10 Must Read Gay Books Featuring Angels

10 Must-Read Gay Books Featuring Angels #GayFiction #Giveaway

If you need reading recommendations for the summer, then look no further! We’ve got ten must-read gay books with angels for you, ripe for the reading. To make it even better, there’s a giveaway at the end of the post allowing one lucky winner to have all the gay romance books spotlighted today delivered straight to your Kindle. So if you love gay stories that feature angels, be it fantasy, science fiction, or other innovative takes on these mythical beings, tune in!

Ten Amazon Gay Books Featuring Angels

Before we start, a bit of a reading guide for this list of angel stories: each book has a clickable title (Book Title + Author Name), and that link will take you to the book’s Amazon page. If you wish to get a copy, read a sample, or add a book to your wishlist, just click on that link. I’ve also added the genre(s) before the blurb of each of these books to give a better idea of the type of story you’re looking at. Enjoy!

1. Sentinel by T.A. Creech

Sentinel by TA CreechFantasy / Gay Romance

A fireball burning up the sky leads farmer Jason Thomas to the strangest thing he’s ever found in his pumpkin patch. A man with wings. And no, he doesn’t think it’s an angel, no matter what his brothers say.

Taking the stranger into his home is hard. Keeping his heart from the stranger’s hands? Harder. But everything in him calls to this being and Jason is so damned tired of only having his brothers at his back.

Castiel has no idea what this angel thing is, but the evil that knocked him out of the sky did him a favor. He’d heard the tales of his kin and their missions on Earth with envy and now he has the chance to experience it himself. Better yet, his mate takes him home. One small problem. Castiel has a duty and needs to find a way back. Of course it isn’t going to be that easy.

2. My Broken Angel by Sadie Sins

My Broken Angel by Sadie SinsParanormal /  Gay Romance

An angel-demon halfbreed just falls into my lap. Okay, he bleeds all over my shoes if you want to get technical. Moments later, this total stranger also manages to steal my heart.

Damn, I don’t even know how to explain this.

Have you ever met someone and just known they were the one? I thought I had until I met Danyal. I thought after eighteen years of living I knew all about love and meant to be and heartbreak. Then this damn bastard of a gorgeous fallen angel bleeds all over me, nearly ends up dead, and tears my reality in half. The wings don’t help. The kiss? The kiss makes me realize Hell is real and far hotter than I could ever imagine.

Discovering I’m bi is way less mindblowing than finding out my soulmate comes from a different realm of existence with bloodthirsty demons hunting him down. Worse, the longer I know him, the more I see it’s the demons in Danyal’s head that are going to kill him first.

Getting Danyal to stay and be mine is going to take an act of God. Or maybe a favor from the guy down below.

3. Angel Undone by Leta Blake

Angel Undone by Leta BlakeFantasy / Gay Romance

The Archangel Michael is tired. He fought wars and shoved his brother Lucifer out of heaven all before the Dark Ages rolled around. His role as protector of Israel now encompasses all of humanity, and while he performs his job perfectly, there’s little personal joy in it.

Until one night in a bar when he meets Asher.

Michael isn’t sure what it is about the vulnerable, self-deprecating Asher that calls to him, but something about his restrained depths, gentle smiles, and encyclopedic knowledge of flowers tugs at Michael in a way that can’t be denied. Too bad romance isn’t part of his mission.

Facing an eternity of perfect submission to God’s authority, rebellion stirs in Michael. Questions of free will, angelic vocation, and the role of love and lust demand answers that just might cost Michael his place in heaven.

4. Nature of the Beast by Aimee Brissay

Urban Fantasy /  Paranormal /  MMF

After sorceress Alexandra tries to kill her insane father, her fae uncle expels her from the Otherworld to keep her safe. Living among humans, she wants nothing more than to leave her past behind. But working for the vampires and the werewolves doesn’t shield her for long.

When she saves a hurt werewolf pup, Alexandra inadvertently breaks the bond tying him with the pack and becomes his new alpha. This unheard-of shift exposes her to all kind of dangers, but it’s the least of Alexandra’s worries

Back in the Otherworld, her father has not forgotten her and dispatches an assassin to kill her. But just who is this mysterious foe, and what will their arrival mean not only to Alexandra but to the delicate balance of the world?

