I have recently finished outlining my fourth foray into the world of fiction, and I have also fleshed out the first chapter of this new project too. My upcoming book is actually meant to fit in second, chronologically, in a series of five thought-provoking books. As with the other works of fiction, this novel will feature a Christian/transgender character named Hope. This particular book, like the earlier captivating efforts, will have plenty of dramatic action and interesting insights into the transgender experience, but it will also be a bit more of an educational, psychological study too. I encourage you to look for the first three books in this series that are currently available from Amazon: Revolution on Highway 73, Hope, Grace and Charity in an Inventive, Apocalyptic Vision of Healing and Mourning without Warning followed by Morning. I think that you will find them all to be entertaining, intriguing and informative.
All of my books have Christian and transgender themes in them, which many folks may find to be incompatible identities. This seeming contradiction is highlighted in my most compelling and provocative volume of my eight books. This book is entitled: Was Jesus “Appropriate”: The True Loving Nature of My Best Friend. This effort takes a look at Christianity from an LGBT perspective. It lends further credence to the belief that Jesus would embrace members of the LGBT community in much the same way that he reached out to tax collecters, prostitutes, lepers, thieves, Roman soldiers and other misfits and outcasts of his time. It was also very courageous on Jesus’ part to associate with women and children during this period of history. (Jesus wasn’t really all about being culturally appropriate.) Jesus brought to us a radical new covenant of love.
Please pick up my books and be prepared to be surprised and inspired.
Thank you, Rhiannon Tibbetts