A Rainbow of Book Recs for Pride Month!

Happy Pride month, everyone! I know that we shouldn’t read queer books just during Pride month, but I thought it was the perfect time to celebrate all the amazing queer books out there! Sadly, I have not read as many queer books as I would like to so this post will include books I have read (bolded) and books I want to read. Also, if possible, I have organized the books by the identities represented in the story. (*= book has not been released yet)


These are books that I know of, but LGBTQreads.com has a large list of other queer books that I recommend you check out as well! I tried my best to find sources stating the identity of the character, but if you see anything incorrect on this list, please tell me and I’ll change it immediately.

I hope you found some books that interest you on this list! All of these books sound super amazing, and I can’t wait to get started.

Happy Pride, everyone!

Happy pride! Have you read any of these books? Are they any you are excited for? Let me know in the comments!


5 thoughts on “A Rainbow of Book Recs for Pride Month!

  1. tasya @ the literary huntress says:

    I’m also sad to say that I haven’t read as many LGBT+ books as much as I should to, but most of these books are on my tbr and I plan to fix this soon! I already read Noteworthy though, and I can say that it was amazing. It has amazing reps and diversity, as well as amazing plot and characters. Great recs 🙂


  2. breenysbooks says:

    I’m definitely going to bookmark this post because it’s an awesome resource. Thanks so so much for compiling this wonderful list!!

    I’m new to blogging and book reviewing, and I was wondering if you had any tips for newbie bloggers and book reviewers.

    If you have the time, please check out my blog @breenysbooks. I’d love any feedback. Have a wonderful day.


  3. whatthelog says:

    Awesome list! I just read Long Macchiatos and Monsters which is a new adult novella featuring a non-binary character, if you’re interested! I’m trying to read more books about the identities other than gay and lesbian 🙂


    • Alex @ Fiery Reads says:

      Thank you for the rec! and YES, that’s such an important thing to do! I’m trying to educate myself about what comes after “lgbt” and I think the best way to do that is read #ownvoices queer books. I always think it’s important to help marginalized authors in any way I can 🙂

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