Long-term couples doing what they know how to do in this bundle of three erotic short stories. Practice makes perfect, right?
The pretty. So pretty.
Try as I might, I never could sing like Julie Andrews and I didn’t waste any time trying. My mother sewed me a costume though. I still have the carpetbag and the tea set.
When Sharon Gless (costumed decades older and pounds heavier than she really is) looks in the camera and declares her fierce love for another woman, and her desire to have that love known to the entire world, it’s tingle time, head to toe, and worth the price of admission.
The Dawning specifically pays tribute to the astronauts who died in the Challenger explosion. It will be available as an eBook for the very first time.
Amazon gets their books from a wholesaler, who gets them from Bella Distribution. Generally, all books ship out on pallets to wholesalers and distributors 2-3 weeks prior to the release date, after they are released by the printer. The time it takes for those wholesalers to inventory, unpack, re-pick, pack and ship books out to their clients (booksellers and others) can take anywhere between 7-10 days (generally). In the case of Amazon and other large retailers, the distributor shipments are then sent to their own internal warehouse hubs where the same process happens again: books are unpacked and repacked and shipped to their individual stores and distribution centers, where they are unpacked and logged in as available. So availability at these locations can vary greatly, depending on their own internal processes. On the other hand, books are shipped to independent bookstores and online retailers about a week prior to release date. Because the shipment is direct, these sites receive the books quickly and usually have them in stock, ready to mail out, before Amazon or most of the other large retailers. So if you can’t wait for a book, your local independent bookstore, Bella Books will get it for you …
My Fabulous Friday continues with the realization that I—and the many other writers represented by Bella Books and Spinsters Ink—are under a big umbrella with an incredible legacy.
Why is self-promotion supposed to be something one is ashamed of, so that if one does it, it’s a shameless act?
I sally forth into this new venture with high hopes of making another kind of lasting contribution to the world of lesbian fiction.
Interview of Karin Kallmaker for Q Syndicate by Joy Parks