It's been a heck of a year! We're winding down, getting ready for 2019 and whatever it has in store for us. Here's a look back at some of the great stuff.
We released ten new titles in various genres, including an anthology:
Can You Hear Me? by Geonn Cannon (February)
Surrogate: Hunted (Surrogate #2), by Jeanne G'Fellers (March)
Crimson Realm, by Brandon L. Summers (April)
With UPSTAGED! less than a week from release, I've had the pleasure of interviewing some of the authors. Up today is Sonni de Soto, an author who is knew to me. Her story in the anthology features a burlesque dancer splitting her time between her job in politics and her life on stage.
What is the hardest part of writing?
Finding the time. Even when you desperately want to be writing, there seems to always be something pulling you away from your stories: work,...
Happy July! While most of you all have already had your Pride celebrations, my city's isn't until the end of this month. So I get to celebrate for twice as long, and I plan to enjoy it!
We have a couple of books out this month that I'm really excited about. First, Geonn Cannon's latest, Kennel Club, released yesterday. For those of you keeping track at home, this is book 7 in his Underdogs series. You won't want to...
In case you missed it, be sure to check out our April new release, Crimson Realm, by Brandon L. Summers. Set in the same universe as Quiet Shy, this novel features heroic women saving the world and taking out zombies.
There's still another day to pre-order Geonn Cannon's Appetizers, a collection of short works. There's something in here to delight anyone who enjoys bite-size stories about women loving women. Fans of the author...
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This weekend, we were thrilled to announce our call for submissions for a new anthology: Upstaged: queer women in performing arts. This is a project close to my heart as someone who has been on stage as a symphony violinist for the majority of my life and with two children in the arts.
The idea was born after a friend had the opportunity to appear in The Vagina Monologues. As a result, she created a...