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The Treehouse

by Mya Alexice

"The Treehouse" is earnest, sweet, and charming as it works through the struggles of its shining lead character. Randi Triant’s insightful character-focused novel "The Treehouse" finds an intertwined cast dealing with relationships,... Read More

Book Review

Honeybee

by Matt Sutherland

With gut truths and gin-clear imagery, Trista Mateer reminds us of all those places left unexplored by language. The wonders and especially the heartbreaks of love occupy much of her attention, and also best demonstrate her uncanny... Read More

Book Review

The Weekend Bucket List

by Kristine Morris

On the cusp of their high school graduation, Cooper and Cady are about to discover a lot more than they’d planned when a guy who’s too hot for his own good joins them on their adventures. Cooper and Cady have been best friends all... Read More

Book Review

SELF-ish

by Karen Rigby

"SELF-ish" is Chloe Schwenke’s memoir, following her journey from a male upbringing to life as a woman. From reflections on identity to the reactions of coworkers, family, and friends, this candid account walks an exhilarating,... Read More

Book Review

The Art of Gay Cooking

by Rachel Jagareski

In his deliciously witty "The Art of Gay Cooking", Daniel Isengart serves up a memoir with recipes from his youth in France and Germany and from his extensive travels with his husband, artist Filip Noterdaeme. The book is a contemporary... Read More

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