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IDAHOBIT+ Book Recommendations!
Hello Beautiful Hooman! Happy IDAHOBIT+ Day to my beautiful queer family! Today is Monday the 17th of May a.k.a the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Interphobia and Transphobia! On this day we celebrate and show our love and appreciation for our queer members of society and do our best to eradicate the systematic hate within our society. In this post, I recommend six (6) books that have queer protagonists. All of which have stuck with me in one way or […]Continue Reading
The Mermaid, The Witch & The Sea by Maggie Tokuda-Hall | Spoiler Free Book Review
Hai Beautiful! My new favourite read of 2020!! If you are looking for a queer novel about scary pirates, a runaway princess, rebellion against the government, a powerful entity and beautiful mermaids; then this is the novel for you! Goodreads Summary A desperate orphan turned pirate and a rebellious imperial daughter find a connection on the high seas in a world divided by colonialism and threaded with magic. Aboard the pirate ship Dove, Flora the girl takes on the identity of Florian […]Continue Reading
Loveless by Alice Oseman | Spoiler Free Book Review
Hai Beautiful! I love Alice Oseman’s writing! I’ve been following Alice Oseman on Instagram and Twitter for years and as soon as I heard about Loveless, especially that it centres around an aro-ace protagonist, I knew I had to pick it up. I’ve never read a book about an aro-ace character and I have been so conditioned to expect a romance in just about every novel I pick up, it’s refreshing to know that this one will have a different […]Continue Reading
June TBR, but give me bisexual main characters!
Hai Beautiful! Fu*k, it’s already June! Another half a year almost gone and for once in my life, I’m not surprised. I think quarantine has gone to my head and convinced me that time has moved quicker because I pulled my diary out and realised I hadn’t actually been locked inside that long. TWO BOOK TBR! This month, I want to honour Pride but also catch up with some series that I’ve been putting off. Both of these series […]Continue Reading
All The Invisible Things by Orlagh Collins | Spoiler-Free Book Reveiw
Hai Beautiful! This book is queer and I’M HERE FOR IT! So I actually read the blurb for this novel but it was for a video so I didn’t go in completely blind, but I didn’t know anything else about it. Blurb: Vetty’s family is moving back to London, and all she can think about is seeing Pez again. They were inseparable when they were small – roaming the city in the long summers, sharing everything. But everyone’s telling her […]Continue Reading
SWORD IN THE STARS by Amy Rose Capetta & Cory McCarthy | Spoiler-Free Book Review
Hai Beautiful! The stunning sequel to my favourite book of all-time! Aghfkdgildh!!! I don’t know what to say. The equal that I have waited almost an entire year for has finally reached me and it is the best thing to ever have been created. I may say things like this occasionally about some books but this one. This one is the best in every single way it can be, but most importantly, it retold a classic story the right way and ended […]Continue Reading
Kindred edited by Michael Earp | Non-Spoiler Book Review
Heyo Bookaholics! Celebrating Pride Month with a perfect collection of Queer Stories! Going into a novel with queer characters that more often than not is a romance story, or has a romance weaved in between the fantasy elements; I find that the romance is usually a fluffy, self-discovery kind of jam. Hardly is the character’s sexuality not the entire plot of the novel. So, going into Kindred, I am not embarrassed to admit (and I was put off by the […]Continue Reading
Rainbow Pride Month TBR Challenge!
Heyo Bookaholics! Happy Pride Month to everyone in the queer community! Where I am not part of the queer community, I do love rainbows, seeing people happy and being themselves, and most of all, I love my friends! That’s why this month, I have gotten on board with The YA Room‘s Rainbow TBR Challenge. For this challenge, you are to choose the books on your TBR based on the colours of the rainbow, and all the novels MUST have queer […]Continue Reading