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Authors as Readers: Julie Bozza

…where we ask our favorite authors about their LGBT reading experiences…

What was the first book you’ve read?
*I very much want to answer “Maurice” by E.M. Forster – and if it was anything else, it was so long ago I’ve completely forgotten by now!

What is your favorite book?
*Can I have more than one…? :)

What’s your favorite sub-genre/category (paranormal, shifters, cops, suspense, dystopian, BDSM, etc)?
*In terms of reading, I don’t really have one. Quality comes before genre! In terms of writing, I mostly write contemporary.

Which book would you love to see made into a movie?
*”Make Do and Mend” by Adam Fitzroy; “Fox Hunt” by Chris Quinton; and if I may be so bold, “Butterfly Hunter” by me!

Which book do you wish you had written?
*My next one! And then the one after that!

Who is your book boyfriend?
*Well, back in my teen years, boyfriend duties were shared between Aragorn, Mr Darcy and King Arthur. (These days, I have a couple of actor boyfriends…)

What book are you currently reading or reading next?
*Currently top of the pile is “Intersex and Identity: The Contested Self” by Sharon E. Preves.

Julie Bozza’s website can be found here.

5 comments on “Authors as Readers: Julie Bozza

  1. syleegurl
    October 7, 2013

    I think Butterfly Hunter would make a beautiful movie! (so excited for book 2!!! :) )


  2. ilhem3606
    October 7, 2013

    I added Maurice and will keep the other books in mind. Thanks for the great recs.


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