Complex and honest, Anger is a Gift reminds oppressed people that they have every right to the feeling they are often demonised for: Rage. Anger is a Gift packs so much into its pages. We follow Moss as he is still healing from losing his father to police violence while police brutality is becoming more common in his own school. He’s had enough, he’s hurting and angry and he’s ready to fight back.
It's crazy to think that before 2018 I hadn't really read any sapphic books!
And now I can't get enough of them! I want all the girls falling in love with other girls I can get my hands on!
Bless 2018 me who unconsciously chose a whole TBR basically dedicated to girls and then she just got gayer from there.
I have never been someone that's good at keeping up with new releases.
I usually like to wait things out, watch for reviews to come in and then make a decision because I hate being disappointed.
I'm probably still going to wait for reviews on these books to come out before I pick them up but I wanted to make a list of ones I might be interested so I can at least put them on my unreleased shelf so they can stay on my radar and not be lost forever.
Bad Romance pulled me into the riptide of memory, drowning and dumped me out at the end, still gasping for breath.
Bad Romance is the story of Grace’s journey from one abusive situation to another and how she got the fuck out.
I swear June is my peak book adding month.
I'm always searching for the gayest books I can find during that month and it shows!
Sometimes the books turn out to be amazing and sometimes they're only selling point was that it was gay and there's nothing wrong with that but boy am I glad that we are finally getting to a point where I can expect more from a book that represents me. Being gay is no longer the only important feature of a book with queer rep!