 

5. Caravaggio’s Angel by Chris Quinton

Caravaggio's Angel by Chris QuintonHorror /  Occult  / Gay Fiction

When Paul Calleja learns that his great-uncle has passed away, he drops everything and travels half-way round the world to deal with his estate.

Arriving in Malta he begins to find out how much he didn’t know about Larry in his lifetime, and meets and is attracted to Angelo – a local handyman and artist’s model – who seems to be concealing some extraordinary secret.

It’s not long before Paul and Angelo are plunged into complications which will have a profound effect on both their lives – and also on their chances of a future life together …

 

 

6. Angel’s Feather by Alina Popescu

Angel's Feather by Alina PopescuScience Fiction / Gay Fiction

How far would you go for the one you love? How much of yourself would you sacrifice?

Trapped on a decaying Earth and cut off from the rest of the Universe, humans are no longer allowed to leave their planet. Break this one law and you die: a penalty enforced by flyers, aliens who look like angels of long-lost religions. Michael, the flyers’ leader, is the Punisher who carries out every public execution.

Adam, a young human with near-perfect memory, is committed to rebuilding Earth and a true believer in the flyers’ dominion. While Adam’s support for flyers isn’t a secret, his deep love for Michael is. Not even Michael knows, for his kind never take human lovers, and to Adam, they are too far above him to reach.

In his broken and unwelcoming world, Adam’s love can only lead to pain, loss, and disaster. Yet there is no force in the huge expanse of stars and galaxies that can stop Adam from following Michael to the end of existence. Not even Adam’s own beliefs.

7. Angel In A Book Shop by R.J. Scott

Angel In A Book Shop by R.J. ScottGay Romance

What happens when a broken man has to trust in the impossible?

Chapter One is an antique book shop and is the last tangible thing Josh and his mom have left of his dad. Nestled in a quiet square a few steps from London’s St Pauls Cathedral, it is boarded up with whitewashed windows and no new stock. The place is a sad reminder of loss and it has to go, but destroying a business that has been in his family for generations is not a role Josh is looking forward to.

Michael is the owner of Arts Desire, the shop next door. With his rainbow pride mugs and his sunny positive outlook he is the complete opposite to what Joshua thinks he needs in his life.

But, when Josh and Michael become friends, Josh learns that finding true love starts with making big decisions, and that everyone deserves their own Christmas miracle sometimes.

8. Death Mask by Lexi Ander

Death Mask by Lexi AnderParanormal /  Gay Romance

Grim Misery, the President of the Black Harbinger Motorcycle Club, discovers a wounded warlock and four werepups aboard the club’s LSD shipment. And the news keeps getting better and better. Not only is the warlock sitting on the edge of death, he’s illegally bonded to the werepups, which could trigger a war with the werewolves—and he turns out to be Misery’s estranged husband.

Years ago, Griffin turned Misery away to be with another warlock by the name of Marcheso Aldo. Misery left everything behind, even his family, but couldn’t shake the heartbreak Griffin caused. With Griffin thrust back into Misery’s life, he discovers things aren’t as they seem… and everything is about to get much, much worse.

 

 

9. Branded by Rosa Swann

Branded by Rosa SwannParanormla / Erotic Romance

A rock star branded by a demon…
A fallen angel with wings black as night…

Florian has been trying to get rid of his angel powers ever since he lost his last charge in an accident that was entirely his fault. Ever since he spends his nights bartending at the local gay bar, ignoring his angel nature and pretending to be human. Until one night, he meets a sexy man with purple hair on the roof of the bar and he wants nothing more but to spend the night with him.

Seth has been wearing his demon brand for years. The price to pay to bring his band to the top. But these days, life is nothing but a drag, so even though he has to protect his rock star image, he goes to a gay bar, hoping to find some solace. When he climbs up to the roof to take look over the city at night, a beautiful man proposes to spend the night together, and for the first time in years, he accepts. Is this a mistake, or is there more hidden behind the eyes of the beautiful stranger?

The plan was only for the night, but will the men be able to let each other go, especially after the secrets they reveal the next morning?

This 10,000 word steamy and romantic story is the first in the finished five-part Feathers and Microphones serial.

10. Not Every Time by Alexa Milne

Not Every Time by Alexa MilneGay Romance

What would you give up for love?

