Waiting For Wednesday: Kindred: A Queer #LoveOzYA Anthology

I happily discovered Kindred through the Australia and New Zealand YA Blogger Community and instantly was interested! This just sounds great; YA, Queer, and Aussie! The first two things I love and the last I’ll tolerate (joking, joking, Aussie, you know I love ya)!

I have already heard good things about this anthology from those who were lucky enough to be able to attend the Sydney Writers Festival and pick up an early copy!

Kindred front cover

What does it mean to be queer? What does it mean to be human? In this powerful #OwnVoices collection, twelve of Australia’s finest queer writers explore the stories of family, friends, lovers and strangers – the connections that form us.

Compelling queer short fiction by bestsellers, award winners and newcomers to the #LoveOzYA community including Jax Jacki Brown, Claire G Coleman, Michael Earp, Alison Evans, Erin Gough, Benjamin Law, Omar Sakr, Christos Tsiolkas, Ellen van Neerven, Marlee Jane Ward, Jen Wilde and Nevo Zisin.

Kindred Synopsis

Doesn’t that just sound the best? Luckily we don’t have to wait too long for this and I even have a review copy on its way to me! I will also be taking part in a blog tour in early June, so keep your eyes out for that. It will include not only a review of the book but an interview with Michael Earp the editor.

Kindred: A Queer #LoveOzYA Anthology edited by Michael Earp is out 1st of June 2019. You can Preorder it at Amazon, Book Depository, or wherever you get books.

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Waiting for Wednesday is a series I come out with every Wednesday where I share with you my most anticipated new releases coming out in the next year. This series was inspired by the Can’t Wait Wednesday Series by Wishful Endings.

Brooklynne is an American born, Transgender Feminist who adores books. She currently resides in Wellington, New Zealand with her Boyfriend, Best Friend and Dog, only one of whom is not named Ryan. She enjoys all kinds of books and can often be found curled up in a corner with one glaring at said dog who refuses to cuddle.
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