In October, we celebrate LGBT History Month, but how much do we really know about this history? Truth is that the story and history of the LGBT community did not start with the Stonewall Riots, in June of 1969; nor with the murder of Matthew Shephard, in October of 1998.
"Jenny Kidd" by Laury A. Egan is the type of book that once you pick it up, you don't want to put it down. Jenny spends her autumn in Venice, and by doing so, she loses an illusion and gains a reality. This young, naive artist has the world at her feet, or so she thinks.
Meeting Robyn is the true story of a young mother and her son who have to deal with their pain and confusion over his sexual identify. Robert is haunted by his urge to be female and feels trapped in his male form, until he finds his true identity in Robyn. With no handbook or roadmap for these two to go by, they have to find a way. This is their brave and illuminating story.
Carole Radziwill has gone from Emmy-award winning journalist to "Real Housewife of New York City" on the reality show of the same name. Her first novel "What Remains" detailed her love affair with Prince Anthony Radziwill, as well as her friendship with Anthony's cousin, John F Kennedy Jr and his wife, Carolyn. While "What Remains" detailed a story of great love and friendship, Radziwill's new novel "The Widow's Guide To Sex & Dating" is a more fictionalized departure from her first book.
Scott Sherman's "First You Fall," which won the 2009 Lambda Literary Award for Best Gay Mystery was followed by "Second You Sin." "Third You Die" it is Sherman's completion of his announced trilogy. It appeared in trade paperback in September 2012, published by Kensington Books.