Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly blog event hosted by The Broke and Bookish.
Today I’m going to a mixture of my favorite LGBTQA+ characters, and some characters that I desperately want to read about. Hope you all enjoy!
1. Of course on this list has to be Monty from The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue. It’s so hard to find books with bisexual males, but you guys this book is fucking amazing. Funny, well written, fantastic!
2. This list would be dismal without at least one mentioning of Saga by Brian K. Vaughan. The last few issues have been focusing more closely on the trans character Petrichor, and she’s quickly becoming one of my favorites. She’s smart, badass and super sarcastic.
3. This book didn’t have a have a huge LGBTQA+ plot, it was more subplot, but I still loved it. It’s about grief and moving on and friendships, and it’s really well written.
4. Weird Girl and What’s His Face was not only a great book about figuring out your attractions, but also was a great book for X-File lovers. 😀
5. I wrote a review of this book earlier this year, you can check it out here. Despite not liking some of the religious themes, I still recommend this book and did enjoy reading it a lot.
6. This is a book I have not read yet, but I’d really like to! It has a bisexual main character so what more could I want? 😉
7. This book has an asexual main character! Plus also I’m a huge fan of Tolstoy.
8. If I Was Your Girl is a book I’ve been wanting to read for ages, but haven’t been able to get my hands on it yet. The main character is trans, and it sounds like a really well written story.
9. I enjoyed Adam’s first book, so when I heard he was publishing a second one I immediately put it on my list!
10. And last but not least, I’ve been dying to read the to read The Inexplicable Logic of My Life. I’ve enjoyed Saenz’s first book and I think this one will be just as great!
So there you go! That’s my list, let me know if you’ve read any of these books and enjoyed them. Also be sure to leave a link to your TTT and I’ll stop by your blog! 🙂