Tag: Pride Month 2021
Pride Month is once again over but that doesn’t mean we stop reading and promoting queer books. In this house we read and promote queer science fiction and fantasy all year long. And July is another epic month for queer SFF releases, including my most anticipated sequel to one of my absolute favorite books. July is all about the series, we have multiple new ones starting, highly anticipated sequels and one series is coming to an end this month.
This year’s Pride Month is slowly coming to an end and what better way to wrap it all up than featuring some of my favorite queer books!? Find out wish of the many queer adult SFF releases of 2021 made it onto my Top Ten list.
When it comes to picking books to read, to be honest I mainly focus on “it’s gotta be queer”, and disability and BIPOC rep are secondary. To read books by and about BIPOC people is still important to me though, and while I have a huge range of queer books by and about queer Asians, […]
I’m a HUGE fan of found family, a group of people just deeply caring about each other, (mostly) no romance, just very I’ll-die-for-you close friendships. While found families will always be my number one favorite kind of relationship of all the possible ones, I also very much love sibling dynamics. One is very much related […]
Summary Imprisoned by her dictator brother, Malini spends her days in isolation in the Hirana: an ancient temple that was once the source of the powerful, magical deathless waters — but is now little more than a decaying ruin. Priya is a maidservant, one among several who make the treacherous journey to the top of […]
You know the type: strong (headed/willed), capable female characters who get shit done, but are kind of assholes about it, or are they? Men often like to call them “Mary Sue” and “unlikeable”, I like to call them “bitch queens”. It’s no secret that while we have a massive amount of male characters of the same kind who are loved by everyone, the number of characters of other genders is still way too small and where they do appear, they get hated on by too many people. Misogyny is still going strong.