Category Archives: On Reading

42 Lesfic Books Every Lesbian Should Read

Lesfic has evolved! From the obscenity trials and tribulations suffered by authors like Radclyffe Hall over The Well of Loneliness (written in 1928) and other works that followed it, through the years when lesfic books meant pulp novels written for a mostly … Continue reading

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An Interview with Eliza Andrews (and RA Marshall)

I’m talking today with author Eliza Andrews who writes contemporary lesbian fiction books that have strong dramatic themes with romantic subplots. Welcome Eliza! Eliza: Thanks! Anne: Now, in all honesty, I met Eliza Andrews for the first time  as R.A. … Continue reading

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Reading Ahead and What’s Behind

Did you miss me? For those of you that celebrate Christmas, Merry Christmas. If you celebrate any of the other religious holidays of the season, I wish you blessed days ahead as well. As for myself, I’ve spent the past … Continue reading

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Christmas is Coming! – The Lesfic Author List

Back in June of this year, I created a blog post titled The Top 153 Lesfic Writers Alive (and Still Writing) Today. My motives were pure. Yes, I write lesfic myself but I’ve been an avid reader of it for … Continue reading

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The 153 List is Approaching 300

The The master list of lesfic novelists is growing and evolving. As of this morning, we’re up from 255  the last go around to 284 writers with links to where you can learn more about them and get their books. Even better, … Continue reading

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The Top 255 Lesfic Writers – Huh?

On June 12th I published a blog post, The Top 153 Lesfic Writers Alive (and Still Writing) Today. The post went viral with thousands of views over a few days (and it’s still getting a handful a day). Authors and readers … Continue reading

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Just. One. Book.

Reblogged from ‘Throwing Chanclas’. I’ll be donating; will you? Just. One. Book. I live in a town of 1200 people in the Northern Sierra Nevada –where it meets the Cascade Range near Mt. Lassen National Park and about two hours … Continue reading

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The Top 153 Lesfic Writers Alive (and Still Writing) Today

Lesbian fiction is growing. There are more authors out there writing romances and genre fiction like mystery, fantasy and sci-fi for lesbian women and other open minded readers than even just a year ago. Most are women, a few of … Continue reading

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Why Lesbian Fiction Will Change Your Life

It’s hard to believe but some lesbian women have yet to be introduced to the world of F/F fiction, aka lesfic, written by lesbians (and some straight men and women), for lesbians. There are women in the LGBT community who … Continue reading

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Are You Cozy or Creepy?

When it comes to mysteries, are you cozy or are you creepy? Me; I like them with a little bit of creep but not too much blood and guts – but I’m comfortable with cozies too. That’s part of the … Continue reading

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