This was a book that my local graphic novel club chose to do. I still consider myself fairly new to graphic novels, so I know this is one I wouldn’t have picked up on my own considering until this club I had never heard of it or it’s author.
Prince Sebastian has a family that is ready to see him married, and it doesn’t seem he has much of a choice in the matter. But when the sun sets, he transforms into the beautiful and enchanting Lady Crystallia – with the help of his best friend Frances. Frances is a diamond in the rough when it comes to designing, and Sebastian has her all to himself. When fame comes knocking for both of them though, can either of them give up the other to be successful?
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While at Geek Girl Con, I got to meet a few publishers, plenty of authors, and have a generally amazing time in the land of bookdom. One publisher I met is a local one named Northwest Press. After a charming chat with the gentleman at the booth, he asked if I would like to be added to their ARC list, and I gladly accepted.
“The Big Book of Bisexual Trials and Errors” follow the life of artist and writer Elizabeth Beier, as she breaks up with a long term boyfriend and finds herself wanting to dive into a new romantic world of dating women. A story about not only finding love, but about finding yourself along the way.
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A group of friend’s at Welton Academy have taken the challenge that their new English Professor has given them, to make their lives extraordinary, and it is amazing the changes they are seeing. They decide to resurrect a secret club named “The Dead Poet’s Society” where free from expectations and constraints of the adults in their lives, they can let their passions run wild. They soon learn their new-found freedom can have tragic consequences, and the questions becomes can the club (and the individuality it inspires in the group) survive the pressure of outside forces?
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