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Because I am always looking for more books to request, thought I would ask here and see if I could manage to avoid some bad ones.
And here are a few of my favorites:
Almost Like Being in Love--From the Description:
A high school jock and nerd fall in love senior year, only to part after an amazing summer of discovery to attend their respective colleges. They keep in touch at first, but then slowly drift apart.
This book is told in a series of e-mails and letters. Truely a unique format that made it fun to read. Borrowed it from a friend to read, then ran out and bought myself a copy straight away/
Actor's Guide to Murder--Synopsis from jacket:
This was a very fun and hilarious book. There are three books in the series. I was hoping there would be more, but doesn't look like it (yes, I e-mailed the author to see if there were, but he is working on parts to another series)
Anything by Brent Hartinger--A YA author who I love a lot. His gltbq books are Geography Club, Order of the poison oak (sequel), Grand and Humble, and Split Screen. (And he writes cute dedications to his partner in each one)
I know there are more I have enjoyed, but these ones are the main picks for me. Now, what about you all? :)
Amy, what is glbtq?
I just finished Sue Grafton's "T" is for Trespass. Very good story.
I am also reading The Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon. I am reading The Fiery Cross by Gabaldon. The 5th book in the series.
Oh, it stands for Gay, Lesbian, Bi, Transexual, and Questioning
I have one of Diana Gabaldon's books lying around here. Been meaning to read, but my stack of growing library books take top importance (joys of working at the library hehe)
I'm reading a book right now..."Tell No One" by Harlan Coben, the book is a real thriller and I'm really enjoying it. The principal character's sister is in a long standing lesbian relationship with a high profile super model. She and her partner have a son.