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September Reviews Round-Up

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If you haven't read any of our spring/summer releases, hopefully these reviews will persuade you to give something a try.

May Releases:

In the mood for men who love men (and women)? New adult romance An Act of Devotion by A.M. Leibowitz (May 1) features contemporary bisexual issues.

"I fell in love with this book as soon as I started reading it! The characters are well developed and totally believable! You want these two to get their issues straightened out and get together! I will definitely be reading more from A.M in the future!!" -

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Supposed Crimes NaNoWriMo Pregame - Inspirational Women in Stock Art

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Yes, we're shameless. Yes, there are too many white women in these photographs. National Novel Writing Month is coming up and we've got 50,000 words to go. Inspiration has to come from somewhere. Supposed Crimes is famous for its lesbian novels, but could use a few more.
These ladies need stories.
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(She looks like Yara from Game of Thrones, doesn't she? Is it just me?)

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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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