With a focus on a range of lesbian and bisexual books, including an occasional lesbian romance, The Lesbrary provides reviews and highly detailed link roundups of news and reviews. Round-up links could be useful in picking out that new favorite. They make an effort to review books that feature marginalized story people, e.g. people of color and disabled people.
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The Lesbrary is a book blog all about les/bi/etc books. Yes, this often means lesbian books (hence the name), but includes anything in the broad “doesn’t identify as a man and is at least some of the time attracted romantically and/or sexually to others who do not identify as a man” category. Lesbrary books don’t have to be written by a queer author, though it helps. The Lesbrary is mostly made up of reviews of les/bi/etc books, but also has features like Link Round Ups (a collection of all the latest les/bi/etc lit news and reviews) and guest posts.