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  • 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. Please do not copy our content in […]


  • Pride Reads: “Let’s Talk About Love” by Claire Kann

    When I realized that my list of books for Pride Reads was a little lopsided in favor of one part of the community, I took to Twitter asking for recs. Let’s Talk About Love, featuring a black biromantic asexual protagonist, was recommended multiple times, so I immediately bought it for my Kindle and started reading. […]


  • Pride Reads: “Been Here All Along” by Sandy Hall

    Continuing my quest to read only queer books this month, here is Been Here All Along by Sandy Hall, a quick and easy read about a boy who falls in love with his next-door neighbor and best friend. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • Pride Reads: “Queens of Geek” by Jen Wilde

    A fun and fluffy romance, Queens of Geek by Jen Wilde has enough pop culture references to set your nerdy heart ablaze. With my goal to only read LGBTQ+ books this month and San Diego Comic-Con just a month away, it seemed like an appropriate time to read this book. Read our before commenting. Please do […]


  • Pride Reads: “Carmilla” by Kim Turrisi

    What Pride Month would be complete without the original lesbian vampire story? The Carmilla book is based on the web series, which is itself based on the 1872 gothic novel of the same name. Fans of the web series can absolutely skip this book, but anyone who is relatively new the story (like me) may find […]




  • Pride Reads: “We Contain Multitudes” by Sarah Henstra

    Inspired by a queer romance panel at BookCon and in honor of Pride Month, I’ve resolved to only read LGBTQ+ books during the month of June and write up a post for each book that I read. First on my list is We Contain Multitudes by Sarah Henstra. Read our before commenting. Please do not […]