Today’s post is our, slightly delayed, book of the month announcement! This time, we’ve chosen Me, My Dad and the End of the Rainbow, a children’s-slash-middle-grade book about a kid who just wants to make his dad happy, so he sets off to Pride in order to do that. If you want a book that will make you feel happy and full of love, this is the book for you.
You can also check out my (Charlotte’s) review of it here!
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If you want something a little more light-hearted to read this or next month, perhaps some middle grade lit, perhaps featuring a trans mc, then look no further than our December book of the month! And to make it even better, the book featured here is a sequel, so you can get on the first book right away, just in time for the next one in January. And you can support a self-published author.
It’s wins all round.
Continue reading “Book of the Month: Wolf Moon: The Invasion of the Dolls”
If you haven’t heard about this book on twitter, or elsewhere, in the past few months…well let’s just say now is your chance to change that. If you like folktale retellings made gay, then this is the book for you. And it’s out in less than a month!
So read on to find out more about this book!
Continue reading “Book of the Month: A Curse of Roses”
It’s been a little while since we featured a sapphic book on our book of the month feature, but this month’s is just that! I (Charlotte) have read this book and adored it, so I can’t recommend highly enough that you preorder it. (You can also read some of the other works by this author in the meantime, which are also not straight so…)
But anyway, read on to find out more about this book!
Continue reading “Book of the Month: The Liar’s Guide to the Night Sky”
After going slightly rogue last month and picking three books of the month, for September we’re back to usual, with just a single book. We had no trouble looking through our releases list and choosing this one because, in all honesty, it’s one we’re incredibly excited for.
But anyway, read on to find out more!
Continue reading “Book of the Month: The Magic Fish”
This month’s feature is a little different, in that, both me and Anna looked at our releases list, and couldn’t decide which book to pick, since there were three books we thought, hey we’ve not seen that talked about very much. And we definitely hadn’t seen them being talked about as being gay.
Hence why this post contains not one but three books.
Continue reading “Book(s) of the Month: Legendborn, Master of Poisons, and Every Body Looking”
It’s a new month, which means a new book of the month! As ever, there were so many potential books to choose from, so, if you want to see what we sadly couldn’t choose, keep an eye out for our August releases post later in the month.
That said, here is what we did choose. And hopefully it’s introducing you to a whole new book!
Continue reading “Book of the Month: Spellbound: A Graphic Memoir”
It’s time for our book of the month feature again, and this month that book is a collection of mythological short stories! First though, a disclaimer. This is shelved on the big rainforest-named site we do not mentioned as bisexual and gay/lesbian, and that information comes direct from publishers’ metadata. So it’s probably correct.
Only there are no reviews of the book to confirm or deny this. So if we’re wrong here, please pretend you didn’t see.
But it sounds an amazing book nonetheless, and one we can’t wait to read come August!
Continue reading “Book of the Month: Love in Colour”
Our newest feature is back today! Last month we highlighted Clap When You Land as our book of the month (it’s out tomorrow but there’s still time to preorder!). This month, we’ve selected a June release to bring to your attention.
So, if you like wuxia fantasy and found families, look no further!
Continue reading “Book of the Month: The Order of the Pure Moon Reflected in Water”
Big news this month, as we’ve decided to scrap the book club (which, really, was just a series of failed buddy reads), and replace it with something new. A Book of the Month feature!
This, honestly, is in part because of how uncertain everything is right now. We want to use this middling-size platform we have to highlight some upcoming (or backlist at times) books that have, perhaps, gone under the radar (or, simply, people don’t realise are gay).
So, here’s how it’ll go. Each month we’ll post here and on twitter with information about the book, and order links. And hopefully raise your awareness of another amazing book!
Continue reading “Book of the Month: Clap When You Land”