Update! A fabulous person created an M4B format file and it’s now available in addition to MP3. Comfort and Joy – Audiobook, read by the author. Home from Afghanistan to surprise her mother, Milla expects only the best apple pie in the world and the bliss of unrationed hot showers. She’s not counting on futures — or meeting a woman like Tyna.
There are many right ways to finish a novel. At #GCLS2018 you can hear the stories of authors who transformed an idea into a finished work.
I don’t choose between my stories for favorites but I have to admit that I’m extra partial to Unbeliever. It’s full of the magic women create for themselves and together.
The original “The Little Mermaid” needed changes. A heroine who lived for starters. And lesbians, it really needed lesbians.
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.
Vivid hair, impossibly green eyes and red, red lips. Meet “My Lady Lipstick” – Karin Kallmaker’s next lesbian romance.
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.
Burning curiosity. Wild imagination. And it’s a bit naughty. All in all, not your mother’s Jane Austen: Castle Wrath by Karin Kallmaker.
Books. + Lotsa lesbians. + Comedians. + Singers and songwriters. + Shero. + Authors. And + Alaska. = Fan Girl Brain Meltdown
Last minute details if you’re planning to meet up with KK next weekend! Will she sign ALL the books you bring..?
Before you head into the weekend, Karin Kallmaker has a task for you. Plus dogs. Because dogs.
Long-term couples doing what they know how to do in this bundle of three erotic short stories. Practice makes perfect, right?
If Music be the food of Love, then it makes sense Suzanne and Jennifer inspired a playlist ranging from Radiohead to Sia to James Blake.
Bottle Shock, novel cameos, and more in an impromptu Q&A based on the tons of mail and messages I’ve been getting about Captain of Industry.
It’s 93,000 words of two strong women too much in the public eye for love. My latest novel is available!
No, not a salt-free e-story. It’s “Salt,” a free e-story. Punctuation can be vital.
I’m rubbing my hands together in glee about this year’s Newbies on Display, err, I mean “So I Had This Idea” Panel at GCLS 2016.