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Katrina Roets

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Katrina Roets was born in a little town in Michigan and now lives in an even tinier town in Michigan. Actually, it's a village. Yep, she lives in a for real village. Her street dead ends onto a corn field and at night, the only sound is the lonely whistle of the freight train as it travels down the rails. For nearly all her life, she's been writing and now, she's finally getting brave enough to publish. After all, it won't be long before her two sons graduate from high school and go off to have lives of their own and she'll need a new identity. Writer sounds like a good one for her. ...more

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Laurell K. Hamilton
“I sat on the bed. Neither of us said anything. I wasn't slick and sophisticated enough for this. What do you say to boyfriend A when he finds you naked in the bed of boyfriend B? Especially if boyfriend A turned into a monster the night before and ate someone. I bet Miss Manners didn't cover this at all.”
Laurell K. Hamilton, The Killing Dance

Dean Spade
“The point for me is to create relationships based on deeper and more real notions of trust. So that love becomes defined not by sexual exclusivity, but by actual respect, concern, commitment to act with kind intentions, accountability for our actions, and a desire for mutual growth.”
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“When jealousy rears up, it indicates that something inside of you is afraid. It's an alarm, nothing less and nothing more. Treat it as such.”
Anthony D. Ravenscroft, Polyamory: Roadmaps for the Clueless and Hopeful: An Introduction on Polyamory

Lizbeth Dusseau
“We've been down the road of your hasty exits too many times, Mrs. Danvers. You married your master, and you married a sadist--of your own free will. You might remember that when you're tempted to walk out in a huff, defy my orders, and behave like a selfish brat. You got that?”
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Margaret Atwood
“I would like to be the air that inhabits you for a moment only. I would like to be that unnoticed and that necessary.”
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