Submitted Date 06/29/2022

Wondering what books I'll have posts for in the future?

I mean, you're probably not, but you're here anyway, so here!: take this list of books I intend to review.


Take Me To Your Nerdy Leader by Hailey Gonzales

A self-published coming-of-age novel with a nerdy, asexual teenager determined to be herself and make some friends at her new high school, no matter how terrifying the idea is.

I Wish You All The Best by Mason Deaver

A contemporary novel featuring a non-binary main character thrown out of their home after coming out, forcing them to move in with their estranged older sister and finishing high school up somewhere completely different, where they develop a friendship with a boy... and maybe... something else, too.

Symptoms of Being Human by Jeff Garvin

A coming-of-age novel centered around a gender fluid high schooler and the blog they've started at the guidance of a therapist, a chance to vent when they're not out to anyone else, before an anonymous commenter finds out who they are and threatens to expose them.

Kill the Farm Boy by Delilah S. Dawson and Kevin Hearne

An incredibly modern and humorous take on traditional fairytale tropes, Kill The Farm Boy focuses on a fantastical cast of characters out on their respective quests--before the main quest ends with the assumed Chosen One being... put of commission, and it's up to the other characters to correct the story and complete the quest on their own.

Conventionally Yours by Annabeth Albert

A contemporary, rivals-to-loves romance novel where two boys put aside their differences for a long road trip to a gaming convention that they're both determined to win--it won't be easy, when they're perfectly matched, in more ways than one.

Dreadnought by April Daniels

A young adult novel with a coming-of-age story told in the form of superheroes, with a transgender high schooler suddenly gaining the powers of the world's greatest superhero and finally getting the body she always wanted--but embracing her identity and stepping into her role as a superhero isn't going to be an easy task.

Red, White, & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston

A MLM romance novel centered around the son of the U.S. President and his fake friendship with a British prince before the staged relation turns into very much real feelings.


If there's any books you'd like to recommend, feel free to drop them in the comments, and I'll try and get around to them!

Note: This list is subject to change--books may be either added or deleted.


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