J. Alexander’s New Book ‘Tales of Antleram’ Speaks About an Endearing Journey of Two Men in Love in a World That Doesn’t Let Them Be.

Fulton Books author J. Alexander, a Texas author, who is part of the LGBTQ+ community, has completed his most recent book “Tales of Antleram”: a touching yet challenging adventure of two hearts in the early 1600s going through the pain and struggles of love as they face the laws and social prejudices. 
Alexander writes, “Tales of Antleram is a fiction novel written by J. Alexander. The story surrounds itself between two gay men who struggle to find themselves in the early 1600s. This was a time when homosexual acts were forbidden and anyone convicted of such was prosecuted to the fullest. There are mentions of witch cults and possessed human beings who walked among local townsfolk as they break bread. Oversea adventures, heartbreak, and romance send sparks between the characters as you immerse yourself in the scenery of heartache in the novel. At the end, you are left with a thrilling ride that ends abruptly into imagination of what is yet to come.”
Published by Fulton Books, J. Alexander’s book is a heartfelt novel that tells of a beautiful romance sparking within a world that continues to bring them challenges. Throughout pain and heartaches comes a love story like every other—but also like no other—as two men face the cruelty of society against same-sex relationships.
Readers who wish to experience this compelling work can purchase “Tales of Antleram” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books