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...
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....
I'm going to get a little personal here as I wrap up our Pride-themed month. I hope many of you were able to attend festivities (or will be able to; in my city, Pride is next month).
When I began writing seriously in 2013, I had no intention of publishing. I just wrote a novel to see if I could, thanks to National Novel Writing Month. I ended up with 50k words of what would be my first published book. It wasn't meant to be LGBTQIA+-themed, either. Let me tell you, I was...
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...
Supposed Crimes has just nominated its 2016-2017 catalog for the 2017 Rainbow Awards. This is a great opportunity for books that were overlooked by reads to get new recognition. Several books this year are deeply literary -- others are fun genre romps. Fingers crossed everybody!
The submissions go with a donation to Time Out Youth, a local charity here in North Carolina.
One nomination this year is free to read right now: Seoul Circuit, by Tamara Boyens.