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.