Maybe the following queer magical books can help you escape reality for a little while.
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 was so excited for Fated but somehow I managed to surpress the knowledge that this means the end of the Temper saga. I couldn’t ignore that knowledge anymore while actually reading it though. I didn’t want it to end and even though Fated is over 600 pages long it still feels too short.
There are many books I would have loved to discover sooner, a few I maybe should have read later – or not all.
Inspiration isn’t just waiting around the corner. It didn’t wait around the corner with this week’s prompt as well, but I managed to cross over in full blown embarrassment.
I really don’t know how I am supposed to write a coherent review of Vindicta when I’m still flailing, fangirling, and squealing over it three months after having it read.
Since we’re all staying home as much as possible anyway, what better way to spend my time than to reread my favourite books? And if you don’t know these books now is your chance to spend some quality time with queer quarantine reading.
Deciding on which books to choose for my favourites shelf was hard but I’ve managed.
Every once in a while you come across a book that sounds kinda interesting but you don’t know if you should really read it.
Lila Mina manages to not just capture me the way she did with the first book I fear she will never let me go again.