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December release

Lauren Bell

Somehow December is already here! Coming out this month, we have the fourth book in Adrian J. Smith’s Missing Persons series called Alone & Lonely. Read more here:

A missing baby, a boss with a vendetta, and a case to solve.

Grace is thrown into chaos when her life seems to fall apart. She’s been handed her biggest case yet and must work with Homicide Detective Link Abrams in order to solve it. As Peter prepares to go back to seminary and Kit prepares for graduation, Grace must face the...

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NaNoWriMo 2022

Lauren Bell

National Novel Writing Month is here and already almost over! NaNoWriMo began in 1999, and serves to encourage writers to pen 50,000 words in 30 days. Several Supposed Crimes authors have participated in this community-centered event, including Geonn Cannon, C.E. Case, and Adrian J. Smith, to name a few. Many of our writers got their start with NaNoWriMo - even Supposed Crimes wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for the nonprofit! NaNoWriMo was the inspiration for this publishing company, which is now home to dozens of different authors and hundreds of unique books. 

NaNoWriMo doesn’t just...

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November Releases

Lauren Bell

November is fast approaching, and with it brings not one but TWO highly anticipated sequels from Supposed Crimes! From author Dan Ackerman comes the second book in the Sunshine and Specter Paranormal Detective Agency, a paranormal tale perfectly fitting for the upcoming autumn nights. If you’re looking for something a bit more steamy to cozy up with and read, Lara Zielinsky is bringing us the sequel to We Three, a m|f|f polyamorous love story. Read more about the books here:


A Lady Who Knows...

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The Future of Classics

Lauren Bell classics YA literature

To Kill a Mockingbird. 1984. Lord of the Flies. Fahrenheit 451. You’ve probably read them in your middle or high school English classes, maybe even several times. These are just a few of the numerous books we consider to be classics today, worthy of a place on everyone’s bookshelves as we reread and discuss them in book clubs and classes time and time again. So what about these books makes them worthy of being timeless classics? What do they all have in common that makes us...

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Some Thoughts on NCOD

Lauren Bell coming out NCOD queer history

Tuesday, October 11th, marks National Coming Out Day (NCOD) here in the US! It was first celebrated in 1988 on the one year anniversary of the National March on Washington for Gay and Lesbian Rights. When faced with harassment, rather than responding negatively LGBT rights activists responded with NCOD to share positivity and celebration within the community and those around. In 1990 the group behind the day merged their efforts with the Human Rights Campaign and has been partnered with them ever since. Today, it’s not only celebrated in the United States but in a few other countries...

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