"Lesbian Hands Are a Thing" for National Coming Out Day, which was October 11th. It's called "Out and Proud vs. Hiding in Plain Sight: The Evolution of YA Book Covers." If you remembered the original lesbian hands post, I argued that we need more covers that are out and proud. In the new post, I examine the pros and cons of that argument, and how book covers today attract and deflect queer teen readers.
I also have a 100 Must-Read list of Historical YA Novels and a separate list for YA Historical Fantasy Novels. Because they both deserve their own lists, and because there are SO MANY GREAT BOOKS.
October is my most favorite month of the year, so I curated a (non-horror!) reading list, and it's not too late to start reading!
And here are the top 5 Fictional Libraries I'd Love to Visit IRL.
If you're a YA super fan, see if you can match these taglines to their YA novels in the quiz I wrote! Good luck, and may the odds be ever in your favor!
And finally, do you #bujo? If yes, then I have some cool bookish bullet journal ideas for you!
Thanks for reading and following along!