September 1st, 2017

andrew potter

2017 Rainbow Awards Submission: Magic & Mayhem: Fiction and Essays Celebrating LGBTQA Romance

Samantha Derr, Amanda Jean, and Nicole Kimberling Magic & Mayhem: Fiction and Essays Celebrating LGBTQA Romance
LGBT - Anthology / Collection / Fantasy
Paperback: 356 pages
Publisher: GRNW Press (September 6, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1535585374
ISBN-13: 978-1535585378
Amazon: Samantha Derr, Amanda Jean, and Nicole Kimberling Magic & Mayhem: Fiction and Essays Celebrating LGBTQA Romance

Everyone deserves to see themselves in stories, to see themselves get a happy ending. For the past few years, Gay Romance Northwest (GRNW) has helped to see those stories reach more of the LGBTQ community, and gain traction in libraries and beyond. Furthering that goal is this collection of new fiction and essays, including information on how to get LGBT books in libraries, letters from authors sharing their personal reflections on writing, essays about why positive and happy queer books are so important, and short stories about tattooists, soldiers, mages, and cyborgs that span the LGBTQ spectrum and show that love has no bounds. This anthology includes never-before-published short stories by Josh Lanyon, Karelia Stetz-Waters, Ginn Hale, Megan Derr, Dev Bentham, Alex Powell, EJ Russell and Austin Chant. Contributed essays include works by Radclyffe, Rick R. Reed, Jordan Castillo Price, Rose Christo, and EE Ottoman. We welcome you to join the celebration and Read with Pride with us!



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2017 Rainbow Awards Submission: Dana Alison Levy This Would Make a Good Story Someday

Dana Alison Levy This Would Make a Good Story Someday
LGBT - Young Adult
Age Range: 9 - 12 years
Grade Level: 4 - 7
Lexile Measure: 0860 (What's this?)
Hardcover: 320 pages
Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers (May 16, 2017)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 110193817X
ISBN-13: 978-1101938171
Amazon: Dana Alison Levy This Would Make a Good Story Someday

From the author of The Misadventures of the Family Fletcher comes an epic cross-country train trip for fans of Dan Santat’s Are We There Yet? and Geoff Rodkey’s The Tapper Twins. Pack your suitcase and climb on board with the Johnston-Fischer family.

Sara Johnston-Fischer loves her family, of course. But that doesn’t mean she’s thrilled when her summer plans are upended for a surprise cross-country train trip with her two moms, Mimi and Carol; her younger sister, Ladybug; her older sister, Laurel; and Laurel’s poncho-wearing activist boyfriend, Root. And to make matters worse, one of her moms is writing a tell-all book about the trip . . . and that means allllll, every ridiculous and embarrassing moment of Sara’s life.

Sara finds herself crisscrossing the country with a gaggle of wild Texans. As they travel from New Orleans to Chicago to the Grand Canyon and beyond, Sara finds herself changing along with the landscape outside the train windows. And she realizes that she just might go home reinvented.



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2017 Rainbow Awards Submission: Vicktor Alexander Life Is Not A Musical (Woodstock Love)

Vicktor Alexander Life Is Not A Musical (Woodstock Love)
Bisexual - Erotic Romance
ISBN# MLR-1-02017-0781 (ebook) $6.99
Release Date August 2017
Length: (*) 70,000 words

When Nathaniel "Than" Kelly is told to uncover and report on the secrets in widowed billionaire, viral sensation, single dad, Dominic Montgomery's closet on why he's so hell bent in giving his daughter the world, he doesn't expect to lose his heart in the process; but it may be too late to earn forgiveness of a man who has already experienced loss and betrayal.

Widowed, billionaire father, Dominic Montgomery would do anything to make his daughter, Vienna, smile. Whether it's taking her to see Taylor Swift in concert every time she's close to Woodstock to dressing up in a tutu and dancing in her ballet recital to singing Disney songs anywhere... anytime. He's doing everything he can to be the perfect father. Even if that means pretending he's in a Disney movie, the handsome prince in search of his princess. There's just one problem.

Dominic's bisexuality. It's a secret he was planning to take to his grave, but his wife discovered it and it caused her death. But when word gets out about his "Musical Day" and undercover reporter Than Kelly arrives, Dominic falls... HARD. But, can he put aside his guilt to find his own happily-ever-after with the man who may just be his fairytale come true, or will he allow it to rule him forever?



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