Wednesday, 16 December 2015 22:37

The Lez Review: "Leaving Normal" By Rae Theodore

Leaving Normal

 

 

"Be your own superhero" is the message Rae Theodore wants to share through her book "Leaving Normal," a book in which she tells her own story: the search for identity of a butch lesbian.

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Margot McCuaig

 

For the lovers of LGBT literature, author Margot McCuaigMargot McCuaig organized a party for the launch of the second edition of her debut book «The Birds That Never Flew» with her publisher ThunderPoint Publishing and hosted by author Sara Sheridan.

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Something True Karelia Stetz Waters

 

 

 

The last time I told you about a Karelia Stetz-Waters book, we plunged into a rather morbid but very interesting atmosphere with her book «Dysphoria», which I recommend to all thriller fans. This time, 180° turn. Stetz-Waters has just released «Something True», a novel about a love story between two women.

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she overheard murder

 

 

"She Overheard Murder" and "Puzzled by the Clues" are two books that make up the Nic & Nora Mystery series written by Jean Sheldon.

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The Lost Women of Lost Lake ellen hart

 

 

 

 

"The Lost Women of Lost Lake" is a detective story whose main characters are a group of lesbian friends who spend a few days together after many years. But we understand from the first pages of Ellen Hart's book that one of those women is hiding a terrible secret that could jeopardize her marriage.

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With a Purpose Michele Rivera

 

 

 

 

Michele Rivera has published a new book entitled "With a Purpose."

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Sunday, 16 March 2014 03:22

The Lez Review - "Coffee Breaks" By Eva Reddy

Coffee Breaks Eva Reddy

 

 

 

 

"Coffee Breaks" is a book that takes us into the lesbian erotic art.

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Taking the lead

 

 

While dialogues, "Taking the Lead", written by Michele Rivera, is a book that explores the fact of not being afraid to be who you are, not being afraid of your attractions.

This book explores the discovery of sexuality and the first time in a lesbian life through the story of a teenager.

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Tuesday, 12 April 2011 00:40

The Lez Review - Interview with Author Teryn

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The world is filled with voices that are driven by the stories of their lives. Some choose to share their chaos with the world while others choose to remain silent and their story, no matter how poignant, inspirational, or thought provoking, dies with them. Be the Sun AgainBe the Sun Again by TerynTeryn, is one of those such stories written by a voice that I hope never chooses to remain silent.

For those of you who have yet to read Be the Sun AgainBe the Sun Again, or my review of the book a few weeks back, I encourage you to do so simply because your life will be less changed if you don’t and who doesn’t like change accept those who fear it.

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