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Another book to review for Oasis, any takers?

Two Spirits, One Heart: A Mother, Her Transgender Son, and their Journey to Love and Acceptance

Published by Riverdale Avenue Books

290 Pages

In the first book of its kind, mother, educator, and LGBT activist Marsha Aizumi shares her compelling story of parenting a young woman who came out as a lesbian, then transitioned to male. Two Spirits, One Heart chronicles Marsha's personal journey from fear, uncertainty, and sadness to eventual unconditional love, acceptance, and support of her child who struggled to reconcile his gender identity. Told with honesty and warmth, this book is a must-read for parents and loved ones of LGBT individuals everywhere.

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And, to keep track...

MaddieJoy is supposed to be reviewing this for the site, since the end of June:

Mordred and the King

Curlovich takes readers back to the sixth century as the classical world is dying and being rapidly replaced by the Christian world. Prince Mordred is the son of Morgan le Fay, the witch-queen who rules Wales. Morgan and her entourage have long plotted to regain control of England, the Christian country ruled by her brother, King Arthur. They want to destroy everything Arthur has built. Arthur and his party lose their way on a hunting trip and end up in Morgan’s realm. While visiting his sister’s castle, Arthur is glimpsed by young Mordred, who falls instantly, hopelessly in love with him. In no time Mordred begins to plan to escape from his mother and to join Arthur in England.

“Mordred and the King is a smart, sexy, fast-paced read that’s also beautifully written and well-researched. John’s gift in this novel is taking the legend and all the rich historical detail that we’re familiar with and turning it all onto its head. Readers will never look at King Arthur the same way,” says Don Weise, editorial director of Magnus Books.

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