Introducing The 7th Queen

The 7th Queen is the newest tale in the quickly growing Big Bad Magic series. A world where fairy tales combine with the queer coded villains trope. Then gives them all the happily ever after ending they truly deserve.

Join Claudia as she stumbles across white rabbits and discovers a wondrous world of magic.

The 7th Queen Cover - A photo of a women's legs wearing a white and blue shirt with a white rabbit in the foreground.

“We’re all villains here. . .”

You can grab this Sapphic short story set before the events of THE 8TH RANK for free by signing up for Rose Sinclair’s newsletter! Once entered the exclusive story will sent directly to your email. Don’t miss this tale full of wonder and women loving women.

We asked author Rose Sinclair, why writing a series like this was so important to them.

“Before The 7th Queen, and the other stories in the Big Bad Magic series, I did not consider myself a romance writer. I was a science fiction or fantasy writer who might have characters fall in love. That all changed in The 8th Rank, and the upcoming The 9th Pawn. The driving force of these characters is their love of someone else. And within that journey for Mal and Claudia they learn to love themselves.

Because that self love, that acceptance of whatever you desire, and being brave enough to confess that truth in a world that makes you feel monstrous is something often missing. Too often there’s a false dichotomy that says art must be either queer pain or # Positive Vibes Only. That isn’t true to anyone’s life. Retelling fairytales and accepting “villainy” allows readers to not only see these characters in a new way. But maybe be seen themselves.

The 7th Queen is a short story prequel gives me the chance to focus on hope, on the quiet moments between Claudia and Alice. Because it’s often the softness that get’s us through the pain in any world. If F/F can add to the care we have for each other (fictional or otherwise) then I’d be honored if you signed up for my newsletter.

– Author Rose Sinclair

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