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  • Fragments

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    Maloose’s first book “Fragments” is a collection of morbid and somber short stories written in a span of twenty years, mainly during high school and college. He drew the illustrations himself specifically as part of each story.


  • Chameleon on Plaid

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    Part sex comedy, part historical what-if, Chameleon on Plaid is a racy joyride through the diverse neighbourhoods of Toronto in the late 1980s. It follows a group of bohemian young white men and women in their twenties from various social ...


  • Silk & Scars

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    Emotionally broken, psychologically haunted, and physically scarred, Trenton Jacobs is afraid to love. At 28, the tattooed Las Vegas mechanic has spent his life taking care of his little sister, Olivia, protecting her from all the ugliness in the ...


  • A Wake For The Dreamland

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    Friends William, Robert, and Annie are on the cusp of adulthood while the world is on the brink of war. It is a Canadian summer in 1939 and Robert and Annie’s love has blossomed, even as the inevitability of the boys joining up means separation and ...


  • You've Changed

    An evocative autoethnography by

    Lesbian women who partner with female-to-male transsexuals (FTMs) are all but invisible in the literature. They have been scarcely depicted in published work, very few research studies have considered them an interesting population, and there are ...


  • Caroline Starts Over

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    After eighteen years of feigning contentment in an unfulfilling marriage, forty-eight year old Caroline Matthews is finally liberated when her husband dies suddenly. Caroline is determined to reclaim her life and attempts to turn back the clock to a ...


  • Free Me From This Bond

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    This novel is an epic real-life adventure/bromance about a gay street activist from San Francisco (Ezekiel Krahlin), who falls in love with (and becomes a sidekick to) a remarkable and incredibly handsome gay male (Arwyn Miles) who the author ...


  • Where is it Written that I have to be like you?

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    Where is it Written that I have to be like you? is an ant farm of rich, quirky characters who live very interesting lives. It is a story about a group of friends who love each other and make us think about what friendship truly is. The reader ...