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Category Archives: On Reading
Hi there everybody! Today I have a real treat for you. I’m interviewing Alison Solomon the author of two great crime suspense novels, Devoted and Along Came the Rain. I’ve read both and enjoyed them immensely. I’m really looking forward … Continue reading
A group of my lesfic author friends recently had a discussion about the lack of ‘visibility’ for lesbian-themed science fiction and fantasy works written by…well, you know, lesbians. It’s not that women aren’t writing books featuring lesbian characters and other strong … Continue reading
Are you ready for a sneak peek of Paris Adrift, the third novel in the ‘Juliana’ series, by Vanda? I am! I did an interview with Vanda a couple of weeks ago, here on my blog. At the time, Juliana, the … Continue reading
And the Winner is…April Adams! Congratulations April; you win the 42 Lesfic eBooks Sweeps! She gets Kindle copies of the books detailed in my previous article, 42 Books Every Lesbian Should Read. It was close the last couple of weeks … Continue reading
It’s almost over! The sweeps to win 42 Lesfic eBooks at the expense of yours truly, ends at 11:59 PM, July 31st. I wrote about 42 books every lesbian should read about a month ago…and decided to give those books … Continue reading
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
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