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It’s that time of year again, when we talk about one of my favorite things: LGBTQIA+ people proudly owning who we are. This is a particularly meaningful year as we commemorate the 50th anniversary of the riots at the Stonewall.
This month, we’re featuring a range of books with main characters who identify all across the rainbow:
Are you looking for a great new read? We’ve got you covered.
First, check out these awesome reviews for The Things That Come, by Dan Ackerman:
"While a list hardly does justice to the superbly crafted mix of elements, here are some of the issues represented: mental illness, homophobia, racism, bigotry, self harm, single parenthood, sex work, religion, and disability. Ackerman does a marvelous job working these themes into the fabric of the characters and into their storylines.” -...
One of the things that makes publishing a challenge is bringing great books to people at an affordable cost. This is always a tricky balance because if the books sell at too low a price point, the publisher takes a loss and often can’t afford to remain open. This has happened to countless small presses as the cost of publishing rises and sales dip.
It can be disappointing to see a favorite author’s new release at a price out of reach because everyone’s been hit so hard in our economy. We all have...
If you’re looking for a book you can enjoy in small portions, then you’ll enjoy this new collection of lesbian short stories: Bite Sized.
Sweet, funny, heartbreaking, and fantastical, there's a little something for everyone in here. You won’t want to miss out.
Burgers by the Beverlys - Beverly Keegan and Beverly Paris - Early and Bev - are the owners of BURGERS BY THE BEVERLYS, one of the hottest food trucks in Seattle. When another burger truck appears in their territory, the new...
The rise in popularity of audiobooks is a great thing. Books we love are now more accessible to a wider audience. As someone who often prefers listening to reading, I’ve relied on my phone to read to me. Obviously this does not provide the nuances of having a live human do it and is less than idea.
Fortunately, many of my favorite authors offer audiobooks, and my library has a wide selection. Unfortunately, this doesn’t always include my favorite smaller-press and indie authors, as fewer have audio available.
This got me...