Enjoying local people art their heart out is one of my favorite self-cares for the solitary writer lifestyle. It’s also a great balance to the times we’re living through.
Revised and expanded – Karin Kallmaker’s advice on how to prepare and survive reading from your book to a live audience.
This addictive random title generator based on Goodreads will suggest a list of ten lesfic books every time you click it. Now enhanced with sub-genres to choose from! Did I mention it’s addictive?
Professional writers looking to broaden their skills and network should take a serious look at national RWA and local chapters available.
The Lesbrary lesbrarians post about the books they find intriguing in the broad spectrum of lesbian and bisexual stories. There’s also a link round up and a blog roll to expand your resources.
Writing, like any profession, has a skill set. Yet it’s hard to find safe, welcoming spaces to learn these essential skills. Read more about the GCLS Writing Academy.
You have the freedom to read. Exercise that freedom and ask your local library to add books you want to read to their catalogs. It starts with getting that library card, right?
The Round Table publishes reviews and bibliographies of “Over the Rainbow” books across the entire reading spectrum. Why is June GLBT Book Month? The answer is here.