ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: A More Perfect Union Anthology

A More Perfect Union - Adrienne Bell

There’s a new voting-themed charity anthology out (four queer stories): “A More Perfect Union.”And there’s a giveaway! Includes stories from Adrienne Bell, Kilby Blades, Aliza Mann, Claire Marti, R.L. Merrill, M.D. Neu, Dawn Montgomery, Sera Taino and Kearney Wentworth. Love wins in this collection of nine all new, voting-themed romances. A set of bite-sized romance … Read more

ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: Together – Eloreen Moon

Together - Eloreen Moon

Eloreen Moon has a new MMM erotic romance out: “Together.” And there’s a giveaway! Victor has loved El and En since high school. The problem is, they love each other and only see him as a friend. Victor leaves town, unable to cope with watching them together, but now he’s back—and his heart still feels … Read more

ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: Poisoned Primrose – Dahlia Donovan

Poisoned Primrose - Dahlia Donovan

Dahlia Donovan has a new MF bi/ace cozy mystery romance out: “Poisoned Primrose.” Meet Motts and the quirky cast of characters in her world. Poisoned Primrose is a quintessential cosy British mystery and an all-round fun story to throw yourself into. Autistic, asexual, and almost forty, Pineapple “Motts” Mottley flees London with her cat and … Read more

5 Things I Learned Writing My First Bisexual Character

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I’m a lesbian author, and my Lesbian Light Reads series features stories that are deliberately low-drama and filled with beautiful women meeting and falling in love.

The Story of the Dueling Muses

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Muse:  A person or personified force who is the source of inspiration for a creative artist. Hello Readers! I usually blog on the 7th of each month, or thereabouts, but I decided to wait because of my – *BLMorticia clears her throat* Oh, I’m sorry BLMorticia’s new release Where There’s Smoke. For those who know … Read more

Embracing Diversity in Fiction

Diversity image - Sharita Lira

Good afternoon. With so much chatter going about the need for diversity in books, I had to speak on it again. First let’s start off with a question for authors. Since I’m an author too, I figured I’d begin here. You’re an author and you have an idea for a story which features a character … Read more