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Bisexual Visibility Day

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Today (September 23) is Bisexual Visibility Day!

To celebrate, here are some books I’ve loved featuring bisexual protagonists, love interests or other major characters.

What’ve I missed? Which books would you add to this list?




Queens of Geek // Jen Wilde

The Seafarer’s Kiss / Julia Ember

Failure to Communicate // Kaia Sønderby




Not Your Sidekick // C B Lee

The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue // Mackenzi Lee

Noteworthy // Riley Redgate




Daughter of a Burning City // Amanda Foody

Shades of Magic // V E Schwab

Inkmistress // Audrey Coulthurst




The Seven Husbands Of Evelyn Hugo // Taylor Jenkins Reid

We Are The Ants // Shaun David Hutchinson

Out Of The Blue // Sophie Cameron




The Disasters // M. K. England

The Devouring Gray // Christine Lynn Herman

Death Prefers Blondes // Caleb Roehrig




Beneath The Citadel // Destiny Soria

Dread Nation // Justina Ireland

Micah Grey Trilogy // Laura Lam

Sorcery of Thorns // Margaret Rogerson




Of Fire and Stars // Audrey Coulthurst

The Trails of Apollo // Rick Riordan

The Rules and Regulations for Mediating Myths & Magic // F.T. Lukens

The Apocalypse Of Elena Mendoza // Shaun David Hutchinson

7 thoughts on “Bisexual Visibility Day”

  1. Hallo, Hallo Louise!

    Hmm.. I seem to have stumbled across some of these myself without realising the representation in the stories! I always go by the synopsis and the promise of the story itself – two of which are actually being borrowed from my library via Audiobook! Those are: Not my Sidekick and Sorcery of Thorns (I’m in the hold queue for the latter one). I have a copy of Failure to Communicate I never had the chance to read during #WyrdAndWonder – I’ve pushed it forward for #RRSciFiMonth as I know it will find a lovely audience there ready to discuss it; it is one of my most anticipated reads this year!!

    Nice to know that I have some of these already scheduled to be read!

    Here’s to celebrating bi-visibility day!

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      1. Thank you for saying this!!! I’ve had a few hit/misses recently which were a bit bothering.. but I had a reader whose a fellow book blogger drop by and let me know one of them is a better fit for her… that’s always kind to know!! 🙂

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