A review by readinggrrl
The Letter Q: Queer Writers' Notes to their Younger Selves by Sarah Moon


Uplifting letters from authors to their younger selves. These letters cover everything from self-acceptance, keep pursuing your dream because it will happen, to stop being a bully and hanging out in parks at night. For every kid who thought they were weird, different or didn't know where they fit in this shows that it does indeed get better. I also like the idea of writing to yourself, one of the authors actually wrote a letter to his older self when he was 13 then stumbled upon it later and used it when writing his piece in this book. What an amazing find and what a great idea. To see where you are in 10-20-30 years and look back on what you thought was important to ask at that time.