I haven’t watched it yet, but I’ve been told it is excellent representation!
Considering that my previous interval for blog posts was a literal year and some change, I think it’s not bad that I have another blog post to put up this Pride Month. Yay, I guess?
Like I said in my previous blog post, I’ve only planned on reading LGBTQ-themed books this month, starting with Precious Hearts Romances’ Pride Lit line. I’ve already reviewed Leonna’s “Mahal Kita, Pero–“, and now I’m posting my review of the line’s short story collection, “Fab & Proud: An Anthology of LGBT Stories”. Will I like this more than I did “Mahal Kita, Pero–“? Or would I have to deal with the same problems in this collection?
So. It’s been quite a while since I’ve blogged — more than a year! — and I legit had actual difficulty logging in to this blog again. BUT! I am slowly, slowly trying to make my way back to regular blogging, and what better time to do it than during Pride Month? When I am at the height of my powers.
All the books I’m going to review for this month will be LGBT books, starting with Precious Hearts Romances’ Pride Lit line, made up of “Mahal Kita, Pero –“, “Fab & Proud: An Anthology of LGBT Stories”, “Oh, Boy, I Love You!”, and “Left Brainer Community”.
I, admittedly, have not had a great experience with Precious Hearts Romances that have dipped into the LGBT experience — please see my review of Owwsic’s “Lesbi In Love”. Will Leonna’s “Mahal Kita, Pero –” fare any better? Read on under the cut!