Tagged Pride


Illustrating Queer Characters Biffy & Lyall by Ace Artemis

Ace Artemis is a stalwart of the fan art community who has been particularly kind to my queer characters. In honor of Pride month, Gentle Reader, I’m featuring Ace’s work here in my blog. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Follow Ace Artemis on Twitter & Tumblr First up? Biffy & […]

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Dear Lord Akeldama: Choosing a Lover & Raising Teen Girls

Please welcome the gentleman vampire back to my blog this week, Gentle Reader. As always Lord Akeldama may not give you the answer you wish, he always gives the question the answer it deserves. (If you asked him a question and do not see the answer, it is always possible he has answered it before.) […]

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Gail Carriger interviews Rhys Ford about Black Dog Blues

This months book pick is Black Dog Blues by Rhys Ford. This is a great urban fantasy with some fast paced action, stellar world building, and lovable (if snarky) characters. I invited Rhys round for a visit, so we could get to know her, and her book, a little better. About you, the Author! Tea or coffee and […]

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20 of the Cutest Queer RomComs (or at least ones that I love)

I’m thinking, Gentle Reader, we all need a bit of love and laughter in our lives right now. Queer Rom-Coms Reading some pull quotes for reviews of Romancing the Inventor (not the whole review, because that might kill me) made me realize something… What I write, at its heart, is romantic comedy. I know. You’re shocked. […]

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Why this author writes queer characters

AKA Blame Mercedes Lackey, Behind The Supernatural Society Back when I was first transitioning into reading adult books, Gentle Reader, it was pretty natural to cross from children’s fantasy (there was no YA as a category back then) into adult fantasy via Mercedes Lackey. (I still hold that Arrows is, in fact, YA. It simply […]

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