lesbian historical romance & historical fiction

WLW & lesbian historical romance & historical fiction (F/F Fiction Crossword Challenge #6)

  Today’s F/F Fiction Crossword Puzzle features a genre that is one of my favorites: WLW & lesbian historical romance & historical fiction. I mean, what’s not to love? Historical fiction allows us to live the past instead of reading dry facts. We get to be swept away to a far-off time and place–may it be the Old West, the Middle Ages, the World Wars, or Regency England. So I hope you’ll enjoy imaginary trips to the past while you attempt to solve this crossword puzzle.   Read up on the rules If you are discovering the F/F Fiction Crossword …

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Interview with fellow author Lois Cloarec Hart

About fifteen years ago, one of the first lesbian romances I read online was Coming Home by Lois Cloarec Hart. It’s still one of my all-time favorites. Now, years later, I am fortunate enough to not only have Lois as a fellow author publishing with Ylva Publishing, but also to have edited several of her books.  Lois recently had a new book out, and it stars a main character that is just as fascinating as the characters in Lois’ previous novels, so I invited Lois over to answer a few question about her new novel, Stone Gardens.  How would you describe …

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Giveaway of lesbian fiction series!

It’s not Christmas yet, but Ylva Publishing keeps handing out great gifts. Today, they’re giving away entire lesbian fiction series as e-book bundles. Among them are: My Oregon Series (Backwards to Oregon, Beyond the Trail, Hidden Truths, Lessons in Love and Life) My Shape-Shifter Series (Second Nature, True Nature, Manhattan Moon, Natural Family Disasters, Nature of the Pack, Pigeon Post) RJ Nolan’s L.A. Metro Series Paulette Callen’s Charity Series Erzabet Bishop’s Sigil Fire Series Lois Cloarec Hart’s Calgary Chronicles If you want to win one of these e-book bundles, head over to Ylva Publishing’s blog and leave a comment. Happy …

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Writing hours in September

September is over already, and October is starting with a bad cold for me. I have people calling me just to hear my “sexy” hoarse voice. Other than that, I’m doing well. Counting the days until December 22, when I will finally be a full-time writer. September was just as busy as the previous months, though mostly with editing. True Nature is now with the layouter and the formatting guru, and the cover is in the works too. I also finished Nature of the Pack, an 11,000-word short story featuring Kelsey and Rue from True Nature. I’ll send it off …

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Writing hours in August

Another month has gone by, and it feels as if we’re slowly approaching fall here in Germany. Normally, I’m a bit sad when summer is over, but this year, I don’t mind. I will give up my day job at the end of the year to focus on writing and editing, so the end of summer means that there’s less time to wait until I can finally live my dream. I got the content editor’s feedback for True Nature in August. To my great relief, she loved it. I’ve been working hard on using her advice to make it an …

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Walking the Labyrinth

Many years ago, long before I first started writing in English, I read Coming Home by Lois Cloarec Hart. It was actually one of the first lesbian romances I read. To this day, it’s still one of my favorites. I was so impressed by this heart-felt novel that I sent Lois an e-mail, practically begging her for a sequel or maybe a “spin-off” featuring my two favorite minor characters, Dana and Lee. This year, I was honored to have Lois as a fellow Ylva author and even more honored to edit her newest book, Walking the Labyrinth, a novel that …

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