Hi everyone! This will be my first post in a new series of posts where I will be recommending LGBTQ+ books, today I am focussing on my favourite books featuring bisexual main characters...here are my top 5 picks! 1) You Asked for Perfect by Laura Silverman Genre: YA contemporary Rating: 4 stars Release date: 05/03/19 … Continue reading Recommendations: Books With Bisexual Main Characters
The meme "Six for Sunday" was created by A Little but a Lot weekly prompts can be found here This weeks theme is Favourite LGBT Books! As I predominantly only read diverse books, I had quite a few for this prompt, but I managed to narrow it down! 1) Heartstopper by Alice Oseman (5 stars) … Continue reading Six For Sunday: Favourite LGBTQ+ Books!
Hi everyone! This is part 2 of my 2019 diverse books blog posts, link to post #1 click here. I had such a great response from my previous post, which I am extremely happy about because I am so passionate about everyone being represented, it's so important for a reader to be able to see … Continue reading Hidden Gems: Diverse 2019 Book Releases #2
Thank you, NetGalley and the publisher for the chance to read this novel! Title: Grave Mercy Author: Robin LaFevers Genre: YA, Historical, Fantasy Romance My Rating: 3.5/4 out of 5 stars Trigger/content warnings: Some violence and gore, sexual assault and attempted rape, physical abuse Synopsis from Goodreads: Seventeen-year-old Ismae escapes from the brutality of an arranged marriage into the … Continue reading Book Review: Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers (NetGalley Reads)
Hi everyone! While I am super excited and happy to see so many 2019 book releases that everyone is talking about and creating hype around, I wanted to do something a little different today and talk about 2019 books you might not have heard much about yet. Most of these are diverse in some way; … Continue reading Hidden Gems: Diverse 2019 Book Releases #1
Hi everyone! I am finally back from the weird Christmas/new year hiatus and what a better way to begin the new year than to talk about my bookish goals for 2019! 1) Keep (and stick to) a planner I recently purchased the Owlcrate planner from a lovely lady on a Facebook group, I can't … Continue reading My 2019 Bookish Goals
WARNING: Maybe some minor spoilers ahead (nothing explicitly stated) Basically, this is a post where I talk about, at length, how much of a chicken I really am. 1) They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera For obvious reasons, this will break me, I just know it. But on the other hand, the … Continue reading Books I Think I Will Love But Can’t Bring Myself To Read
Thank you, NetGalley and the publisher for the chance to read this novel! Title: Prince of Air and Darkness Author: M.A Grant Genre: Fantasy, Paranormal Romance Release date: 25th February 2019 My Rating: 4 stars Trigger/content warnings: Violence and gore, sex scenes. Synopsis from Goodreads: Phineas Smith has been cursed with a power no one could control. Roark Lyne … Continue reading Diverse books: ARC Book Review for Prince of Air and Darkness by M.A Grant (NetGalley Reads)
1) More Than This by Patrick Ness Rating: 4 stars Rep: Gay main character Genre: YA, sci-fi Own Voices? Yes 2) Coffee Boy by Austin Chant Rating: 4 stars Genre: NA, Contemporary romance Rep: Trans and Bi main characters Own Voices? Yes Click here to read my review 3) Spectacle Volume 1 by Megan Rose … Continue reading My Favourite LGBTQ+ Reads Of 2018!
Hi everyone, I was in the mood for some poetry recently and my go-to publisher for poetry collections is Andrews McMeel Publishing, who have published some of my absolute favourites! I found both of these on NetGalley as "read now" titles, meaning if you have a NetGalley account, you don't need to request these, they … Continue reading Poetry Book Reviews: Love Looks Pretty on You by Lang Leav & You Are Here by Dawn Lanuza (NetGalley Reads)