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.
Diana wears Maniac Red lipstick and high heels. Paris wears men’s suits and a Windsor knot in her ties. Learn more about My Lady Lipstick now available from Bella Books!
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.
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.
It’s 93,000 words of two strong women too much in the public eye for love. My latest novel is available!
Milla Zajac is home for the holidays. It’s a surprise for her mother, and a promise of the best apple pie on the planet and plenty of unrationed hot showers. Her winding path home leads her to Tyna, and thoughts of a future that seemed out of reach. (Excerpt below.)
A garrulous Bennett and an affable Bingley join the two leads in Just Like That, my very lesbian, award-winning homage to Pride and Prejudice.
At first this story was made up of a young woman mourning the death of a former girlfriend and questioning what it all means. But then she sees an angel…who turns out to be a quite ordinary woman.
It would be nice if there was any recognition from straight America that they know how we feel to have had equality dangled in front of us, only to be taken away via Proposition 8 by our enemies – and our allies.
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 also believe that laughter is probably the best thing in life. You can do it anywhere, any time and with anyone. And it feels good.
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.