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5 Places You Can Visit in Supposed Crimes Books

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Oh the places you can go...

Like the American Southwest.  

Follow lesbian outlaw hero Claire Lance through Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, and Nevada. Book One, Tilting at Windmills, is a Rainbow Awards and Golden Crown Literary Society finalist by prolific Geonn Cannon. 

Claire Lance is on the run. For the past year, she has kept on the move, keeping her head down, keeping out of trouble. Until she reaches a tiny town in Texas and trouble finally corners her. Forced to take action to save another woman’s life, she suddenly...

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A. M. Leibowitz's New Novel, "Passing on Faith," Available November 1

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MATTHEWS, NC (November 1, 2015) -- A. M. Leibowitz's new novel, "Passing on Faith," tells the story of Micah Forbes, a man looking for peace in summer surroundings. He meets Cat, who takes him on a journey of faith, courage, and love. 

Janice Birnie of Divine Magazine writes, "[This book] is a very dark place to visit, particularly in the first quarter of the book. Persisting beyond the darkness is well worth the trip, however, and this beautifully written book is something to be savoured." 

Available in Print and eBook at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and...

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A.M. Leibowitz Highlights Bisexual Erasure in Article

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Over at Bitopia, author A. M. Leibowitz discusses bisexual erasure and classification issues for bisexual charactesrs in straight or gay works.

If I want to read queer lit, I want to know it fits in that category, even if it’s space cowboy or urban fantasy or dystopian futuristic or sweet romance. My issue, though, is all the people being rendered invisible by categorizing something based on which two people are in a relationship. Bi erasure happens when we label books as “gay” or “lesbian.” Those are identities, not romantic pairing labels. A bisexual man is not automatically gay because he’s...

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