Top Ten Tuesday: PRIDE Stacks

Top Ten Tuesday #25

Happy Tuesday, book nerds! 

Y’all this is my 25th Top Ten Tuesday post!!! I know that’s like a drop in the well to some of y’all, but that’s pretty significant for my page!Full disclosure: I DIDN’T look back on how many times I diverted from the weekly prompt to do my own thing, but I imagine it’s a lot. Especially because I’m doing it AGAIN this week! 😉 I feel like we’ve been doing A LOT of series I DNF/books I didn’t like/series I don’t plan to continue recently so, in order to spare you from repeats and rereads, I did something COMPLETELY different.

(P.S. I’m aware there’s too many words in full caps there. I simply don’t care.)

Because it’s PRIDE month for this week’s TOP TEN TUESDAY hosted by Jana at ThatArtsyReaderGirlI decided to devote my Top Ten Tuesday to what I hope will be aesthetically pleasing: MY TOP TEN PRIDE STACKS!!!

Stacks of books from every color of the rainbow with diverse reads that represent the LGBTQ+ community! Heads up, not every book featured in the stacks will represent this community, but all of the featured books do! I hope you enjoy and without further ado I present you with the PRIDE STACKS!


1) PINK – featured read: Queens of Geek by Jen Wilde pink2) RED – featured read: Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertallired3) ORANGE – featured read: Far From You by Tess Sharpeorange4) YELLOW – featured read: Carry On by Rainbow Rowell  yellow5) GREEN – featured read: The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reidgreen6) BLUE – featured read: They Both Die At The End by Adam Silverablue7) INDIGO – featured read: Autoboyography by Christina Laurenindigo8) VIOLET – featured read: And I Darken by Kiersten Whitepurple9) WHITE – featured read: This trio of beauties. white10) The RAINBOW STACKFullSizeRender (3).jpg


So I definitely went out on a limb this week and I hope y’all enjoyed it! Let me know if you’ve read any of the featured reads or if any other favorites popped up throughout the stacks! Are any of these books new to you? Let me know below! 

And, as always: Happy Reading!

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27 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: PRIDE Stacks

  1. karenjo46 says:

    I love this post and your pictures are absolutely gorgeous!!! Pink and Purple are definitely my favorites, but they’re all really pretty. I might have to steal this idea for a freebie TTT later on. =)

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  2. Destiny @ Howling Libraries says:

    I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE this post!! So good! ♥ I really want to read Far From You ASAP, but I’ve read and adored most of the featured books you picked. Aesthetically speaking, I’m living for that green stack, but I don’t know if I could pick a favorite of the featured books – probably either Nevernight or The Raven Boys.

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    • Nerd Narration says:

      Awww <3! You're so nice to say all that, Destiny!! I sincerely appreciate all the feedback because photography is definitely a skill I don't feel I possess so I'm loving everyone's opinions on what does/doesn't work! Let me know if you get to Far From You, I'd love to know what you think. And I really need to get to TRB asap. I've been dragging on that series for years!!

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    • Nerd Narration says:

      Thank you, Kathy! Some of them didn’t turn out like I was expecting, but I think it accomplished what I was going for. I’m actually doing a Nevernight reread/buddy read with J.W. Martin starting next week if you want to join our Kristoff party! lol

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