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Lesbians uncover political corruption in suspense novel The Red Files

We often, in the LGBT lit world, talk about the need for representation in stories of the same type straight people get — fighting aliens or corruption or natural disasters instead of just bigotry. The Red Files by Lee Winter is … 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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Goddess-worshippy fantasy novel where priestess loves chambermaid, saves nation

Prayer of the Handmaiden by Merry Shannon is actually the second book in a fantasy series, but since it’s about a completely different pair of women than the first one, just set in the same universe, you can start there like … Continue reading

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Review: Regency hetero romance with Jewish hero

True Pretenses by Rose Lerner first got on my radar this summer, as a much-needed anecdote to my anger upon discovering a trope in mainstream romance of Jewish women being paired with Nazi officers. After spending an appropriate amount of time … Continue reading

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A Harvest of Ripe Figs: lesbian “cozy mystery” with dragons for sale in paperback and eBook

If you’ve been waiting to read a lighthearted mystery novel about a lesbian queen solving mysteries in her capital city in paperback, you’re in luck! Watch Queen Shulamit look for a stolen violin, investigate a rivalry between two jewelers, and … Continue reading

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Portrait in jasmine and grapevines

For I am unworthy, and she is lost these many years. She said I am heartless, and thus, unworthy. King Jahandar and his childhood sweetheart, driven away in fear of the responsibility of being his moral center. Who is she? … Continue reading

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Uplifting novel “Ebenezer” features lesbian’s (secular) spiritual journey learning to fight severe depression

(Before I start this, I want to mention that the Kindle sample is what hooked me, and that close toward the end of the sample there was something that caught me by complete surprise, bringing tears to my eyes. So maybe … Continue reading

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