Burning curiosity. Wild imagination. And it’s a bit naughty. All in all, not your mother’s Jane Austen: Castle Wrath by Karin Kallmaker.
No, not a salt-free e-story. It’s “Salt,” a free e-story. Punctuation can be vital.
Do Overs, You Can’t Win if You Don’t Play and Lilith are in one bundle. Not sure you’ve read them? These links to descriptions and an excerpt will help.
Starbucks pretty much said “One million what?”
I think I can guarantee that you’ll never walk by a little Santa house at the mall without wondering what’s up inside.
I hear from readers about how welcome the diversity of experience, desire and age is, making these lesbians familiar to them too.
I had to take some care to up the voltage, so to speak, without adding anything that a reader didn’t see in the original novel.
It is precisely because of those moments of kindness and pleasure that she is able to face her future with the fearless belief that it will be a better one.
Guess what libraries are full of? Readers! So the Lesbian Genre Fiction Tour is taking the tour to the source.
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.
It’s a funny situation because nobody asks if you play the violin, can construct a 7-layer wedding cake, run marathons, create fine art, practice patent law, sing jazz, or solve quadratic equations for fun.
The stories all take place in the same building on the same Halloween night, so I do get the full length of a book to explore setting, era and place. Some of the characters are glimpsed in earlier stories before starring in their own.
Interview of Karin Kallmaker for Q Syndicate by Joy Parks
Two recent releases are shortlisted for 2006 Goldie Awards! Read more about Just Like That and Bell, Book and Dyke.
Whether it’s suds in the shower or yahoo-bucking-bronco sex is determined by the plot and characters.
Some writers, especially new ones, are wary of being “branded” by a label that excludes her from one market or the other. To them, my advice is write LOTS.
An interview between Karin Kallmaker and the Golden Crown Literary Society, 2004