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BY DIVA STAFF
If you haven’t already joined the DIVA Community, now is the perfect time. It’s our very own digital hangout space created by us as a way of bringing the LGBTQI community closer together during these difficult days in lockdown.
To keep us all entertained, we’ve launched our very own book club. Each month we’ll suggest a book by an LGBTQI author for all of you literature lovers. There will be plenty of variety and something for everyone.
We’ll discuss each book in depth and even be joined by the author for an exclusive interview!
For our second instalment of the DIVA Book Club, we’ll be reading Choose Me by Nicole Spencer-Skillen – who will be joining us live Wednesday 7 April at 8pm for all the juicy details and to answer your questions.
Join our initial Book Club discussion on Tuesday 30 March for the chance to chat about Choose Me before our panel discussion taking place Wednesday 7 April, live in the DIVA Community with Nicole Spencer-Skillen. This will be your chance to fire any of your burning questions about the book Nicole’s way.
Originally from Lancashire, England, Nicole currently resides in South Yorkshire, England. She is 27-years-old and happily married to her wife of two years. Nicole has spent the last decade recreationally writing quotes, short stories and LGBTQI novels. When she isn’t writing, you can find her travelling the world, doing endless HIIT workouts or relaxing at home with her two dogs whilst dreaming up her next novel.
The book synopsis for Choose Me reads: “Have you ever met someone and just instantly felt like you had known them your whole life?
Holly Garland is a successful lawyer from London, England. At just 28 years of age, her drive, ambition and smarts have firmly secured her position as one of the most established in her field.
It seems as though she has everything but the pressure of a long-term relationship looms, leaving Holly with a tough decision to make.
When she meets a promising, young paralegal named Brooke Jacobs, her world is turned upside down. This is a story of two halves, of heartbreak and love, but inevitably one of choice and consequence.
Although love always seems so powerful, sometimes it simply isn’t enough.”
You can grab your copy of Choose Me in preparation for the next Book Club discussion HERE.
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