Raziel Slade and Jack Hastings have been best friends since Raz saved Jack’s life twelve years ago. Jack has spent years searching for the perfect woman with the help of his wingman, Raz, the man he thinks of as his guardian angel. At a company Christmas party, the world Jack thought he knew turns on its axis, and feelings he didn’t know he had punch him right between the eyes. Can Jack learn to see his friend in an entirely different way?

Openly gay, Raz loves his best friend and has given up more than Jack will ever know to be with him, but he’s never dared to tell Jack how he truly feels, or to reveal his true identity. For twelve years, he has waited in the wings.

Now, with Jack’s sudden epiphany, can these two best friends work out if they have a future together?

 

Giveaway – Win all Ten Gay Books With Angels Featured in This Post!

One lucky winner will have all these books delivered to their Kindle! If you think it should be you, then you should definitely enter the giveaway!

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Disclaimer

In order to compile this list and any subsequent ones I (Alina) have asked for submissions from hundreds (closer to one thousand, actually) of fellow authors of all genders and sexual orientations. The lists’ inclusivity is dictated by who submitted to each category. If you’re an author and feel someone other than those featured should have gay books featuring angels on this list, I suggest you a. start writing one so I can have more submissions next time or b. if you have books you’d want included in future lists, contact me so you can get an idea how to do that. Thanks!

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65 Responses to “10 Must-Read Gay Books Featuring Angels #GayFiction #Giveaway”

  1. Anthony Taylor says:

    Great selection of books

  2. Tanja says:

    This is a wonderful collection of books. Not all the authors are familiar to me but the ones that are are the best. And I like to meet new authors.

  3. Andrew says:

    The editors could not find a single “gay” book written by a gay man?

    • Well, in the three author groups I’ve asked for submissions, none of the male authors thought to join the Angels category. There will be men in the following lists of top books to read in other gay fiction sub-genres 🙂 And there is only one editor, plus design support for this site. I think over a month of searching for recommendations was enough effort to help introduce readers to new authors.

      • Andrew says:

        Thanks for the response. And I get it that there are many more female authors writing “gay” paranormal books than gay male authors. However, would you publish a list of best books with kick ass female heroes that included no titles written by women? Best books about angels featuring Asian characters that included no titles written by Asian authors? I think it’s worth the research given the message it sends to exclude.

        • First of all, why the quote on gay in gay paranormal? Plus I did not restrict it to paranormal, I just asked for there to be angels. There are hundreds of male authors in the groups I hang out in. A lot of them joined this series, but not with angel books. This series means six months of work for me. Setting them up, promoting them, handling the giveaways and so on. You are welcome to contact more authors than me and do a better job.

          I don’t care who writes the books. I am sorry, I care about the stories. I don’t go complaining a lot of sci-fi lists are populated by men. I don’t complain men write female characters. I promoted my fair share of male authors, gay or not.

          This is a problem with our gay fiction and romance community and by extension the LGBT one. It’s never enough. It’s not enough to be inclusive in who you invite to do something. It’s suddenly your fault more male authors didn’t have a book to submit to a certain category, right? And this happens on the first post of 22. It honestly just makes me want to give up. I can go search for stuff on Amazon, take some super popular authors to promote, and base that top on sales. Forget about new, lesser known authors.

          Equality of opportunity is certainly not enough for you, I have to have an exact representation in outcome… BTW, equality of outcome is bullshit, and take that from some born under Communism where equality of outcome was a requirement. And LGBT people went to jail.

          • Andrew says:

            I’ll answer your question, Alina, though you did not answer mine. I suppose your answer is implied but I’m careful not to assume. If you were curating a list of best books with kick ass female characters, you would be fine with promoting a ton ten list of all male authors? Because female authors did not submit? Because they don’t sell as well? Because they have less opportunity to get published and recognized in the industry?

            I used “gay” in quotes because gay has a meaning that connotes something more than two men having sex. It’s a community, and the authors on your list (no doubt talented writers, maybe non-gay allies, well-intentioned as you seem to be) are not part of that community. How about a top ten list of Russian novels that is made up of all non-Russian authors? Would that be problematic for you. Zero. Nada. Not one, Alina. Equality of opportunity? Zero is not even close. Did you consider that one of the reasons that it was hard for you to find gay male authors is that they do not have the same opportunity to get published, even in a genre with which they have first hand experience? The same has been true with female authors, Black authors, Asian authors, etc., etc.

