Category Archives: lgbtq

Breaking down Evergreen’s five big adjectives

We keep saying Evergreen is an interracial, biexual, polyamorous, Hollywood, holiday romance (and yes my fingers are starting to hurt from typing that so often). Today on the Torquere blog, we talk a bit about what we actually mean by that.

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LGBTQ+ (Romance) Book Shopping List

The list below represents over 160 books submitted to us by writers across the Internet. Some of them we know, most of them we don’t. Books are listed based on self-reported content from the authors. Blurbs were also provided by … Continue reading

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Want your books on a Cyber Monday LGBTQ+ shopping list?

On December 1, we’re putting up a biiiiiiiiiiiig post on Avian30 for Cyber Monday, linking people to LGBTQ+ (romance) books books for their holiday shopping needs Want to be on the list? Please follow the directions below.  If you mess … Continue reading

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Being and coming out

If you’re LGBTQ+, and maybe if you’re not, you probably know that coming out is a process that never ends. Sure, maybe your parents, your friends, and your job know, but because we live in a culture that assumes heterosexuality, … Continue reading

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Story Process Sunday: 1+1=3

So we get asked a lot how our writing process as cowriters works, and while our usual answer to that is either a really lengthy explanation of what we do, or shrugging while we say “magic,” there’s a lot of … Continue reading

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Story Process Sunday: Dubious italics, and why not looking at your novel for nine months is a really good idea

No Sneak Peek this week, because we don’t have anything currently going that we can talk about in detail that we haven’t already shared with you. But we are going to do a Story Process Sunday instead, so we can … Continue reading

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Marriage equality, queer fiction, and Starling

The federal court in Indiana overturned that state’s ban on same-sex marriage today.  Some counties are already issuing licenses, and weddings have taken place.  In other, they are waiting to see if a stay is put in place in the … Continue reading

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Sneak Peek Sunday: Midsummer

Sneak Peek Sunday, once again! Follow the link back to see what other authors are working on this week (please note that participating authors write in all genres and at all heat levels). The Love in Los Angeles universe is expanding. … Continue reading

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October 7, 2014 – The Event That Must Be Named!

On October 7, 2014, please join Damon Suede, Kate McMurray, Racheline Maltese and four authors (Killian B. Brewer, A.J. DeWall, Melissa Graves, and Erin Finnegan) from the newly launched Interlude Press, at a reading of LGBTQ romance and erotic fiction … Continue reading

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So your mom wants to know if you’re into bondage the way you used to be really into elves

Both of my parents read this blog. (My dad follows me on Twitter, and I’m pretty sure he links my mom to anything he finds suitably amusing. Hi Dad!). Which is generally really cool, like when my mom got a … Continue reading

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