We love a sex-positve bisexual YA novel, don’t we?
I won’t reveal who kisses who, but there was some real SWOONING throughout. Loved some cinnamon roll moments, ya know?
Queer girls, a movie set, a haunted school and a dual timeline? Sign me up,
Sure, this book wasn’t revolutionary. It didn’t blow my mind or really change me, but it was interesting, and I hope to see more of the Buttigieg’s in the future.
I finally got around to reading a book I was given by a Secret Santa…at least 2 years ago.
I’m going to be frank here. JVN is my least favorite Queer Eye guy.
It’s queer, it’s got magic, and I was pretty sold right away.
LGBTQ week of my diversity in youth literature course forced me to read a book I’d heard a lot about but had never gotten around to, Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe.
During LGBTQ week of my Diversity in Youth Literature course, I picked by Gracefully Grayson by Ami Polonsky
Sapphic witches in modern day Salem with a mystery twist? Take my money
Boarding schools and royalty? Sign me up
On April 8th, the beginning of National Library Week, the American Library Association released their list of the top eleven banned books in 2018.