We all know that there are lesbians in North America who would read lesbian fiction in Spanish if they knew it existed. Egales has a broad catalog. So please pass the word! There’s a world of great reading waiting.
Muse: “Stepping Stone — the book about the Hollywood producer whose ex used and dumped her to get a big part, so she’ll never trust an actress again, then one falls in her lap, then the ex shows up all sorry I was a fool, sort of All About Eve meets Singin’ in the Rain? That book?”
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.
Night Vision has been lightly edited for references to technology and is being reissued this week by Bella Books.
I know. I know, I get it, it’s okay, you don’t have to tell me anymore. Subaru doesn’t make the Escort. Ford makes the Escort. Now, I do wish that my demonstration of How Not to Change a Minor Detail in a book was a clever object lesson for new writers, but alas, it’s simply a mistake.
I think I can guarantee that you’ll never walk by a little Santa house at the mall without wondering what’s up inside.
the hopes that techonology works, I’m pre-posting this announcement: The Kiss that Counted goes on sale today in bookstores and online outlets everywhere. If you’re a Bella Books customer, your books are probably already in the mail.
mazon 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).
My lesbian retelling of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, Just Like That, has already been translated for publication in Spain and Germany, and this month (I believe) it is being released in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
I know I’m speaking for Radclyffe as well when I say to all the readers — we hope you enjoy this anthology as much as we enjoyed writing it.
ne of the things writers do when we gather is compare not just the good, but the bad side of putting our work into the public marketplace… so this was my answer to the question.