Andrew Philip Decker’ YA novel Caneville Summer (Xlibris) and Janet F. Williams’ You Don’t Ask, You Don’t Get (Good Day Media) were included on Kirkus Discoveries list of the top 10 books of 2010, which includes books across various genres. [GoodDayMedia] 

Sarah Waters Talks Inspiration, Adaptations at World Book Night: Sarah Waters chats with After Ellen about the BBC’s 90-minute adaptation of The Night Watch, which will premiere in London with a screening on April 4 at the BFI. [AfterEllen]

Shay Mitchell Chats Pretty Little Liars: Shay Mitchell, who plays Emily on the hit show Pretty Little Liars, chats with Digital Spy about playing a lesbian teen.

“I’m very honored to play a character who’s living an authentic life and being true to herself,” Mitchell said.

The show is based on a series of YA novels by Sara Shepherd. [DigitalSpy]

Kevin Keller Gets Own Comic Book – Riverdale Just Got A Tad Gayer: Kevin Keller, the openly gay character who made his debut in Veronica last year, will soon star in his own four issue mini-series. The series will revolve around Kevin’s life before Riverdale and his personal coming out process. [BleedingCool] 

Celebrity Blogger Perez Hilton Pens Children’s Book: Openly gay blogger Perez Hilton has authored a children’s book titled The Boy With the Pink Hair, which is slated for release this September by Penguin. The book challenges young ones to embrace difference as it tells the story of a boy born with a shock of pink hair that causes his peers unease. [Reuters]

Support for Gay Youth at HUME Library: Patrons of Australia’s HUME library are in for a gay-friendly change: there will soon be an increased number of resources for young people in the process of coming out, signified by rainbow stickers on their labels. The Rainbow Collection began through the efforts of Broadmeadows’ gay and lesbian support group. [HumeLeader]

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