Articles Posted in the " lgbt books " Category

  • Tillie Walden on Her Process, Coming Out, and Yuri on Ice

    Unless you’ve just stumbled across The Geekiary, you’ll know that we love ourselves a little Yuri on Ice. That’s why, when I read over the list of ARCs that would be available at this year’s BookExpo America, I paused on the description of Spinning by Tillie Walden, a graphic memoir about ice skating with a queer narrative. When […]


  • Book Review: “The Pearl Thief”

    I’ve been meaning to make a recommendation post for Elizabeth Wein’s Code Name Verity, a gripping tale of a young British spy who is captured during World War II and her friendship with a pilot, but I obviously never got around to it. Nevertheless, even though The Pearl Thief is a prequel, it fully stands on its […]



  • Robin Talley Talks Representation, Communication, and Speaking Out

    Robin Talley is a New York Times best-selling young adult author who writes specifically about LGBTQ+ women, so she’s exactly the kind of author we at The Geekiary like to talk about! - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.



  • Living Right with Author Laila Ibrahim

    Today we have author Laila Ibrahim with us. Check out our interview where she talks about her inspirations as a writer, shares valuable advice, and lets us know what she’s working on next. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.



  • LGBTQ+ Book Recommendations

    Happy Pride! June is Pride Month, and so some of us here at The Geekiary have compiled a list of recommendations for books with LGBTQ+ main characters or storylines. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • The Art of Being Normal Proves There Is No Such Thing

    Some people would give anything to be considered “normal”, but in The Art of Being Normal, the lesson is that there really is no such thing. Since he was little, David has only ever really wanted one thing: to be a girl. He keeps this a secret from everyone except his two best friends, quietly gathering […]


  • Book Review: “This Is Where It Ends” by Marieke Nijkamp

    Trigger warning: Mentions and slight discussion of rape. Everyone has a reason to fear the boy with the gun. The students of Opportunity High School in Opportunity, Alabama, had no reason to think that today would be different than any other day. Then the auditorium doors didn’t open after their start-of-school assembly. Told from four […]