Ah, summer...time for fun in the sun, vacations, and (of course!) settling in with a cold drink and a good book.
Here are all our new and upcoming releases. Load up your favorite e-reader or a big bag of physical copies to take along wherever you go!
Every Time We Meet, by A.M. Leibowitz
Heidi’s life may be a complicated balancing act between work, her kids, and a messy relationship with her ex. But all that...
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June is Pride Month, so get your reading game on with some of our best titles to represent a rainbow of people!
Aromantic: Minuet, by A.M. Leibowitz
Asexual: Endless Days of Summer, by Stacy O’Steen
Bisexual: Unbound, by Adrian J. Smith
Several recent “discussions” (I use that term loosely) have popped up regarding use of singular they in a book. Yes, again. Honestly, it’s a bit tiring because these conversations rarely involve those of us who use either singular they or neopronouns. More than once, I’ve seen nonbinary folks with some internalized antagonism.
The biggest conversations seem to involve telling nonbinary people that our pronouns are confusing, strange, contrived, tricky, or unnatural. Funnily enough, I rarely see a discussion commenting on how writing about a same-gender couple is “confusing.” When it does happen, it’s...
Here’s what reviewers had to say about our March and April new releases!
"Heck yeah, Claire Lance! This was on another level of awesome simply because Lance is a free woman now, doing what she does best.” -XR
"Did I enjoy this book? Yes
Would I read more by this author? Yes” -Cathy Geha
"I started reading this series about 8 years ago and it still holds a special place in my...
This question arose for a number of reasons. First, some big-name authors were discussing this on social media because they’d been sent pretty hateful messages about their work. Some readers seem to think that it’s not a real, live human being behind a book and that they are welcome to rant at them for perceived flaws. One big-name author in particular mentioned how hurtful it was to read that kind of angry private message.
Second, there’s been ongoing talk about whether or not it’s polite to correct people’s spelling, grammar, and punctuation in...