This week’s F/F Fiction Crossword Puzzle covers WLW & lesbian fiction that won an award! Some of them won mainstream awards, others won awards from LGBT+ literary organizations such as a Lambda Literary Award or a Golden Crown Literary Society Award.
Lists of award winners are usually a great source of finding books that are worth reading, so take a look at the books in this puzzle.
If you’ve been part of a community for a while, it’s easy to forget that you’re using special terms, abbreviations, and acronyms that not everyone is familiar with. I’ve recently been reminded of that when a reader asked me what a “toaster oven” romance is, and another wanted to know what WLW stands for.
So I put together this handy glossary of f/f romance terms that you might find helpful.
This week’s F/F Fiction Crossword Puzzle features WLW & lesbian books with characters who are artists.
Some of these books feature painters or sculptors; others are writers or musicians, and we even have a couple of tattoo artists.
So, here’s the WLW & lesbian books with characters who are artists puzzle: You can either download the crossword grid by right-clicking on the picture below or download the PDF with the crossword grid and the clues.
This week’s F/F Fiction Crossword Puzzle covers WLW & lesbian books set in a small town.
Escaping to a place where life is slower-paced, away from the hustle and bustle of the city, has its own charm, even though being LGBT+ in a town where everyone knows everyone else’s business comes with its own challenges.
To celebrate the publication of my latest romance, Wrong Number, Right Woman earlier this month, I thought I’d put together a crossword puzzle with clues from the book. Even if you haven’t read it yet, I think you have a chance to solve the puzzle because the answers to the first five clues are hidden in the first four chapters of the book, which you can read for free on Amazon and other online bookstores. To find the answers to clues number 6 and 7, read the excerpt, then take a look at my other contemporary romances. The prize: …
Most lesbian books and novels featuring women-loving women are set in the US, so today’s puzzle features books that take place outside of the US. The puzzle includes books set in South America, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Africa, Canada, and various countries in continental Europe and the United Kingdom. So, here’s the “WLW & lesbian books set outside the US” puzzle: You can either download the crossword grid by right-clicking on the picture below or download the PDF with the crossword grid and the clues. You don’t necessarily need a printer to play. You don’t need to send in the filled-out …