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Guest post by Julia’s Bookcase // 8 of my favourite F/F YA books

Today I’m incredibly excited to be sharing a guest post from Julia at Julia’s Bookcase about her favourite sapphic YA books. Make sure to check out Julia’s blog, as she posts wonderful content! I always try to read diversely, but lately I realised that I’ve read far fewer YA books about two girls falling in… Continue reading Guest post by Julia’s Bookcase // 8 of my favourite F/F YA books

LGBTQIA · TBRs and Wrap ups

June 2020 wrap up // Pride month and LGBTQ+ month readathon

Please continue supporting the Black Lives Matter movement. The Black Lives Matter cardd is constantly being updated with new information, petitions, and resources. In June, I read nine books, which was slightly less than I was hoping for, but an amount I’m pretty happy with. Three of the nine were for my LGBTQ+ month readathon TBR, but… Continue reading June 2020 wrap up // Pride month and LGBTQ+ month readathon

Book Features · LGBTQIA

30+ book bloggers and readers share their favourite LGBTQIAP+ books and anticipated releases for Pride Month

Before I begin this post, I want to share a link to the Black Lives Matter cardd, which has lots of links to petitions, useful information, and organisations accepting donations in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. Please listen to what Black people are saying, sign petitions, educate yourselves, and talk with your friends and… Continue reading 30+ book bloggers and readers share their favourite LGBTQIAP+ books and anticipated releases for Pride Month

LGBTQIA · Readathons · TBRs and Wrap ups

June 2020 TBR // Pride Month books and LGBTQ Month readathon

Before I talk about the books I’m hoping to read in June, I want to share the link to the Black Lives Matter cardd, which has many links to petitions you can sign, useful information, and organisations accepting donations in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. Please make sure you’re continuously uplifting Black people’s voices… Continue reading June 2020 TBR // Pride Month books and LGBTQ Month readathon

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Upcoming LGBTQIAP+ readathons // 12 pride month readathons you can join in June

June is one of my favourite months of the year because it’s Pride month. I love reading as many LGBTQIAP+ books as I can during pride, and this year, I noticed that we’re being blessed with lots of pride month readathons. So, I thought I’d share as many of them as I can in this… Continue reading Upcoming LGBTQIAP+ readathons // 12 pride month readathons you can join in June

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Pride Month Liveshow Series Announcement

If you follow me on Twitter you’ll know that I’ve been dropping hints about a few ~secret projects~ that I have in the works. And today I’m finally get to announce one of them! I’m thrilled to share that I’m hosting a series of pride-themed liveshows on my YouTube channel throughout June, to celebrate pride… Continue reading Pride Month Liveshow Series Announcement

Book Features · LGBTQIA

Graphic novels that stole my heart in 2019

Following my best and worst books of 2019 posts, I wanted to spotlight some graphic novels that I ADORED last year. Heartstopper Volume 2 This series has my heart. Honestly, it’s so S O F T, sweet and gently queer, that I make heart eyes every time I read it. The exploration of sexuality and… Continue reading Graphic novels that stole my heart in 2019

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Bi Visibility Day // Bi characters in YA we should all stan

September 23rd marks Bi Visibility Day, a day when bi folk suddenly cast off our invisibility cloaks and parade around in pink, purple, and blue flags. No, but seriously, Bi Visibility Day exists to raise awareness of and celebrate all types of bisexuality. Far too often, bi people are questioned and harassed for their sexuality.… Continue reading Bi Visibility Day // Bi characters in YA we should all stan

Book Features · LGBTQIA

What do queer readers want to see in LGBTQIA+ books?

There’s been a lot of discussion in the book community recently about diversifying LGBTQIA+ representation and including more own voices rep. For pride month, I wanted to delve deeper into this, and look at what queer readers themselves want to see more of in LGBTQIA+ books. I asked a group of fantastic bloggers, bookstagrammers, and… Continue reading What do queer readers want to see in LGBTQIA+ books?