The TERF J.K. Rowling can fuck right off, and here’s a contest

As you may know by now, I am enby and J.K. Rowling is a TERF. Which reminds me of review I got a while ago:

Lance S. Elliott – 4.0 out of 5 stars

Review of “The Moon Cried Blood”

Reviewed in the United States on November 21, 2013
Format: Kindle Edition-Verified Purchase

This is an amazing book. I downloaded this book on the day it was offered for free.

This is not a Twilight or Harry Potter book. In my opinion, it’s better. There is a very complex plot that thickens with every page. The characters, and there are many, are quite detailed. You don’t know what’s going to happen, even as it’s happening. That has been missing with many books these days, and I’m glad to see it here. “

About the Series

The series in an urban fiction world set in the 70s. The heroine is a biracial Black & Mexican girl named Leticia Gordon aka Tisha. Elevator Pitch: LA Banks Vampire Huntress meets Goosebumps.

I’m going enroll all the short books in Smashwords for free from December 25 to January 1 for their Kwanzaa aka end of the year holiday sale. Also the complied complete series book will do down to $1.50 cents over on Smashwords for their Holiday sale.

About the Contest

In The Moon Cried Blood, teen witches get their powers when their periods start, or at menarche. My friend who is a transwoman suggested a trans teenwitch might get powers when she starts taking hormones. There aren’t any trans characters in it but there should be.

So in an effort to make the universe of the Moon Cried Blood less ciscentric and to tell JK Rowling to kiss my enby ass, I am going to have a contest! The contest is to introduce non-cis characters of any kind to the series universe.

The winner(s) will be licensed to create their own spin off characters in that universe which the control and will get free cover artwork and editing from me and my team, assistance with layout for eBook and print, and my permission to promote it as part of that universe.

The work should be novelette length, between 7,500 and 11,000 words, so it is consistent in length with the original series. The deadline is March 20, 2020 which is my birthday and also Spring Equinox.

~ by Sumiko Saulson on December 23, 2019.

5 Responses to “The TERF J.K. Rowling can fuck right off, and here’s a contest”

  1. Is there a part about her being a TERF that I’m not seeing?

  2. Oh, gross.

  3. So disgusted with Rowling. It’s beem hard to actually pin her down as a TERF until recently. I’m glad to know for sure now, but damn. Hopefully, someone will help her straighten her head out.

    I LOVE your idea!

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