Inbetween the Queer Spaces — Book Review: Ramona Blue

I won’t lie, reading Ramona Blue by Julie Murphy took me a while. It sat on my Kindle app with only the first few chapters read for a lot longer than I am willing to admit. The story initially failed to grab my attention, and I had to struggle through the first quarter-or-so of the book.

If that’s the case, then why am I writing an entire review on it? Well, after the…

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