Kelly Haworth

LGBT Scifi and Fantasy Author

October 2, 2015
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Queer Romance Month

Hey guys! I have the very special honor of being a part of Queer Romance Month this year.  It’s a movement devoted to celebrating the subgenre of LGBTQIA romance authors and books. You can click the logo above to check … Continue reading

September 7, 2015
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A Norm Rarely Challenged

Life’s about to get a little more complicated. My family is leveling up from one kid to two. I’m pregnant! We’re relieved that it happened relatively easily for us this time, and I’m currently sitting at 11 weeks and things … Continue reading

August 21, 2015
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US Trans Survey

Hey everyone! I have a bunch of blog plans floating around in the back of my head but right now I wanted to talk a bit about the US trans survey, which has just been made available for any trans/genderqueer/nonbinary … Continue reading

July 16, 2015
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You’ve Got a Friend

…in me. Recently I stumbled across an idiom that I’ve seen often, but today I really looked at it differently. It comes in many forms, but is essentially: “If someone gets you down, get away from them, you don’t need … Continue reading

May 8, 2015
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Published!

Hey everyone! Quick post for you today. I have a short story published today through Daily Science Fiction! You can read Strings here. This piece is my first publication, and I’m very excited to start putting my name on the … Continue reading

March 17, 2015
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Moderation

There are sayings about the advantage of moderation in our lives, like being able to enjoy bad foods–only in moderation!  I’ve noticed over the past few months that there are other things that are better enjoyed in moderation as well. … Continue reading

February 14, 2015
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Stereotypes and Gender

I have always enjoyed those that push the boundaries of stereotypes. Now, stereotypes exist because they are a quick easy way to identify people in a person’s environment. Though notice I didn’t say a kind way, as some stereotypes can … Continue reading