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.
So, May was a little bit slow on the reading and blogging front for both of us. We both were in some serious reading slumps and therefore a bit of a writing slump. It also gave us some time to take a step back from all the reading and blogging we’ve been doing and see where we want the blog to go. Read on for our wrap-up and blog update!
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!
Another month, another wrap up! We read a lot of different books, Lots of books were read, blogs were written, and overall it was a pretty good month!
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.
Hey, we got an award! Check out our answers to Ashmita @ The Fictional Journal’s original The Aesthete Blogger Award!
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.
Hey, we got tagged! Check out our answers to 5 questions courtesy of Georgia @ Lost in Neverland!
It’s a truth universally acknowledged that a bookworm despises the movie or television tie-in versions of a book. Or, at least, that’s the impression. However, I am here today to shout of some books that actually didn’t do that bad.
Another month, another wrap up! We read a lot of different books, Amber discovered a new favourite author and cried a lot, and Samantha fought her way out of a reading slump using cheesy romance books.