This week’s Sapphic Reading Challenge features books with a bisexual main character or a pansexual main character.
A bisexual person is someone who’s attracted to two or more genders, while a pansexual person is someone who’s attracted to people regardless of gender.
Important note: A female character who is solely attracted to women is a lesbian, even if she slept with men in the past, before figuring out she’s a lesbian. Sexual orientation is defined by who you are attracted to, not by who you sleep with.
I had a lot of great feedback regarding the setting in my romance novel Paper Love, which is set in Freiburg, Germany, where I live. I really love the city, so for those of you who want to be able to imagine the locations, here’s a little Paper Love travel guide with photos from the places and dishes I described in the book.