Pride Flag Book Tag

Ever since I found this book tag that was created by Common Spence in 2018 for me, it has become a blog tradition to do this tag every pride month. Sadly, as I said last year, Spencer isn’t released new content, and I miss it.

❤Red (Life)

A book with a spirited protagonist totally proud of who they are. Someone who gives you LIFE!

I think my answer to this one has to be Hunter from Kiss & Tell by Adib Khorram.

It really touched me that Jam’s first word was girl when she was misgendered.

The story of Spencer will win my heart any day.

Samantha Rain takes her puppy to puppy school; however, there is a catch the school is full of magic.

Lola had a hard time coming to terms with her sexual orientation, but by the end, she somehow did.

I think A History of My Brief Body by Billy-Ray Belcourt is the closest book that is LGBT+ and deals with religion that I read this year.

Tagging:

I never know how to tag, so if you liked this one and want to try it, consider yourself tagged by me.

Ales

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