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It's Pride Month Again!
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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....
What PRIDE means to me as an author
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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...
Author Spotlight: Jeanne G'Fellers
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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 Submits to the Rainbow Awards
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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.
Happy Pride Month!
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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...