If you caught my post yesterday, you know what I am one of the hosts for the Queers Gone By reading challenge happening June-August! Today, I'm going to be sharing some book recommendations for the challenges associated with Ethel Waters and Jamie Clayton. You can choose any books for these challenges, but here are a few to give you ideas...
Hey everyone, long time no see! I hope everyone is having a lovely May. I am here to let you all know about an awesome reading and art challenge I am helping host. The lovely Mols over at Bi Bookish Babe created this event which is called the Queers Gone By challenge and I am so excited to share it with all of you. The goal of this challenge is to celebrate queer women, both from the past and present, and their remarkable achievements. Each set of challenges is inspired by one of these women and created by one of our hosts.
Full rules and the full list of hosts is available on the Bi Bookish Babe blog.
I am so glad to have Lynn E. O'Connacht here for the final day of A-spec April! Lynn has written so many amazing books with a-spec rep that the hardest thing about posting this interview was deciding which book cover to put on the banner. I loved interviewing Lynn because her answers are so in-depth and knowledgable! I hope you all enjoy hearing from her.
You can read more about Lynn's books on Goodreads
I am so pleased to have Foz Meadows here for today's A-spec April interview! An Accident of Stars is an incredibly diverse portal fantasy where aromantic representation is one of the (but nowhere near the only) marginalized identity represented.
You can read more about An Accident of Stars on Goodreads
I am SO excited to have Danika Stone here today to answer questions about her upcoming release, Switchback. This book is one of my most anticipated releases of the year so I was so excited to ask Danika all about it!
You can read more about Switchback on Goodreads
Today's guest is recent debut author, Laura Pohl! Laura is the author of The Last 8, a post-apocalyptic novel about a Latina aromantic bisexual pilot as she survives the alien invasion.
You can read more about The Last 8 on Goodreads
Today's A-spec April guest is Jasmine Gower, author of Moonshine and A Study of Fiber and Demons. I am so excited to have Jasmine here to talk about these books and the a-spec representation in them!
You can read more about Jasmine's books on Goodreads
In honor of A-spec April, my readathon that is happening right now, I created the A-spec Book Tag! I would be so happy if anyone did this tag, regardless of if I have tagged you. This tag is a celebration of ace and aro characters that everyone can participate in.
My answers are in my video, but if you prefer to do this tag on your blog, the questions are all down below!
To kick off week two of A-spec April, we have the lovely Akemi Dawn Bowman here for an interview! Akemi is the author of our second group read, Summer Bird Blue, which features a multiracial Asian teen who is questioning identities on the asexual and aromantic spectrums. I am so thrilled that so many of us will be reading her book this week and that she is here for an interview!
You can read more about Summer Bird Blue on Goodreads
I am so, so happy to welcome Tara Sim to the blog for an A-spec April interview. I am such a huge fan of Tara Sim's Timekeeper series and when I heard about her upcoming release, Scavenge the Stars, I knew I would love it just as much. Releasing January 2020, her latest book is a fantasy YA retelling of The Count of Monte Cristo with a demisexual girl in the lead.
You can read more about Scavenge the Stars on Goodreads