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Lesfic Authors – Our Growing Community

As more and more lesbians come out, more of their stories are coming out. More important is that more of the stories they have inside them, begging to be told, are coming out too. There are more active lesfic authors … Continue reading

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An Interview with Lesfic Author C.L. Cattano

I’m talking today with lesfic author C.L. Cattano. Welcome C.L.! C.L.: Thanks! C.L. Cattano, a native of Kansas City, Missouri, is the author of four books and counting. She created the stand alone lesfic fantasy/romance novel, Cursed Hearts and she … 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 400

The master list of lesfic novelists, ‘the 153 list’, 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. … 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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The Top 153 Lesfic Writers Alive (and Still Writing) Today

Lesbian fiction, AKA lesfic, 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 … Continue reading

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Tips For Taxes When You’re an Author

For many years I sold books and collectible on eBay and Amazon. I was diligent about collecting and/or printing receipts for items and services I purchased for my business and I was stickler about tracking both expenses and income using a … Continue reading

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5 Quick Tips About Kindle Unlimited for Authors

Four months ago, I wrote this post: On Self Publishing: Top Ten Lessons I’ve Learned…So Far. A lot of that was cheerleader type stuff and cautions about social media do’s and don’ts. I did mention however that new authors should start … Continue reading

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10 Inspiring Facts for Indie Authors

Some great thoughts from Wise Ink Publishing that were passed along by a fellow author on indie publishing that all indie authors should read. These will give you a real ‘pick me up’! Please follow and share:0

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On Publishing – Converting eBooks to Paperbacks

I’ve come to a decision. I’m taking the plunge and doing paperback versions of the three ebooks I have out so far. I’ve decided to do print on demand (POD) versions of ‘Relic‘, ‘Busy Bees‘ and ‘Dana’s Dilemma‘ through CreateSpace. … Continue reading

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