City of Dusk is Tara Sims first venture into Adult Fantasy.
Tag: mental health
Destigmatizing Conversations Around Mental Health | Guest Post by Jacque Aye
On occasion I get some very interesting review requests in my inbox. I can't review everything and sometimes I don't match with the kind of book. But regardless there are sometimes books that I still want to support in a different ways. Which is the case with The Magical Girls Guide to Life by Jacque … Continue reading Destigmatizing Conversations Around Mental Health | Guest Post by Jacque Aye
Ever After | ARC Review
Thank you to Lerner Publishing Group for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. This does not change my opinion in anyway. Book: Ever After by Olivia Vieweg Release Date: September 1st 2020 Tags: Graphic Novel | Sci-Fi | Zombies | The Undead | Germany | Mental Health | Depression | Anxiety Trigger/Content … Continue reading Ever After | ARC Review
Challenger Deep | Book Review
Challenger Deep is a heavy, but important book about schizophrenia.
Failure to Communicate / #scifimonth // Book Review
Book: Failure to Communicate (Xandri Corelel 1) by Kaia Sønderby Release Date: February 14th 2017 Tags: Adult / Science-Fiction / Aliens / Space Ships / First Contact / Neurodivergence / Genetic Manipulation / Disability / Autism / Autistic MC / Mental Health / Anxiety / Bipolar Disorder Trigger Warnings: Ableism / Anxiety Attacks on the … Continue reading Failure to Communicate / #scifimonth // Book Review
Coral Made Me Write a Personal Book Review
Coral is not a little mermaid retelling with a bit of mental health. Coral is all about Mental Health.
Girls of Storm and Shadow / Book 2 of Girls of Paper and Fire // Book Review
Girls of Storm and Shadow doesn't hit quite as hard as the first book but does still give you quite a punch.
Beneath the Citadel // Book Review
Beneath the Citadel is a great young adult fantasy standalone!
A (Small) List of Trigger Warnings You Can Use
Trigger warnings in books is a much talked topic in the bookish world and most often on Twitter. I personally find trigger warnings very important. But many others have already said everything about it that I have wanted to so below I will link you to their posts so you can check those out to … Continue reading A (Small) List of Trigger Warnings You Can Use
Sorcery of Thorns // Book Review
Magical grimoires, great libraries, fighting books, demons, sorcery. Sorcery of Thorns sounded right up my alley.