Pink: Cover Reveal

No, Pink is not a romance.

What is it and what does it have?

Humor.

Personal journey.

Sex… Lesbian sex.

Great dialogue and great characters.

Last and certainly not least a fast paced story that will pull you in and make you feel…something.

Here’s the cover with the official synopsis.

 

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Fresh out of a relationship, Shawnna Green is heartbroken, lost, and almost penniless. She decides to start over in New Orleans to find a new sense of self, despite her ex hampering her progress. With the help of her best friend, Veda, she finds employment at Stumpy’s Sex Emporium where she deals with customers that range from the strange to the hilarious.

At the same time, Shawnna discovers that women, sex, and dating, are not what they used to be, but neither is she. In finding herself, she uncovers a part she didn’t know existed, and that’s not always a good thing. Can Shawnna pick herself up, reach out, and connect with the people around her? A smoldering look at the things we hide from ourselves.

Pink will be released on October 18th. Whatacha think?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Queer Rep and SuperGirl

No, I’m not tired of talking about this. It’s fucking important and while the cast may wish it would all go away, it won’t. I don’t think we should let it. I don’t think we should forget it when October rolls around…not at all. I am one of the old cynical angry bitches. You’ll know what I’m talking about after you listen to this.

Podcast on Queer Rep/Lez Geek Out

What is this you say? Only the best fucking podcast on the subject! Thanks again to Lise Mactague and Andi Marquette. These ladies hold nothing back and to add some sauce to this burger they both have books out that you don’t wanna miss.

Andi Marquette

Lise Mactague

But first, listen to this damn podcast.

The Rant I Had to Have on Same Sex Marriage and Why a Plebiscite is Fundamentally Wrong

Sigh…the state of the world.

Dr Fiona Bisshop

If you’ve just awoken from a coma, or perhaps live overseas with absolutely no access to the news, you might not be aware that Australia is in the middle of a giant stand-off over marriage equality, the right of gay couples to be legally married.

Admittedly I have lived most of my adult life not really giving two tosses about marriage – it was a straight gig with religious overtones that wasn’t my thing.  But things have changed.  Now I’m engaged to the woman of my dreams, and I actually do want a wedding – not a civil ceremony or any other substitute, but the real thing – confetti, rings, cake and of course an official certificate.

Successive governments here have dragged their feet over this issue.  We are now the only English-speaking democracy left on earth without marriage equality.  Our current government seems to be under the sway…

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