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The Sunday Post #43: Weekly Update – 20/05/2018

The Sunday PostWeekly Update

The Sunday post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ the Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news – A post to recap the past week on your blog and showcase books and things we have received. Share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead.

Books Read:

Currently Reading: 

What I’m Watching:

I’ve been watching 13 Reason Why Season 2 on Netflix, I’m up to episode 8. I actually don’t really think that this season is very necessary, I would’ve been fine with only one season. This season is pretty good, and I’m enjoying it, but wouldn’t have really cared either way, whether we got a season two or not. I really love the voice overs throughout the episodes from each of the characters though. 

Who else is Watching this?

Song of the Week:

Last Week on the Blog:

eARC Review: Kelpie Blue by Mell Eight 
May 2018 Readathons I’m participating in 
Holiday Reading: Victor Harbor | Travel Wrap Up

Coming Soon:

All the Books I’m Currently Reading
April Wrap up & Book Haul
Book Haul/TBR Revisit #6

Upcoming Reviews:

Around the Blogosphere:

Beth @ Reading Every Night Discusses How you manage your TBR List
Kathy @ Books & Munches Discusses Trigger Warnings

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What books did you finish this Week? What are you Currently Reading? What are you planning on reading next? Have you read any of these? If so, What did you think of them? Are they on your TBR?  If you have your own Sunday Post, leave the link down below as well. 

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The Sunday Post #42: Happy Mother’s Day – 13/05/2018

 

The Sunday PostWeekly Update

The Sunday post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ the Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news – A post to recap the past week on your blog and showcase books and things we have received. Share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead.

What Happened off the Blog: 

Happy Mother’s Day to all the Mums.

Recently I’ve Updated my Etsy Shop, Added more Listings and taken some photos to add.  All in all I added about 2 new pieces to my shop. Click on the Covers to go to the my Etsy Shop to find out more about the Items. Check out my shop here!

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I also have some ideas for candles I’m going to start making, so stay tuned for that. Also, I’ve been working on some 13 Reasons why Bookmarks, seeing as Season 2 is starting soon. What would you like to see? If you have any Ideas or Suggestions, Let me know in the Comments or Email me at: Drinkcoffeeandreadbooks18@gmail.com.

Books Read:

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New to my Shelf:

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What I’m Watching:

Okay, so I mentioned this last week but recently, I’ve been watching Rise, a New Musical Drama TV Show on NBC that’s based on a book – Drama High. I love this show, and I’m kinda obsessed with it. The first season only consists of 10 episodes, and is 9 episodes in, the 10th episode airs on Tuesday. Next week will be the last episode, but I was hoping it would get a second season, it’s recently been cancelled though.

Stanton High School’s drama department is made up of a diverse group of people with various backgrounds. I would really recommend watching it if you haven’t already, It’s not perfect, and it does have it’s flaws, but It’s a great series. This is an important show, and means a lot to so many people, including myself. So, if you’ve never seen this show, I would really suggest checking it out. And if you like Spring Awakening, you’ll probably enjoy Rise. We’re trying to show NBC how much this show means to us, or a least try to get it picked up by a different Network, by using #RiseAgain #SaveRise on twitter. I just don’t want this show to end after only 10 episodes, this show doesn’t deserve that, and neither do the incredibly talented actors. 

Even if you don’t watch rise, if you could watch it tomorrow because it’s the season finale and all the risers are doing the best they can to save the show and it would mean a lot. 

Song(s) of the Week: 

Last Week on the Blog:

eARC Review: For the Love of Horses by Kelly Wilson

Review: The Opposite Of Loneliness by Marina Keegan

Coming Soon:

Victor Harbor: Travel Wrap Up!
All the Books I’m Currently Reading
April Wrap up & Book Haul
May Readathons I’m Participating in
Book Haul/TBR Revisit #6

Upcoming Reviews:

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What books did you finish this Week? What are you Currently Reading? What are you planning on reading next? Have you read any of these? If so, What did you think of them? Are they on your TBR?  If you have your own Sunday Post, leave the link down below as well. 

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The Sunday Post #41: Update & Some Exciting News – 6/05/2018

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The Sunday post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ the Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news – A post to recap the past week on your blog and showcase books and things we have received. Share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead.

What Happened off the Blog:

I still  haven’t been that active on here lately, I’ve been really busy, but I promise I’ll get better at posting. I’ve been working on more listings for my Etsy Shop, So I’ll be listing more items soon, maybe within a month, once I get more all the materials I need. I’m really excited for these new Items. 

