Blonde Boy Red Lipstick – Book Tour and Giveaway

Blonde Boy, Red Lipstick

by Geoff Bunn

Genre: LGBTQ Romance

Boy meets… another boy. The first boy is straight. The second is a stunning blond(e) wearing red lipstick.
 
Touching on issues such as homophobia, gender, human relationships and insecurity, ‘blonde BOY, red LIPSTICK’ tells the story of a brief affair between two young people living in big cities more than 100 miles apart. But can their meetings, filled with love, music and laughter – not to mention dancing and shoplifting – overcome the inevitable barriers of naivety, doubt… and distance. 

‘blonde BOY, red LIPSTICK’ is an old-fashioned love story. But it’s also a love story with a difference.
A marriage finally breaks up because of a photograph. A photograph taken years earlier…
– “A real page turner… it made me cry and laugh, often at the same time”. Susan, Reader
– There is something singularly urgent about the appeal of a breakup story… like taking a photograph of a wave before it rushes back to sea.” Leslie Jamison. The GUARDIAN
– “The portrayal of gender, straight, gay and transgender issues in this book is hugely important”. Clare Conville, one of the UK’s foremost literary agents.
– The character of Alley is wonderful… I adore her. More please!” LGBTQ Review.
“Wonderful!” The TIMES

“Humour, romance, society, gender, those are the sort of things I write about. I like true stories.”

An established author, Geoff Bunn was born in Birmingham, England. He left school at the age of 16, without any qualifications, and began working in a factory. After four years of that… he left the factory and went back to college. And today, as both a writer and artist, he divides his time between homes and studios in rural France, the UK and southern Sweden.

Geoff is always happy to hear from readers and can be contacted in person via his website or on social media.

Follow the tour HERE for special content and a giveaway!

$20 Amazon

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3 comments

  1. And if you like this book, feel free to let me know! You can contact me direct via Facebook.

    I’m always happy to hear from readers.

    Geoff

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