3 Great Authors & 3 Great Books
Saturday, May 5, 2012, 7-8:30 p.m. at Mixx
is a proud member of the GLBT community both online and in the small
town on the outskirts of Chicago. Author of the acclaimed Little
Boy Lost series, with the sixth and final installment scheduled
for release in July by Dreamspinner Press.
Boy Lost - Brian goes to school, does his homework and helps
his foster parents around the house. Brian also has a secret: he
is in love with his best friend, Jamie. But in Crayford, AL, being
in love with another boy is the worst kind of sin.
is a Georgia native who lives in Atlanta, as an editor by day and
writes about people falling in love by night. Discovered the male-male
romance community several years ago and has been reading voraciously
ever since. The first novel, Sand & Water, a story of finding
love after loss set primarily on Tybee Island, was published in
2011 by Dreamspinner Press.
& Water - Widower John McConnell gets along fine raising
his daughter on Georgias Tybee Island, though he wouldnt
exactly say hes happy. Haunted by the memory of his dead wife,
John hasnt considered dating again until he meets Bryan Simmons
in the park. It isnt long before John realizes that what he
feels for Bryan could be something real, but how will he know hes
ready to move on?
began reading GLBT novels as a way to better understand the issues
faced by a dear friend and fell in love with the male-male romance
genre. The novel, Settling the Score, a tale of love and revenge,
Southern style, is a finalist in the 24th Annual Lambda Awards.
the Score (finalist, 24th Annual Lambda Literary Awards)
- Closeted mechanic Joey Nichols life is good. His boyfriend
landed a major Hollywood role, and is well on the way to superstardom.
Joeys bags are packed and soon hell leave small town
Georgia and join the man of his dreams in California, to live out,
proud, and together. Days before his planned departure, his lover
outs Joey during a televised interview and announces that theyve
broken up, leaving Joey to face the bigotry of the locals alone.