Also, I wasn’t going to mention this yet as it’s still early stages, but I’m extremely excited about this, and I couldn’t wait, So here it is: I’m Writing a Book! I’m not going to say too much about it at the moment, like I said, early stages. But I’m really excited, and I’m having a lot of fun writing this. I will say that It’s going to be LGBT Contemporary. I have a playlist I’ve been listening to for this project while writing as well, which I might one day publicly release. I’ll keep you updated. If I had a book published, would you be interested in Reading it? Let me know in the comments!

Books Read:

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Currently Reading: 

I am “currently reading” a lot of books, so I’m not going to list them here, but if you’d like to check that out, the full list is on my latest Sunday Post HERE. And I can guarantee that it hasn’t change much. I’ll be posting a full list of my “Currently Reading” books soon, where I’ll talk about more about them and maybe finally get around to reading them. 

What I Plan to Read Next:

There are A LOT of books I need to finish, so I’ll read whatever on that list next. I’ll just choose something at random from that pile. Also, 2 Days until Cast long Shadows eBook is released. I am so excited to finally read this one. This is the second novella for The Ghost of the Shadow Market by Cassandra Clare. This is one I’ve been waiting for, and most excited for. 

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New to my Shelf:

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What I’m Watching:

Recently, I’ve been watching Rise, It’s a New Musical Drama TV Show on NBC that’s based on a book – Drama High – which I’ve never read. I love this show, I’m kinda obsessed with it. The first season will consist of 10 episodes, and is 8 episodes in, the 9th episode airs on Tuesday,  I can’t watch the episodes until Wednesday though.

This is an English teacher – Lou – with a wife and three kids, the oldest of whom, Gordy, is a football player with a drinking problem. Despite having a lot on his personal plate, Lou decides in the first episode to express interest in taking over Stanton High School’s drama department. He immediately gets the job, mainly because the principal views the woman most likely to inherit the role as a “pain in the ass.” Tracey is in the middle of a production of Grease when Lou waltzes in and announces that, with exactly zero experience directing plays, he is about to take the job she’s been waiting for decades to assume, while she’ll be demoted to assistant director. Oh, and also they aren’t doing Grease anymore. They will be staging Spring Awakening, a challenging coming-of-age musical that deals child abuse, abortion, and homosexuality.

Rise also addresses social issues, including those related to class, religion, and, as previously noted, sexual orientation. In keeping with the themes of Spring Awakening, it focuses heavily on Simon, a gay student who struggles even more ferociously with his identity after he’s cast as Hänschen, a young man who has a romance, and a kissing scene, with another boy. Simon’s Catholic and conservative parents, particularly his father, take unsurprising issue with his participation in the show, creating a conflict that stretches throughout the season. 

Stanton High School’s drama department is made up of a diverse group of people with various backgrounds. I would really recommend watching it if you haven’t already, It’s not perfect, and it does have it’s flaws, but It’s a great series. Its first season may be shaky, especially at first. But I genuinely hope it gets a second season.

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Song of the Week: 

Last Week on the Blog:

Coming out as Pansexual! 
April 2018 Reading Wrap Up

Coming Soon:

Victor Harbor: Travel Wrap Up!
All the Books I’m Currently Reading
April Wrap up & Book Haul
May Readathons I’m Participating in
Book Haul/TBR Revisit #6

Upcoming Reviews:

Around the Blogosphere:

Elizabeth @ Imagination in Print talk Self Publishing
Marie @ Drizzle and Hurricane shares  How to master your TBR Pile
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What books did you finish this Week? What are you Currently Reading? What are you planning on reading next? Have you read any of these? If so, What did you think of them? Are they on your TBR?  If you have your own Sunday Post, leave the link down below as well. 
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Who is your Favourite Children’s Book Author?

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What is the book blogger hop? It’s a link up hosted by Billy @ Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer. Each week, there is a new Question to Answer. The Hop runs from Friday to Thursday. All you have to do is Answer the Question, link it up and go hopping.

This Weeks Question is: Who is your favourite children’s book author and why? (submitted by Kitty @ Vicarious Bookworm)

My Answer: 

I know that I’m really late with this, but I still wanted to do it, so here we go! We are on to a new week for the Book Blogger Hop hosted by the lovely folks over at Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer.

My Favourite Children’s Book Author is Emily Rodda, Author of Deltora Quest. The Deltora Quest Series was my absolute favourite when I was a kid, I never owned the Books, so I’ve recently been buying the Bind-up Editions and rereading them. Not many people have heard of this incredible series because Emily Rodda is an Australian children’s author, but it’s so good.

I can’t believe the amount of world building, plot development and character development that has gone into it. It has 8 books in the original series and has two other companion series (Deltora Shadowlands and Dragons of Deltora) which both follow the same main characters as the first series.

