The original “The Little Mermaid” needed changes. A heroine who lived for starters. And lesbians, it really needed lesbians.
In which Karin Kallmaker says two kinds of thank you, applauds love and resistance and gives you a real reason to read to the end.
I invite you to enjoy the opening from “LARP,” my this-could-be-the-start-of-something-good contribution to Conference Call, a new romance anthology available first at #GCLS2017
Ask a hundred writers “how’d you finish that book?” and you’ll get 97 different answers and 3 people who’ll wander off muttering.
I donned the mantle of science and tasted the most common crisps of the Emerald Isle. This is my evaluation, which nobody asked for. Plus, I’m quite sure that the Irish couldn’t give a rusty nail about what a Yank thinks on the subject.
Vivid hair, impossibly green eyes and red, red lips. Meet “My Lady Lipstick” – Karin Kallmaker’s next lesbian romance.
I’d already picked out the teapot to use in My Lady Lipstick. Then we toured the place where that teapot was born.
Fearless Girl is awesome staring down Charging Bull. Fearless Girl is completely awesome on her own. Our feelings about art evolve; that is what art is.
When another group comes along and says, “your way of being should be eradicated” everyone’s alarm bells should go off. Isn’t that what conversation therapy is all about?
Paris Ellison, the real woman behind Queen of the Bodice Rippers Anita Topaz, has received a disturbing letter – and burnt the brownies! And meets the mysterious Diana.
Revised and expanded – Karin Kallmaker’s advice on how to prepare for your first public reading of your book: Pick the right passage, practice, prepare for questions and close with a call to action.
Burning curiosity. Wild imagination. And it’s a bit naughty. All in all, not your mother’s Jane Austen: Castle Wrath by Karin Kallmaker.