This Pride month who doesn’t want to have some queer books to make their month amazing? So, what are you looking for? A sci-fi adventure or some beautiful romance? The definition of good-read varies from readers to readers. Is there any better way than sharing the happy books with you people to celebrate the queerness. So, here are some of the best books you can enjoy this Pride month.

1. You Know Me Well by Nina Lacour & David Levithan

You Know Me Well by Nina LaCour
Queer books

A delightful book of friendship, self-iscovery and adventure. Not an old love story, this story of Kate and Mark will take you to rollercaster ride of emotions. A touching story of friendship and unprecedented joy. A story of friendship of Kate and Mark where Mark is hopelessly in love with his best friend and Kate can’t get over a girl she has heard lots about but never met. This is the book, you are not going to regret.

2. What If Its Us by Adam Silvera & Becky Albertalli

What If It's Us (What If It's Us, #1) by Becky Albertalli
queer books

A book with a realistic ending. Highlighting the real issues, the author has woven different pop cultures in this story. This is a story of Arthur and Ben, unknown of what the Universe has in store for them. An intellectual and contemporary YA novel with teen drama.

3. Blood, Marriage, Wine & Glitter by S. Bear Bergman

Amazon.com: Blood, Marriage, Wine, & Glitter 
Queer Books

A thought-provoking collection of essays which redefines the notion of what family is. These essays are engaging reflections on family, parenting and faith.

4. Wow, No Thank You by Samantha Irby

Wow, No Thank You.: Essays: Irby, Samantha: ...
queer books

A story of America’s first son and Prince of Wales which will tell you how to let your true colours shine. One of the best romance novels with the verve addressing the issues like racism and ethics.

5. Mooncakes by Suzzane Walker & Wendy Xu

Mooncakes by Suzanne Walker
queer books

An enchanting tale of self-discovery will take you on a rollercoaster ride of witches and magic. It’s a story of family, witchcrafts, love and demons.

Tell us, which one is your favourite and what are you reading currently in the comment section below.

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