            This is a problem that is much larger than your list, and I see you are experiencing this as an attack. Oppression is hard. It affects all of us. I agree with you that in this case, equality may not be realistic, i.e. if say 90% of books written about gay men are written by women, is it fair to feature 50% gay male authors and 50% female authors? Probably not. I like the term fairness better than equality; and 0 gay male authors on a gay fiction top ten list is not fair to me. We can agree to disagree, and I promise I will go away quietly from your blog.

            I would suggest a fair solution would be to call your list 10 Must-Read Books Featuring Gay Angels Written by Women.

          • Andrew, are you telling me the many male authors who do well in this genre should be forced to write about angels so that they make it on all the lists? Should I get a whip out and force them to submit? They did enter all my other categories, but of course that doesn’t matter. And are you also telling me that I should base lists not on the quality or subject matter of the books, but on the gender of who wrote them? I see *that* as problematic, sorry.

            As for your question, I would include the female protagonists I considered bad ass. Period. I would not look at who wrote them if the criterion is their bad-assery. I would never, ever, have Bella from Twilight included over any of the female characters in Dune just because she was written by a female, no matter how she tried to make her amazing after she became a vampire.

            A gay book has nothing to do with whether the author is or is not a gay man. I based these lists on VOLUNTARY submissions. Not on sales or popularity. The authors had to have a book in the sub-genre and be willing to offer a copy in the giveaway, that’s it. I made it extremely easy so that everyone could enter. This was not a popular category so I did not remove anyone from it. Should I have punished all these writers by cancelling this particular list because they happen to be women?

            Also, the getting published bit is a non-issue as I am self-published and I made sure to promote this in a group for GLBTQ self-published authors. Also, please don’t assume my sexuality or what communities I am or am not part of. I would never dare tell any reader or writer he is not part of a community they play an active role in.

            And I’ve seen lists of best vampire books and movies with no Romanian authors/screenwriters on them (although they use our historical figures and myths). I’ve read quite a few series written (in English) by Romanians, so I know they exist. Should it matter who wrote the books or that they are great? I didn’t leave comments complaining there are no Romanian authors writing about Vlad the Impaler 🙂 I just went and wrote my own take on vampires. And added a Romanian MC. I have also been lectured on how to portray Romanian characters in a mindful manner. I don’t like playing who’s the most oppressed. I have not excluded anyone from my lists, and I am not planning to force anyone to do anything.

  4. Daphne Wing says:

    I love discovering new authors

  5. Helena Stone says:

    I only read Angel in a Book Shop from that list. If the other books are as good, this is indeed a must read list. Thank you for compiling it.

  6. jodi marinich says:

    all these books sounds really good

  7. Lee Todd says:

    I haven’t read many angel books, these look great!

  8. Lauren B. says:

    That k’s for the chance ^·^

  9. Joscelyn Smith says:

    Thank you for the chance to add to my mm collection 😘.

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  11. Sheryl H says:

    This is a wonderful collection of books. I focus on the stories and what they mean to me. Unfortunately, people are judgmental and focused on things they should let slide.

  12. Lala Albert says:

    These books sound great! I’m glad you took the time to curate this list.

  13. Susan says:

    I have already read a couple of these books but would love a chance to explore the rest.

  14. Paul W says:

    A great collection of books! Thanks for the chance 🙂

  15. Susan says:

    Hi Alina, I appreciate the effort you put into creating this giveaway! It looks like a fun collection of angel stories.

  16. Stuart says:

    Further to earlier comments, as a gay man I want to enjoy good gay fiction (angel stories are particularly welcome) and frankly I don’t care who writes it, male or female. In my opinion, Gay people should not class themselves into a “community” that excludes all others who value our place in this world.

  17. Ryzlaine says:

    Some great books to discover ! I love gay fiction and particularly when written by a woman … maybe because I’m one ?

