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On Writing: Should We Write Genre Fiction for a Specific Audience Only?

I’ve been participating in a lengthy ongoing discussion about book promotion with several other authors on Goodreads. The discussion is approaching 400 comments with one man dominating the conversation now for the last few weeks. 1,056 more words

On Writing

I'm Pleased to announce "Forever Yours" is now available

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    Taylor Fields and Raven Compton shared true love – that rare kind of companionship that few couples experience, and fewer relationships survive.  213 more words

Dawn Carter

How Much Money Does a Novelist Make?

HOW MUCH MONEY DOES A NOVELIST MAKE?

By Layce Gardner & Saxon Bennett

As Indie authors who have had three best-selling novels in the past twelve months AND who have also had eighteen novels published with a small lesbian publisher, we are often asked this question. 745 more words

The Amazon Trail

Potato Chip Salad

By Lee Lynch

With the new year comes the new resolve. With the new resolve came the Fitbit.

After knee replacement surgery last year I was given a painkiller that made me constantly nauseous. 848 more words

Bold Strokes Books

Review of Season's Meetings by The Lesbian Review.

“This book is utterly charming. I adored every moment of it and highly recommend it.”

http://www.thelesbianreview.com/seasons-meetings-by-amy-dunne/

A swirl of light and shadows...

Haunting Love is turning out to be so much fun to write. I love Anna. She’s turned out to be such a swirl of light and shadows. 3,019 more words

Lesbian Fiction

Review of Season's Meetings

“I liked this heart warming, feel good story. Catherine had some absolutly brilliant comments/thoughts that literally made me giggle out loud.”

http://www.prismbookalliance.com/2015/02/seasons-meetings-by-amy-dunne-book-review-by-ameliah/