The Top LGBTQ Books to Read This Month in 2022

The Top LGBTQ Books to Read This Month in 2022
The Top LGBTQ Books to Read This Month in 2022

The Top LGBTQ Books to Read This Month in 2022 : The LGBTQ+ community can (and should) be celebrated all year long, even though Pride Month is only 30 days long in June. Reading more queer fiction is an excellent approach to achieve this.

Although there were a ton of fantastic books by and about LGBTQ+ people published last year, 2022 may already be ahead of the game—and the year isn’t even halfway done! The finest LGBTQ+ books from 2022 so far include romances, allegories, family dramas, coming-of-age sagas, and much more. If you’re looking for a new book to read, we recommend picking up one of these top picks right away.

  1. The One Woman by Laura May

    The One Woman by Laura May
    The One Woman by Laura May

    The primary character in Laura May’s debut LGBTQ romance novel is Julie, a graphic artist. In every sense, Julie’s life and her relationship with her partner Mark are routine. Before she meets Ann.  Ann is a web developer who is compassionate and gentle. There is no denying Julie’s affections for Ann. As their past and present collide in Barcelona, the flame is real. Julie must choose between her love for Ann and her allegiance to Mark when catastrophe strikes. Will real love endure the test of time? It can be found in The One Woman.

  2. Rainbow Rainbow: Stories by Lydia Conklin

    Rainbow Rainbow: Stories by Lydia Conklin
    Rainbow Rainbow: Stories by Lydia Conklin

    In spite of being at a crossroads in their relationship, a lesbian couple in Laramie, Wyoming—a city made famous by the murder of Matthew Shepherd—discusses whether to have a child. To meet an older woman with whom one of them had been flirting with, two tween girls from the suburbs travel into the city. People who stumble uncomfortably toward the next phases of their life and have distorted notions of what lies ahead are the characters in Conklin’s colorful stories.

  3. The Town of Babylon: A Novel by Alejandro Varela

    The Town of Babylon: A Novel by Alejandro Varela
    The Town of Babylon: A Novel by Alejandro Varela

    A family catastrophe leads Andrés to go back to his birthplace when his marriage to his husband is crumbling. There’s never been a better time to go to a high school reunion, right? Broken family ties, ex-boyfriends, and battles with LGBT, racial, and class identity are some of the problems Andrés faces upon his return. In The Town of Babylon, a mature and realistic tale, the battle to figure out how to deal with the past when all you want to do is go forward is thoughtfully portrayed.

  4. Perpetual West by Mesha Maren

    Perpetual West by Mesha Maren
    Perpetual West by Mesha Maren

    The young married couple Alex and Elana, two academics who leave their little village in Virginia for El Paso, Texas, are the focus of Mesha Maren’s stunning, broad second book. There, Mateo, a lucha libre fighter with whom Alex secretly falls in love before departing abruptly, helps Alex reconnect to his Mexican heritage. This one will have you on the edge of your seat, but that just adds to the fun.

  5. The Boy with a Bird in His Chest by Emme Lund

    The Boy with a Bird in His Chest by Emme Lund
    The Boy with a Bird in His Chest by Emme Lund

    Owen, a kid who spends his life hidden away because a chatty bird named Gail lives in his chest, is the subject of Emme Lund’s enchanting, allegorical debut novel. In contrast, when he is forced to leave his family and go live with his uncle and cousin, he discovers a family that not only welcomes the bird in his chest but also fully accepts him as he is. You’ll probably cry some happy tears by the end as Owen learns there how to live fully and honestly.

  6. Mademoiselle Revolution by Zoe Sivak

    Mademoiselle Revolution by Zoe Sivak
    Mademoiselle Revolution by Zoe Sivak

    Did you realize that a brutal slave revolt in Haiti had repercussions in France? A bisexual Black heiress from the 1700s travels to Paris from Saint-Domingue in this thrilling, provocative historical novel only to become embroiled in the events of the French Revolution, including those of famed agitator Robespierre and his mistress.

  7. First Time for Everything by Henry Fry

    First Time for Everything by Henry Fry
    First Time for Everything by Henry Fry

    A failing writer living in London learns that his longterm lover doesn’t genuinely believe in monogamy in Henry Fry’s hilarious debut novel, which forces him to move in with his childhood pal, a nonbinary artist, and their vibrant group of friends. After completely changing his life, Danny starts to doubt everything he previously believed about his sexuality, his desires, and what he genuinely wants from life.

  8. I Kissed Shara Wheeler by Casey McQuiston

    I Kissed Shara Wheeler by Casey McQuiston
    I Kissed Shara Wheeler by Casey McQuiston

    Since moving from Southern California to a small Alabama town, Chloe Green has been motivated by one thing in particular: graduating as valedictorian of her high school. Chloe is forced to look for explanations—and Shara herself—after her valedictorian competitor Shara Wheeler kisses her a month before graduation. Chloe will need to collaborate with Shara’s quarterback boyfriend and her bad-boy neighbor to decipher the mysterious notes they have all received as a result of her disappearance. Can they track Shara down and bring her home in time for graduation?

Okay, so which of these books are you most eager to read?

 

 

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