I used to read these at school in the Library Constantly, If I ever needed an escape, I would read these books. I love the magical world of Del and the likeable characters she created. She has an amazing imagination. Her books helped me through a lot of hard times. 

Her books made me fall in love with reading from an early age. I’ve always loved reading but her books were an escape for me. These books gave me lots of hours of enjoyment when I was a kid. 

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The Sunday Post #39: Weekly Update – 4/03/2018

The Sunday PostWeekly Update

The Sunday post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ the Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news – A post to recap the past week on your blog and showcase books and things we have received. Share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead.

Books Read:

Currently Reading: 

Song of the Week: 

Last Week on the Blog:

Manga Madness Readathon Round 2 Announcement & Sign-Up 
Manga Review: Tokyo Mew Mew a la Mode (Omnibus; Volume 1 & 2) 
Review: Captive by Aimee Carter 
Buy me a Coffee? 
February 2018 Reading Wrap Up 
February Wrap Up & Book Haul 
March 2018 TBR 
Book Haul/TBR Revisit #4

Coming Soon:

Different Ways To Write A Book Review

Upcoming Reviews:

Around the Blogosphere:

Sarah @ Written Word Worlds shares YA Books with Unique Formatting
Drew @ The Tattooed Book Geek Discusses Reasons to Start a Book Blog and Reasons not to start a Book Blog
Heather @ The Sassy Geek Discusses Hyped Books 
Tiana @ The Book Raven Talks about Netgalley
Erica @ The Broken Spine Discusses & Shares tips for getting out off Reading Slumps
Trang @ Bookidote Shares her
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The Sunday Post #38: Weekly Update – 25/02/2018

The Sunday PostWeekly Update

The Sunday post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ the Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news – A post to recap the past week on your blog and showcase books and things we have received. Share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead.

Books Read:

Currently Reading:

What I Plan to Read:

New to my Shelf:

What I’m Watching:

Song of the Week:

Last Week on the Blog:

ARC Review: Genuine Fraud by E. Lockhart 
Top 5 Wednesday: Favourite Romance Novels 
ARC Review: The Adventures of Lola and the Ocean Monster by Jade Harley 
300 Followers Q&A 
Do you read Hardcovers with the Dust Jacket on or off? 
Review: Summer and the City by Candace Bushnell

Coming Soon:

Different Ways To Write A Book Review
February Wrap up & Book Haul
February Reading Wrap Up
March TBR
Manga Madness Readathon Announcement

Upcoming Reviews:

Around the Blogosphere:

Rimpy @ Rimpy’s Read shares her ARC Reading Process
Analee @ Book Snacks shares Blogging Confessions
SmudgedThoughts lists Ten types of Bloggers that are probably waddling around in your blog feed right this instant

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What books did you finish this Week? What are you Currently Reading? What are you planning on reading next? Have you read any of these? If so, What did you think of them? Are they on your TBR?  If you have your own Sunday Post, leave the link down below as well.

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Top 5 Wednesday: Favourite Romance Novels

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Welcome to Top 5 Wednesday! This weeks topic is Favourite Romance Novels and I had a really hard time with this one also, I don’t read much Romance, It’s one of my least favourite Genres, but I still really wanted to do this. Is it bad that it took me ridiculously long to compile this list?

— Romance as a genre is very under-appreciated in lots of circles. So recommend your favourite romance books. These are books where romance is the main genre, not a secondary one.

The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks

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Okay, so most people seem to like the movie for this one better, but I love this book, by far my Favourite Romance Novel.  I adore this book so much. when I first started it I couldn’t seem to put it down at all. Its one of the cutest love stories I’ve ever read in my entire life. The ending was so utterly beautiful. I recommend this book, even if you don’t like romance novels you might think differently about this one.

 

Maurice by E.M. Forster

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This is one of my favourite Classics. Maurice is, for all intents and purposes, a dime-a-dozen love story and a period piece. The only twist is that this love story concerns two men, which was unheard of in the time that it was written. Forster wrote it mainly as a therapeutical effort, having grown tired of not being able to write about the kind of love that interested him the most. Published 60 years after it was written, Maurice was still a first of its time, and a decidedly sparkling and endearing read. The ending is sentimental, yes – but why should a love story not be allowed to have a sentimental ending?

I’ll give you the Sun by Jandy Nelson

I'll give you the SunI loved reading I’ll give you the Sun! It was just beautiful. The characters are complex and realistic. The unique wiring style took a little for me to get used to but after reading the book I admire it. Having both the main characters as artists the book is written creatively with Noah’s chapters being filled with arty remarks and paint splatters. It makes the books stand out. It makes it more than just a book because to me, these characters felt real. The writing in this book is absolutely beautiful and mesmerizing!

