This is the first post in a new monthly series giving the mic to our authors. Jeanne G'Fellers is the author of the recently-released Surrogate. Check out Jeanne's interview, and then go check out the book!
How and why did you chose your genre?
Writing Sci-Fi came naturally to me. I spent my early childhood watching the original Star Trek television series with my father, our bookshelves were filled with Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, and my mother is a librarian so I spent my young summers in...
It's June, and that means it's Pride Month! To celebrate, here are some awesome books you may want to check out! Many of these are also #OwnVoices, written by people who identify the same or similarly to the main character.
Adieu, Warm Sunshine by C.E. Case
I love this book. It's smart, inttriguing, and features a dancer as one of the protagonists. What could be better?
Underdogs by Geonn Cannon
If you like a little mystery, a little...
Although we only had one new release in May, other books continue to earn rave reviews.
Breaking Anchor, by Geonn Cannon, released March 1. It's a terrific enemies-to-lovers story with plenty of humor, heartache, and heat. The women at the center of the novel are both strong and strong-willed. Tags: f/f, lesbian, grief
"Geonn Cannon does an incredible job of making me laugh and making me cry. An amazing story." -Jessica, Amazon review
In case you missed it, this month's new release is Nightsong by A.M. Leibowitz:
Nate Kingsley is a master at messing up. Out of jealousy, he outed his best friend in a public and embarrassing way. Now he’s doing his best to make up for his crimes, but it’s left him empty and frustrated, unfulfilled even by his career as an opera singer and creative director. He enters an unsatisfying relationship he keeps hidden from his closest friends. When that...
We're a week into NaNoWriMo already. Whether you're a seasoned NaNo Pro or a shy newbie, I hope it's going well for you. You'll need time in between writing sessions to relax with a good book.
November's new releases are both filed under gay fiction, but they both stray from the usual expectations:
Walking by Faith, by A. M. Leibowitz, features a queer person of faith on a journey toward hope and healing. If you enjoy spiritual themes without the preaching, people who exist outside the gender binaries, and non-traditional love stories, maybe this...