Pronoun Problems: A Novel About Friendship, Transgender and (eventually) Ninjas

Pronoun Problems: A Novel About Friendship, Transgender and (eventually) Ninjas

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AaronRubicon By AaronRubicon Completed

Tom and I were childhood best friends. And were convinced that we were funny. So convinced that, when we grew up, we drove across the country to make our mark writing comedy in Los Angeles. And against all odds, we did.

Until one day, Tom told me something about himself. Something shocking, something I never expected. A secret that would change everything.

Our friendship had survived the hellish halls of High School and the cut-throat studios of Hollywood.
But would it survive this?

A work of fiction inspired by true events, "PRONOUN PROBLEMS" is the hilarious and heartbreaking story about what happens to a guys' friendship when one of them stops being a guy.

(Cover by the talented and oh-so-patient @Lucyface, aka Lucy Rhodes.)

  • bittersweet
  • comedy
  • fiction
  • friends
  • friendship
  • funny
  • general
  • heartwarming
  • hollywood
  • humor
  • lgbt
  • man
  • manly
  • masculinity
  • mtf
  • pride
  • showbusiness
  • trans
  • transgender
  • wattys2016
Finally have some time to read this.
                              Can't wait, AaronJosh
AnFlare AnFlare Apr 10, 2017
This is so heartshaking!!.. I've read nothing but this Dedication, but I've already put this book in Favourites. I believe it deserves it...
chickenteeth chickenteeth Aug 06, 2017
just pulled the provenance, for this phrase, last week. It's commonly attributed to Wendy Mass.  I was unable to find anyplace where she ites its origin... doesn't mean it's not Plato :)... surely it's Platoish :))
ColmHerron ColmHerron Feb 25, 2017
Well. if that dedication isn't an eye-catcher then there's no such thing as an eye-catcher.  V
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cleverwren cleverwren Jul 16, 2016
This is wonderful :) I'm really happy for Jennifer. It is a tough battle for anyone who struggles with gender identity, and I look forward to seeing you write on a topic like this. Thank you. It really is appreciated.