#PrideLibrary21: June TBR

Happy Pride Month!

Today is the first day of #PrideLibrary21, and our first prompt is TBR, so I’ll be sharing my reading plans for the month! I’ll mostly be active on my Instagram this month, but I do want to write a few blog posts as well for this challenge. Want to know the prompts? You can check our introduction post!

Reading It Queer

I’m hoping to exclusively read queer books this month, and to help me achieve that, I’m joining Eloise @ Eloise Reads‘s readathon, Reading It Queer, again. The readathon takes place throughout the entire month of June, and the goal is simply to read queer books. There are 9 reading prompts which I’m hoping to complete, mostly by catching up on eARCs. Here’s my TBR for the readathon:

  • Sapphic MC: Britta Lundin – Like Other Girls
  • Achillean MC: Alison Cochrun – The Charm Offensive
  • A Non-Fiction or Memoir: Trans and Autistic – Noah Adams & Bridget Liang
  • Author of Colour: Schuyler Bailar – Obie Is Man Enough
  • A Genre You Don’t Normally Read: Jenn Burke – All Fired Up
  • Published Before 2018: TJ Klune – How to Be a Normal Person
  • A Book With Any Colour From the Pride Flag On It: Justin Myers – The Magnificent Sons
  • Trans or Non-Binary Author: Penny Ames – For the Love of April French
  • A 2021 Release: Isaac Fitzsimons – The Passing Playbook

Physical TBR

I’ve also made a physical TBR of queer books I would like to read this month:

  • Torrey Peters – Detransition, Baby
  • A.M. Strickland – In the Ravenous Dark
  • Maggie Tokuda-Hall – The Mermaid, the Witch, and the Sea
  • Greg Howard – Middle School’s a Drag
  • Courtney C. Stevens – Dress Codes For Small Towns
  • Anna-Marie McLemore – The Mirror Season
  • Miel Moreland – It Goes Like This
  • Jennifer Dugan – Some Girls Do
  • Destiny Soria – Beneath the Citadel
  • Maria Ingrande Mora – Fragile Remedy

What are you hoping to read this month?

One thought on “#PrideLibrary21: June TBR

Add yours

  1. The books you chose sound amazing! Hope you enjoy them. I’m not sure what I want to read, but I’m excited to read One Last Stop!

    Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Website Built with WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: