20 brilliant books written by LGBTQIA+ writers to add to your bookshelf

Let's support LGBTQIA+ writers this Pride Month

They Both Die at the End, Heartstopper & Tell Me I'm Worthless

by Piper Huxley |

LGBTQIA+ Pride Month is a time when we should all be getting together and embracing everyone’s individuality.

It’s a month where we celebrate the progress that LGBTQIA+ people have made across the world and though we have seen a lot of progress, there is still plenty to be made.

Supporting your LGBQTIA+ friends, family and colleagues is important and is very meaningful. Something as simple as kindness can help make a better world for everyone.

At heat, we recommend supporting LGBTQIA+ creators this month.

Related: Netflix’s Heartstopper: here's what we know about season two

So, we’ve put together a list of our favourite books by LGBTQIA+ people.

From modern classics like Breakfast at Tiffany’s to newer titles like Heartstopper, we've got you covered. There's a real mix going on here - and we're into it.

Trust us, you might find your new fave.

Knock yourself out.

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