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Bursting With Pride

It's been almost a week since I got back from my trip to Washington, D.C. where I participated in the first Sapphic Lit Pop Up Bookstore event at Capital Pride and I'm still buzzing with excitement! I couldn't believe the size of the beautiful and diverse crowd that gathered to celebrate Pride in our nation's capital. And I can't thank readers enough for stopping by our booth to say hello, pick up some books, and share our enthusiasm for Sapphic reads. Thanks for reading, and thanks for spreading the word that Sapphic stories are out there.

In other news, I just finished watching the reboot of Queer As Folk. I have to admit, I originally tuned in because I'm a fan of Jesse James Keitel, but it turned out the cast was full of talent. The season covers some serious topics, including a violent scene in the first episode that influences the entire story arc. But Queer As Folk finds a lot of joy in queer life to celebrate as well and it embodied a lot of hope and love for our community.

I'm pleased to report that I'm almost finished with the current draft of my work-in-progress, The Sisters Of Fisher's Creek. This story is especially dear to my heart because it was inspired by a conversation I had with my sisters over lunch last year. It's a little different from my other books, and I can't wait to share it with you. The Sisters Of Fisher's Creek is a romance at heart, but it also deals with the trials and tribulations of a woman who, in order to claim an inheritance, returns to the big family and small town she'd left behind almost thirty years earlier. It has laughter and tears and a steamy second-chance romance. More to come on this--stay tuned!

So, that's it for now. As always, thanks for reading! Drop me a note and let me know how you're celebrating Pride Month and what media you've consumed lately that's given you the joyful queer community feels.



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