Welcome to my stop on the TBR and Beyond Tours Book Tour for Other Ever Afters: New Queer Fairy Tales by Melanie Gillman. I’ve read one of Melanie’s graphic novels before and loved the artstyle and story telling, so I couldn’t wait to start this one. I was lucky enough to get an interview with Melanie, which you can find after my review. Be sure to also scroll all the way to the bottom to see the tour schedule for other content creators.
Thank you to Melanie Gillman for the interview and Random House Graphic for providing me with an eARC for this review.
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I find myself wanting to make recommendations lists from time to time, but don’t always have a specific post or reason in mind. With that thought in mind, I’d thought from time to time I’d do random recommendations. These recommendations could fit a theme of the month or genre’s I’ve been gravitating towards. This is only my second one, first one was Five Adult RomComs all the way back in February (but I think I have another one coming a lot sooner!).
I’ve read so many amazing LGBTQIA+ books this year already that I wanted to share some. I decided to be super specific this time a pick only 2022 releases! I may have to do a Part 2 near the end of the year the way things are going because I had originally planned only 5 but couldn’t cute enough lol! So without further adieu, let’s get into it!
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Welcome to my stop on the TBR and Beyond Tours Book Tour for Steve L McEvil by Lucas Turnbloom. This looked like such a fun graphic novel, and perfect for this month, since I’m reading almost exclusively middle grades this month. Be sure to check out other content creators taking part in the tour, you can find the list and links at the end of the post.
Thank you to Lucas Turnbloom, Crown Books for Young Readers and Random House for providing me with an ARC for this review.
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