Hey guys! It’s time for another Down the TBR Hole which was created by Lia @Lost In A Story! I am so excited to say that last week I made it under 500 books on my TBR. That is super exciting. I knew getting under 600 would eventually happen but never thought about 500. Now I will try to get under 400! So let’s dive in. Continue reading “Down the TBR Hole #56”
Tag: Cale Dietrich
Top 5 Wednesday: Favorite LGBTQ+ Reads
Okay so I have to admit that I haven’t read too many LGBTQ+ books. I have read a couple but none that have really blown me away. So I decided instead of writing about my favorites, I decided I would write about ones I look forward to reading. All of these are books I’ve recently found out about and how to get my hands on soon.
The Love Interest By Cale Dietrich
Release Date: May 16th 2017
Reason: This book kinda reminds me of the movie This Means War. Those are the vibes I am getting from it. I enjoyed that movie so I have high hopes for this story. I do love that this story is about two guys fighting for the affection of this girl and they end up falling for each other. I can picture this being a fun read. I can’t wait for it to come out.
Of Fire and Stars By Audrey Coulthrust
Reason: I’ve been hearing a lot about this book lately. It’s about how this princess is promised to marry the prince but she ends up falling in love with his sister. I think this is a lovely take on fairy tales. I also really am drawn to the cover. I can’t wait to check this one out.
More Happy Than Not By Adam Silveria
Reason: I’ve heard nothing but amazing things about Adam’s writing. I really would love to read all his books. This is his first book so I thought this would be a great place to start. I am ready to bring on the tears.
The Five Stages of Andrew Brawley by Shaun David Hutchinson
Reason: I’ve heard nothing but great things about Shaun’s books as well. I read Violent Ends and enjoyed it. I really want to check out his other books. I know We Are the Ants is very loved. This is his second most loved book so I really would like to check out both of these books.
Aristotle and Dante Discover Secrets of the World By Benjamin Alire Sáenz
Reason: This is the one book on the list I don’t really know much about. I’ve heard a lot of people mention how they really love this book and the characters. I am extremely curious about it especially since I don’t know much about it.
What are some of your LGBTQ+ books that you liked that you would recommend? I always am open to recommendations.