Once upon a time a queer author named Foxglove Lee wrote a lesbian novel set in 1986. Tiffany and Tiger's Eye was originally published by a small LGBT press, but it's recently been reissued by me. New edition, new cover. In fact, TWO new covers! I decided on different covers for the ebook and paperback editions. Why not? You only live once.
So, wow, I just realized Tiffany and Tiger's Eye is set more than 30 years in the past. Time flies!
Tiffany and Tiger's Eye is my favourite of all the works of fiction I've written. I want my words to find their way to the readers who need them, so tell your friends! Yes, this is YA but it works just as well as retro/nostalgia fiction for those of us who grew up in the 80s.
Basically I wrote Tiffany and Tiger's Eye (as an adult) for my 14-year-old self: the kid who loved to read but never could find age-appropriate lesbian fiction on the library shelves. Looking back, I think the reason I started reading literary fiction at quite a young age is... that's where the lesbians were! Yay! I found them!
These days there are plenty of queer books for teens, but that doesn't mean we queer authors need to stop writing them. I want more, more, more, and so do readers!
If you're hooked on lesbian fiction, read Tiffany and Tiger's Eye.
If you're ready to time-travel back the 80s, read Tiffany and Tiger's Eye.
If you're intrigued by evil dolls, read Tiffany and Tiger's Eye.
If you love mysteries, secrets and family drama, read Tiffany and Tiger's Eye.
If you can't wait for the next season of Stranger Things, read Tiffany and Tiger's Eye.
There are pretty much 15 million reasons to read Tiffany and Tiger's Eye.
Find it at iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/id1206231008
Barnes and Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/tiffany-and-tigers-eye-foxglove-lee/1118740939
Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=vxUgDgAAQBAJ
How many secrets can one family keep?If there’s one thing Rebecca knows, it’s how to keep her problems under wraps. It’s easy to keep your mouth shut when you’ve got no friends, but with a rock-and-roll dad who drinks too much and a mom who works day and night, Rebecca needs a sympathetic ear. That’s why she tells her troubles to Yvette, an antique doll that once belonged to her grandmother.In the summer of 1986, after her father’s strange disappearance, Rebecca and her little brother are sent to stay at the cottage, where she meets Tiffany: a water-skiing blonde who dresses like Madonna, makes her own jewellery, and claims to see auras.But strange things happen when Rebecca spends time with Tiffany. Her aunt and uncle are convinced she’s acting out—and she’d have good reason to, considering they won’t tell her where her father is—but she can’t seem to convince them she isn’t the one trashing her bedroom and setting fires. Unlikely as it seems, Yvette must be the culprit.There’s nothing more dangerous than a jealous doll who knows all your secrets…A paranormal 80s nostalgia lesbian romance for teens!
You can also buy Tiffany and Tiger's Eye from Amazon!
Amazon Canada: http://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B06VTC7XRR
Amazon UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B06VTC7XRR