Friday Favorites: Books with Disability Rep

By: Cait Marie Happy Friday! In honor of Disability Book Week starting tomorrow (April 23), I wanted to share some of my favorite books with disabled characters. The problem is, there aren't that many, so I included chronic illnesses and mental health as well. As someone with a physical disability, it's sad to say hardly... Continue Reading →

Top Ten Tuesday: 2022 TBR

By: Manuela Soares Happy Tuesday all, and welcome back to Functionally Fictional! This week I decided to list 10 of the books that I plan on reading at some point this year. This is kind of a Top Ten Tuesday and a 2022 TBR wrapped into one. Top Ten Tuesday, for those who aren't familiar,... Continue Reading →

Leah’s Review of “Escaping From Houdini” by Kerri Maniscalco

Escaping From Houdini Author: Kerri ManiscalcoGenre: YA Historical FictionPublication Date: September 18, 2018Publisher: Jimmy Patterson PresentsSeries: Stalking Jack the Ripper #3 CONTENT WARNING: blood, murder, gore, prejudice ★★★★★ Originally posted on Leah's Books. Plot summary “Beware of midnight bargains… if you’re not careful, you might lose your life, your very soul, to this magical traveling... Continue Reading →

Timeless Beginnings

Author: Amber DaultonGet your copy here! Leonora Harris fled her newly-wedded husband’s home in Georgian England, 1725, and took shelter in a cave during a rainstorm. She woke up in a cold, barren land and a handsome stranger with a mechanical carriage offered her shelter. Undercover American operative Rodger Ramsey never expected to find a... Continue Reading →

WWW Wednesday: September 30, 2020

By: Destiny Constantin Happy Wednesday, Functionally Fictional readers! Can you believe it's fall? I hope you were able to enjoy some of the warm summer weather despite the challenges happening around the world. I hope you are doing well and enjoying some time with your family. I have been baking cookies and writing quite a... Continue Reading →

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