can't touch this (whimsicalwoo) wrote in romanticsuspens,
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A bisexual regency novel? Bring it on!

This weekend come on down and visit your friends representing such groups as the New York Area Bisexual Network, Bialogue, PFLAG-Queens, BiNet USA and the Bisexual Resource Center at the Bisexual Community's Booth at the 13th annual Original GLBT Expo.

This is the place to find out about all the various meetings, support groups & things to do for everyone in the NYC bisexual community.

The Expo, the oldest and largest business/entertainment event for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community will be back again for it’s 13th year at the Javits Convention Center in New York City. Featured events this year include a LGBT Wedding Expo, The Passport Magazine Travel Show, The New Fest LGBT Film Festival, Brini Maxwell of the InStyle Network, the winner of the Mr. Gay International 2006 and all day entertainment with top names including Sister Funk, Kim Sozzi, Brad Hampton and more. Plus there will be tons of product samplings; over 400 exhibits with new products and services; travel giveaways; door prizes and so much more.

Admission: $12 for 1 day or $18 for a 2 day pass

Also in attendance & autographing copies of her work, will be Ann Herendeen the author of the new Bisexual Regency Romance novel, “Phyllida and the Brotherhood of Philander”.

For those of you who have not read it, "Phyllida" is the story of a self-identified gay man in 1812 London who makes a marriage of convenience with a practical but impoverished lady of good family and then surprises himself--and her--by falling in love with his wife! Then meets his ideal male partner.

Like all true romances, the story has a happy ending, in every sense of those words. Those of us who have read it have found it hysterical as well as historic, and most delightfully erotic.

Some of you may be wondering why I'm helping to advertise a regency romance in a romantic suspense community, but really, this community was made to be a departure from the traditional historical/regency roots of the romance novels of yore. And boy, how could you depart any more from that when the glass ceiling of the heterosexual romance genre still remains, for the most part, in place.

Let's expand the genre! Whoo! I haven't read this book yet, can't really afford to at the moment (poor student and all that), but I just thought it needed advertising here. So if you can afford it or are just curious, check out the official ad which was posted in romancenovels.
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