Bunny as a Little Girl
Could this little girl be any cuter?
I absolutely love when dear friends forward photos to me of what they think the characters in my book look like. However, because it is forwarded, I do not know where it's from.
My friend said that he thinks this is four-year-old Bunny. Maybe. It's close. This girl is still a bit young--maybe 2 or 3 years old?--but that expression is all Bunny.
What do you think?
Bunny and Michael...
These three books were so easy to write, as the characters of Bunny and Michael have been swimming around in my head for years. I absolutely love them both, and to me, they are almost like family, as I have devoted almost as much time to them as I have to my son over the past 24 months.
Although I have completed the final book in Bunny and Michael's story, I'm starting to believe that I am not quite done with The Bunny Trail series as a whole. I feel that some of the lesser characters could easily pick up where Bunny and Michael left off. I'm not quite sure yet. I'll keep you posted.
Hello! I figured that before I get started, I should tell you a bit more about myself.
My name is DJ Tombe, and I have spent the better part of the last year working on three YA LGBT+ novels that I believe are different than any I have read before.
The books are a short series, with the first title as The Bunny Trail, the second as Thou Wilt Go Now, Rabbit, and the third I Go With Thee. The Bunny Trail features a young, successful, likeable, genderfluid character who becomes who they want to be in life by being able to accept themselves and by receiving the love and support of their "family." (Remember, there are many definitions of "family.")
I wrote this series for all of the teens and tweens out there who are also searching for who they are. I love these two main characters, and I hope you will, too.
DJ Tombe is an educator and writer.