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Pride Reads - name fav YA LGBTQ > 26 - If you wrote yourself in a novel, what kind of character would you be?

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message 1: by Kaje (new)

Kaje Harper | 16811 comments 26 - If you wrote yourself in a novel, what kind of character would you be?


message 2: by Kaje (new)

Kaje Harper | 16811 comments Me? I'm the mom. Hopefully the cool mom, but more likely the nerdy, over enthusiastic but understanding mom :)


message 3: by Iamshadow (new)

Iamshadow | 334 comments Autistic, messed-up, magic. :D


message 4: by Rez (new)

Rez Delnava (rez_delnava) It depends on which me we're talking about, and which genre.

Fantasy or Sci-fi: I am Prince A'Rezain (a personae I invented as a teen as a coping mechanism), noble but isolated from his family, with his brand in hand, he leads a band of outcast teenagers.

Everything else, I'm just Curtis; an old soul who refuses to grow up, but is always there for heartfelt advice.


message 5: by Stuart (new)

Stuart Mcgrigor | 1 comments Hyper-empathetic With ASD; throw in completey confused because He wants to be Bi but everything is telling him he’s gotta be Gay or Straight…. He’s desperate to explore feelings and desires but doesn’t want to be creepy- and the hyper-means hee doesn’t know what to do


message 6: by Terrence (new)

Terrence  | 5 comments Probably the boy / man next door that the main character notices when it's almost too late. :-)


message 7: by Kaje (new)

Kaje Harper | 16811 comments All these books need to get written... <3


Isha &#x1f644;✋&#x1f3fe; | 2 comments I would want to be that overconfident fan favorite side character or the unnecessarily hit villain


message 9: by Nicolás (new)

Nicolás | 2 comments The anxious, gay, introverted guy who watches it all unfold in the distance. It pretty much depends on the book I'm reading, but that would be the core of the character haha.
I always imagine how everything would play out at the end of the book for that character, or how the characters would end up being introduced once it's all over.


message 10: by K.S. (new)

K.S. Trenten (cauldronkeeper) | 88 comments Something of me usually is in my novels and novellas, both the good and the bad. My villains and antagonists can be cautionary tales for myself. (wry grin)


message 11: by Mere (new)

Mere Rain | 65 comments The friend who is supportive but sighs a lot over how dumb everyone is being. Here with snacks and bad advice.


message 12: by Willow (new)

Willow (Taylor's version) | 2 comments Honestly? Annoying side character whose jokes mostly land flat.


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