Monthly Archives: December 2015

The 47 Hour Saga: How We Got Home From Christmas at the In-Laws

Gonna start this off by saying it would have made a cute book (“Same-sex couple struggle to get home from loving in-laws! It’s a diverse version of Planes, Trains, and Automobiles, from the author who brought you other cute Jewish queer stuff!”) … Continue reading

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Silver and Gold: anthology of age-gap same gender romance

I don’t think I’ve ever mentioned a cover in one of my book reviews before, but Natasha Snow’s beautiful cover for Silver and Gold is honestly the kind of thing I’d want on my wall! This is an anthology of six novellas compiled … Continue reading

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“Carolyn for Christmas”, sweet contemporary lesbian romance novella set in Ireland

I’ve seen a lot of people looking for media with f/f that isn’t erotica, isn’t YA, and has a happy ending, and Irish author Lucy Carey’s new release Carolyn for Christmas fits everything on that list. Two women who used to … Continue reading

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Book review: A bi, poly president of the USA?

With a title like Kneel, Mr. President I was definitely expecting a lot of enthusiastically-written kinky sex, but this book surprised me by being more than that. Instead, it starts right as a tense situation comes to a head–the First Lady … Continue reading

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Chanukah art celebrating love between women

Happy Chanukah from Queen Shulamit and her loving partner Chef Aviva. Catch their latest adventure here: A Harvest of Ripe Figs or the short stories in Tales from Outer Lands. Both pictures were drawn by Laya on commission.

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Nevada: award winning trans fiction by a trans author

“Her whole life is the abusive boyfriend she’s finally leaving, and everyone is rooting for her.” — basically sums up Nevada by Imogene Binnie for me. I love Binnie’s aggressively chatty writing style. She writes like people actually tell stories … Continue reading

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Some m/m (and f/f) titles starring Jewish characters

This is by no means an exhaustive or all-inclusive list, but I realized that some of these stories might slip under the radar because in many cases the books aren’t about the character’s Jewishness so it doesn’t get keyworded as … Continue reading

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