Why hello there February! Now for those not in the know, in the UK, February is LGBT history month and all over the country there are a host of events going on to celebrate LGBT people across history and also presents an opportunity for us to come together. A few years ago, I made a… Continue reading LGBT recommendations for LGBT history month
I still haven't found the bookmark that used to make this feature fun. Sad times. Anyway. I was sent an ARC of David Levithan and Nina LaCour's new collaboration recently, You Know Me So Well, a fun, LGBTQA+ romp around Pride Week in San Fransisco and during one emotionally charged moment of the story,… Continue reading #LoveThisQuote – You Know Me So Well
You Know Me Well - Nina LaCour and David Levithan Have I ever mentioned that David Levithan is one of my favourite authors? Probably. Even though I was bitterly disappointed by the last few books of his I can't remove him from my list of favourites. I mean, this is the guy who contributed to… Continue reading You Know Me Well
Oranges are not the only fruit - Jeanette Winterson You know when there are super famous books that you know you should read because reading is your thing, but you still never actually get around to it? That is an ongoing problem with me that I am hoping to tackle this year! I have already… Continue reading Oranges are not the only fruit
How Many Letters are in Goodbye - Yvonne Cassidy Dudes. Seriously, this was an emotional one, not in the sense that it made me sad, but in the sense that it had A LOT going on. Though it wasn't the best written book I've ever come across, the sheer amount of issues raised and the… Continue reading How many letters are in goodbye?
The Art of Being Normal - Lisa Williamson I want to review this because its good and I want more people to read books like this and for more books like this to be published, but I am a bit nervous about reviewing it because as a (hopefully not so ignorant) cis person (I am… Continue reading The Art of Being Normal
When We Were - Alexandra Diaz I hate getting a book to review and then not getting along with said book. I don't like giving bad reviews and I hate criticising people's work, I know how much time and energy goes into writing a story, but I read this in exchange for an honest review,… Continue reading When We Were