Looking for LGBTQ+ Book blogs? Here are 12 insanely good lgbtq book blogs you should definitely check out
Over the past few years, I’ve become obsessed with book blogs and book influencers on Instagram. It’s very easy to spend hours scrolling and adding books to your tbr list. So this is a round-up of who I consider to be the best LGBTQ+ book blogs to follow ( plus get my free LGBTQ+ printable bookmarks).
This post is all about lgbtq+ book blogs to follow
LGBTQ+ Book Bloggers You Need to Follow
I’ve got so many incredible book recommendations from this blog. And I’m obsessed with the new releases category at the moment.
They’ve made me super excited for s new book releases in 2021. You should check out this release list of books with non-cis protagonists.
The Lesbrary is a book blog about bi and lesbian books. The sheer amount of books they’ve reviewed on this blog blows my mind!
I love to browse their recommendations list. They’ve reviewed lesbian books in just about every category imaginable.
The Black lesbian Library collective has a fantastic book blog. It focuses on reviewing books with BIPOC and wlw relationships.
The Black Lesbian Literary Collective also have a book club, writing workshops and a podcast.
I especially love this reading list.
Bisexual books have reviewed a jaw-dropping amount of bisexual books!
They review books from multiple genres and all from the bisexual perspective.
Bisexual awareness is incredibly important. And I love to find good bisexual representation in books.
I love lesbians. And I like to find books with lesbians. This blog focuses on does what it says on the tin. It reviews lesbians with/by lesbians.
Sheena runs the blog. In the about me, she states that her reason for starting the blog was because she got sick of reading bad lesbian fiction. And honestly…same”.
I especially love her section on fan fiction reviews.
Trans books reviews does exactly what you would imagine. They review books about transgender and non-binary characters.
I love the book reviews. I find this blog to be extremely user friendly and satisfying to navigate.
The boy who cried books is run by Joseph Rey. A queer Chicano from Los Angeles.
There are soo many incredible books reviewed on their site. And I find it to be incredibly aesthetically pleasing.
Rey also has a youtube channel sharing book reviews and recommendations.
The tagline says this is the home for black lesbian fiction.
The blog features author interviews and book reviews.
If you’re looking for lesbian romance reviews you should definitely check this blog out. There are many many fantastic reviews here.
You’re bound to find something ( or many things) you want to read
I knew I would love this blog the minute I read the tagline ‘I’m here, I’m queer. What the hell do I read’. That is genius.
I’ve got so many recommendations from this blog. And the sheer amount of books mentioned in epic.
I particularly like the section with gay teen recommendations.
Casey the Canadian lesbrarian
Casey the Canadian lesbrarian is a queer Canadian book blog.
It’s written by a bisexual librarian from Canada who loves queer feminist fiction. They post book reviews and book recommendations.
I also especially love their resources page which has lots of super useful queer Canadian links.
Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian
Queering up your shelf one read at a time. Why do all of these blogs have genius taglines!!
LGBTQ Reads is a site dedicated to promoting curated LGBTQIAP+ literature.
The website is divided into different book genres at the top which makes it very easy to navigate and find recommendations for a specific genre you love.
I constantly find myself browsing the Young adult section. And love the page of recommendations by trope.
Little Miss Star is one of my favourite bookstagrammers. She reads mostly LGBTQ+ Books. And she also hosts her own photo challenge.
In fact, some of my favourite books were her recommendations. She has an excellent bookstagram and a blog.