So let’s see what kind of pride posts & books we’ve had this month –
- Pink queer books
- Orange queer books
- Yellow queer books
- Green queer books
- Blue queer books
- Purple queer books
- Authors of colour
- Trans & nonbinary characters
- M/M romance – review of Heartstopper by Alice Oseman
- F/F romance – review of These Witches Don’t Burn by Isabel Sterling
- Bisexual protagonists
- Asexual Protagonists
- Queer Authors I’ve Discovered This Month
Yay! Considering how hella busy June has been for me, I’m really happy with the amount of posts I made. I mean – I finished my last exams and packed everything for moving at the same time. That I started out the month writing a lot of posts saved me.
I also made a bi-weekly update talking briefly about how I came out as bisexual to mom as the first in my family this month, which I’m really proud that I went throught with. I didn’t feel relieved as much as I felt that the life I live now and the one I want to have is one step closer together, which is comforting. As for right now I’m visiting extended family and that’s always — sigh. Let’s not go there.
The Cybernetic Tea Shop by Meredith Katz: read & review coming, five out of five stars!
The Love & Lies of Rukhsana Ali by Sabina Khan: still to be read, but I’ve finally gotten it in the mail at least.
Running With Lions by Julian Winters: read & review coming, I loved how different it is from what I normally would pick up with its sports. four out of five stars!
When the Moon Was Ours by Anna-Marie McLemore: currently reading, I’m 15% in and it’s promising.
Karamo Brown’s Memoir: still not read, I started it and then realized I wasn’t in the headspace of anything too heavy emotionally, so I’m going to save it for a time I am
The Lady’s Guide to Petticoats and Piracy by Mackenzi Lee: still to be read, it’s probably going to be a while before I get around to it tbh
These Witches Don’t Burn by Isabel Sterling: read & reviewed, 3.5 out of five stars
Other queer books I’ve read
Heartstopper vol. 1 (and then the rest online): five out of five stars. review.
Fence vol. 1-3 by C. S. Pacat: three, three and two stars out of five.
Wild Beauty by Anna Marie McLemore: DNF’ed at 70%
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