2023 starts with me setting my (queer) reading and blogging goals since I don’t set goals for the nonqueer stuff. Yet?
Somehow a very fitting follow-up to my Quit Book Blogging post, this week is all about DNF-ing queer books. Which is a thing I do quite often as my blog shows.
This week’s prompt is a Freebie and when I’ve set up my Let’s Talk Bookish Page in my Book Blogging BuJo, I made a note saying “Quit Book Blogging”.
Finding queer books in German bookstores proves to be near impossible.
For this week’s Top Ten Tuesday Freebie, I’m recommending queer YA books I wish were part of my school’s curriculum.
Let’s talk bookisch about reviewing books. I handle ARCs differently and I love my DNF-reviews.
Book Blogger Hop made me reflect on my relationship to different reading genres and how those affect my book blogging.
This week’s Let’s Talk Bookish topic takes me down memory lane. My relationship to reading ebooks has really changed without me noticing at the time.
Today is Suicide Prevention Day and I strongly believe books may be helpful to deal with one’s own mental health as well as educate you about living with different mental illnesses. Sometimes it’s important that you’re not alone. Sometimes it helps if someone’s living a similar life and they get their happy end.
I know queer has been used as a slur – and still is used as a slur by some. So why do I feel comfortable using it for myself?