2014 Lesbian Fiction Appreciation Event Overview...

Feb 1, 2014 by

  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...

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Best Lesbian Books of 2013 by Danika of The Lesbrary (2014 Lesbian Fiction Event)...

Jan 25, 2014 by

The closing post of this year’s event…     Hello lesbian book lovers! (Lesbian booklovers?) I’m Danika, from the Lesbrary, where my team of Lesbrarians and I review lesbian books, as well as highlight the latest lesbian book news. During the 2012 Lesbian Fiction Appreciation Event, I wrote about why I think lesbian books are important. During last year’s event, I highlighted my favourite lesbian books I’d read in 2012. I really enjoyed putting that list together and sharing great books with you all, so I thought I’d do it again this year! I have divided them by genre, and have linked them to my full reviews if you’d like more information. You can also check out my youtube video of my Top 10 Books of 2013, which mostly focused on lesbian books. On...

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Say Hello to A Lesbian Reads Review Blog (2014 Lesbian Fiction Appreciation Event)...

Jan 24, 2014 by

First off I would like to say how honored I am to be doing a guest post here. I have been writing blogs for quite some time. I started A Lesbian Reads last August. I felt like I could connect with people who wanted to talk about lesbian fiction.  I love lesbian romance books, they are easier to connect to. I do read heterosexual books I still love a good romance story no matter what. It is more feeling a connection to the book that gets me. If it can catch me in a few pages then I am hooked. If I have to sit and pretend I am interested I am not the person that should be reviewing your book. I am an honest person. I don’t like to beat around the bush....

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Lesbian Fiction by Kate Richards (2014 Lesbian Fiction Appreciation Event)...

Jan 24, 2014 by

  I am primarily, a romance writer. My stories focus on the relationships between two or sometimes more characters because I’m a huge fan of the happily ever after. And the rights of grown-up people to love other grown up people as they choose. My characters write their own lives, and in stories like The Vampire’s Bard and Trail of Hearts, they happen to be women. Okay one of them was a vampire hundreds of years old who found her reincarnated lover in Hollywood—but they were both female! And in love. Lesbian fiction travels across every genre. After all, women in love spend their lives doing lots of things—not all focused the romantic aspects of relationships. They have parents, children, siblings, co-workers…love does not exist in a vacuum. As such, they have jobs. In...

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A Year In The Life Of A Grateful New Author by AJ Adaire (2014 Lesbian Fiction Appreciation Event)...

Jan 23, 2014 by

  Wow! What an amazing roller coaster ride the last twelve months have been. Through my writing I’ve been fortunate to get to know some wonderful people, and have made friends with women across the country and around the world…more on that later. The year began less than auspiciously when a popular publisher rejected my book. (That’s really no fun, just in case anyone wonders.) I’d originally written Sunset Island chronologically. Unfortunately, in order for the story to progress it became necessary to ‘kill off’ one of the major characters about a quarter of the way through the book. My partner called me a murderer for two weeks, and nobody seemed to like the demise as I’d written it. Beta readers, Lee Fitzsimmons and Kris K., worked with me as I revamped the story....

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