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Coming Out Follow-Up

Theo Fenraven

First, I want to thank those of you (and there were so many!) who came out in support of AJ and me a couple days ago. As I’ve said previously, I was amazed and overjoyed at how readily most of you accepted what we had to say. More, you showered us with love and support beyond our wildest imaginings.

Words cannot adequately express how much that means to us.

We go forward with lightness in our step and a huge weight off our shoulders. This is all due to YOU. Thank you so much.

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And now it must be said: there are those few of you who got pissed over what I had to say. Who took my confession as proof I deceived and betrayed you. You’d followed my blog, read my stories, believed everything I wrote, and when you realized some of it wasn’t true, you felt like I kicked…

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Giveaway and Fun Interview with K-lee Klein for “Tabby’s Pride” Blog Tour!

Well let’s see if I can get something re logged on WordPress.

Jade Crystal

Hello, lovelies. ❤

Today I am joined by my sweet friend K-lee Klein for a stop in the blog tour for her new book Tabby’s Pride, which is coming out on May 18, 2014. Keep reading for a fun interview with K-lee and a giveaway of a $10 Amazon gift card and two e-copies of Tabby’s Pride.

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Hi K-lee! How long have you been writing and how many published books do you have? My first published work was Finally Home from MLR Press in December of 2011 and it was only the second original story I’d written in at least two years. It might not be a popular thing to say but I wrote fanfiction for two years before that. I think it was a great way to learn and get feedback. Right now I have twelve novella/short stories, four novels (in print and ebook) and several anthology…

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Sex in YA?

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At Rainbow Con they had several young adult panels, which is of interest to me since I read quite a bit of YA fiction. I only made it to one of the panels (damn scheduling!) but I was both bewildered and interested in what the panelists had to say. There were 5, I think, authors of YA m/m fiction and the topics ranged from language, sex, violence, and accurate portrayals. 

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