Matthews, NC – April 13, 2016 – “An Act of Devotion” (ISBN: 9781938108860) by A. M. Leibowitz is a modern and sexy romance.
Adam Lansing has always relied on his charm to get by. Sure, he’s starting over—new school, new graduate assistant position—but he knows he won’t have any trouble working his magic on anyone he chooses.
Antonio “AJ” Mancuso is deep inside his head. He’s cool, calm, and confident. But despite all the friends around him, he often feels like he straddles two worlds. Is there anyone who could love him for everything that defines him—past and present?
“An Act of Devotion” combines bisexual awareness and activism with steamy romance. Social issues like domestic violence, and transgenderism also features in the intimate cast of characters. This New Adult novel is already skyrocketing in orders and is poised to get great reviews.
A. M. Leibowitz has an established following. Praise for previous books include:
“I’ve read several novels now that deal with the conflict between homosexuality and religion, but ‘Anthem’ is one of my favorites…the story touches on a whole host of issues—the importance of being truthful with yourself as well as others, and the complexities of love and friendship.” – Reader on Amazon
“If I could only use one word to describe the theme of [Lower Education], it would have to be growth. Not only Phin’s incredible growth as a person but the growth of him and Alex’s overall relationship is amazing! … The characters just wrap around your heart.” – Reader on Amazon
“An Act of Devotion” is available for pre-order on Amazon (http://www.amazon.com/Act-Devotion-M-Leibowitz-ebook/dp/B01CW64ENI/) right now. A. M. Leibowitz is available for interviews, blogs, and guest posts.
A. M. Leibowitz is a queer spouse, parent, feminist, and book-lover falling somewhere on the Geek-Nerd Spectrum. Hir published fiction includes hir novels, Lower Education, Passing on Faith, and Anthem, as well as some short works, and hir stories have included in several anthologies. In between novels and editing, ze blogs coffee-fueled, quirky commentary on faith, culture, writing, books, and hir family.
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