#SixforSunday is hosted by A Little But A Lot, and each week, there’s a different prompt, and you list six books that fit the prompt. The theme for June is celebrating all the pride!
This week, my #SixforSunday post is about LGBT books on my TBR. The official prompt for this week is dream LGBT ships, but I couldn’t think of anything for it, so I decided to talk about my TBR instead. Recently, there’s been a ton of new LGBT books that sound fantastic, and I keep on clicking add to TBR. I don’t know when I’m going to get to these books because my Net Galley queue is out of control right now, but I’m hoping to get to most of them before the end of the year.
Felix Ever After by Kacen Callender: This book features a revenge plot that turns into a quasi-love triangle, which sounds like something I need in my life. It also says that this book is about recognizing the love that you deserve, which is something that I like seeing in books. I like stories where the main character realizes that they’re worth a lot, and they become more confident by the end of the story. I’m also excited to read this book because I’ve heard a lot of great things about Kacen Callender, and I’ve seen a lot of great reviews for it.
You Should See Me in a Crown by Leah Johnson: Of all of the books on this list, this is the one I’m most excited for. The main character of this book sounds like a total badass, and I’m already rooting for her. I can also already tell that this book is going to make me feel good and that the ending is going to bring me an insane amount of joy.
Conventionally Yours by Annabeth Albert: This book is on my TBR because it features the “there’s only one bed” and the enemies-to-lovers trope, which are some of the greatest romance tropes ever. This book also features a convention, and even though I’ve never been to a con before, I love reading about them, because they sound magical.
Stay Gold by Tobly McSmith: As soon as I saw the title of this book, it jumped onto my TBR because I loved The Outsiders when I read it in Elementary School. The cover of this book is gorgeous, and the plot of this book sounds like it’s right up my alley. I’m also looking forward to reading this book because its own voices, and I’m trying to do better at diversifying my reading habits.
The Gravity of Us by Phil Stamper: This book is on my TBR because it involves NASA, and I think space is pretty cool. I’m also looking forward to it because it sounds like the plot involves a giant secret that starts to unravel, and when plots like that are done well, I think they’re fantastic. This book also features a romance element, and as you know, I love a good love story.
Autoboyography by Christina Lauren: This is the only book on this list that isn’t a relatively recent release. A friend of mine gave this book to me for Christmas last year, and sadly, I haven’t started it yet. I’ve heard great things about this book, and I like Christina Lauren, so I’m looking forward to reading this one.