Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams

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I was lucky enough to attend the Queenie event in Manchester a little while ago, which i absolutely adored, so i knew i wanted to get to Queenie as soon as possible to really maximise my time at the event. I started it just before and read enough to get some really good conversations going at the event. You can read about it HERE.

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The Meaning Of Birds by Jaye Robin Brown

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*The book discussed in this post has been gifted by Harper Teen*

Months ago when this book was announced, admittedly i only checked it out because of the stunning cover it has. It’s absolutely beautiful and once i found out what it was about, it seemed right up my street. I was lucky enough that Harper Teen gifted me some copies for myself and to share out to the bloggers that come to our LGBTQ+ book club!

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The Quiet At The End Of The World by Lauren James

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I really love Lauren’s writing, and i have for a long time, so Quiet was a hugely anticipated book for me in 2019. I wasn’t sure what to expect from the story, because of the masterpiece of The Loneliest Girl In The Universe, however i absolutely loved Quiet.

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How To Make Friends With The Dark by Kathleen Glasgow

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*The book discussed in this post was gifted by Rock The Boat Publishing*

One of my favourite types of YA is hard-hitting, heart-breaking stories that will rip your heart apart, so when i heard about How To Make Friends With The Dark by Kathleen Glasgow, i knew it would be right up my street for all of these buzzwords.

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You by Caroline Kepnes

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I’ve actually had You on my shelf for a good few years now. I picked it up right when i started Uni (i think) as i found it cheap and liked the sound of it. As the years passed, i’d heard more and more mixed reviews that honestly put me off reading it. Then the announcement of the Netflix series came around, and well, i picked it up.

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Jack Of Hearts (And Other Parts) by L.C. Rosen

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Jack Of Hearts (And Other Parts) by L.C. Rosen has been on my TBR for quite some time now. It was first released in the U.S. and took it’s sweet time to be picked up over in the U.K. So admittedly, i was impatient by the time its February release came around.

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All The Invisible Things by Orlagh Collins

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*The book discussed in this post was gifted by the publisher*

I’ve been wanting to pick an Orlagh Collins book up for quite some time, and when i heard about All The Invisible Things, her second novel, this one seemed right up my street. It’s the story of Vetty and her journey in to making new friends, keeping old ones and trying to tell the world who she is. Continue reading