3 LGBT+ Books I Read and 3 Books I Want to Read

It’s finally June! The sun is shining (well, not in the UK, but I’m assuming it must be somewhere), days are getting longer and longer, but most importantly… it’s Pride Month! Happy Pride to everyone in the LGBT+ community, and thank you for your support to all the allies out there. And what better way…

#GraphicNovelApril

It’s almost the end of April, the weather in the UK is awful only like half of the time, and I decided anyway that it’s spring time so I’m wearing spring clothes, regardless the outside temperature. So you know what that means…

The Miseducation of Cameron Post, by Emily Danforth

Oh boy. Ooooooh boy. Where to start. Well then, let’s start by saying I didn’t think I’d like this book so much. Which is saying something, because I started reading it with fairly high expectations. Make no mistake, I was not expecting this book to completely change the way I see the world or to…

“Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit” by Jeanette Winterson

“Some folks say I’m a fool, but there’s more to this world than meets the eye.” I waited quietly. “There’s this world,” she banged the wall graphically, “and then there’s this world,” she thumped her chest. “If you want to make sense of either, you have to take notice of both.”