Happy Pride, Ya’ll!

June is LGBTQA Pride Month! Love who you love without fear. The picture says it all, family! Be safe out there in these streets. Love you, all! Much love especially to: (Reasons)               Photo Credit: Sharon McCutcheon @Sharon McCutcheon Unsplash.com

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Hue’s Reviews: The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo

It’s not often that I read a book, expecting one thing based on its blurb, and foreclosing on an entirely different experience. Yet, when such an occurrence sits on my doorstep, I sing its praises until my voice no longer roars. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo stole my voice and I’m happy for the […]

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Hue’s Reviews: Juliet Takes a Breath

19 year-old Juliet Palante left the Bronx to venture through hipster Portland, Oregon to discover herself via an internship with her favorite author, Harlowe Brisbane, a feminist writer, a celesbian (portmanteau of celebrity and lesbian), and authority on women’s bodies. Prior to leaving, she came out to her family, deepening the rocky terrain she’ll cobble […]

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Hue’s Reviews: One of Us is Lying

The Breakfast Club meets Murder Club meets Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys. But, what we get is a lumpy bowl of cereal meeting cliche after cliche wrapped in post-John Hughes. If you’re going to evoke the aforementioned, make your work saucy. McManus offered a good setup, we meet five kids preparing to sit in […]

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Hue’s Reviews: The Upside of Unrequited

Sugar, Spice, and Everything Nice. While normally not my book taste, I found with welcoming arms in The Upside of Unrequited. I might need dental work after reading this tale, but I’m not complaining. Every teenager knows rejection once or twice during their adolescence. However, Molly Peskin-Suso cannot stomach – in her mind – the […]

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