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fiction (595), genre fiction (488), straight author (370), white people (353), ebook (346), female author (343), male protagonist (341), speculative fiction (323), American author (312), love story (303), fantasy (280), family (266), queer (261), LGBTQ (261), passes the Bechdel Test (255), strong women (249), romance (243), kissing book (237), male author (236), magic (233), white American author (231), Europe (228), female protagonist (228), relationships (227), trauma (208), North America (198), America (197), realistic fiction (185), gay (179), queer romance (174), magic users (165), friendship (158), whoa! we've got color (156), Gryffindor (155), animals (143), gay romance (142), whitewash (141), siblings (140), politics (138), fathers (137), adventure (137), m/m (136), England (132), badass protagonist (130), Slytherin (129), nerds (129), mothers (127), sons (121), 21st century (121), queer author (121), Hufflepuff (120), poetic magic (116), 19th century (115), islands (114), YA (113), internal magic (112), badass women (111), high fantasy (110), Britain (109), bisexual characters (108), children's literature (107), feminist (107), Ravenclaw (106), nonfiction (106), honor (105), historical romance (102), history (102), you can't have fun if your parents aren't dead (101), scientific magic (97), fathers and sons (96), I displayed adaptability (94), humor (94), medieval (93), competence porn (92), warrior women (92), mothers and sons (88), violence (87), unread (87), power of snark (87), brothers (86), ARC (84), monsters (84), war (84), external magic (83), fantasy Europe (83), British author (82), daughters (82), ambiguously medieval fantasy (82), historical fiction (81), bromance (81), I have a plan but you won't like it (80), lesbian (79), orphans (79), brothers and sisters (78), found family (78), mentors (77), 20th century (76), magic is hard work (75), racism (74), waistcoats (74), angst (74), cities (73), English author (72), survivor (72), quests (72), London (72), queer people exist (71), storage (71), smut (70), revenge (69), BFFs (69), dogs (69), pack (68), m/f (68), geeks with guns (68), sexism (67), contemporary romance (67), witches (66), gender (66), immortals (65), signed (64), New York (62), cool magic systems (62), race (61), grief (61), mothers and daughters (61), daring escapes (60), middle school aged (60), wicked relatives (60), wizards (60), bisexual author (60), fashion (59), fathers and daughters (58), supreme badasses (58), birds (58), cats (58), I have a cunning plan (58), bookworms (57), baa baa black sheep (57), graphic novels (56), duels (56), straight romance (56), gal pals (55), Victorian (55), diplomacy (55), cinnamon rolls (55), bisexual romance (55), death (54), gods (54), femininity (52), curses (51), spunky lass (51), animal companion (51), lovable grumps (51), queer smut (50), Jedi mind tricks (49), once and future fangirl (49), queer historical romance (49), PTSD (49), gay smut (49), horror (49), mystery (48), Good versus Evil (48), interfering gods (47), mind the age gap (47), sexual assault (47), favorites (47), talking animals (47), Black American author (47), cops (46), alternate worlds (46), novella (46), fantasy romance (46), betrayal (46), Black Americans (45), science fiction (45), New York City (45), badass bookworm (45), masculinity (45), gay wizards (45), enslavement (44), Locus winners and nominees (44), princes (44), dragons (44), scars (44), rogues (44), swashbuckling (43), ghosts (43), princesses (43), knights (42), comfort books (42), Hufflepuff/Slytherin (42), private investigators (42), monster hunters (41), colonialism (41), formative (41), elves (41), kidnapping (41), magic training (40), I'm not crying! (40), abuse (40), Gryffindor/Slytherin (40), Faerie (39), culture (39), coming of age (39), ain't it cool (39), detectives (39), shapeshifters (39), Africa/n Diaspora (39), thieves (39), historical fantasy (39), queer historical fantasy romance (39), fairies (39), Strong Female Characters (39), pintsize powerhouse (38), API author (38), uncles (38), fiber arts (38), I am KING! (38), genre savvy (37), dag I amaze and astonish (37), US history (37), religion (37), daddy issues (37), enslaved (37), characters I overidentify with (36), Ravenclaw/Gryffindor (36), grandparents (36), Asia (36), Chosen One (36), historical paranormal romance (36), historical nonfiction (36), intrigue (36), hurt/comfort (35), goddesses (35), events I worked (35), homophobia (35), apprentices (34), disability (34), disapproving honorable guy (34), otp (34), twins (34), short fiction (34), elements (34), are we still cops? (34), started (34), reference (34), f/f (33), I don't want to want what I want but I want it (33), magic council (33), sexy power mammal companion/animal representation (33), magic swords (33), authors I know (33), horses (33), appropriative elements (33), us against the world (32), folklore (32), torture (32), wolves (32), Seelie and Unseelie (32), tricksters (31), bullying (31), disguise (31), how can we crack the case with all of this sexual tension? (31), spies (31), all stories are true (31), wicked aristocracy (31), sex (30), banned/challenged (30), magical law enforcement (30), demons (30), children (30), urban fantasy (30), beautiful (30), comic books (30), gay Victorian spooky paranormal romance how is there more than one book in this tag (30), sisters (30), tattoos (30), lesbian romance (30), Regency romance (29), plot twist! (29), monster of the week (29), former sex workers (29), bisexuality (29), Jewish characters (29), forest (29), birth control (29), alpha (29), BBYA (29), California (29), assigned in college (29), mental illness (29), Latinxs (29), high school aged (28), food (28), Regency (28), voyages (28), Ravenclaw/Hufflepuff (28), mama bear (28), trans author (28)
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A propos de ma bibliothèque
Mostly fantasy, queer and/or feminist romance, anti-imperialist history, and knitting reference books. Tags are very spoilery, and many are very old and need reworking.
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