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ANNOUNCEMENT: Somebunny Loves You: Skip and Pip – The Collection, by Catherine Dair

Somebunny Loves You

Something a little different today. :) QSFer Catherine Dair has a new gay kid’s book (we’re gonna call it gay fantasy for the purposes of this post :P ) out:

Skip and Pip have been entertaining fans in their online comics since their debut in 2014. These two boy bunnies and the other inhabitants of Rainbow Glade celebrate love in all its beautiful colors with mad doses of frivolity and the occasional sprinkle of wisdom.

This comic compilation contains most of the comics posted on Skip and Pip’s website from 2015 through 2017 and have been reformatted for print. Curious to know how Rainbow Glade was founded? So is Pip! Find out with him as Skip’s father Hank tells the tale in the included bonus story “Welcome to Rainbow Glade,” not found online.

Skip and Pip’s romance is suitable for all ages and shares the message that it doesn’t matter who you love, but that you do it with all your heart.



ski and pip excerpt

Author Bio

Catherine DairCatherine Dair juggles being a fulltime mom with her alter ego, a super ninja illustrator. She gets the giddy pleasure of making fun designs for all kinds of fascinating clients.

Creating art is her big happy place, whether it be a book cover for a romance novel, steampunk pirates or a smiling dragon. In her spare time, Catherine creates the popular web comic “Skip and Pip (aka the Pride Bunnies)”. She gave up sleep because she lacks time for that nonsense.

When she isn’t drawing, playing with her adorable Corgi or advising her teens on all things college, you can find her at and on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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