Articles Posted in the " lgbt books " Category


  • Bow at the Feet of the “Angel Mage” – Review

    It has been over a hundred years since Ystara fell and Liliath, the angel mage, disappeared. Now, she has returned, looking not a day over the age of 19 and still able to wield the power of angels without suffering the consequences the way others do. She is ready to manipulate everyone to her purposes […]


  • Get in the Halloween Spirit with “Pumpkinheads”

    In a huge departure from the last book I read, another book to get you in the mood for Halloween is Pumpkinheads by Rainbow Rowell and Faith Erin Hicks. Grab your pumpkin spice and caramel apples and hop in the hay wagon with me as we go on a journey of growing up and seizing the […]





  • Do Yourself a Favor and Read “There Will Come a Darkness”

    Occasionally a book will come along that absolutely knocks me off my feet – a book that makes me want to shove my copy in everyone’s faces and go, “Have you read this? You should, IT’S AMAZING.” Currently, that book for me is There Will Come a Darkness by Katy Rose Pool. -Read our before […]


  • Fans of ATLA Will Love “The Rise of Kyoshi”

    I got into Avatar: The Last Airbender late but I absolutely loved it, and diving back into the world is a no-brainer for me. The Rise of Kyoshi, a YA novel about the origins of Avatar Kyoshi, is a wild ride from start to finish, and fans of ATLA will want to check it out. […]


  • Pride Reads Roundup

    Last month, inspired by a BookCon panel and aiming to diversify my reading list a bit, I pledged to only read books featuring LGBTQ+ protagonists. Armed with my trusty stack of books, a few ebooks I bought on sale and never got the chance to read, and a bunch of recommendations from Twitter, I began […]


  • Pride Reads: “Zenobia July” by Lisa Bunker

    When I asked for recommendations to diversify my Pride Reads selections, Zenobia July was a title that came up multiple times. A middle grade novel with a trans protagonist, Zenobia July is a charming, honest examination of gender identity – with a mystery subplot to boot. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole […]