Alexis Hall, author of many wonderful queer genre novels, is Quinn’s guest for this special two-episode conversation about queerness, identity, publishing, inspiration, and affirmation.
The full list of Alexis’s books can be found at quicunquevult.com on his Books page . A few that come up in the conversation include
- The trans-centric romance novel A Lady for a Duke (“A lush, sweeping queer historical romance from the bestselling author of Boyfriend Material—perfect for fans of Netflix’s Bridgerton, Evie Dunmore, and Manda Collins!”)
- Gay romcoms Boyfriend Material (“Wanted: One (fake) boyfriend, practically perfect in every way”) and Husband Material (“Wanted: One (very real) husband, nowhere near perfect but desperately trying his best”)
- A queer, multi-dimensional reimagining of Sherlock Holmes, The Affair of the Mysterious Letter (“In this charming, witty, and weird fantasy novel, Alexis Hall pays homage to Sherlock Holmes with a new twist on those renowned characters.”)
Alexis’ latest release, Paris Daillencourt Is About to Crumble (“A sweet and scrumptious romantic comedy about facing your insecurities, finding love, and baking it off, no matter what people say.”), is out the same week as part I of this conversation.
He also shares many queer book recommendations, as mentioned in the broadcast: those can be found here.