“I read it in five hours. It would have been four except I had to stop to take a cold shower. If you're into high heat queer romance, this one's for you.”
A Masc for Purim
“I devoured this book. The writing is absolutely gorgeous, and the more delicate subjects were approached with the care and respect they deserve.”
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Bring Me Home
“This was my first lesbian romance. I want more of it, especially if it's written by this author who expressed consent in the sexiest ways.”
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A child of multiple diasporas, Roz (they/them) has always been obsessed with the idea of home being how you love another person. Their books focus on that idea while showcasing characters of many intersections of identities—plus a little humor, a heavy pour of steam, and a dash of angst.
They are a physically/progressively disabled, white, trans person with ADHD and have more interests than time in the day. You can find them spoiling their three terrible cat-beasts; connecting to their Jewish culture through moon-worship, plantcraft, and cooking traditions; and making weird art when they're not writing or stewarding a native pollinator garden with their beshert.