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Hi. I’m Korey B.
Korey B is an avid reader and literary critic whose love for the written word is practically all-consuming.
Whether for pleasure, to cope with stress, or simply to pass the time, Korey finds solace in the pages of a good book. Korey’s had the good fortune to encounter some truly exceptional stories and endeavors to share them with a wider audience. If you’re a reader who values inclusivity, diversity, and representation, particularly within the young adult, fantasy, sci-fi, and romance genres, you’ll find much to appreciate in Korey’s musings. Astute analysis and a discerning eye for quality storytelling make Korey a trusted voice in literature and a must-read for any lover of the written word.
Review: If I See You Again Tomorrow
Robbie Couch’s If I See You Again Tomorrow is a heartfelt and relatable story reflecting themes of social isolation and loneliness.
Review: Small Joys
Elvin James Mensah’s Small Joys is a poignant chronicle of friendship, mental illness, and the power of human connection.
Review: Ander & Santi Were Here
Jonny Garza Villa’s Ander & Santi Were Here is a powerful love story that will leave you swooning and thinking about the meaning of home.
Review: Idol Minds
KT Salvo’s Idol Minds rises above the steamy gay romance genre with its complex characters, open communication, and healing narrative.
Review: Hijab Butch Blues
Lamya H’s Hijab Butch Blues is a powerful and life-affirming story of coming-of-age and self-discovery.
Review: Broken Valley
Owen Lach’s Broken Valley is a captivating queer science fiction tale that blends clever world-building, breathless action, and thoughtful, compelling relationships.
Review: Ocean’s Echo
Everina Maxwell’s Ocean’s Echo is an entertaining, high-stakes space opera and heartfelt romance.
Review: The Pledge
Cale Dietrich’s The Pledge is a fun, gay-themed diversion from the typical slasher story
Review: The Sunbearer Trials
The Sunbearer Trials is a rollicking, Mexican-inspired fantasy adventure filled with delightful characters and compelling questions of identity and privilege.
Review: Jack’s on Fire
Jack’s on Fire is a charming, triumphant tale of a queer boy’s journey to find acceptance, community, and love.
Review: Sorry, Bro
Sorry, Bro is a witty, engaging story of love, identity, and balancing the needs of family and community with a desire for true love.
Review: Dreams Bigger Than Heartbreak
Dreams Bigger Than Heartbreak is a dreamy, captivating, queer sci-fi tale about fellowship and acceptance.
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