Queer 2020 Releases I Can't Wait For (Part 1)

This is in no way an exhaustive list of queer titles that are being released in the first half of this year because we are being spoiled! There's honestly at least ten coming out (ha) each month which is unbelievably awesome and makes me so, so happy! But the same books don't appeal to everyone and therefore I decided to make a list purely of the releases that I am most excited about. There are some I've left off because of the genre (you'll notice that this list is 99% contemporary YA) or it's a series I haven't yet started or even because I am looking forward to it coming out but am just unlikely to actually read it this year. 




January
7th: We Used to be Friends - Amy Spalding
7th: Martin McLean, Middle School Queen - Alyssa Zaczek

February
4th: The Gravity of Us - Phil Stamper

March
3rd: Only Mostly Devastated - Sophie Gonzales
5th: The Love Hypothesis - Laura Steven
10th: To The Moon and Back - Melissa Brayden
24th: We Were Promised Spotlights - Lindsay Sproul
31st: We Are Totally Normal - Rahul Kanukia
31st: Music from Another World - Robin Talley

April
7th: Girl Crushed - Katie Heaney
21st: Late to the Party - Kelly Quindlen

May
12th: The Summer of Impossibilities - Rachael Allen
12th: The Henna Wars - Adiba Jaigirdar
14th: The Paper & Hearts Society, Read With Pride - Lucy Powrie
26th: The Ship We Built - Lexie Bean
26th: I Kissed Alice - Anna Birch
26th: Camp - Lev A.C. Rosen
26th: Something to Talk About - Meryl Wisner

June
1st: The Dark Tide - Alicia Jasinska
1st: If We Were Us - K. L Walther
2nd: I Think I Love You - Auriene Desombre
2nd: You Should See Me in a Crown - Leah Johnson
2nd: You Don't Live Here - Robin Schneider
9th: The Falling in Love Montage - Ciara Smyth


What books are on your own most anticipated list?

eloise x

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