This tag was originally created by the wonderful Naz @ Read Diverse Books, who also kindly tagged me!
Here is Naz’s description of the tag:
The Diverse Books Tag is a bit like a scavenger hunt. I will task you to find a book that fits a specific criteria and you will have to show us a book you have read or want to read. If you can’t think of a book that fits the specific category, then I encourage you to go look for one. A quick Google search will provide you with many books that will fit the bill. (Also, Goodreads lists are your friends.) Find one you are genuinely interested in reading and move on to the next category.
Let’s get started!
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The Secret History is a fantastic, dark, mysterious novel about a group of brilliant college students who do crazy stuff in the name of their classics professor. It’s messed up and weird, and it’s also my favourite book of all time – so here are 5 reasons why you should definitely read it.
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Today I’m reviewing the first book in Rick Riordan’s new Greek mythology series, The Trials of Apollo. And holy shit, this book was great.
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Welcome to Queer Movie Friday, a series of posts where I review LGBT+ themed movies on a Friday. For my first post in this series I’m reviewing the 2010 movie You should meet my son!.
Director: Keith Hartman
Genre: Comedy, family
Average rating: 6.7/10
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I have a little announcement! I came up with a new idea for a series of posts, and I’m calling it Queer Movie Friday. Basically, every Friday I review an LGBT+ themed movie here on my blog.
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Orphan Black is an amazing TV show about Sarah Manning, a woman who finds out that there are other women out there who look just like her – they are all clones, and someone is trying to kill them. Today I will be sharing 5 reasons why you should definitely watch this fantastic show.
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I reached 100 followers recently (I’m currently at 123) and I wanted to do something special to thank you guys. I didn’t wanna make a whole post just to say that I reached that number (that seemed a bit pointless), so when I came up with this tag I thought it would be the perfect way to thank everyone!
We all have our problematic faves – characters who do bad stuff but who we love and support no matter what, because we see something good in them, something special. That’s what this tag is about.
I also want to add that I did a bit of searching and I think no one has done a tag like this before, because I didn’t find anything, but if you know of a similar tag that already exists, please tell me – I have no intention of stealing anyone’s idea!
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