F/F Recommendations & TBR for SapphicAThon

Hello, hello bookish people!

Can you believe we’re at the last month of the year?

Like the next bookish person, I’m also catching up on my reading before 2017 ends.

Thus I have decided to join SapphicAThon, a readathon focusing on F/F books. My current WIP features a group of queer girls finding love so I thought it was timely to read up on F/F romances.

I have read quite a few great ones before so I’m going to share them just in case you guys are interested in joining SapphicAThon or just reading more F/F books.


My first recommendation is under the lights by Dahlia Adler which is my fave F/F book of all time. I love Van and Brianna in the story, but also just look at the kissing girls on the cover. Enough said.

Side note that Dahlia Adler also has an F/F New Adult book called Out On Good Behavior and I bet it’s fabulous.

Next up is everything leads to you by Nina LaCour which I read recently and really enjoyed. Must read for film enthusiasts and must have for your F/F TBR.

I also loved Girls Made Of Snow And Glass which is a 2017 release. I have a full review here on the blog so check that out but basically, this one is great because of the feminist themes, the reimagining of frozen and the F/F romance.

I also recommend Spinning, a queer graphic novel memoir about ice skater Tillie Walden, as well as the heartbreaking New York Times Bestseller This Is Where It Ends.


While you guys check all those books out, I’ll be reading these books.

Thanks to my friend JM of Book Freak Revelations for reminding me to add 10 Things I Can See From Here to my F/F TBR when we hung out over the weekend.

I also have Flywheel which was sent to me by Hardie Grant Egmont and is Aussie YA.

I started reading both a while back but put it down so I hope I get to finish reading this time around.

I also wanna read Not Other Wise Specified by Hannah Moskowitz and Little And Lion by Brandy Colbert which look like really awesome diverse reads.

Finally, I’m hoping to read Echo After Echo, which you might have seen on my BookExpo haul video. I didn’t realize it was F/F at the time but since I found out, I’ve been so excited to read it.

I also have some more F/F books on my kindle app and I’ll be sharing those on another blog post but for my physical TBR, those are the five books I’ll be reading for SapphicAThon.

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Thanks for watching my video. And as always, stay bookish.

Will you also be joining SapphicAThon? Let me know what you’re reading in the comments!

Hazel @ Stay Bookish

Hazel Ureta is an advocate of stories. She is the blogger and Editor-In-Chief of Stay Bookish because she loves talking about books. She enjoys reading Young Adult novels the most and writes them too.
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  1. Lovely Joy Potter on December 25, 2017 at 1:38 pm

    F/F books are 💖💖💖 Thanks for recommendations!!!

  2. Maureen Hoffman Wehmeier on December 25, 2017 at 4:35 pm

    As a MS ELAR teacher, it is important for me to stay up to date with the books that feature “my” students. They are more likely to read when they “see” themselves within the pages.

  3. Emily Francis on December 25, 2017 at 6:03 pm

    Great book to add to our ESL library collection!

  4. Rafael Ray Borja on December 26, 2017 at 12:48 am

    Planning to check out F/F Books. I think, I’ll try to get some recommendations from you. Great video btw!

  5. Prags on December 26, 2017 at 12:58 am

    Thanks for the recs, Hazel! I definitely need more f/f reads! :)

  6. Taiwo on December 26, 2017 at 5:45 am

    Thanks for the recommendations!! I need more f/f books on my TBR!!

  7. Sam Fowler on December 26, 2017 at 8:07 am


  8. jonna kristina on December 26, 2017 at 9:10 am

    I really want to make an effort to read more f/f in 2018!

  9. Rebecca on December 26, 2017 at 11:24 pm

    I loved Everything Leads To You , one of my favourites! I read The Flywheel last week and enjoyed it. Off to read your review of Girls Made of Snow and Glass – sounds great. Happy reading, Hazel!

  10. Borntoreadbooks on December 27, 2017 at 2:46 am

    Interesting recommendations

  11. Megan S. on December 27, 2017 at 2:50 pm

    Some great recs here!

  12. Lia on December 28, 2017 at 8:33 am

    I also loved Girls Made of Glass and Snow! Great recommendations!

  13. Amanda on December 30, 2017 at 3:15 pm

    Love your recommendations — many books I haven’t heard of.
    I read This is Where It Ends earlier this year, and though well-written, it was heart shattering.

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