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.
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5 Fantasy Books That Need to Be Adapted into TV Shows or Movies
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.
8 Must-Read March 2021 Book Releases
Here’s a list of some of the most anticipated reads for you this March to add to your ever growing TBR list!
6 Most-Anticipated Book to Screen Adaptations of 2021
While 2020 wasn’t the best year for films in general, 2021 is looking up as a good year for film. Honestly, I hope so because I need some new good movies in my life! So, here’s a list of some adaptations to get excited for in 2021!
Our 10 Most Surprising and Disappointing Reads of 2020
We read a lot of books in 2020 (207 to be exact between the two of us). Now, that’s a lot of books, which means we read a lot of good ones, some meh ones, and some we’d be happy to rant about to a listening ear. So, here is a list of 10 of our most surprising and disappointing reads of 2020!
Most-Anticipated 2021 Book Releases to Put on Your TBR
From fantasy to romance, to young adult, thriller, and historical fiction, 2021 is jam packed with amazing new book releases to add to your TBR. To make your life easy, I’ve created a list of 14 of the most-anticipated books of 2021!
End of Year Book Tag 2020
This Blogmas we’ll be giving you all a bunch of insight into our 2020 reading habits, but here’s a quick look at our end of year reading with the End of Year Book Tag!
Book Rant: Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo
I had high expectations for Ninth House as I loved Six of Crows, but it wasn’t what I expected. The characters were one dimensional, the plot was slow, and it lacked the same spark of Bardugo’s Young Adult novels. Read on for more of my thoughts on Ninth House!