  18. Eric Alan Westfall says:

    I’m a gay male in his mid-70’s. My introduction to MM romance was J.L. Langley’s “Without” series, followed by her scifi-Regency. I assumed J.L. Langley was a man because, hey, gay male characters with a whole lot of gay male type sex going on. Same assumption as I went on to other books where the author’s name was not clearly a woman’s name. And then comes “revelation day”…no recollection what the specifics were at this point…when I learned: (a) the vast majority of MM romances are written by women and (b) the vast majority of readers of MM romances are women. A huge shock to the very, very old-fashioned system! But then I came to the conclusion of “so what?” The gender of an author of fiction is irrelevant…at least to me. My only criterion for whether a book is good is whether or not I care what happens to the main characters; the more I care, the more I get emotionally involved with their lives, the better the book. If I was a heroin addict, would it matter to me whether the one who supplied me with high quality product was a man or a woman? no. Ditto for the suppliers of my MM romance addictions in the various genres I enjoy. Granted, there’s an extra bit of excitement when I find another male writer of MM romances, since we’re a minority, but that doesn’t mean he gets a pass if his writing isn’t good, just because of some brotherhood-of-gay-guys philosophy. Bottom line: there’s enough divisiveness in the world without creating a new and unnecessary one of us (gay men/gay male writers of MM romance) vs. them (any other writer of MM romances). Just my USD .02…with apologies for any offense given, as none was intended.

  19. Tj Richards says:

    Thanks for putting this together. I enjoy reading and there are several authors I haven’t read yet.

  20. Ginger Connatser says:

    These sound like really good books.

  21. Joelle Mendes says:

    I haven’t read any books with angels but I’m definitely interested. Will be checking these titles out for sure.

  22. Kimberly Porter says:

    Looks very interesting and varied for the filter categoriess.

  23. Terri says:

    These sound great!

  24. Brandi says:

    Thanks for this, 10 new books to look into, I haven’t read most of these authors.

  25. Amber Krogh says:

    Thank you for the list of books. I have only read My Broken Angel by Sadie Sins and it was fantastic. I can’t wait to read the others.

  26. mainemom says:

    I am excited to delve into reading this new { for me } subcategory. I have bookmarked your site and will be back when my book fund is refurbished !
    Thank you for email ~~

  27. Tina Brunelle says:

    this is a great give away thank you for letting me enter

  28. Michelle H. says:

    I haven’t read many Angel books, so I think lists like this are a good way of introducing it to readers.
    There are a few authors I recognize and I’ll be checking these out to see if I like the subgenre. On this list, I’ve only read Death Mask (and I really enjoyed it) but Lexi Ander is an autobuy for me.

    Thanks for a chance to win.

  29. Jennifer says:

    Alina, thank you for putting the effort into these lists and giveaways. I hope the people out there like Andrew don’t damper your spirit. I’m not sure where Andrew is coming from. It’s a known fact that not only women write gay stories…we read more of them too! I don’t care who wrote a story. I care if the telling of the story is well done. Anything less is hindering a possibly great tale from being told. So again, thank you. I love discovering new authors.

  30. Diane says:

    I’ve read some of these and loved them all! What a wonderful selection by some of the best authors currently writing in the genre. Thank you for the Giveaway!

  31. Diane says:

    I just read Andrew’s post. I’m looking forward to the day where we don’t even have to have any labels at all and romance is romance. Idealistic perhaps but I’d love to see it in my lifetime.

  32. this is awesome love the selection

  33. Aobibliophile says:

    Thanks for the chanc!

  34. Gina Marie says:

    I don’t get the people bent out of shape about the gender of authors. All I care about is whether they can write a story I enjoy. I have male authors I love. Some write just mm books, some write het and some write both. I read all their books irregardless of het or mm or even ff designation. There are many authors I love that I’m not sure what their gender is. With the number of ebooks companies still in business they should be able to find a publisher. If they can’t, they can do what many female authors do and self publish. Silly. I just hate that people are using who wrote the books as whether you should regard them as good books.That is like saying if you haven’t been married or in a long-term relationship you can’t write hea romance, or a virgin can’t write anything but sweet romance.

  35. Beth says:

    Lots of books added to the wish list. Thanks for the contest too.

  36. Suzelle says:

    This angel-themed gay fictions giveaway is a really great idea 😀
    All those blurbs totally got me interested 🙂
    Even if I don’t win, I’m definitively going to try to find those books somewhere & buy them 😉

  37. ClauNes13 says:

    A lot of new-to-me authors, many look very interesting. Thanks for the opportunity 🙂

  38. Francina says:

    Looks like a good collection of books.

  39. Esperanza Garcia says:

    These books look awesome! Would love to get my eyes on each and every one of them! xoxoxox

  40. Renee says:

    I have Sadie Sins as one of my favorite authors, but my favorite author would be Catherine Lievens, I have purchased all of her books, from Whitedell Pride, to Gillham Pack, to Council Enforcers, and I have many more m/m romance, from; straight-to-gay, enemy-to-lover, young-true-love, supernatural-romance, but my favorites are when it is true love.

