#PrideLibrary19 – My Experiences With Our Pride Month Challenge

Hi! Wow. This month has flown by and today is already the final day of Pride Month! That also means #PrideLibrary19 is ending and I wanted to share my experiences with this challenge with you all! This month was awesome. Lots of people participated - there are almost 1000 posts with our hashtag on Instagram! … Continue reading #PrideLibrary19 – My Experiences With Our Pride Month Challenge

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#PrideLibrary19 – Pansexual Flag

Hi everyone! Today your neighbourhood queer will recommend another set of amazing books. Pride Month is almost over and I really hope everyone will have a list of awesome books they are going to read, and maybe some of them will be the ones I've recommended *crosses fingers really hard* Anyways, todays PrideLibrary19 prompt is … Continue reading #PrideLibrary19 – Pansexual Flag

#PrideLibrary19 – Disabled and/or Neurodivergent Characters in Books

When talking about #ownvoices, the biggest categorise are LGBTQ+ and poc. However, there are some writers that write disabled characters, or neurodivergent characters, which are just as important. I wanted to recommend 5 books that feature these characters, as I think people should read more diversely, and if you don't want to read LGBTQ+ books, … Continue reading #PrideLibrary19 – Disabled and/or Neurodivergent Characters in Books