Big thanks to Sabrina @ Notes From A Paper Plane Nomad for tagging me and apologies for the delay. This tag really shouldn’t have been as hard as it was for but either I don’t have a good memory or I really need to read more LGBTQ+ books to expand my repertoire.
- Thank whoever tagged you and link to their blog post.
- Link to the original creator: The Sassy Library Fox! And please credit The Sassy Library Fox if you use (copy & paste) the artwork/ graphics.
- Match books with the given prompts.
- Tag as many people as you like!
- Post the rules and the list of prompts in your tag post.
There are so many memorable characters in this book but Rosemary is an excellent lesbian lead.
He’s a total disaster magnet but we all love Monty anyway!
Bi-rep is done extremely well in this book, so is the retribution wreaked on a biphobic character.
Valentina is a great character and one that neatly averts the ‘trans-equals-gay’ cliche.
Sometimes, Sebastien feels like a prince and, sometimes, he feels like a princess. What Sebastian is every moment of the day is awesome!
The Wayward Children series is a veritable smorgasbord of LGBT+ rep. We’ve got a lesbian couple, an asexual character, a trans character and the latest instalment is led by an intersex character.
Angelica is such a great friend to Emoni and her scenes with her girlfriend are so cute!
Yep, copying Sabrina again but, in all fairness, Jesper and Wylan are awesome! Speaking of awesome, have you checked out this cool Six of Crows animation by ToastyGlow? It’s ace!
Going to have to delve into my TBR for this one and go with The Henna Wars. I’ve heard a lot of good things about this so I have high hopes for it.
Gay love on tall ships with A Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue vibes and a cover with two cute men looking at each other with utter adoration? Sign me up!
Cheating a little bit because this has already been released but I haven’t read it yet so it counts. I love the author and I love the premise so I’m excited to get my hands on it.
I tag anyone who has read more LGBTQ+ books than me!
I hope to see you again very soon.