10 Most Anticipated LGBTQIA Novels To Be Released In 2019 || Make Your TBR More Sexually Diverse

A LIST FEATURING MY TEN MOST ANTICIPATED 
2019 RELEASES TO MAKE YOUR TBR MORE SEXUALLY DIVERSE

2019 is going to be a great year in terms of more representation and this is exactly what the readers are excited about too! So if you’re on the search for adding some upcoming releases that have a LGBTQIA representation, help yourself and increase your ever growing TBR.

1. THE LOVE & LIES OF RUKHSANA ALI BY SABINA KHAN

|| F/F romance
|| Female POC protagonist
|| Bangladesh (South Asian) setting; Bengali character

2. I WISH YOU ALL THE BEST BY MASON DEAVER

|| Non-binary protagonist
|| Anxiety & depression rep
|| Queer romance

3. THESE WITCHES DON’T BURN BY ISABEL STERLING

|| F/F Romance
|| Coming-of-age and coming out
|| Young adult witches

4. WE SET THE DARK ON FIRE BY TEHLOR KAY MEJIA

|| F/F romance
|| Forbidden love
|| Young-adult Dystopia

5. ONCE & FUTURE BY AMY ROSE CAPETTA

|| Pansexual and gay MCs
|| Gender-queer characters
|| Gender-bent retelling of King Arthur


6. TELL MW HOW YOU REALLY FEEL BY AMINAH MAE SAFI

|| F/F romance
|| POC protagonist
|| YA rom-com

7. THE PAST AND OTHER THINGS THAT SHOULD STAY BURIED BY SHAUN DAVID HUTCHINSON

|| Queer characters
|| Friendship focussed
|| Zombies and such

8. THE WEIGHT OF THE STARS BY K. ANCRUM

|| F/F romance
|| Slow-burn
|| YA science fiction

9. OUR YEAR OF MAYBE BY RACHEL LYNN SOLOMON

|| Bisexual protagonist
|| Unrequited love of best friends
|| Jewish MC

10. SMALL TOWN HEARTS BY LILLIE VALE

|| Summer vibes
|| Bisexual protagonist
|| Pies and coffee

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27 thoughts on “10 Most Anticipated LGBTQIA Novels To Be Released In 2019 || Make Your TBR More Sexually Diverse

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  2. anna

    okay i wouldn’t say there were new titles for me here bc i knew abt them all already & am excited abt them, but i love how apparentlygreat minds think alike!! :>>>
    i’ve been lucky enough to read the weight of the stars already and it’s so so very good omg

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      1. anna

        idk if you’ve read her first book, the wicker king, but it’s definitely a gentler kind of story than that yet still offers the same intensity of emotions. it’s amazing.

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  3. Michelle 🌈

    I barely keep up with new releases nowadays so I have no clue what’s coming out next year. So thank you so much for this post!! All of these sound AMAZING and my little bi heart needs them right this second?? I don’t even know which one I’m most excited for they all sound so good??

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    1. Fanna

      Ahh, that’s one of the best comments ❤ I'm so happy this post has made you happy and no matter which one you pick up (or all) I hope your little bi heart enjoys them to the core ❤

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  5. Jorie

    Hallo, Hallo Fanna,

    Thanks for the break-down on these stories – I’ll be back round as I want to add some of them to my LibraryThing TBR shelf for 2019!!! I sometimes can’t find the stories I wish to be reading, so I appreciate those who are blogging these kinds of lists!! Happy New Year!!

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