My collection of links this week is...small. With the deeply troubling results of the US presidential election, it has been a difficult few days for so many of us - if you're a reader of this blog, I'm guessing that likely includes you. So I apologize, but here are the few things I did gather:
- YA Highwayer Kirsten Hubbard's book RACE THE NIGHT came out on election day. It is a really great book and deserves all the love and attention it can get. Buy a copy now!
- Friend of the blog Michelle Krys's book DEAD GIRLS SOCIETY also came out election day. And ditto to the above sentiment for this one.
- A cover reveal for YA Highwayer Stephanie Kuehn's next book, WHEN I AM THROUGH WITH YOU. It's stunning.
- Lambda Literary announced the details of its 2017 Writers Retreat for Emerging LGBTQ Voices.
- Facebook is apparently having some sort of glitch where it is reporting tons of people to have died.
- If you'd like to send Hillary a thank you card/note/postcard, here's the address.
- I found this twitter thread by author Dahlia Adler on donating ARCs/books pretty helpful.
- Huffington Post has an article on some things you can do post-election.
Take care of yourselves, everyone.