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Rainbow Connection

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So, I am over halfway with #RC and feel confident, now, that it will reach it’s publication date. So, it felt the appropriate time to do a cover reveal, and an explantion.

Rainbow Connection is a selection of 7-stories. The idea was first conceived from wanting to write a story without using sexuality labels. I simply wanted to write a love story without having to use the word gay, just like in straight stories where they never mention the word straight. I figured, whilst writing the first instalment of the story that I wanted to take it further, and removed all LGBTQA+ words from all of these stories, so, these stories are about 7 boys, some are in relationships, some aren’t, most of them like boys, they all have a journey to go on, and all attend a the same support group, Rainbow Connection.

 

R.J.

 

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More Announcements; Treble Clef

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So, I’ve been on a bit of seesaw with this book, but I’ve finally decided I’d give it one more go.

I’ve redesigned my cover, and will have the book edited at some point during 2016, then it will be re-published for the last time.

R.J.

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I was having a chat with a friend.

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And it was about Caitlyn Jenner, like most of the population, it was about her recent comment to the lovely Ellen.

Of course, I have to state, I do not agree with her statement, and I think it’s terrible, but what interested me was my friends reaction which was ‘But she’s part of LGBT, she has to accept it’ and I thought, God I wish that was true.

I understand why she thought that, like, I do get it, but sometimes I feel it couldn’t be further than the truth if we tried.

Being asexual, I have witnessed this, other members of the LGBTQA+ community not accepting my sexuality as valid which really sucks, because I accept theirs, but unfortunately it doesn’t work like that. It intrigues, and I think saddens me at the same time, because how can someone who’s gone through being different and coming out, shun someone else for being different and coming out. It’s as hard for both people, whether they are gay, bisexual, trans*, asexual, pansexual, or whatever they may be.

We don’t need to be hating on each other, we need to be supporting, but I also think we’re a long way, away from that.

R.J.

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R.J. Seeley Stats!

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Spotlight Book!

In the spotlight is Sex Education

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Five year eleven students have a sex education class there never going to forget. Now that sex has become part of their lives its come a little too fast, sure you can joke and mess but when it comes down to it who really knows when they’re ready? Stephen and Katie have been dating for two years and he’s ready but she’s not, she won’t go any further than fooling around and that’s starting to annoy Stephen. He wants to go all the way with her but will never force her into anything so is stuck. James (Scout) has been spending a lot of time with his laptop lately but he can’t seem to stop himself, he pines after having a girlfriend but is too scared to make a move. Charlotte can be crude when she wants to be, she can discuss sex like it’s nobody’s business but when he comes to it she’s far too scared to try anything at all! And Noah, Noah just sits back and watches as it happens, he’s had sex so it’s just amusement to him, but he won’t give any details to anyone, at all.

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Spotlight Book!

In the spotlight is Treble Clef

Treble Clef

Triplets Nathan, Nathaniel and Daniel have come to their last year of their Boarding School where they study music. Nathan who plays the piano begins a busy year, composing for the opposite schools musical, whilst also writing pieces of music for his final recital and finally being able to tell the boy he likes, that he likes him. Nathaniel who plays flute, discovers he’s in a no-where relationship with the girl he’s been with for two years but he just can’t bring himself to break up with her and that taking six weeks out of crucial recital rehearsal cannot end well and Daniel who plays the violin finally admits how much his best friends relationship hurts him and tries his hardest to get over it.

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Gay Life and why I write it…

Allot of people always ask me why I tend to write more Gay Fiction than anything else and I don’t usually have a reply for them although usually it’s more because I don’t want to reply to them, it’s my choice – right? I can write what I want without people having ask why – right?

Recently I went to see the April Ashley exhibit in the Liverpool Museum and it was fascinating completely fascinating whilst I was there my dad asked me why I enjoyed learning about LGBT issues and LGBT culture and I had really nothing to reply, he then asked me if I had a point to get across when I write and I thought more into that.

I began writing Gay Fiction when I was fourteen, then I didn’t have a point to get across I was more just experimenting with writing different characters and different perspectives but as I’ve grown older and became thinking more in-depth about my writing.

My point is usually that you should feel good about yourself no matter what (I know very Disney Channel Original Movie) I like to write people conquering things or growing in confidence. Recently I’ve branched out and began writing different kind of people and I always find it interesting researching finding real peoples point of views, finding real peoples experiences and real events that have happened.

I’d like to also put forward that I don’t just write Gay Porn. If there’s a sex scene within my book there is usually a reason for it and sometimes it can be as simple as the characters love each other.

I decided to take some stats due to peoples presumptions.

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Overall I found I had more straight characters within my books than Gay characters. Of course when you put it into a graph of the Gay Main Characters against Straight (Bisexual and Asexual) Main Characters

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The numbers explain enough. But I will never stop writing Gay characters until I want to stop, I will continue to do what I want to without having to explain it to people.

R.J

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