The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith

imagesLove at first sight or “insta-love” is a trope I don’t usually like or Enjoy, but with this book it kinda works. Those sweet, endearing moments that Hadley shares with Oliver. Then there are the moments where she is hurting so much, and reminiscing about the moments she still lingers on to, in a time where her father was very much a strong presence in her and her mothers life. I enjoyed this book. It’s a quick easy read.

 

If I was your Girl by Meredith Russo

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The story follows a young trans girl, Amanda. She wants to have a new start, living with her father. If I Was Your Girl was a fantastic novel. I’d highly recommend it to literally anyone, especially if they’re interested in a book about a trans person.

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So those are my Favourite Romance Novels. What are your Favourite Romance Novels? Any recommendations? I definitely struggled with this topic, as I don’t read a lot of Romance. So if you have any recommendations, Please let me know in the Comments. Anyway I had fun making the list and I hope you guys enjoyed!

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The Sunday Post #37: Open Day at Adelaide Festival Centre – 11/02/2018 – 18/02/2018

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The Sunday post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ the Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news – A post to recap the past week on your blog and showcase books and things we have received. Share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead.

What Happened off the Blog:

I attended the Adelaide Festival Centre Open Day. There’s been a lot of redevelopments happening in Adelaide and the Festival Centre has just reopened. We now have our own Walk of Fame. The Walk of Fame features names of stars who have graced the stages at Adelaide Festival Centre over the years.

Also, I’d like to take this blog post time to say sorry, I’ve been a bit absent lately in my blogging. I’ve been incredibly busy, I’m doing a Business Course. So, I’ve got tons of posts to work on and comments that I have yet to acknowledge. I’ll be hopefully getting around to all of that this week sometime, when I find the time. I will also have some reviews up this week.

Books Read:

Currently Reading:

New on my Shelf:

I bought this Beauty the other day:

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I’ve recently just finished reading the Percy Jackson series and while it didn’t live up to my expectations or the hype in my opinion, I still enjoyed it. At least enough to want to continue the series to see where this story goes. So, I bought the first book in the Heroes of Olympus series: The Lost Hero. The cover is so pretty and shiny.

 What I’m Watching:

Has anyone seen this new trailer for Season 2 of A Series of Unfortunate Events. Now this is where it’s gonna get REALLY dark! It looks amazing. This show is underrated and should be praised more often for its twists and interesting plot.

Also, has anyone seen the Movie The Talented Mr. Ripley? I watched it last night, and I really enjoyed it. It’s based on a Book by Patricia Highsmith. Let me know if you’ve read the Book or Seen the Movie.

If you’ve read Genuine Fraud by E. Lockhart, you’ll probably notice a lot of similarities between them, it was inspired by The Talented Mr. Ripley. My Mum told me about this movie after I read out the Synopsis and some passages from Genuine Fraud to her. Now I’m Interested in reading the Ripliad Series, which consists of 5 books.

Last Week on the Blog:

Top 5 Wednesday: Favourite M/M Couples 
Manga Review: Tokyo Mew Mew by Mia Ikumi (Omnibus 2; Volumes 3 & 4) 
Valentine’s Day Book Tag 
Top 5 Favourite F/F Couples 300 Followers! 
Manga Review: Tokyo Mew Mew by Mia Ikumi (Omnibus 3; Volume 5, 6, 7)

Coming Soon:

Different Ways To Write A Book Review
Top 5 Favourite Romance Novels

300 Followers Q&A

Upcoming Reviews:

Around the Blogosphere:

Elise @ The Bookish Actress talks about Bury your Gays
Liliana @ Liliananbookish Discusses whether we need to be Socially Active
Cait @ Paperfury asks ‘Are Bookworms Stereotypes True Or Has Someone Been Lying To Us All?’
Cait @ Paperfury lists What Bookworms really want
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Pages Unbound Discusses Literary Twins

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Top 5 Wednesday: Favourite F/F Couples

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Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly feature and If you want to join in checkout the Goodreads page! This meme was created by Sam from ThoughtsOnTomes and Lainey from Ginger Reads Lainey.

Welcome to Top 5 Wednesday! This weeks topic is Favourite F/F Couples and I had a really hard time with this one, I haven’t read many F/F Romances or many with that aspect! I really like these prompts. Continuing the romance themed Top 5 Wednesdays, this week is highlighting our favourite F/F couples.

— Who are your favorite ladies loving other ladies? (Note: this isn’t specifically cis lesbian couples, but also applies to couples that include bi women, trans women, pan women, ace women, etc.)

