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Alex

Alex is a lifelong reader whose nose has always been buried in a book. His best friends and idols have mostly been characters. He became famous for his love of reading at 10 at the latest, when he sat down and read while his classmates were running around the classroom. He comes from Slovenia, and studies English. After discovering that most of the surroundings have told him lies about romance, he dived right in. He prefers reading queer romances, especially contemporaries, but is known to read in variety of subgenres. Most often found on twitter @alextweetsbooks .

Recent Posts

Review: Playing Around

[fa icon="calendar'] May 8, 2019 9:45:00 AM / by Alex posted in review

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Playing Around by Suzanne Clay is an extremely diverse book. Two main characters are POC, one of their roommates is of Asian descent, and one of the relatively important characters is trans. The college where the story is happening is very liberal, in contrast to the hometown of the main characters, where the population is … all white.

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Review: Reverb, by Anna Zabo

[fa icon="calendar'] May 6, 2019 9:45:00 AM / by Alex posted in review

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This book has a central bodyguard trope, but what is also important is that it has Mish. In the first two books in the series, we’ve gotten to know the rest of the characters quite well, but I was always intrigued by Mish and we just saw her from the perspective of her little chosen family. She's been strong badass rocker who takes no shit. In this book though, we see things from her POV and see how much there is behind the face she wears in public.

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Review: Coffee Boy, by Austin Chant

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 20, 2019 9:45:00 AM / by Alex posted in review

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 To start, this is a short and sweet story, and #ownvoices when it comes to transgender representation as the author himself is trans.

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