Day 2 of #PrideLibrary20. Today's post is dedicated to some of the upcoming LGBTQ+ books that are coming out over the next few months. However before reading this post, please make yourself aware of ways you can help Black Lives Matter by clicking on this link and reading about how you can sign petitions, donate… Continue reading Five reasons to pre-order..
Day one of #PrideLibrary20 As June is Pride month I will only be reading LGBTQ+ books with a variety of representation, most by diverse and/or own voices authors this month. June could last ninety days and I still wouldn't have enough time to read all the queer books I'd like to immerse myself in! But… Continue reading June’s LGBTQ+ TBR
★★★★ Full Disclosure by Camryn Garrett Simone Garcia-Hampton is starting over at a new school, and this time things will be different. She's making real friends, making a name for herself as student director of Rent, and making a play for Miles, the guy who makes her melt every time he walks into a room.… Continue reading Full Disclosure Review
★★★★ Havenfall by Sara Holland Hidden deep in the mountains of Colorado lies the Inn at Havenfall, a sanctuary that connects ancient worlds—each with its own magic. For generations, the inn has protected all who seek refuge within its walls, and any who disrupt the peace can never return. For Maddie Morrow, summers at the… Continue reading Havenfall Review
★★★★★ Read with Pride by Lucy Powrie Read with Pride is the sequel to The Paper and Hearts Society by Lucy Powrie, this review might contain spoilers for the first novel in the series. Read my review of The Paper and Hearts Society. Cover image of Read with Pride by Lucy Powrie. Olivia Santos is… Continue reading Read with Pride Review
★★★★★ Camp by L. C. Rosen Sixteen-year-old Randy Kapplehoff loves spending the summer at Camp Outland, a camp for queer teens. It's where he met his best friends. It's where he takes to the stage in the big musical. And it's where he fell for Hudson Aaronson-Lim - who's only into straight-acting guys and barely… Continue reading Camp Review
★★★★★ The Henna Wars by Adiba Jaigirdar When Nishat comes out to her parents, they say she can be anyone she wants—as long as she isn’t herself. Because Muslim girls aren’t lesbians. Nishat doesn’t want to hide who she is, but she also doesn’t want to lose her relationship with her family. And her life… Continue reading The Henna Wars Review