Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly blog event hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. And this week’s topic is a freebie! So of course I’m going to use this opportunity to use all the exclamation marks and tell you all about the LGBTQA books I’m dying to read. Hope you enjoy. 🙂
1. Ship It by Britta Lundin.
I actually just got an ARC of this book so that’s super exciting! Anyway, it’s all about fandoms and it sounds like the main character is either a lesbian or bisexual. Either way I can’t wait to read it!
2. Reign of the Fallen by Sarah Glenn Marsh.
I actually also have an ARC of this book too! I’m so behind on my NetGalley reads, someone please tell me to stop getting books from the library. Anyway, yes this book is fantasy and has a bisexual main character. Two of my favorites things.
3. Leah on the Offbeat.
It feels like I’ve been waiting for this book for ages now, but the wait is almost over! The expected publish date is April 24th! I told you I was going to overuse exclamation marks in this post, and I’m not even sorry. 😉
4. Let’s Talk About Love by Claire Kann.
I keep hearing so much about this book and it’s making me so jealous of people who’ve already read it. The main character is Asexual and the story sounds fantastic.
5. What If It’s Us by Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera.
The cover for this book was just revealed not that long ago and y’all it’s so cute! I really can’t wait to read this book.
6. The Apocalypse of Elena Mendoza by Shaun David Hutchinson.
This book sounds like a wild ride, so I’m both excited and hesitant to read it. But it does also have a lesbian main character, so that will be fun to read!
A friend just told me about this comic and it looks super cute and adorable, and exactly like the kind of fluff I want to read.
8. King Geordi the Great by Gene Gant.
I actually just found out about this book while googling for LGBTQA books (because that was easier than looking through my TBR lol) and it sounds really good. It’s not often you can find a book about a black gay character.
9. The Brightsiders by Jen Wilde.
I don’t know if this story will exactly be my thing, but it has LGBTQA characters and it has an awesome cover, which is enough to put it on my TBR.
10. The Summer of Jordi Perez by Amy Spalding.
Another book I just found out about, gay girls, food and fashion was enough to make me very interested in reading it.
Tell me all the things! Have you read any of this books on this list? Are there any other LGBTQA books I should know about? I’m noticing that I don’t have any trans books on the list, please let me know if there are any coming out soon! Also don’t forget to leave a comment with a link to your Top Ten Tuesday post.