All in a Day’s Work: How a Writer’s Art Can Make a Difference

All in a Day’s Work: How a Writer’s Art Can Make a Difference

Dec 19, 2012

With the recent release and widespread acclaim of Lincoln, the film’s screenwriter, Tony Kushner, is back in America’s spotlight. With his critically acclaimed work not only impacting the world of fine arts, but also advancing political movements and those of the gay community, this is a spot he knows well. For the last six years, Kushner has been working...

The Expanded Role of LGBT Americans in Government

The Expanded Role of LGBT Americans in Government

Dec 19, 2012

If you were tuned in to the coverage of the recent election, you probably already realize that November 6th was a watershed moment for LGBT rights in this country. For the first time in history, this country elected a president who openly supports same-sex marriage and ran on an equal rights platform. Marking the first time such initiatives have passed when put...

Sneak Peek Series: Seven Brothers for McBride by Anitra Lynn McLeod

Sneak Peek Series: Seven Brothers for McBride by Anitra Lynn McLeod

Dec 19, 2012

In the Seven Brothers for McBride series, Anitra Lynn McLeod creates a futuristic world in which men must be genetically modified to survive in the aftermath of an apocalyptic virus, and love is a luxury most of them can’t afford. As a touching, uplifting contrast to this dark society, the stories of the Morgan brothers are lighthearted and sweet as the men...

Sneak Peek Series: Redemption by Marcy Jacks

Sneak Peek Series: Redemption by Marcy Jacks

Dec 19, 2012

The cosmic clash between good and evil comes alive in Marcy Jacks’s new series, Redemption. In one corner is the Heavenly host, led by a faction of determined angelic warriors who have defied the Heavenly council out of loyalty to their commander, John. In the other corner is the vast army of Hell, whose demonic leader, Annabel, is a cheeky firecracker with a...

An Interview with Gabrielle Evans

An Interview with Gabrielle Evans

Dec 18, 2012

A small-town girl from southern Oklahoma, Siren-exclusive author Gabrielle Evans believes in taking chances and pushing boundaries. Gabrielle’s best-selling series are driven by her belief that everyone has a happy ending waiting to happen, even if it’s found in a seemingly unconventional way. When she’s not busy writing her next anxiously awaited book,...

An Interview with Joyee Flynn

An Interview with Joyee Flynn

Dec 18, 2012

Joyee dreams of one day living on enough land to have a few horses, and find a couple of cowboys or pool boys of her own. A lover of men, Joyee is all about them in any form in her books; vampire, werewolf, shape-shifter, military . . . It’s all good! She loves to get lost in fantasy that only books can bring. Her wide interest in reading is reflected in her...

Love is Our True Destiny: Stormy Glenn

Love is Our True Destiny: Stormy Glenn

Dec 11, 2012

Love is our true destiny. We do not find the meaning of life by ourselves. We find it with another. —Thomas Merton Thomas Merton was a writer and mystic who sadly passed away in the late 1960s. One of his most profound works—for me—was called “No Man Is An Island.” The first five paragraphs said a lot to me when I read them. They end with, “The gift...

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