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15 Recently Released LGBTQ Books for Your Summer Reading List

From light beach reads to educational nonfiction, here are summer reading recommendations from NBC Out’s contributors and social followers.


“Everything Is Awful and You’re a Terrible Person” by Daniel Zomparelli

A collection of first-person narratives of awkward text messages, ruined relationships and Grindr hookups.

Recommended by @brainsidille

“Guapa” by Saleem Haddad

After being caught in bed with his secret lover by his grandmother, Rasa embarks on a 24-hour journey of self-reflection and self-discovery in an unnamed Arab country.

Recommended by @anaserhall

“A Little Life” by Hanya Yanagihara

This novel follows the lives of four college graduates as they chase fame and success, overcoming — and sometimes falling victim to — abuse, addiction and the different obstacles that come with growing up.

Recommended by @simonwest74 @mikellestreet

“Into the Blue” by Pene Henson

Lifelong buddies Tai and Ollie have to wrestle with the possibility of ruining their friendship for a romantic relationship when Ollie’s pro-surfing career comes within arm’s reach.

Recommended by @thebroadsheets

“It Looks Like This” by Rafi Mittlefehldt

Mike navigates through rejection and reconciliation after an intimate moment with his schoolmate Sean is filmed — bringing his secret relationship to the attention of the entire school and his pushy father.

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