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#BiVisibilityWeek + Book Recs!πŸ’—πŸ’œπŸ’™

Hello loves, it’s Lori here!πŸ¦„βœ¨

Well I’m a Bisexual blogger, as you know, and I wanted to acknowledge my fellow Bisexuals within the LGBTQ community with some book recommendations!πŸ’—πŸ’œπŸ’™

(P.s I tried to be cool, so I took a picture with books I own that resemble colors of the Bisexual flag & even MORE extra by having a stuffed Unicorn on top.) OOPSπŸ¦„πŸ’—πŸ’œπŸ’™
If you didn’t know, it’s #BisexualityVisibilityWeek and I wanted to post a few Bisexual protagonists or side characters within books that I recommend to read!πŸ“š
Side Note: I just want to reassure people that it’s ok if you’re still discovering your sexuality. No label is forever, and there are plenty people who love and care for you (I care). So, no judgements here! 

*Photo is mine. If used, give me credit pls*

1) Inkmistress by Audrey Coulthurst 

When I think of the word Bisexuality the FIRST book that comes to mind is ‘InkMistress’ by Audrey Coulthurst! I recently received a signed ARC from her and I LOVED it! It involves Dragons, Demigods, Magic, Bloodshed etc.
This book also takes place 200 years before ‘Of Fire And Stars’ which is Audrey’s first published book. You don’t NEED to read ‘Of Fire And Stars’ to understand ‘InkMistress’, but you can notice a few cities that existed in both books. I HIGHLY recommend this book! It doesn’t release until March 2018.
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2) Gentleman’s Guide To Vice And Virtue by Mackenzie Lee

Honestly, this book and ‘InkMistress’ both come into my mind when asked what is my favorite Bisexual books. Mackenzie Lee is such a wonderful writer and person in general. Monty, the protagonist is such a lovely character I can relate to even though he gets himself in trouble all the time. The humor is just lovely.  
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3) Reign Of The Fallen by Sarah Glenn Marsh

This book is one of the few I cannot WAIT to get my hands on! This book releases in January 2018 and the cover is absolutely stunning! The author is super sweet and the book includes Necromancy, Zombies, Living dead etc.

How crazy and dark can it get? 
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4) Bubblegum by Sari Taurez

I’ll be receiving a copy in the mail soon and I just can’t wait to read then review! This book is filled with Two Bisexual characters, Vengeance, the protagonist as a paid killer and an overall thrilling unexpected adventure for Tiana. This book has such a pretty cover illustration and I can already feel the fierce aura radiating off of Tiana being a badass killer. This book releases on October 9, 2017!
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5) How To Make A Wish by Ashley Herring Blake

I have heard of this book being a major romantic bisexual discovery book. I’ve been wanting to read it for awhile now since I’ve heard good reviews about it.

So, I’d thought I put this book on my recommendations and you can possibly check it out and tell me what you think. Is it worth the read??
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6) Labyrinth Lost by Zoraida CΓ²rdova 

I’ve had this beauty in my bookshelf waiting to be read. Don’t worry, I’ll read and review this book because of the spooky vibe for the month of October!

Well, I’ve also heard this book is going to be a movie and it’s already in the process of filming. This book is a Latino based book, I’m Latina myself so it’s cool to see books with Rep of Bisexuality and Latino’s. It features Black magic, Witches, and family. 
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7) They Both Die At The End by Adam Silvera

I have heard of Adam Silvera’s work being sorrowfully beautiful by the amount of crying takes place after reading. I haven’t read this book, yet so I’d thought others may like to read it and enjoy. Two strangers are brought together because they had news that they’re going to die today. Therefore, they become friends from an online app and decide to spend the last great adventure in a day. 
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I honestly have many more recommendations, but it’s books I haven’t gotten the chance to read yet. Hehe oopsπŸ™Š These are just a few!
Hopefully you enjoyed my post! 

We should celebrate Bisexual’s in the LGBTQ community everyday instead of just today, #BisexualVisibilityDay πŸ’—πŸ’œπŸ’™ I’m grateful for each and every single one of you. 

Lori’s QOTD: Which book(s) from my recommendations seem interesting to you & want to read? 

Comment below!πŸ‘‡

28 thoughts on “#BiVisibilityWeek + Book Recs!πŸ’—πŸ’œπŸ’™

  1. Yas Lori! Thanks for the recommendations, adding them all to my tbr. I’m so glad there’s now more bisexual characters being included in books, it makes my heart happy! Currently reading GGTVAV absolutely loving it so far! x

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