Recommending queer books based on BTS biases

I am super excited for today’s post, as I had it written for weeks now! I remembered one day in October that my BTS anniversary was in November, and I wanted to come up with a special post for it. I chose November 13, as that was when I made my BTS Spotify playlist, haha. I knew I wanted to do a recommendation post, but I didn’t exactly know what kind, then I remembered that I haven’t made a queer post in a while. So now, I am going to recommend books with LGBTQ+ characters based on your BTS bias! I hope you enjoy it, I certainly had fun writing!

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May read-a-thon tbrs

I don’t know about you, but I’m loving participating in read-a-thons lately! Sometimes they’re not for me, but nowadays I like having set tbrs for the month, it just helps me with my reading. In May, I’m going to partake in not one, but two read-a-thons! One is my absolute favourite, Asian read-a-thon by Cindy, and the other one is Armydathon, which is created by Kat. You check out both of the announcement videos HERE and HERE! So here are my tbrs for both! I’m hoping to finish all of the books because I’m feeling ambitious! Fingers crossed I can actually manage that. What also shows that I’m not kidding around this time, is the fact that I didn’t combine any of the challenges.

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What BTS means to me

I’ve had this idea in my mind for a little while now, but I didn’t know if I wanted to share it, because it’s about a niche subject, and I wasn’t sure if any of you would be interested in it. I still don’t know if anyone will care about it, but I want to write it nonetheless. The last push was when I read Alexx’s blog post called Finding comfort and healing in BTS, which I really loved, and it inspired me to post my story.

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