Friday, November 27, 2020

Something special for December

For the whole of next month, 50c from every sale of "The Guy From The Internet" will be donated to Black Rainbow, an LGBTQI+SB support organisation here in Australia.

If you'd like your purchase to mean something extra, on top of making an indie author do a happy dance, grab your copy of my sweet romance novella anytime during December.


About Black Rainbow


Black Rainbow is a national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer, Sistergirl and Brotherboy (LGBQTI+SB) organisation in the pursuit of positive health and wellbeing for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Lesbian LGBQTI+SB*. 
Through our grassroots and diverse approaches, we strive to alleviate the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBQTI+SB people. We have several new and exciting community initiatives that will be launched in November 2020.
We are a non-profit that is 100% Indigenous owned and operated. Black Rainbow is premised by advocacy, leadership, and solutions which identify and address social and cultural determinants of wellbeing as they relate to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians whom identify as LGBTIQ+SB.

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Out Now: The Guy from the Internet

A sweet romance with a touch of family drama.

Holly Chee does not have her life together. She's flip-flopped on uni courses and career choices, and somehow scared off her long-term fiancée-to-be, much to the chagrin of her immigrant parents.

But she does have her streaming channel, where she broadcasts her art from her one-bedroom Mount Lawley apartment. And she has that guy from France... assuming he's even who he says he is.

The Guy From The Internet is a sweet #OwnVoices Asian-Australian romance novella, set in the world of Somerville Downs.

Now available on Amazon in digital and paperback.


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