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Book Releases in March 2022

I am very excited to share some new releases in March that will feature fat main characters.


The first is a fantasy anthology. It is a collection of novellas feature strong fat heroines.

Curves & Magic

Release Date: March 11




An elf stands on a battlefield, ready to strike. A fae prince falls for his mortal enemy.


Whether this collection of stories takes you for a journey through a magical landscape or brings a creature from a distant land to your doorstep, you won’t be left wanting of magic and excitement.


Strong women, big swords, epic adventures, and beautiful love stories come together in this fantasy book with femme fatales who look just like you.


Do you like strong heroines, wizards, dragons, and forbidden romance? Then, this set is for you.


Grab your copy of CURVES & MAGIC today. Discover nearly a dozen thrilling high & epic fantasy stories for fans of A Court of Thorns and Roses, Shadow and Bone, and The Seeker that will leave you with a craving for more.


Authors in this collection include: USA Today Bestselling Author Rae Hendricks, USA Today Bestselling Author Chandra Trulove Fry, Award Winning author R.J. Lloyd, Bobbi Jo Green, E.M. Howell, R.H. Nightingale, Mary Warren of Fat Girls in Fiction, Jesse M. Harvey, AK Mulford, and Alexis C. Maness.

Pre-Order today, we need to show publishers that there is a demand for fat women (regardless of assignment at birth) and non-binary people. 

book cover: A female elf stands strong with her larger body. Curves and Magic

Also coming out this month,

Savvy Sheldon Feels Good as Hell


By Taj McCoy


Release Date: March 22





A delicious debut rom-com about a plus-size sweetheart who gets a full-life makeover after a brutal breakup.

Savvy Sheldon spends a lot of time tiptoeing around the cracks in her life: her high-stress and low-thanks job, her clueless boyfriend and the falling-apart kitchen she inherited from her beloved grandma—who taught her how to cook and how to love people by feeding them. But when Savvy’s world starts to crash down around her, she knows it’s time for some renovations.

Starting from the outside in, Savvy tackles her crumbling kitchen, her relationship with her body, her work–life balance (or lack thereof) and, last but not least, her love life. The only thing that doesn’t seem to require effort is her ride-or-die squad of friends. But as any home-reno-show junkie can tell you, something always falls apart during renovations. First, Savvy passes out during hot yoga. Then it turns out that the contractor she hires is the same sexy stranger she unintentionally offended by judging based on appearances. Worst of all, Savvy can’t seem to go anywhere without tripping over her ex and his latest “upgrade.” Savvy begins to realize that maybe she should’ve started her renovations the other way around: beginning with how she sees herself before building a love that lasts.