This is the opposite of a problem.
TO DREAM THE IMPOSSIBLE DREAM
The best bit was he tweeted Waterstones and politely asked them to let him out.
No-one from Waterstones was on their Twitter account at that time of night, but half of London was still awake and soon after #WaterstonesTexan and #FreetheWaterstones1 were trending across the city. The police were notified and managed to let him out before midnight :D
They’ve also compiled a reading list for their future locked-in clients
This is the best thing I’ve heard all day.
The compiling of the reading list for locked in clients is perhaps the best thing about this.
Some fantasy and science fiction books with bisexual, pansexual, or otherwise multisexual protagonists.
Also, I swear that every time I make one of these I forget something. This time it was In the Vanishers’ Palace by Aliette de Bodard. It’s awesome, go read it.
If you want more queer science fiction and fantasy, you can visit my queer SFF database.
I’m not transcribing all the text, but you can find the titles, authors, information on TW, etc beneath the cut.
When possible, I’m linking to my database of queer books. The page for each book includes the synopsis, content warnings under spoiler tags, and links to reviews from queer readers.