  41. Carmel S says:

    Since being introduced to it by my nephew the LGBT/MM/gay romance genre has become my favourite because there is always a story involved without all the angst. Yes, some are heartbreakingly sweet – and I am not explaining myself very well. I especially like the shifter/paranormal stories. I’m not sure why, maybe it’s because I am just weird and come from a weird tribe or maybe it’s because I am old and don’t give a damn what people think any more, although I do get into some interesting conversations on train trips. I mostly like investigating the story behind the story, delving into my idea of the writer’s mental processes to write a particular scene into a story. Who knows??? Authors, please just keep them coming. Cheers & blessings to you all

  42. casey says:

    This is a fab contest and I’d love to have these on my Kindle during my European “Grand Tour” for reading over 9 weeks.

  43. Alice Malary says:

    all these books sounds really good and would like to add these to my bookshelf….

  44. Just may be the best collection ive seen

  45. L W says:

    Looks like a great mix of books!

  46. Carra S says:

    I have several of these on my wish list already, and just added the rest that weren’t as they all sound great! Thanks for the list and the chance to win 🙂

  47. Renee says:

    I have 3 of books so far, but reading the information of the other ones, and I really would love to read the other ones. Because the seemed to have passion in the story.

  48. Cosmic_Dave says:

    This is so awesome! It is hard to find books with gay m/m angels. Thank you for this.

  49. Kat M. says:

    I never would have thought of the wonderful books without receiving this email. I am actually interested in a lot of the books and have pin them to my pinterest acct. Thanks for opening my eyes to a new genre.

  50. ChaosMoon says:

    Thank you for the suggestions and all your hard work. If people don’t like the list, they can make their own and don’t have to read them. No one is forcing anyone to be here. Also, this is not a new topic of debate: http://www.lambdaliterary.org/features/06/08/straight-womengay-romance/. People spend their money and time on what they like. Please don’t be discouraged by someone who is obviously not your target audience.

  51. Mitz says:

    These are awesome books ive yet to read!

  52. H.B. says:

    Thank you for the list and giveaway

  53. Pam H. says:

    Alina, after reading the conversation between you and Andrew, I want you to know I fully agree that you are in the right. This is not a case of you creating a list of the ‘Best Gay Fiction Featuring Angels of All Time’, this is a promotional/sale list that authors voluntarily joined. This is clearly a sore topic for Andrew and he seems to have failed to take reality into account.

    Regarding the email you sent asking about opinions on women reading and writing gay fiction, I think gay romance fills the niche for straight women that lesbian fantasies or ‘girl on girl action’ fills for straight men. This is not an endorsement of those stereotypes, but men like them for a reason. Two girls doing sexy things without a man present against whom the viewer would fall short in comparison–why wouldn’t straight men like them? Gay fantasy lets straight women fantasize about men of every possible size and shape doing all the brave/romantic/fatherly/sensitive/bad boy things we want them to do without presenting a competing female. Also, if you are a female some of the descriptions in straight novels just get annoying–why do I want to hear about the heroine’s perfect slim figure and how much the hero likes her double d’s? My body certainly doesn’t look like that! It can make the fantasy seem obtainable only by women with perfect bodies. Gay men from the start have a more difficult time than even plain faced or fat straight women for a variety of societal reasons–sheer numbers of available partners being a big one–so we can enjoy the fantasy from their point of view while feeling empowered; if these men can do it, so can we.

    On female writers of gay fiction, all of the above applies. Every writing teacher will tell you write what you know, so the same factors that resonate with me and other straight/bi women will apply to writers. Why shouldn’t they write their fantasy just like every other romance writer?

    As a happy benefit, these books also help expand the social consciousness of non-gay readers (especially since this genre is much more likely to address all forms of alternate sexuality than most genres) and are probably a huge factor in creating support for the LGBTQ community among women who might not otherwise have strong opinions through ignorance or lack of exposure. It’s one thing to be unsure about the importance of gay marriage when it is an abstract, but when you’ve just finished reading about how character x died/almost died because he wasn’t covered by character y’s health insurance because they couldn’t marry it becomes much more real. So who cares about the gender of the author, I say the more gay books the better!

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