What if you came home for Thanksgiving and your family home had disappeared?
Picture this: You started your first year at university a couple months ago and you haven’t been home since. You miss your parents, but you’ve learned a lot about yourself living away. Your family was accepting when you came out queer, but everything’s different now that you’re questioning your gender identity too. Even if you can work up the nerve to tell your parents, will they ever understand?
That’s the least of your concerns when you get home to find your house isn’t there. It’s just… gone! The neighbours have no idea who you are. What happened to your family? How can you find them? And does anyone remember the way things used to be?
A Paranormal LGBTQ Young Adult Novelette
Foxglove’s fiction has been called SPECTACULAR by Rainbow Reviews and UNFORGETTABLE by USA Today.
Foxglove Lee is a former aspiring Broadway Baby who now writes LGBTQ fiction for children, teens and young adults. She tries not to be too theatrical, but her characters often take over. Her debut novel, Tiffany and Tiger’s Eye, is set in the 80s and features an evil doll!
Other books by Foxglove Lee include: Truth and Other Lies, Sylvie and the Christmas Ghost, Rainbow Crush, plus children’s titles The Secret of Dreamland and Ghost Turkey and the Pioneer Graveyard.
Foxglove's fiction has been called SPECTACULAR by Rainbow Reviews and UNFORGETTABLE by USA TODAY.
When the couple next door asks Jay to babysit, he can't help wondering… why him? Did they hire Jay as some kind of queer role model because they suspect little Sarah is gay?
At the park, when Sarah and Jay run across the guy he's been pseudo-stalking, Sarah insists she’s a boy. Darien’s sheer sexiness makes Jay pretty brain-dead, and he can't think what to talk about except how Sarah wants everyone to call her Frank. The funny kid reminds Darien of his transgender cousin. Could Sarah be trans, too? Should Jay talk to her parents? What if they say it's none of his business? What if they fire him?
Well, then he'll just have to spend his summer watching Darien work in the park, sweaty and shirtless...
This Christmas, Nicole will meet her girlfriend’s parents for the first time. If she makes it there alive…
Nicole couldn’t be more nervous about shaking hands with Darla’s mother and father. Her own family hasn’t exactly been supportive. But on her way to their house in rural Maryland, she nearly collides with a barefoot old woman standing in the road. From there, strange things start to happen. A chase through the snow, a stone cottage in the woods, a raging fire.
Will Nicole make it out alive?
Ever fall in love with your best friend? It turns your world upside down. Just ask Mila and Laura, two teens who realize they want to be more than just friends. But even if they surrender to love, can they ever find the courage to tell the world? Find out over the course of three teen tales: I Hate Love, Happy Birthday, Klutzface!, and Dress Like A Dude.
When Lana spends the summer with her cousin Emily, it’s a country mouse/city mouse situation. Lana loves exploring the woods around Emily’s house. She’s so excited to get away from construction sites and skyscrapers. But when the cousins find a mysterious old-time radio in a dilapidated shack, that’s when the trouble begins. Emily can’t get enough of the music it plays. She’s obsessed with the strange, ethereal sounds. What’s worse is that there are tales of a ghostly DJ who draws teens to their deaths. Could Emily be next on his list?
Queer Ghost Stories are standalone tales that can be read in any order. Download Ghost Radio today!
Qu’est-ce qu’y se passe devant l'école?
Quand Mila et Laura rentrent du déjeuner, il y a une grande manifestation étudiante. Leurs signes et pancartes disent « Les gars ne doivent pas porter des vêtements pour filles » et « Habilles-toi comme un mec! » Il s'avère qu'un nouvel étudiant Goth porte tout ce qu'il veut, y compris les jupes.
Mila et Laura sortent ensemble depuis la dernière année scolaire mais elles n'ont même pas embrassé en public. Est-ce que ce jeune étudiant qui n'a peur de personne va les inspirer à sortir du placard, ou est-ce que la réaction d'autres ados va les pousser plus profondément là-dedans?
Foxglove’s fiction has been called SPECTACULAR by Rainbow Reviews and UNFORGETTABLE by USA TODAY!
What's going on in front of the school?
When Mila and Laura get back from lunch, there's a big student protest going on. Signs and placards say "Guys Shouldn't Wear Girl Clothes" and "Dress Like A Dude." Turns out a new student doesn't believe in gender-conformity. He’s a Goth guy who wears whatever he wants, including skirts. This ninth grader's got guts!
Mila and Laura have been dating since last school year and they haven't even kissed in public. Will this young student who isn't afraid of anyone inspire them to come out, or will other kids' reactions drive them deeper into the closet?
LGBTQ short fiction for teens from the author of Tiffany and Tiger’s Eye & Truth and Other Lies!