My LGBT TBR List

Posted April 5, 2014 by Brin in LGBT Month / 6 Comments

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I have a tendency to buy an abundance of books which takes me forever to get round to. My shelves (both literal and metaphorical) are groaning with the weight of all of my (as yet) unread books. This s where LGBT Month steps in. I am looking forward to getting my teeth sunk into some of my LGBT books, and what better excuse to whittle down some of my TBR pile and have some fun at the same time!

Here are the books I intend to read this month:

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What books are you going to read for this event?

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Brin

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6 responses to “My LGBT TBR List

  1. Nice selection! I started The miseducation of Cameron Post yesterday. I’ve had it for a while now but kept putting it off, and LGBT month is giving me the perfect excuse to read it, review and spread the word because it seems to be one of the lesser known LGBT books. I also have Luna, but not sure I’ll get to that in April, because I’m reading Keeping you a secret by Julie Ann Peters first. I also picked Shine by Lauren Myracle and Out of the pocket by Bill Konigsberg. I’ve heard amazing things about Ask the passengers too, but I don’t have a copy yet. Looking forward to whatever books you’ll review. 🙂

    • Thanks! Cameron Post looks like a great book – will be looking forward to reading your thoughts on it! I was torn between Luna and Keeping You a Secret but finally decided on Luna after a ton of deliberation. 😉

      Shine is a really good read – I read it last year and really enjoyed it. Hope you enjoy it too!!

  2. Ask the Passengers and Cameron Post are on my list too! I’m reading Adaptation right now as well and loving it so far. Pink and Luna have also captures my attention. Those covers are just gorgeous! Hope you enjoy these all Brin!

    • They both look really good – I’m hoping to get started on them soon! Adaptation seems to be getting a lot of rave reviews – I am happy to hear that its good. Pink and Luna look really great too.

      I have to admit I am a sucker for a pretty cover! lol.

      Thanks – hope you enjoy all the books on your list. Aristotle and Dante is amazing. I only read it for the first time just over a month ago and it has become ony of my favourites – such a beautiful story! I’m looking forward to seeing what you think of it. 🙂

  3. I plan on listening to Luna over the month on my way to work! I look forward to seeing what you think of it 🙂 I love Julie Anne Peter’s work a lot! 🙂

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