Kosoko Jackson’s debut novel is one that mixes sci-fi and romance, so what more would you like? The novel follows Andre, a teenager who has finally received the long awaited liver transplant that will keep him alive. Now his life can truly begin, but in unexpected ways, that is for sure. Andre suddenly finds himself… Continua a leggere “Yesterday Is History” by Kosoko Jackson
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Are you looking for a new movie recommendation that satisfies you lil queer heart? “Breaking Fast” is the perfect choice for you. This 2020 romantic comedy starring Haaz Sleiman as Mo and Michael Cassidy ( from the short film DARE) as Mo’s love interest Kal. Mo is a Muslim doctor who is very religious, but… Continua a leggere Film: “Breaking Fast”
It's a new month everyone! Can you even believe that we are already four months into 2021? Unsurprisingly, today I bring to you the newest queer releases of this month, which is exciting as hell! But don't forget to check out my Instagram account dedicated to this blog: litforqueers 🙂 "The Sky Blues" by Robbie… Continua a leggere April Queer Releases!
Hello everyone! Today I bring to you a tag that I found here on WordPress, but it was created by A Daily Rhythm and revived by Taking on a World of Words. I thought it'd be fun to compare reading choices, so feel free to leave your answers in the comments!The Tag consists in answering… Continua a leggere #WWWWEDNESDAY
Does Julian Winters ever disappoint? Every single one of his novels is the quintessential teenage experience, that leaves you all warm and fuzzy inside, longing for love. “The Summer of Everything” is Winters’ third novel, and I have already talked about his debut “Running with Lions” and his sophomore book “How To Be Remy Cameron”.… Continua a leggere “The Summer of Everything” by Julian Winters
I am well aware I just said it for "The Prophets" but man, this debut novel is one of a kind. If you were uncertain about picking it up, this is your sign from the universe to just go for it. "Honey Girl" centres around Grace Porter, just Porter to her military dad, who has… Continua a leggere “Honey Girl” by Morgan Rogers
Hello everyone! We are doing something a little different today, which is exciting! I have created a few questions for a tag that everyone who is queer can use, to share their interests and the love they have for books. I hope you like the idea. This is me in front of my university campus… Continua a leggere #QUEERTAG
I put off reviewing this novel because, I admit it, it hurt like hell thinking about it. I have no shame in saying to all of you fellow readers that I've cried more with this novel than I have in the past couple years combined. So yeah, this is your warning to grab your tissues… Continua a leggere “Anger is a gift” by Mark Oshiro
Hello everyone! Today, I bring to you a short novel I am sure plenty of you have no idea existed. Do not fret my fellow readers, for which I will tell you all about it. Raya is a young lesbian girl who has been abandoned by her mother and raised, begrudgingly by her grandmother. She… Continua a leggere “Orpheus Girl” by Brynne Rebele-Henry
Recommending this limited series is probably a crime against your persona, given how much you will cry watching it. It’s a sin, the most recent production by Russel T. Davies, who gave us Queer as Folk UK, Torchwood, Years and Years, is nothing short of a stab to the heart. The story takes us back… Continua a leggere Tv series: “It’s a Sin”