alexis wolf

Living the dream// Event

“Oh man like I have had the best freaking day. I had a HUGE breakfast, waffles strawberries. Then I hit up the grocery store and bought so many freaking Red Vines and Dots. LIKE DUDE I DIDN’T EVEN KNOW I HAD THIS CREDIT CARD! I have a fancy house. I’m living the freaking dream, how is this even a thing-” The now wolf Alexis trailed off, clearing her throat and adjusting the jacket on her pantsuit, realising that things were different. “I mean yeah, I’m Mistress Alexis…I uh…What’s it too ya…Uh…Person?”

Originally posted by holtzmanned-baby

anonymous asked:

i see Riptide saying they want for a lot of diverse books but do they really publish diversity? because I've seen other publishers call for it but then not publish it and Riptide has a lot of M/M

Riptide absolutely publishes diversity. they talked in their Q&A about having a large amount of m/m in their catalogue, and said that’s largely because most of their submissions are m/m. but their acquisitions editors and publisher have worked hard on cultivating a catalogue of truly diverse books, and continue to call for more diversity across the board.

here’s a sample of some of the diverse books Riptide has published, organized by category. there are more in each category than i’m listing, but i’m only listing ones i’ve read.

transgender books
1. THE BURNT TOAST B&B by Heidi Belleau 
2. WALLFLOWER by Heidi Belleau 
3. PORTSIDE by Elyan Smith
4. Y NEGATIVE by Kelly Haworth, which is forthcoming and which i have not read, but from speaking to Kelly on Twitter and from reading the excerpt, i expect to be incredible
5. SAUGATUCK SUMMER by Amelia C. Gormley (mc is genderfluid)

books with poc main characters
1. APPLE POLISHER by Heidi Belleau
2. WALLFLOWER by Heidi Belleau 
3. THE PROFESSOR’S RULE series by Amelia C. Gormley and Heidi Belleau
5. IN DISCRETION by Reesa Herberth
6. SAUGATUCK SUMMER by Amelia C. Gormley
7. BLISS by Heidi Belleau and Lisa Henry
8. PROSPERITY by Alexis Hall
9. LONE WOLF by L.A. Witt and Aleksandr Voinov
10. STRAIN by Amelia C. Gormley (i believe both BANE and JUGGERNAUT have poc mcs as well, but i’m not certain)
EDIT: 11. PLAYER VS. PLAYER by Amelia C. Gormley

books about neuroatypical mcs and mcs with disabilities
1. DEAD RINGER by Heidi Belleau and yours truly
2. SWEETWATER by Lisa Henry
3. MISFITS by Garrett Leigh
4. GLITTERLAND by Alexis Hall
5. NEVER A HERO by Marie Sexton
6. The HELL OR HIGH WATER series by S.E. Jakes
EDIT: 7. SAUGATUCK SUMMER by Amelia C. Gormley (mc has chronic depression)

asexual main characters
1. BLUE STEEL CHAIN by Alex Beecroft
2. SACRIFICE by Kate Pearce (i’m sucking at this “i need to have read them” thing, but this whole upcoming trilogy looks fantastic)

as for non-m/m books, there are 17 titles listed as being f/f. and as for orientations other than gay, 83 books are listed as featuring bisexual or pansexual mcs, and 9 listed as having poly relationships. you can use Riptide’s search by tags function to find those easily. :)


MARCH 8th SALUTE \ Renaissance woman.
Google Alexi and her homemade wolf tracksuit. Don’t think there’s any other image that stands so vivid as an example of a modern day Amazon who does not give a shit what anyone is thinking and who charges the world with power, speed and often a huge smile.

Running with Oregon track club elite #AlexiPappas is also a writer, producer, director, actor and filmmaker making her first feature film @tracktownthemivie - And training for the #roadtorio 2016 aiming to compete in the 10K race.

#AlexiPappas sends her love from Tracktown for everyone running on Int. Women’s day.


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