In this historical novel Robbi McCoy beams us back into the American Hobo-Age and Tinsel Town’s "best" years.
An engaging look at the issues facing us as we get older, both in terms of our own relationships and the lives of our elderly parents.
A novel which will entertain and educate on some of the issues facing LGBTQIA teens and young adults in a world where they are misunderstood more often than not.
Allyn Teague may be a gay divorcee, but she’s hardly happy about it. Neither is the similarly separated―and comparably queer―Bea Lawson. Should she try for a Teague of her own, or is the whole idea mis-Bea-gotten?
Brooke smiled as her mouth hovered near Danni’s ear...
Triinu Hoffman wants out. But rural Oregon in the nascent ‘90s is not especially cordial to the lesbians in its locale. Should Triinu swallow her pride and swim with the tide?
Interview with Ellen Simpson
As the out innkeeper of a boardinghouse inhabited by inverts, Dolly Dingle is determined to bring the abode up to code and serve as gal pal and confidante to the lesidents. Er, residents.
A great anthology of seasonally themed short stories by top class writers and all the profits go to support homeless LGBTIQ youth – don’t be a Scrooge, just buy it!
“Everything” is an epic, monumental and enthralling read. Heart breaking, poignant, moving - a magnificent story of self destruction and redemption.