Who are you?


You can call me Hux, or Lizzie. Either is fine.

I’m a queer autistic nonbinary person masquerading as a responsible adult. I’m very aware of what I don’t know, which is probably a good start. I look really good in hats. I own the loudest dog in the world.

On Little Hux Tales you can find lots of book reviews – do note I only talk about books I like on here. That’s not to say that there aren’t books that I dislike, there are of course. I just would rather give airspace to those I do and avoid potentially keeping someone from a book they love just because I didn’t. I also share roundups on common themes (which I also regularly do as threads on Twitter) and my two curated lists of books featuring/about autism that I’ve loved, and a list of my favourite queer YA, which I plan to expand to wider genres.

Here you’ll also find some blogs about being autistic and the occasional confessional.

I’m writing my first novel, the first in a young adult trilogy inspired by Welsh mythology and medieval history, while trying to keep the ideas for the second, third and fourth at bay.

I also am Publicity and Editorial Director at 3 of Cups Press, an independent press launched in 2017 to champion minority voices and address the imbalances of diversity in the publishing industry.

You can usually find me in a bookshop in London or on twitter, sometimes even both at once.


3 thoughts on “Who are you?”

  1. HuxTales, your blog is currently included on our Actually Autistic Blogs List (anautismobserver.wordpress.com). Please click on the “How do you want your blog listed?” link at the top of that site to personalize your blog’s description.
    Thank you.
    Judy (An Autism Observer)

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