Help me show this newcomer to BL some love, please?

Reblogged from: Grimlock ♥ Inhumans

Here she is.   I like to keep up with people who are amazing, and who read what I don’t read.   So far, this looks like another booklover, who reads what I don’t. Basically: looks amazing, I get to keep up with another genre/more genres, while reading what I love most.    I’m not searching out the group, because I’ve already procrastinated on my mid-term long enough.  I need to disconnect from the net and get actually working on this.   But it turns out I hate Python soooooo much!

 

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