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April isn’t only the month of the A-Z Challenge, but is also LGBT+ month. Part of the LGBT+ challenge is to read an LGBT book and get people talking about it so here’s my LGBT+ book review contribution…
It has been far too long since I last posted one of these. Sincerest apologies! Life got in the way and I dropped the ball on my weekly features. So without further ado, here’s this week’s QUILTBAG Hero!
Originally published by Static Movement in their A-Z Cities of Death anthology as ‘J is for Johannesburg,’ my horror-dystopian short story Pyrrhic Victory, set in a futuristic version of my home town, Johannesburg, is now available for Kindle at all Amazon stores. Chantelle has been a prisoner … Continue reading
It’s QUILTBAG HERO Wednesday here at Off the Page, a day celebrating QUILTBAG heroes and role models, a showcase of the amazing gay, lesbian, bi, trans*, queer/questioning, unisexed, intersexed and asexual people, real and fictional, who inspire us. This week I’d like to … Continue reading