So as you have probably heard, there is a new search engine called Kiddle which describes itself as a safe search engine for kids. Too bad it’s actually dangerous. Too bad it’s actually a homophobic body-shaming way to tell kids that sexuality is bad, the LGBT community is bad, and their own curiosity about bodies […]
I’m giving away ten copies of my book, PRIDE: CELEBRATING DIVERSITY AND COMMUNITY. You probably know how this works- but if you haven’t entered a Goodreads giveway before, it is super easy to do. Just follow the link below! And if you want to read a bit more about the book, check out the early […]
My new book, PRIDE: CELEBRATING DIVERSITY AND COMMUNITY is featured in the KUCHU TIMES and I couldn’t be more excited and honored. Kuchu is a slang word adopted by Uganda’s LGBTI people to discreetly identify themselves and speak more safely about LGBTI issues in a climate where openly identifying as LGBTI is difficult and highly dangerous. […]
I’m giving away ten copies of my new YA novel, Under Threat! It’ll be published March 1, by Orca Books. You can enter to win on Goodreads- just follow the link below. Goodreads Book Giveaway Under Threat by Robin Stevenson Giveaway ends February 28, 2016. See the giveaway details at Goodreads. Enter Giveaway
I’m always rather anxious during that time period between advance copies going out and the first review of my newest book appearing. That’s been even more true with my book about Pride- because it is about our beautiful, diverse and complicated LGBTQ community, and it feels so important for young readers and so personal for me, and […]
I have an eleven year old son who is an avid gamer and all-round techie. He made me this video to celebrate the launch of my new middle grade novel, The Summer We Saved the Bees. How awesome is that? And really… why ARE there no bees in Minecraft yet?
I started making a list of my favorite YA novels with LGBTQ characters, but soon realized there were way too many of them– and that many of them were already pretty well known. So I decided to focus on novels written by writers who live north of the border. There are so many terrific Canadian […]