Which queer romance novel should you read in February?


This February, celebrate that love IS NOT a lie by reading a queer romance novel. Don’t know where to start? I got you. Take this quiz, and it will match you with a great queer romance book. Maybe you’re destined for a royal romance between a long-lost princess and the private detective who’s been hired to find her. Or is a frenemy of lovers teenage romance between a basketball player and a cheerleader more your style? Perhaps a lesbian fairy tale story set in the snowy winter wilderness? Or something else entirely? Play to find out!



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Casey

Known in some internet circles as Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian, Casey Stepaniuk is a writer and librarian with an MA in English Literature. She writes regularly for riot book and Inside Vancouver on LGBTQ2IA+ and/or bookish topics as well as a monthly queer book column at Autostraddle titled Ask Your Friendly Neighborhood Lesbrarian. Subjects and activities close to his heart include cats, bisexuality, libraries, queer (Canadian) literature, running and drinking tea. She manages the site Casey the canadian lesbian, where you can find queer Canadian book reviews, Ask Your Friendly Neighborhood Lesbrarian archives, and other queer book stuff. Find it on Twitter, Good reads, Facebookand tumblr.

Casey wrote 81 articles for us.

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