Monthly Archives: June 2017

Think teens should be able to read #LGBTQ fiction? Please support this #YA queer anthology

I think it’s SO important to get #LGBTQ fiction into teens’ hands, to help queer teens see reflections of themselves and know that they are not alone, and they are okay just as they are. If you agree, PLEASE consider … Continue reading

Posted in LGBTQ, LGBTQ YA fiction, YA books, YA ebooks | Leave a comment

Kirkus’ review of Jennifer Mathieu’s MOXIE makes me want to buy it all the more.

We need books that support and *believe* rape survivors, and that fight back against misogyny and rape culture. And teen characters taking things into their own hands is part of what #YAlit books are supposed to do – have main … Continue reading

Posted in feminism, YA books | Leave a comment

Help get #LGBTQ fiction into teens’ hands! Support this queer anthology on Kickstarter.

Help get #LGBTQ fiction into teens’ hands! Support this kickstarter and for a $10 pledge you will get an ebook copy when the anthology comes out, a $25 pledge will get you an ebook and physical copy of the book … Continue reading

Posted in LGBTQ, LGBTQ YA fiction, YA books, YA ebooks | Leave a comment