Interview with fellow writer Fletcher DeLancey

Those of you who follow my blog know that I regularly invite other writers to talk about their writing and their books on my blog. Today, I’m honored to welcome Fletcher DeLancey. Fletcher is not only the author of Without a Front, one of my all-time favorite lesbian novels, but she is also a fellow Ylva author and does some editing for Ylva Publishing on the side. Her novella Mac vs. PC has just been published, and her short story “Learning to Ride” has been featured in the anthology Spread the Love. Fletcher lives in southern Portugal with her lovely …

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Writing hours in March 2014

Wow, what a month! I recently moved into a new (bigger) apartment. Even though it’s in the same house where I lived before, it’s insane how much work was involved, so I again didn’t get as much writing done as I would have liked. When I thought a full-time writer would write full time, I must have been delusional Still, I can’t complain too much. After all, I published a new novel, Cabernet und Liebe, (the German translation of Something in the Wine), wrote a new short story (which will be published in an anthology edited by Andi Marquette and …

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