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Sapphic book with a stunning or unusual cover (Book Unicorn #7)

For this week’s Sapphic Book Bingo, read a sapphic book with a cover that is stunning, unusual, or stands out in some way.

Of course, “stunning” is a very subjective term, and what stands out to one person might be considered nothing special by another. So for this category, just go by whatever cover you think is amazing or unusual in some way.

I picked the books I recommend for this category either because they won a GCLS Tee Corinne Award for Outstanding Cover Design or because they were among the top 10 favorite covers voted on by readers in my Facebook group.

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Catfishing in the sapphic fiction community

Catfishing in the sapphic fiction community

How AC Adams aka Adam Gaffen deceived readers and fellow writers.

For a while now, I had intended to write a blog post about how important it is to respect your readers and your community, with the first and most important point being to not lie and pretend you’re someone you’re not.

It turns out I now need to write an entire blog post just about that topic, because an author within our community has lied and deceived readers, fellow authors, and the rest of the community in a way that is inexcusable.

Let me start at the beginning to give you a better idea of what happened and why I’m posting about it.

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Sapphic book with an immigrant or expat character (Book Unicorn #6)

This month’s Book Unicorn category of the Sapphic Book Bingo features sapphic books with a main character who’s either an immigrant or an expat. 

Both expats and immigrants are people who left their native country and now live elsewhere. The difference between an immigrant and an expat is that immigrants move from the country of their birth to another country to live there permanently, while expats (expatriates) have relocated abroad only temporarily.

But sometimes, the situation changes, so someone can start out as an expat and then stay permanently, as it happened in my novel Shaken to the Core.

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