Julie Aitcheson ‘Being Roy’: #RGRTransAwareEvent #LGBTQ #GuestPost #Spotlight #Excerpt

Today Julie Aitchenson stops by RGR Trans Aware Event to talk about her upcoming book ‘Being Roy’ and why it is important to expose children and young adults to diverse expressions of sexuality.  Let’s all give Julie a warm hello and thank her for stopping by today, As the October release of my first young…

A Fine Bromance by Christopher Hawthorne Moss #LGBT #Review #RGRTransAwareEvent

Dana reviews A Fine Bromance by Christoper Hawthorne Moss (Published by Harmony Ink Press, August 11, 2016, 180 pages) A copy was provided in exchange for an honest review. Why I read this:  The obvious reason I picked this book is that it had a trans character in it and we are having a Trans…

Reader’s Choice: What book should Dana read next? #LGBT #Poll #Spotlight

Hi, Everyone! It’s Reader’s Choice time and we at RGR are asking you the readers to choose a book for us to review. I will share the covers, blurbs,and buy links for 5 books below. I hope you find them interesting enough to pick up for yourself, but please vote for which one you would like…

Reader’s Choice: Which book should Melissa read next? #LGBT #Spotlight #Poll

  Melissa’s list of possible reads – Lots of variety! Looking forward to what readers will pick for me! Here are 5 potential choices for me. You can find the book covers, blurbs, etc below and vote for the one you want me to review next. It will be my pleasure to read the winner’s…

Reader’s Choice: Which book should MtSnow read next? #LGBT #Spotlight #Poll

  MtSnow’s list of possible reads – Wow. A lot of brand new authors here! Looking forward to what readers will pick for me to read… Here are 5 potential choices for me. You can find the book covers, blurbs, etc below and vote for the one you want me to review next. It will…

Reader’s Choice: Which book should Marc read next? #LGBT #Spotlight #Poll

Hi guys 🙂 This month, we want to put the power into YOUR hands. Reader’s choice. Every day this week, you will be introduced to 5 books that were submitted to us for review and can vote for one of them. The book with the most votes will be the next read of the corresponding…

Lou Hoffmann’s Wraith Queen’s Veil Blog Tour Finale: Where will the Sun Child go from here? (And how to win a signed paperback)

Hi, I’m Lou Hoffmann, and I’m very happy to be here on Rainbow Gold for the last official stop in my tour celebrating the release of Wraith Queen’s Veil. What I’ve decided to do is give you an idea of what is still in store for Lucky (aka Luccan Elieth Perdhro, Mannatha, Suth Chiell of…

The Red Sheet by Mia Kerick #LGBT #Review #YA #PushingBoundaries

Eloreen reviews ‘The Red Sheet‘ by Mia Kerick . Published February 21st 2014 by Harmony Ink Press and is 190 pages. A complimentary copy was given for the purpose of an honest review.   Why I read this story: I’ve wanted to read some young adult/teen stories despite not seeing my teen years in too many years to count. I…

‘Fox-Hat and Neko’ by August Li #LGBT #Review #Gay #Bi #Lesbian #YA

Eloreen reviews ‘Fox-Hat and Neko’ by August Li. Published by Harmony Ink Press/Dreamspinner Press on July 16th, 2015 and is 340 pages. A complimentary copy was given by the author in exchange for an honest review. **** Synopsis: Tokyo high school student Tsukino Ayumu never wanted to stand out. He’s always been content to run at the…

Slaying Isidore’s Dragons by @CodyKAuthor #LGBT #Review

About Slaying Isidore’s Dragons 5 Best friends 4 Vicious brothers 3 STD tests 2 Guys in love 1 Car bombing & Nowhere to run Follow the burgeoning love of two teens during the worst year of their lives. Irish-born Declan David de Quirke II is the son of two ambassadors, one Irish and one American.…

‘The Other Me’ @suzanne_writer #LGBT #Transgender #Review

MtSnow reviews ‘The Other Me’ by Suzanne Van Rooyen, published by Harmony Ink Press, 216 pgs, December 19, 2013 Why MtSnow read this book: The cover grabbed my attention first, then the blurb. I happen to enjoy young adult stories, and the fact that adolescents are in such a confusing time as it is, I…

‘Poz’ by @christopherink #LGBT #BlogTour

“Ten Songs I Wrote Poz To, Plus Five Bonus Songs Because I’m A Giver Like That” Christopher Koehler Thank so much for asking me about music and Poz, because the truth is music is an important part of my writing process. Sometimes I need a fast, thumping beat to get me going in the morning,…

FOR AUTHORS: LGBT Submission Calls ;)

***** Dear LGBT Authors, you might be interested in a selection of current LGBT submission calls from various publishers 😉 The information is directly from the publisher sites or from emails sent to us from the publishers, so the styles are very different. We hope you will find them helpful. If there are any other…

Hideous @devon_mccormack #LGBT #Book #Review

Tanja reviews Hideous by Devon McCormack (published by Harmony Ink Press; June 18, 2014). Why I read it: The blurb drew me to the book- a paranormal story combined with Young Adult- I had to read it. This copy was provided by the author for free in exchange for an honest review. Blurb Eight years…