I assume that’s why you’re here … because you care about books with lesbians who survive disaster, dodge bullets, climb mountains, overcome loss, play golf, cruise with their friends, rescue animals, etc. … you know, all the things lesbians do on their way to finding everlasting love.
I’m featuring two books right now. The Touch of a Woman is coming from Bella Books in November, and my recent release, T-Minus Two, is still enjoying a nice ride. Thanks to all who’ve written reviews and dropped me notes about my notes on the blog & Facebook. Nothing speaks louder to potential readers than other readers.
On the Books page, you’ll find synopses of all my titles, along with purchase links to Bella Books, my publisher. No, you don’t *have* to buy directly from Bella, but when you do, there’s more money going to Real Live Lesbians who work the phones, pack the boxes, write the marketing copy, format the text for print & ebook, fix my errors and push my books in front of reviewers & booksellers so I’ll enjoy a modicum of success. If you’d rather buy your books from a brick & mortar bookstore, I can get on board with that too. Those people are our neighbors and we want them to do well. If they don’t have my books, ask for them. Some of you probably buy from Amazon. I get that. They’re convenient & your dollars go further. The bottom line is — no matter where you buy it — I appreciate that you’re willing to part with your hard-earned cash for something I’ve written, and I’ll always do my best to give you your money’s worth. Please don’t make or accept unauthorized copies because that’s too depressing for me to have to think about.
The Blog page is mostly book news or event-related bits, and I’ll try to keep it updated so you don’t get bored when you stop by, even if it’s just to let you know that I’m banging my head against the wall because my book is stuck and the characters won’t do what I tell them. Once in a while, I’ll go off on a non-books rant, usually about something social or political. It’s fine if you don’t agree, and I promise not to do it often because, as I told you at the top of the page: It’s about the books.
The Bio is more or less boilerplate, the stuff I put in the front of my books or send off to someone doing an article or interview. The juicy stuff is on Facebook, especially since other people take joy in putting it there. I have a Twitter account but I don’t Tweet. Maybe I’ll ramp that up this year.
If you have questions, comments or rants of your own, you can reach me through the Contact page. That’s the private channel — your blog comments are posted for everyone to see.
Best to all & thanks for reading.