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02/07/2013

Book update (#lgbt #authors)

by Jeremy Hooper

Holding strong at number three on this Amazon ratings chart (and realizing I need to write about religion):

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If It's a Choice… by Jeremy Hooper [Amazon]

I also want to note three new additions to the LGBT canon that I've had a chance to read, in full or in part:

1) John Corvino's What's Wrong With Homosexuality?

2) Daniel Hernandez' They Call Me A Hero

3) Chris Stedman's Faitheist

Check 'em out! I can speak for all of us who write LGBT nonfiction in saying that we appreciate the support.

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