Between that Stressful Event at work I kept talking about & then me getting sick right after it, I didn’t have that much time or energy to read in June. Still, I managed 11 books, so I’d say it’s not so bad. What do you think?
I failed my initial plan of only reading lgbt books in June… But that only happened because a few of the poetry books I’ve ordered from other libraries finally came and I only had a few days to read them before my local library had to send them back.
(And let’s…. let’s not talk about how many books from my Pride reading list I’ve read…)
Continue reading “Monthly wrap-up: June 2018”
So that’s a pretty long title, but the post will be quick, because I’m sick and need a nap. Yes, I managed to get sick in June, in the middle of summer! I blame it on all the stress of last week and the running around on Friday doing errands for work till 10pm…
Anyway, this week I have for you books (and graphic novels!) with the best trope imaginable, with the one we all love the most, with the one that’s better than all the others… Yes, hate to love!! It’s gonna be awkward if you’re not as obsessed with it as I apparently am…
And since it’s Pride, once again all my recs today are LGBT!!
Continue reading “So you’re in the mood for lgbt books with hate to love trope”
This Stressful Event I’ve been talking about a lot – the reason why I haven’t had time to read & comment on your posts lately, sorry! – is this Friday, so very soon I should finally have time and energy to read again!
I managed two stories with trans MCs this week and both of them were ownvoices, so that’s nice. I’m definitely not reading as many books with trans characters, as I’d like, though… If you have any recs, please hmu!!!
Continue reading “Diverse reads & to be reads of the week #16”
Like I said before, this month I’m only talking about LGBT books!! So of course it’s natural I put together a reading list of some kind, specifically for the occasion. I have no doubt in my mind that I won’t read all those books this month. I’ll be lucky if I read like half! But it’s important to set goals for yourself, right? And anyway, the idea is that in June I will read books only from this list! We’ll see how that goes…
There’s also a little bit of everything on here, to keep things interesting. We have poetry, we have nonfiction, we have young adult contemporaries, fantasy, science-fiction, we have adult fiction… I tried to put some diversity here as well, so it’s not all just books by white American authors about m/m ships.
Some other points about the list before we actually start it:
- all the books listed here have lgbt leads
- all the books are written by lgbt authors
- (though they’re not always ownvoices for the specific rep)
- I haven’t read any of those books myself yet
- the books are in no particular order
Okay, I think we can do this now.
Continue reading “What do read during the Pride month”
The things about book recs is that they’re the easiest to give, when someone tells you what exactly are they in the mood for. You probably won’t get all the books right for them, but it’s still gonna be easier than just throwing random titles at them.
And that’s what this series is about. I choose a theme (or you give me one, hopefully) & give you five books that fit it in some ways. As you can already tell, today’s theme is: retellings!!
Continue reading “So you’re in the mood for retellings”