October 16th, 2014 #ReleaseDay #Spotlight #LGBT

Hey everyone 😉
Today, we have two LGBT releases. I feel like I am missing some, but can’t find any more. Like always, please tell me if I missed one. I added the blurb today, since it is just two books, so I hope you are excited about them 😉
I created an LGBT Release Schedule on Facebook, because I have searched for one since I started reading LGBT books and never found one I was happy with. These are the new releases for October 16th, 2014. 
This is a Google Form where you can add your upcoming LGBT releases:
This is the Spreadsheet where you can see all the upcoming LGBT releases we found or that have been shared with us by authors, bloggers, readers and publishers:
Andrew and his lover and cameraman Chris head a team of ghost hunters. When the Borealis, a cruise ship lost at sea thirty years ago, shows up out of nowhere,
Andrew leaps at the chance to be the first to explore it.

Armed with cameras, EMF detectors, voice recorders, and plenty of provisions, the team boards the derelict ship. They don’t know what to expect, though they’re hoping for answers — and maybe a spirit or two.

What they get is far more frightening… and deadly. The ocean has its secrets… and some of them should stay that way.


 A Harmony Ink Press Young Adult Title Steven’s life changes forever the day he discovers his childhood friend and lifelong crush, Ryan Walters, standing in his bedroom. The problem? Ryan Walters committed suicide just days earlier.

Ryan tells Steven that he didn’t kill himself. He believes he was murdered and that his death is linked to an article he was working on for the school paper. Steven sets out to solve the mystery, but as the story unfolds, so does Ryan’s secret life of sex with guys and depression. Steven realizes suicide is more plausible than Ryan’s conspiracy theory, but he struggles to convince Ryan of the real cause of his death. And despite revelations of his friend’s closeted life, he must face the truth that Ryan doesn’t—and never will—love him.










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