You want to read books for free, because, hey, this year hasn’t been great for many people financially. I need help catching things that my alpha readers and I haven’t caught.
I’m currently looking for beta readers for these categories of queer/lesbian/WLW/bi fiction:
- space opera (foul language, violence, explicit sex)
- romance (a little coarse language, no violence, fade-to-black sex, drama, mentions of child abuse in the past)
Ever read a book you wanted to like, and sure, you did… but you didn’t like it at the same time?
It was an honor to have my work featured among such amazing authors and their work. If you like SF/F, you’ll like at least one of the stories here!
The TL;DR version: A bunch of sapphic authors got together to share excerpts from our sci-fi and fantasy books in the genre. No lesbians were killed to foster the narratives of straight characters in these books. It’s refreshing!
My plan for 2018 is to release six books. Yeah, I know. That’s a lot more books than I’ve ever released in a single year before, but it’s the goal I decided on, and I’m not backing down.
I released my first book of 2018 late – Dished came out just last month. Needless to say, I’m going to have to step up my game if I’m going to beat my self-imposed deadline.
This month I’m using the power of an external deadline to help. I’m working on a short book for a collection of holiday lesbian fiction stories with several other authors that will be coming out later this year. It doesn’t have a firm title yet, but right now I’m calling it “Drove Me Wild“.
Today’s snapshot story comes from that book, and I used two prompts for inspiration: Your MC keeps waking up at the same time every night . . . and “New life.”
Here’s the story.
I started what will hopefully be a thirteen-book paranormal cozy mystery series with ParaDice Point that I plan to start publishing later this year. You don’t need to have read that story to follow this one, but you can. I wouldn’t mind.
The prompt for this week: She’s almost hit by a car…
Here’s this week’s story.
My wonderful readers, I have good news. An author I’ve known for a few years now has set up something wonderful and it’s coming up very soon.
Basically, a bunch of women authors are coming together to promote each other. Many of us write in several different genres, and everything from lesfic to sci-fi and poetry and suspense are represented.
Women authors: you can still join in!
Others: we’d love your support.
Find out all the details here at the original post: Let’s Celebrate Ladies in 2018!
There are sales. The camaraderie is thick.
If you haven’t already grabbed Setup, this is your chance to start the series (for free!) before the third book, Split, comes out in April.
As an added bonus, there are 15 more free queer romance books available in this giveaway. Seriously. This is what your little romance-loving heart has been craving.
I’m doing a thing where a flash fiction challenge is helping me write another passion project, and this is the … third? probably third … story born of the weekly prompts.
The prompt for this week: “I saw it on the internet…”
I started what will hopefully be a thirteen-book paranormal cozy mystery series with ParaDice Point. You don’t need to have read that story to follow this one, but you can. I wouldn’t mind.
Here it is.
Ever read a book you wanted to like, and did like… but sort of didn’t like at the same time?
I signed up late last year to be a part of another flash fiction contest: Said Bree’s Flash Fiction Challenge 2018, and this is the second of my attempts at following the prompts.
This week, I have two prompts: a coffee shop, a death.
It’s based on the story that started with ParaDice Point. You don’t need to have read that story to follow this one, but you can.
Without any further, here’s today’s story.