Celebrating Pride Month with Jennifer Laslie #Spotlight #Wotr24 #attendingauthor

Hello, and thanks for being here to Celebrate Pride Month with Twinsie Talk. I’m Twinsie Tenise, self proclaimed resident MM reader and reviewer over here at Twinsie Talk. Throughout the Month of June we will be sharing Q&A sessions we had with over a dozen authors who write LGBTQIA Romance or books with LGBTQIA characters. Each day will Spotlight a different author. We hope you enjoy getting to know these wonderful authors and find lots of new books to fill your TBR.

Special thanks to all of the authors who signed up and took the time to answer the questions.
Shoutout and HUGE thank you to Twinsie Jo for the amazing rainbow graphics and Twinsie Angie for her input and assistance. Love you both! 😘
Today we are celebrating Pride Month with Jennifer Laslie.
Jennifer is another Writers on the River family member. Her sarcasm and wit match ours and she has a heart of gold. She and her husband are so supportive, even behind the scenes. They literally jumped in and assisted with moving tables one night before event day. She and Twinsie Angie share a mutual love for Disney and Taylor Swift! I am also a Swiftie. And while I can’t get on the Disney bandwagon, their love for the place is adorable. I mean look at her face in the pic below. Pure bliss! I love it! We cannot wait to see you next month.

Jennifer Laslie is a crazy cat lady who lives in Utah with her wonderful family. Her office affords her a mountain view that she loves! When she’s not thinking about cheesecake or cats, she can be found in the bookstore in the Young Adult section, coffee in hand.

🏳️‍🌈What’s your name and a little about you?
My name is Jennifer Laslie. I currently live in Layton, Utah with my family. I absolutely love the mountains! I’d also say I’m a crazy cat lady, but we determined a few months ago that my husband is the problem! HAHA!
🏳️‍🌈What made you decide to write LGBTQIA romance?
I’m bisexual myself and there just didn’t seem to be a lot of good bisexual or lesbian romance out there.
🏳️‍🌈Do you prefer to write standalones or series? Why?
I prefer to write standalones when it comes to the F/F stories, but I’m open to writing a series. A lot of it has to do with just coming up with a good series arc for it.
🏳️‍🌈Do you have a current WIP? Care to share any details?
I’m currently writing Forsaken Bonds with my friend Julie, who writes her LGBTQ+ stiff under Jenesis St. Clare. Part of it is currently up on Kindle Vella. It’s a rejected mates, enemies to lovers F/F story.
What are your must have writing snacks and drinks?
I’m good with some honey roasted pecans, chocolate peanut butter pie oreos, or a good cup of coffee to help me write!
🏳️‍🌈If someone has never read your work, which book would you recommend?
If they’re looking for LGBTQ+ and like series, I’d recommend my Unfortunate Spells Series, but only the last book has a F/F storyline. If they’re wanting a good, quick read, they can try Forbidden Throne which is my LGBTQ+ Fantasy Novella, which is one of my best sellers!
🏳️‍🌈If you could recommend 1 LGBTQIA Romance (not your own) to readers, what would that book be?
If you like F/F, I would recommend you try Ariel Marie’s Sailing with Her Wolf!
🏳️‍🌈What do you enjoy doing in your free time?
I enjoy read, formatting books for other authors, and binging reality TV shows like Love is Blind and Married at First Sight.
🏳️‍🌈Anything else you would like to add?
I’d like to counter with a question myself to the readers out there. If you could find the perfect F/F story to read, what genre would it be and what tropes would it include?



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