2014 Lesbian Fiction Appreciation Event Overview

Feb 1, 2014 by

2014 Lesbian Fiction Appreciation Event Overview

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Roundup of posts:

Reclaiming “Squicky” and the future of F/F fiction by Ana Vitsky

Blue really is the warmest colour by Alyssa Linn Palmer

James Brindle on Writing Dragons

Saranna DeWylde on Lesbian Fiction

E.E. Ottoman on Writing GLBTQ

Cathy Pegau: You Mean She ISN’T?

Looking Beyond the Cover by Michaela Rhua

Teresa Wymore On Discovery

Jess Faraday on Lesbian Historical Fiction

Peeling off the Label by Louisa Bacio

Linda Kay Silva on Writing Supernatural Stories

Feminism and Lesbian BDSM by Paisley Smith

From Chilly Blue to Hot Pink by Cheryl Dragon

Five Famous Lesbians I’d Like to Meet by Jessica E. Subject

Amazons: Warrior Women in Fact and Fiction by Catherine Lundoff

Why F/F? By Olivia Starke

All That Jazz by Jill Sorenson

Lost in a Liplock by Virginia Nelson

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Writing F/F Romance by Leigh Ellwood

Forever Seeking Lesbian Fiction by Storm Moon Press

Tea For Two Part 1: An Original Story by Caitlin Ricci

Tea For Two Part 2: An Original Story by Cari Z

V.C.’s First Love (F/F Erotica) And On Having Trans* Lesbians In Her F/F Fiction

Literary Lesbianism: Heart, Mind, and Body by Salome Wilde

The Little Johanne Book World Recommends Some Lesbian Fiction

A Tortoise in a Hare-y World by Karis Walsh

Writing Lesbian Romance by Taryn Rose

Why I Write Lesbian Fiction by Harper Bliss

Giving Readers What They Want by Lucy Felthouse

What’s Identity Got to Do with It? By Cindy Rizzo

Lipstick Lesbian Reviews Interviews T.B. Markinson

Why Write Lesbian Fiction by Erzabet Bishop

Turning Fear into Paranormal Fiction by Yvonne Heidt

A Year In The Life Of A Grateful New Author by AJ Adaire

Lesbian Fiction by Kate Richards

Say Hello to A Lesbian Reads Review Blog

Best Lesbian Books of 2013 by Danika of The Lesbrary

The Importance of Lesbians in Young Adult Fiction From Harmony Ink Press

 

The top 3 most visited posts during the event:

Reclaiming “Squicky” and the future of F/F fiction by Ana Vitsky

Blue really is the warmest colour by Alyssa Linn Palmer

Why Write Lesbian Fiction by Erzabet Bishop

 

*10,000 people on average each week over the course of the three weeks visited the event.*

 

Thank you all who participated and stopped by to check out the 38 posts for the this year’s Lesbian Fiction Appreciation Event!

 

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