And so we bring 2016 to a close here at TNA. It’s impossible to know what the coming year has in store for us, but I can say one thing for sure: we’ll be here reading and reviewing and supporting and allying with the LGBTQ+ community in 2017, just as we’ve always done.
As always, my gratitude encompasses so many people–the TNA team of reviewers, without whom this site would be nothing; and the publishers and authors who provide us with books and engaging content and giveaways we get to share with you, the readers, who make our guests feel so welcome. Thank you, thank you, a million times thank you.
Putting together these lists each year is so difficult. It’s like having 200 children and then being told you have to pick your 10 favorite. Honestly, it’s a real litmus test–did you love a book, or did you LOVE it? When it comes down to the picking, it certainly throws your opinions into a new perspective. There are indeed different variations of love.
So, without further ado, here are the books I big L loved this year.
May the New Year bring all of you joy and so many blessings, and may we remain living, breathing proof that love wins.
The Borders War Books 4 and 5 by S.A. McAuley
The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller
Dirty Heart by Rhys Ford
Hexbreaker by Jordan L. Hawk
The Photographer’s Truth by Ralph Josiah Bardsley
The Saint Flaherty Series by S. Hunter Nisbet
Bitter Legacy by Dal Maclean
A Faithful Son by Michael Scott Garvin
Monster by Soren Summers
Lay Your Sleeping Head by Michael Nava
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