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A Certain Persuasion (2016)
Story – Know Your Own Happiness
- A Certain Persuasion (Amazon.com)
- A Certain Persuasion (Amazon UK)
- A Certain Persuasion (Smashwords)
- A Certain Persuasion (Kobo)
- A Certain Persuasion (Nook)
- A Certain Persuasion (iBooks)
…in an excellent modern parallel for the family and romantic dynamics of Persuasion, “Know Your Own Happiness” allows a young man to revisit his capitulation to his family’s rejection of his bisexuality with a chance to choose true love this time. I particularly liked the subtlety with which the theme was developed. For much of the story, the Austen reference is all about the protagonist’s reluctant attendance at a book club…and then the Captain Wentworth-analogue enters and suddenly all is made clear.~ Heather Rose Jones, Amazon
An adaptation that successfully transfers the pressure Anne’s family put on her into a scenario that makes sense for the current day. The fact that Cooper hadn’t actually read Persuasion made the parallels humorous.~ Ellie, Goodreads
Q: Queermance Volume 1
Story – Late Bloomer
Commissioned to celebrate Melbourne’s inaugural Queermance Literary Festival this is an anthology of erotically-charged romances from famous, emerging and aspiring writers.
- Queermance Vol 1 Amazon UK
- Queermance Vol 1 Amazon Australia
- Queermance Vol 1 Amazon US
- Queermance Vol 1 Google Play
- Queermance Vol 1 Kobo
Q: Queermance Volume 2
Story – The Birthday Present