Category Archives: bisexuality

Hugo & Nebula Award Eligibility

It’s SF/F awards season, and Tremontaine is eligible in various categories. Frankly, so is some of our PNR stuff, but it’s the Tremontaine stuff that is really confusing. It’s a done thing in SF/F circles to let people know how an what you’ve … Continue reading

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Apparently, I have to be outraged on the Internet today

Today, this appeared on the Internet: E(dited)T(o)A(dd): The author has apologized on the original post to commenters and has stated that the way they (and I) took the post was, thankfully, the opposite of their intent. I am choosing to … Continue reading

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Midsummer is just $1 for midsummer (sale runs June 20 – June 24)

All Romance | Amazon | B&N “Fans of sensual, romantic stories will love this one …. This is incredibly well-written and nuanced; it’s simply marvelous.” – Inked Rainbow Reads, 5* “A lushly worded book, filled with romance and characters that leap from the page. … Continue reading

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Yup, bi romance really is a thing

I know you’re reading that headline and wondering why I’m stating the obvious. The short answer is because it apparently needs to be stated. Yesterday,  Erin and I were in our Philadelphia office doing a long, brutal edit on The Art … Continue reading

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