Late in life lesbians, kids, and coffee.
I'm currently looking for beta readers for four categories of lesbian fiction...
Neurodiversity, single lesbians, and world travel.
Last time, Rachel met The One through the meddling of her best friends. This time, Haley is in search of her own true love.
A wanderer. A single mother. A lesbian mecca. Two women's lives collide and there are hearts all over the place.
I love looking through the selection of books Netgalley offers. There are so many intriguing descriptions, covers, and titles in all genres, and I often request more than one (sometimes four or five) at a time based on those. Today's book is one that immediately caught my attention. Anyone who follows my blog regularly knows … Continue reading A complicated routine isn’t the hardest thing these two will learn. [Book Review]
Though most readers probably know me from my horror and thriller stories, I have to admit that I'm a sucker for a sappy romance. (I've even tried my hand at writing a few, and will definitely be writing more, along with horror, thriller, science fiction, etc., in the future.) So when lesfic author E. A. … Continue reading When BFFs turn lovers, not everyone is keen on the idea. [Book Review]
Frank Sinatra, one of the most talented performers of modern times, was born December 12, 1915 in Hoboken, New Jersey to Italian immigrants. "Ol' Blue Eyes" was one of those singers that makes you stop and listen, and his acting wasn't half bad, either. He died in Los Angeles, California on May 14, 1998 after … Continue reading Happy birthday, Frank Sinatra.
This book cover caught my eye right away. I love the rainbow and I love the obvious depiction of love between two girls. Despite being an out and proud queer, I didn't read a lot of LGBTQ fiction until I was an adult, so I'm still catching up on everything I feel like I should … Continue reading Just Juliet by Charlotte Reagan [Book Review]
I interview lesfic author Jo Jennings.