June is one of the most colorful months of every year. Not only because of spring and the blooming of the flowers and the buzzing of the bees, but also for the rainbows that this rain, at least in my country, are bringing up at the mountain's side. These apparitions seem like a reminder that… Continue reading 6 books to start the Pride Fanfare!
Hello book royalists! I am so happy to have read this book! I have so many good feelings and some others not that good. I thought at the beginning that maybe this was the new "BrokeBack Mountain" but actually, it is not... at all like that. This is a more permissive and open kind of… Continue reading Call Me by Your Name – André Aciman – “We belonged to each other, but had lived so far apart that we belonged to others now.”
young adult, coming of age, gay love, pride month, LGBTQI+, diverse books, LGBTQI books, greek book, greek characters, Chicago, family issues, family trauma books Tech Summary: Read from December 20, 2018, to December 27, 2018. Hello book royalists! I don't know if you know this book or this author, but this was quite good and… Continue reading Angelo Surmelis, The Dangerous Art of Blending In ― “Here’s the deal about never being authentically loved by your parents: The most fucked-up gesture or morsel of compassion is like a warm blanket.”
young adult, coming of age, gay love, pride month, LGBTQI+, diverse books, LGBTQI books, Armenian book, Armenian characters, new york, new jersey Tech Summary: Read from December 10, 2018, to December 13, 2018. Hello, book royalties! I am like in an LGBTQI+ row and that honestly makes me super happy! Okay, so I devour this… Continue reading Michael Barakiva, One Man Guy ― “Because you were being a salty bitch”
I am in the same kind of state of ecstasy that I got in when reading “Aristotle and Dante discover the Secrets of the Universe.” If you loved that book that much to the point of almost going crazy, you will love this book like you love to lay down on a Sunday afternoon under… Continue reading “I think the heart of every living thing on Earth is beating in my body”― Jandy Nelson, I’ll Give You the Sun
John Corey Whaley, reviews, book reviews, book recommendations, best books of John Corey Whaley, favorite books. Hello book royalists! I have come today with a super important topic... "Which is your favorite book by John Corey Whaley?" Now, some background... Mr. Whaley has written 3 books so far, and I wish he will publish more.… Continue reading Which is your favorite book by John Corey Whaley?
Pride, LGBTQI, Love, Achilles, Sweet dreams, Greek Mythology, Literary Fiction, book that makes you cry Tech Summary: Read from June 22, 2018, to June 29, 2018. Miller broke my heart in a thousand pieces with a 10 year old master piece of queer literature... She literally takes you from the sweetest dreams to the salties… Continue reading How Madeline broke my heart! ““Go” She says. “He waits for you.”” ― Madeline Miller, The Song of Achilles
Pride, LGBTQI, Love, Netgalley, ebook Tech Summary: Read from June 18, 2018, to June 19, 2018. Hello, my book royalist! Quick story time! I had forgotten that I had signed up for Netgalley after 2 not so pleasant experiences and because I can only "wish" for books which I find annoying -_-. So after a… Continue reading Would you love to live a beautiful cliche? “Every single cliche he can possibly think of; that is what he feels when he kisses Blue” ― Danni Maxwell, A World in Blue
pride, pride month, lgbtqi, love, diversity, stonewall pride, stonewall books. Hello, lovely royals! Here I come again to celebrate Pride!! I believe we told that this kingdom with two kings is pro-diversity and we love all people ❤ This parade is going to be a little bit different! Mainly because the ones marching and saluting… Continue reading Pride Parade! #2
pride, pride month, lgbtqi, love, diversity, stonewall pride, stonewall books. Hello, lovely royals! Here I come to celebrate Pride!! I believe we told that this kingdom with two kings is pro-diversity and we love all people ❤ This parade is going to be a little bit different! Mainly because the ones marching and saluting are… Continue reading Pride Parade! #1