Category Archives: LGBT

Beyond the Pale, by Elana Dykewomon (ebook 2013)

Old World and New: A Breathtaking Story of Hardship and Love (nb: I received an Advance Review Copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley) “My aunt sat at the kitchen table, sewing again. She watched the needle piercing … Continue reading

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The Monk and the Skeptic, by Frank Browning (2013)

Sex, Sin, and Salvation (nb: I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley) “The Monk and the Skeptic” is a collection of dialogues between the author—the skeptic—and a Dominican monk named Brother Peter. The two meet … Continue reading

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The Road to Her, by KE Payne (2013)

When Fiction Becomes Fact (nb: I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley) Your name is Holly Croft. You’re a twenty-year-old actress on “Portobello Road,” a hugely popular evening soap opera. One day, the producers call … Continue reading

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Lake Thirteen, by Greg Herren (2013)

Creepy Summer Chills, Perfect for the Beach (nb: I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley) Scotty Thompson is about to enter his Senior Year. He has all the usual problems of boys that age: … Continue reading

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Swans and Klons, by Nora Olsen (2013)

(nb: I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley) Rubric and Salmon Jo have a seemingly idyllic life. They are students at a top academy. They are ready to begin working with their mentors, and they have each … Continue reading

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Ghost Trio, by Lillian Q. Irwin (2013)

(nb: I received a review copy of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley) When NYC-based pianist Lee Howe’s partner, mezzo-soprano Devorah Manikian, moves to California, the couple is separated by more than just physical distance. Lee feels personally and … Continue reading

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