Haha, I feel like I am writing a joke by saying I am announcing the September Bookclub Hexlibris but nope, I really am announcing the September book. *the joke is how quickly this year has gone. stop it.* It was a last minute change of decision after seeing an own voices supernatural dystopian end of […]Read more "Bookclub Hexlibris September"
Hey bookclubbers, here we are at the end of July. I was so happy to see a higher participation with Akata Witch. Other months have been quieter but still really fun. With the better known book for July’s pick there were more folks than usual. Bookclub HexLibris is totally hokey pokey, it’s fine to jump […]Read more "July wrap up, Akata Witch discussion."
Wow, I can not believe how quickly this year is passing by. I am now a few weeks into the second half of my second year of my Bachelors’. It is far too busy in my opinion. I am not sure how I will keep up but obviously I some how will. I had a […]Read more "Bookclub Hexlibris in August"
Ida was the novel for Bookclub Hexlibris in June. As you guys know June was international Pride month so I chose a book by a nonbinary author to give peeps the opportunity to explore aspects of the LGBTQIAP+ community that often get overlooked in the media, or silenced. My review is a few blog posts […]Read more "Interview with Alison Evans, the author of Ida."
Hey hexy readers. I generally aim to inform what book we will be reading next month in the middle of the month so everyone has time to prepare. June has been really busy and I only remembered this week that I hadn’t let people know. In July we are jumping in Akata Witch by Nnedi […]Read more "Bookclub Hexlibris in July."
Ida by nonbinary author Alison Evans was the June book for Bookclub Hexlibris. I really wanted to feature a nonbinary author during Pride Month to better represent the queer gender I identify as, along with showing there is more to the acronym than LGBT. The extent of ‘the rainbow’ or the community often gets forgotten […]Read more "Ida, book review and discussion."
Witcheskin was the May book for Bookclub Hexlibris. The debut novel by trans author Nem Rowan dealt with identifying sexuality from a trans man perspective, family structures and family themes in relation to being transgender, and exploration of identities. Witcheskin is a thrilling mystery within the urban fantasy genre, and is set in modern Wales. […]Read more "Interview with Nem Rowan, books to come and the future of Witcheskin."