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You can vote for In the Distance in the Love Bytes Reviews Book of the Week Poll

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In the Distance is up for Book of the Week in the poll at Love Bytes Reviews. If you’d like to vote, click here.

You can read the awesome review here.

 

Stop by Jaycee Edward’s blog for an exclusive Trevor outtake from In The Distance

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Stop by Jaycee Edward’s blog for an exclusive Trevor outtake from In The Distance.

Becky Condit from USA Today’s Happily Ever After gave In the Distance a Love and Lust Rec

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Ms. Condit said about In the Distance, “My favorite books are those that show growth in the main characters, and this book does that in spades. I love the way Ms. Griffin and Ms. Michaels write characters. I don’t know if one character belongs to one writer and the other character belongs to the other or if they share them, but whatever they are doing works beautifully. The fact that this third book in the series takes on a new couple and a completely different plotline shows just how robust their writing skills are and how far they can take a story.”

To read the rest of the review, click here.

Today Eileen Griffin and I are talking about LGBTQ Homelessness and Hunger at the Carina Press Blog.

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Our In The Kitchen Series revolves around food and foodies. Our most recent book in the series, In The Distance, revolves around Tyler, a former homeless youth who Ethan takes under his wing and gives a job at his restaurant. Food banks and shelters play a prominent role in the story, both because of Tyler’s past and his future. Hunger is a problem that many face, but no population faces it quite as much as the homeless, especially LGBTQ homeless youths.

Join us as we talk about ways in which you can help at the Carina Press blog.