I just wanted to say a huge thank you to the good folks of MAGY (Memphis Area Gay Youth) for letting me sit down and talk with them. They were all so warm and welcoming, and I even made a few new friends.
What they're doing there is a great thing. They're giving kids a place to talk about how they feel and what they're going through, when they may not be able to be open with their parents and peers. In the confines of that room, those kids can be themselves without judgement, and I think it's beautiful.
Again, thank you for letting me be a part of it.
November 12, 2012
October 22, 2012
Welcome to the world of Zoe Lynne. I hope you find us both fun and entertaining.I'm proud to say on our very first day, we've had over 100 likes on Facebook and more coming as the day winds down. There isn't a lot of content here right now because this is very new, but I'll share with you what we currently have in the works.
Allison has an M/M novella submitted to Silver Stream Press, the YA Imprint of Silver Publishing, who currently holds a few of her titles, and she's waiting to hear back on that. It's called "Love in the Spotlight" and it's about a boy who falls for the singer of a punk/rockabilly type band. No one in the band knows the singer is gay, and a mutual love for waffles and hot maple syrup brings the studious protagonist and hunky rockstar together.
We've begun the first book in a series tentatively titled "Secrets of Majestic Hills" and it's going to be a paranormal lesbian story. The working title is "That Witch!"
Allison will also be meeting with the teens of MAGY (Memphis Area Gay Youth) to get a feel for what young adults want to read. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Again, thanks for the support and please spread the word!