She's My Dad

She's My Dad

by Iolanthe Woulff

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"Hate destroys everything. Don't let it destroy you."

"Don't hate, Nicholas. Hate destroys everything. Don't let it destroy you..."


A cautionary tale about the consequences of blind prejudice, SHE’S MY DAD tells the story of a transsexual woman named Nickie Farrell, who, returning to her Northern Virginia alma mater to teach English to a new generation of scholars, is unaware that in the nearby town lives a son from an illicit love affair she had during her male undergraduate days.

As Nickie’s hopes to keep a low profile are dashed by an overly-ambitious lesbian journalism student, a dying reactionary billionaire hatches a scheme to obliterate the despised liberal school with a suicide dirty bomb attack. Local and college people alike become ensnared in a web of bigotry and mistrust, while one long-buried family secret may offer the only hope for everyone’s ultimate deliverance.

Filled with richly-drawn characters and building to a stunning climax, SHE’S MY DAD is a story about the destructiveness of hate, the power of love, and the redemptive triumph of good over evil.

SHE'S MY DAD has been honored as a Finalist in the GLBT category of the 2010 Next Generation Indie Book Awards.

2010 Rainbow Awards - Winner: Best Bisexual/Transgender Contemporary.

Finalist: Mystery/Suspense, 2011 Global eBook Awards.

Gold Medal: Fiction/Intrigue, 2011 Reader's Favorite Awards.

2012 Indie Excellence Book Awards, Winner, Best LGBT Fiction.

Product details...

Paperback
Format: 6 x 9 Black & White Paperback, 469 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (Nov 13, 2009)
ISBN10: 1432743775
ISBN13: 9781432743772
Genre: FICTION / General

Author Information...

Iolanthe WoulffIolanthe “Lannie” Woulff was born a boy in New York City. She grew up on the Caribbean island of St. Thomas, attended high school in Washington D.C. and in 1973 graduated with a degree in English from Princeton. Twenty-five years later Ms. Woulff commenced the complex process of gender transition. In addition to working on new novels, Lannie enjoys spending time with her distinguished ninety-seven-year-old father, the author Herman Wouk.

SHE’S MY DAD is her debut novel.
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