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Tam Lin: A Modern, Queer Retelling

Length:
79 pages
1 hour
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Released:
Dec 30, 2020
ISBN:
9781005425036
Format:
Book

Description

After a fight with his fiance, Tom Lane needs a change of pace--more accurately, an escape so he can lick his wounds. He travels to Ireland in search of his Ulster-Scots roots.Though he was adopted as a child, Tom is adrift in adulthood and hopes the history of his biological family will help him understand himself and what he truly desires.

While on holiday, he meets Fergus and Aoife, sexy tour guides looking to show Tom a little more than the scenery. Their whirlwind romance sweeps him off his feet, and Tom dreams of making a life with his new lovers. But not all is merry and twee in the Emerald Isle.

Tom soon learns the truth of his past...and the history of his legendary ancestor. The stories he’s heard his entire life aren’t stories at all: they’re warnings. But when Tom finds himself facing the Wild Hunt, it might be too late to listen.

Publisher:
Released:
Dec 30, 2020
ISBN:
9781005425036
Format:
Book

About the author

TJ grew up in the shadow of NYC in Pennsylvania and once thought of “the city” as the center of the known universe. She spent her childhood exploring her rural cousins’ woods. Books a formative part of her life, she was determined to live as the Boxcar children, so spent much of that time building forts and making plans. She loved to tell stories from a young age. Her first involved Rick Schroder, spies, and vampires.TJ loves to build worlds with words, exploring themes of the effect of diaspora on latter generations, feminism, gender, and race with the backdrop of tech or magic and dragons (sometimes both). These stories are inspired by her own family’s multi-racial/cultural immigrant experience. She’s queer and many of her characters fall somewhere on the LGBTQIA spectrum (though that is not the focus of her work).She’s married to an engineer who dances. Together they are raising three precocious teens in the Seattle suburbs. Two of her children are neurodiverse. Her experiences have taught her much about the world, its beauties, and its injustices. All of this comes through in her fiction, along with a healthy dose of absurd humor.


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