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While we’re still in this phase of social distancing, isolation, and quarantine, we all need things to keep our minds occupied. To that end, here are Supposed Crimes’ fabulous April and May books.
First, if you’re in the mood for futuristic heroes and villains, you can check out Agent Phoenix by Christopher Michael Carter. There are a lot of fight scenes, so go into this with your battle armor on.
The temperatures and the leaves are finally beginning to turn. That means more time indoors, under a pile of fluffy blankets, reading.
This is well-written and absorbing. Whether or not the characters are exactly likable is up to reader interpretations,...
For this month's wrap-up, I'd like to offer a huge Supposed Crimes welcome—complete with glitter and rainbow streamers—to Leigh Vining.
Her debut novel, The Power of Two, is earning some great reviews. Check them out!
I was intrigued by the blurb for The Power of Two. I think it was the idea of Nick hopping a train that really did it. I’ve never seen that in a romance before and I wanted to see how it played out. I wasn’t disappointed. -Kenna, Read more →
It's the time of year when all the Pride flags fly. Time to celebrate with some awesomely awesome queer reads! Over on Twitter, be sure to check out #PrideReads for some ideas and to share your own favorite LGBTQIA+ books.
If you're looking for some great reads, you can check out some from our catalog. Here's a few to get you started:
Geonn Cannon has an entire body of fantastic books in multiple genres....
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...