Created by Hungarian-Scottish cartoonist, Balazs Lorinczi’s, Doughnuts and Doom is a quirky, magical, queer teen romance told with remarkable visual fluency and captivating style. A must read for LGBTQ+ youth and romance lovers alike. The fantastical love story – featuring one struggling witch and one failing musician – is set to hit shelves on September 6th and is filled with magic, music and love
Margot is a stressed-out witch trying to get her potions business off the ground. Elena is a struggling rock musician whose band is going nowhere. Neither one of them is having a good day when they first meet at the local doughnut shop. Their exchange quickly escalates from words to literal sparks flying as Margot loses her cool. Turns out, accidentally cursing that infuriatingly cute girl at the doughnut shop isn’t a great way to start a relationship. As they work together to disperse this curse, will their initial animosity flare up in their faces or blossom into something sweeter?
When Margot meets Elena, emotions run high, magic is in the air, and doughnuts…float? One is a stressed-out witch trying to get her potions business off the ground, the other is a struggling rock musician whose band is going nowhere. Neither of them are having a good time! No wonder things quickly escalate from words to literal sparks flying when they first meet. Could this be the start of a delicious new relationship…or is a bad-luck curse leading them to certain doom?
ABOUT BALAZS LORINCZI
Balazs Lorinczi is an illustrator and graphic novelist with some animation and filmmaking background. He grew up in Hungary but now lives in Dundee, Scotland.