Helen Blackthorn & Aline Penhallow

The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare

These two, oh my god, I love them so much. Even though they’re side character and make very little appearances, they are so cute together. I honestly love these girls a lot. I can’t wait to see more of them, and they just love each other so much!


Ginger Cordell & Alex

Tricks by Ellen Hopkins

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Katie & Violet

You know me Well by Nina LaCour & David Levithan

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I enjoyed the relationship between Katie and Violet. The story was interesting but these characters held me interested all the time.

Leila & Lisa

Tell me again how a crush should feel by Sara Farizan

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In the book, Leila and Lisa develop feelings for each other at the end of the book. That ‘s all I’m going to say, I don’t want to give too much away if you want to read the book.

Yuu Koito & Touko Nanami

Bloom into you by Nakatani Nio

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So those are my Favourite F/F Couple. Who are your favourite F/F relationships? Any great F/F book recommendations? I definitely struggled more with this topic than last weeks. So if you have any recommendations, Please let me know in the Comments.

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Top 5 Wednesday: Favourite M/M Couples

Top 5 M_M Couples

Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly feature and If you want to join in checkout the Goodreads page! This meme was created by Sam from ThoughtsOnTomes and Lainey from Ginger Reads Lainey.

Welcome to Top 5 Wednesday! This weeks topic is Favourite M/M Couples and I had so much fun picking out my favourites! I really liked this prompt. There are a few very popular YA books with gay characters, but it’s not like I always love them as a couple, so it was kind of hard to pick my favourites.

–Who are your favorite dudes loving other dudes? (Note: this isn’t specifically cis gay couples, but also applies to couples that include bi men, trans men, pan men, ace men, etc.)

Magnus Bane & Alec Lightwood

The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare

Malec has always been my OTP and I love their story as it progresses so much! How could I not include this couple? They were the first same sex couple I ever read about in YA, and it made me so happy to see the representation.

Mark Blackthorn & Kieran

The Dark Artifices by Cassandra Clare

Okay, so this seems to be a very Controversial one. Kieran and Mark are so romantic; I love there backstory about how they became lovers. This seems to be the first time I’ve ever seen an important, fully faerie character who actually seems to be benevolent in Cassandra Clare Books. I agree that Kieran could be selfish and not understanding, and indeed we have to keep in mind that he was a faerie prince. Still, he can acquire this virtue in the future!

Ari Mendoza & Dante Quintana

Aristotle & Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Saenz

I read Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Saenz a couple years ago and absolutely loved it. Ari and Dante start as friends and their relationship was mainly based on Ari accepting his sexuality. When they finally get together, it is really sweet and I can’t wait for the sequel to see more of them actually together. I adored how both boys discovered their sexuality over the course of it. They didn’t have it easy a lot of the time, but I loved how strong their friendship, and then their relationship was. I also really loved the diversity in this book.

Ronan Lynch & Adam Parrish

The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater

The Raven Boys, well more specifically, The Raven King. The Raven Cycle is a series I’ve recently read and Ronan and Adam were honestly one of the best things about this series (although there were many amazing things). They started off with the best friendship that only they could really understand, and it gradually turned into something more throughout the series.

Henry ‘Monty’ Montague & Percy Newton

The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzie Lee

I had been highly anticipating this book, it sounded like so much fun, and definitely live up to hype, It actually exceeded my Expectations. Monty isn’t the most likeable character, but I really cared about Monty and Percy and their Relationship, which is a Taboo in that time period the book is set in. I was really invested in the story and their Relationship. Although it was hinted at quite early that Monty had a crush on his best friend, this romance slowly burned throughout the whole book, which I loved, because there were so many cute moments between Monty and Percy.

Bonus: Hunter & Chance

Made of Stars by Kelley York

Made of Stars

Watching Chance and Hunter open up to each other is incredibly well written. There are no gay stereotypes in sight. I really liked the characters, and the depth of their bonds with each other. I am a huge fan of Kelley York’s writing. She makes me fall in love with these broken, flawed characters who I don’t expect to love.

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So there you have it – My five favourite M/M Couples. There are so many more I could talk about. So this was extremely hard to narrow down my Top 5. If you read any of these books I’ve mentioned then feel free to let me know what you thought of these books and these couples.

I hope you enjoyed this week’s Top 5 Wednesday. I had a lot of fun thinking of all my favourite male couples and remembering all of the emotions that they made me feel. Also, can I just say that I was looking through all the fanart for this post, it was all so cute. 

Have you read any of these? Who is on your favourite M/M couples list? Do you like any of these? Or do you have any recommendations of books I may have missed? Let me know in the Comments Below!