It’s not often that I go and see a film that I know absolutely nothing about, but when I saw that Call Me By Your Name had been nominated for various big awards (including Best Film, Best Actor, and Best Adapted Screenplay at the Oscars), I wanted to see what the fuss was about. It came out a while ago but it was showing in my local theatre where they often show films that didn’t have a wide release, so I had to take the opportunity to see it!
I wasn’t sure at first what I’d think of it at first because I didn’t know anything about it, but I ended up really enjoying it! Here are my thoughts…
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Do you celebrate Valentine’s Day? Whether you celebrate it or not, you can’t miss it! It’s a week until the big day (or the unimportant day, depending on how you see it) and the gifts are filling the shops, people are desperately trying to find something for their loved ones, and a lot of people are wondering how they got to yet another Valentine’s Day as a singleton.
For me, Valentine’s Day is and never has been a big thing, like, at all. I’ve never celebrated it (maybe because there’s never been someone to celebrate it with). However, this year, I’m taking part in a fun Valentine’s-themed blog hop with a few other lovely book bloggers! We’re going to share our own themed collections of books that all relate to Valentine’s Day.
I’ve decided to focus my collection on LGBT YA books. As an LGBT person whose favourites books are YA, I love to find a great YA book that features perfectly-represented LGBT characters. So, I’m going to share a few of the books that are on my TBR list. All of these books have so much praise and I can’t wait to read them all!