Midnight Tradition is the third book in a series of LGBTQ+ novels by Nicole Pyland. This novel follows the lives of three celebrities who are all struggling to come to terms with their sexuality and gender identity. As they each navigate their way through different stages of self-discovery, they find themselves relying on one another more than ever before.Together, they establish a new tradition that helps them celebrate their diversity and love for one another.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for anyone who identifies as LGBTQ+, or who loves reading stories about LGBTQ+ characters. It provides a realistic and heartfelt look at the struggles that many people go through in coming to terms with their sexuality and gender identity.
- The characters are well-developed and relatable.
- The plot is engaging and keeps the reader hooked until the very end.
- It provides a much needed perspective on LGBTQ+ issues that is often missing from other novels in this genre.
- It may be difficult to follow if you haven’t read the first two books in the series
- The author’s use of LGBTQ+ terminology could be confusing for some readers
- The story is slow paced and may not hold everyone’s attention
Learn more about the author
Nicole Pyland is a queer author, artist, and activist. She spent most of her childhood moving around the US with her family before eventually landing in Los Angeles. There she discovered her love for writing and began telling stories that reflected the world around her. Nicole has written extensively about LGBTQ+ issues, trauma recovery, body positivity, and intersectionality. Her work has been featured in magazines and anthologies both nationally and internationally, and her debut novel, The Gilda Stories, was published in 2001.
“A beautifully written novel that will sweep you off your feet. Pyland’s characters are rich and multidimensional, and the story is full of heart.”
“This book was everything I wanted and more. It beautifully depicted the struggles of LGBTQ+ people while also portraying the strength that comes from togetherness. The characters were complex, compelling, and lovable.”
“I loved reading about the different journeys all of these characters went on. It was so inspiring to see them find themselves and come into their own.”