"when are the gsa meetings?"
Yay we’re pretty now! :D And to celebrate, we’re holding our first Tumblr giveaway! Want to win a shiny $50 gift certificate to Riptide Publishing? (You know you doooooooo.) Just hit the reblog button and tell us your favorite Riptide book (or one you’re eager to read if, *gasp*, you’ve never read one of our titles before), and we’ll pick a winner on February 28.
Some quick rules:
1. You can reblog once per day, so you can enter up to 7 times. Likes don’t count as entries, but we certainly won’t tell you not to like us ;-)
2. Sorry, no giveaway blogs.
3. Your ask box must be open so we can notify you if you win.
4. If we hit 500 reblogs, we’ll pick a second winner.
And if you’re hearing about us for the first time, here’s a little bit about what we do:
Riptide Publishing is a boutique publisher of some of the finest LGBTQ fiction, romance, and erotica available today. Showcasing authors from fan favorites to Lambda award winners to New York Times bestsellers, we fill a critical niche in the LGBTQ market: top-quality books, pristinely packaged, that satisfy readers’ desires for rich, plotty, well-edited stories they’ll want to read again and again. From contemporary romance to literary fiction, gay to trans, lunchtime reads to epic novels, find your next read at Riptide Publishing.
MORE FREE BOOKS FROM RIPTIDE Y’ALL.
Interviewers and reviewers have already asked me: So why is Hild a lesbian?
I say: First, she’s bisexual. Second, why the fuck not?
I am tired of having to have a reason for characters being queer. When my first agent told me that my proposal for Slow River was “not a selling outline,” I asked her to explain. She said, “Well, why does Lore [the protagonist] have to have a girlfriend?” I said, “Because she’s a dyke.” And fired her."