problems of a book nerd

As a gay woman, I just really wish I could read more stories about women in love with other women. I wish I had grown up being able to go to the bookstore and pick out a book about a girl who falls in love with another girl and it being completely okay. I still need books like that. Fluffy lesbian stories along with heartbreaking ones, ones that are complicated and gut-wrenching and real. I want to open books that I can see myself in, that I can relate to on a different level.

Because honestly, the endless mountain of straight-person fiction isn’t really cutting it for me anymore. 

eveRY SINGLE FUCKING TIME

Originally posted by samisoffthewall

Some People Just Don't Understand
  • Friend: Why are you smiling so big?
  • Me: This damn book.
  • *five minutes later*
  • Friend: Holy shit, why are you crying?
  • Me: This damn book.
  • *five minutes later*
  • Me: *screams in horror*
  • Friend: What? What's wrong?
  • Me: This damn book.
  • Me: *turns the page*
  • Me: *laughs hysterically*
  • Friend: GOD FUCKING--
Fangirl Problem #15

That waiting period after an anime or series has finished and you don’t know what to do with yourself. 

Originally posted by ffs-janiel

If you should delve into the fanfiction world to live in that universe just a little bit longer. (It helps if you want some smut and fluff filled reads…)

Originally posted by expressivedolphin

If you should find another fandom to visit for the time being.

Originally posted by yourreactiongifs

Or even if you should revisit another past fling of a fandom to rediscover that love. (Step aside, veteran fangirl coming through)

Originally posted by phantuber

Sometimes fandom breakups breaks are hard to get over. But when is the right time to get into another fandom? 

Originally posted by wickedchrissy

PERSON: I hate reading, books are so boring

ME:

Originally posted by yourreactiongifs