June is Pride Month and I wanted to put together a list of some of my favourite books with LGBTQ+ representation. And when I say favourite, I mean 5 of these books are in my top 10 favourite books of all time. Here are 10 books with amazing LGBTQ+ representation that need to be on your TBR now.
Here’s a list of some of the most anticipated reads for you this July to add to your ever growing TBR list!
Someone asked me the other day for book recommendations that would ruin their week. So, I figured I’d come on here and share those recommendations with you as well. Here are 6 of my favourites. Bring tissues!
Here’s a list of some of the most anticipated reads for you this June to add to your ever growing TBR list!
The Five was everything I thought it would be and more. If you’re a fan of true crime, historical non-fiction, and stories told through the lens of women this book is for you. It was hard to put down, descriptive, highly researched, and had an emotional pull to it that had you wishing you didn’t know the tragic end to Polly, Annie, Elizabeth, Catherine, and Mary-Jane’s life.
I read The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo a week ago and I still can’t stop thinking about it. I can’t get Evelyn, and Celia, and Harry and the beautiful world that Reid created out of my brain. My heart is also still recovering from the heartbreaking beauty that was this book. I bawled my eyes out at the end of this book, in public, around people…I’m fine.
Who doesn’t love a good adaptation? I mean I know I do, when it’s good that is. Sometimes adaptations can go very very wrong (*cough*Eragon*cough*) and sometimes they can be better than the books (Netflix’s Bridgerton is way better). So, here are 5 books/series I think would make great TV/Movie adaptations.
I know, the title of this blog may seem blasphemous, but hear me out. As readers, we’re loyal to the source material and no movie or TV show could ever adapt our favourite books the way they deserve. I myself am a strong believer that the book is always better, but in some rare cases I think we can argue that the movie/TV show was ACTUALLY better.
Here’s a list of some of the most anticipated reads for you this May to add to your ever growing TBR list!
The City We Became has to be one of the most unique concepts I have read in years. It had insane worldbuilding, developed characters, diversity and representation everywhere you looked, and a writing style that was impossible not to lose oneself in.