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Here is a collection of some great books to suit most tastes, from a book for children, to adult comics, novels, autobiographies and a fantastic teacher's guide to dealing with bullying. All written for you , by members of Stop-Homophobia.com

BOOK OF THE MONTH !

To Love A Stranger By Kris Faatz

Sam and Jeannette have two things in common: a deep passion for music and a driving need to escape from themselves. They meet in the fall of 1986, when they both arrive in Virginia to work with the Richmond Symphonic Artists, an orchestra fighting for its survival. Each of them sees the other as a lifeline. But as they struggle to save their orchestra and look for redemption in each other, their past secrets, especially Sam’s, threaten to destroy the future they’re trying to build.

Kris’s first novel, begun in 2007, Stranger was inspired and informed by her own training in classical music, and the backstage world of the classical symphony. The manuscript was a finalist for the 2016 Schaffner Press Music in Literature Award.
by Ronald Holt

Do you wonder and worry about your gender or sexual feelings?

Do you have unanswered questions about your gender or sexual feelings? Are you worried about what other people might think of you if they knew? Or do you know someone who is struggling with their identity and you don't know how to help? You are not alone.

Dr. Ron Holt has spoken to thousands of college-age students to help them make sense of their questions and their lives. This book gives you information that has helped many people sort out what it means to be lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, or questioning (LGBTQ).


PRIDE is full of stories, practical advice, and recommendations, bringing together the information you need to create a happy and fulfilling life.
by William Huggett (Author), Ronald Holt (Author)

PRIDE: Coloring Book includes 39 beautifully drawn designs with inspirational quotes and messages of affirmation that compliment each design. It is a companion book to PRIDE: You Can't Heal If You're Hiding by Dr. Ron Holt. PRIDE: Coloring Book is intended to bring hope and encouragement to everyone, including LGBT people, their families and allies. Since all of humanity is ultimately connected, people from all walks of life are invited to journey inward and access the love that knows no bounds.
Penny Punkers:Crimson Desperation (Woven Genetics Book 1)
by Kyle Newton

A dieselpunk transgender adventure...

While Ban storms the aeroship, Paradise Reach, those dedicated to his cause on the ground have revealed themselves. From beggars to members of royal families, the Bloodless have inspired hysteria throughout the Heartlands.
A stranger now enters the rainy streets of Shypar, with the Bloodless quick to hunt them down. Bloody and naked, they stagger through the streets, unaware of Ban's allies that are aware and watching. Whispers are quick to spread of a stranger with an unusual gift, as a bounty is placed on the stranger's head.
Those who wish to rise up against the Bloodless have now decided to find this stranger, and are willing to invoke civil war to retrieve them...


Nineteen-year-old porn star Remy Dawes loves his job at Matchmakers, a gay nightclub, but the fantasy he portrays every night doesn't leave room for what he really wants: companionship, love, someone to come home to, someone just for him. Who would ever take seriously a kid who practically sells his body for others' pleasure?

Thirty-five-year-old Chance Whitaker has sworn off dating younger men after having been cheated on one too many times, until the owner of Matchmakers convinces him to take a chance on Remy Dawes, a gorgeous kid who surprises Chance at every turn.

As things fall apart through meddling, death, and betrayal, will there be a second chance for two people to find love?

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David, My David, by Eduard Qualls is the extensive saga of the life, the victory over terror, of Eduard Gottfried Meyer.


A German keyboard prodigy born in 1921, Herr Meyer tells of a life extending from those early, halcyon-years through the inter-war period, the ravages of the Hitler Time and World War II and beyond, into post-war, neglectful Europe, and an increasingly bipolar America, ultimately to reach the final year of this journey, in 1995. Guided by the early-found desire to be one of his family’s so-many “good men,” on an odyssey marked by joy and sadness, terror and redemption, he survives using the personal strength he learns from family, from their faith in and dedication to others.

  Herr Meyer’s path will lead you from his birth-village of Singhofen throughout Germany, and into German Texas as he details a life surmounting the infamous machines of enmity, in his innate quest for an ultimate, personal goodness.


   David, My David is available online:

 

The paperback version is also available from your local bookseller, including Barnes & Noble.


Raising Ryland: Our Story of Parenting a Transgender Child with No Strings Attached


This powerful, moving story—which has already touched more than seven million through a viral video created by the Whittington family—is a mother’s first-hand account of her emotional choice to embrace her transgender child.


When Hillary and Jeff Whittington posted a YouTube video chronicling their five-year-old son Ryland’s transition from girl to boy, they didn’t expect it to be greeted with such fervor. Beautiful and moving, the video documenting Hillary’s and Jeff’s love for their child instantly went viral and has been seen by more than seven million viewers since its posting in May 2014.



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