"The Boy with the Rainbow Heart" Is Being Turned Into a 5-Book Series

Guest post written by Will Mason, author of "The Boy with the Rainbow Heart," which he wrote in honor of his lesbian sister, her children, and all children who find themselves feeling different in some way.

I, Will Mason, kindly ask you to support my Kickstarter, to help launch the latest book in the LGBTQ Rainbow Heart children's series, "The Invasion of Big Angry Red." 5% of sales will go to GLSEN, in honor of Jamel Myles, the 9-year-old student who took his life this past August after he was bullied for being gay.



"The Boy with the Rainbow Heart" is being turned into a 5-book series, and we are launching the sequel via Kickstarter, a crowdfunding platform to help raise seed money to print hardcover books. The "Rainbow Heart" series will all have social and life lessons that are learned – with the Boy leading the way through each story. There will be several new characters introduced, and each book in the series will have a "color-theme." For the first sequel, we will be introducing "The Boy with the Rainbow Heart and the Invasion of Big Angry Red," which is a story about bullying, friendship and love. This book is launching via Kickstarter on June 1st, 2019 (first day of Gay Pride Month) and I think it will be the perfect time for the world to experience the message.


Focusing on the LGBTQ+ community was the goal from the get-go with this series, motivated mostly by experiencing and seeing what my sister went through as a gay teenager. She was bullied in our household, in school, and in society, and as her younger brother, I think that built something inside me that crawled out to share this story with the world. In a big way, this book and the Boy are symbolic of my sister, Jessica.

To purchase "The Boy with the Rainbow Heart" or the sequel, "The Invasion of Big Angry Red," support the Kickstarter here.

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