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All Aimee Norin novels are FREE and FREE TO SHARE for personal reasons, with friends, with students, etc., provided the novel is kept together. See the Copyright page with in each.

OC COVER final 500x750Five people: a transsexual war veteran and P.O.W.; a transgender  oppressed in a small town in Arizona; an accepting Christian cowboy; a Muslim crossdresser from Afghanistan; a Jewish lesbian school teacher from Texas. How can they accept each other? Out of the Closet

 

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You’re brilliant, educated, involved, and transgender. Why do you have issues with denial? Ho do your issues evolve through you over the course of thirty-six years in transition? How has medical malpractice made it harder?  Sliders: The Dark Side of Transgender

 

Hate Crimes Cover red 500x750You’re transsexual and a rising celebrity with a singing career. You’ve made new friends. You’ve fallen in love. And someone wants to kill you.  Hate Crimes

 

 

FIL COVER FINAL 500x750You’re transsexual. You’ve been stealth for decades. So why are you so scared. Why do you no longer trust yourself to love? Could you fall in love with a transman, whom you thought you’d hate?  Falling in Love

 

Aimee Norin writes explicit novels about flawed characters with issues, trying desperately to find love and happiness, to find themselves.

It’s hard for anyone to do, and it can be harder for one who is different in society.

These characters do not rubber-stamp any popular paradigm. Rather, the characters represent issues from different perspectives while they struggle with conflict and secrets, things done and not shared, joy and ecstasy, fear, suicide, oppression, and sometimes murder.

These roads are not traveled easily. Great compassion is needed for people who try.

Aimee Norin

One response to “Home

  1. I’ve been waiting for this book to come out, and I’m so thankful. There are some things in it I don’t agree with, but seeing Regnia gain so much and then wind up so lonely, really gets to my heart. It’s a problem I have, too. But I think with her example, maybe there’s hope.

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