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  • Sweet and steamy

    An adorably delightful comfort read with some self-exploration and continuing to learn who they are even though they're in their thirties and forties. I loved it and it made me feel fuzzy and warm inside.

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  • Adorable!

    An adorable novella about karaoke crushes finally acting on their attraction. It perfectly captures a sense of late-night magic!

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  • wow wow wow

    I loved this so much! Having two smart and funny yet insecure people find each other is totally my catnip. I laughed out loud and maybe cried a little. A quick read and a delightful one.

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  • Cute

    Well this queer novella was super cute and delightful! Sam and Lily were really sweet together and I liked watching them go from crushes to one night stand to more. And the way Lily supports and encourages Sam was just the best. I do have to be honest, I don't really like karaoke but the way Anita Kelly writes about it makes me see the appeal. I loved the safe and welcoming environment of Moonies and the connection everyone feels through music. A big theme of SING ANYWAY is finding acceptance in yourself and believing that you can be loved just as you are. This is explored so well throughout the book and the non-binary rep and fat rep were written with such care. A short, sweet read with steam and a lot of heart. I'm looking forward to reading more by this debut author.

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