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HPL Patrons Can Borrow These LGBTQ Fiction Ebooks Right Now!

At the end of February the miniseries When We Rise premiered, which chronicled the evolution and trials of the LGBT Civil Rights movement.  It is poignant to think back on all that has occurred in the last few decades.  842 more words

Aimee Harris

End of an Era, in more ways than one...

So this is it… The Parasol Protectorate Book the Fifth. I have reached the end; the end of Alexia and Connall shouting at each other, the end of the Tunstell’s and their acting troupe, the end of Prudence Alessandra Maccon Akledama. 578 more words


Top 5: Female Authors to keep track of

To commemorate this month of March and the International Woman’s Day (march 8th) I decided to select 5 female authors that have left some kind of imprint in myself and that I plan on following in future publications. 504 more words


Five Authors I Auto Buy

There’s always those authors where as soon as you see that they have a new book out, you know you’re going to hit the buy now button. 1,536 more words

Diane Duane

60 day chip...

According to WordPress I started this page about 51 minutes ago, and in that time I have managed to download a picture and write a mildly witty title (which I have now changed). 443 more words


Clockwork Cairo - steampunk anthology

Clockwork Cairo – steampunk anthology

I’m happy to announce one of my short stories will be in a new steampunk anthology called Clockwork Cairo, released on May 28th. 85 more words

Short Stories

February Wrap Up

Hello everyone! Today I will be talking about all of my reading in the month of February! Last month I didn’t talk about my progress on my New Years Resolutions, but I do want to briefly do that this month, so that is something that will be happening first! 1,810 more words

Wrap Ups