Book Clips: Wanted Deb Or Alive by Laurie Moore

December 10, 2016

Wanted Deb Or Alive

by Laurie Moore

Twenty-three-year-old Dainty Prescott‚ indulged society girl‚ TCU graduate‚ WBFD-TV intern and last year’s debutante‚ finally has everything she desires — until an early morning phone call from an international operator sends her life spiraling out of control. Her younger sister Teensy‚ this year’s debutante‚ chartered a plane for Mexico with a friend after the Rubanbleu ball the previous night. Now Teensy’s in critical condition in a Ciudad Juÿrez hospital and her friend is missing. Their taxi turned out to be a gypsy cab — what’s known as the Kidnapping Express — and the Mexican police may be behind it. But before Dainty learns the name of Teensy’s hospital‚ the call gets disconnected.

As Dainty’s odyssey forces her further into the steamy underbelly of a poverty-stricken nation filled with drug smugglers‚ crooked cops‚ serial killers and human traffickers she’s pursued by a relentless man-in-black known as El Mortero — The Undertaker. Can a naïve socialite stay one step ahead of assorted killers and rescue her sister — and other innocent victims — while people are being gunned down all around her? And what does The Ladies’ Guide to Homicide have to do with the rescue?


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Les Do Books Too: All I Want For Christmas by Clare Lydon

December 9, 2016

Les Do Books Too

All I Want For Christmas by Clare Lydon

In this episode Sheena is joined by Amy, a reviewer, and they chat about Clare Lydon's fabulous Christmas romance, All I Want For Christmas.

You can see Sheena's review for All I Want For Chrismas here 

or you can buy a copy of the book on | |

Email Sheena on with comments or questions.


Curves Welcome: Questioning The Status Quo

December 8, 2016

Curves Welcome

Questioning the Status Quo

Novelist and Motivational Blogger Suzie Carr discusses how to get out of being stuck by questioning the status quo.

In this episode Suzie explores:

  • How to get out of the muck
  • How to shift perspective
  • How to let go
  • Her experience with Writer’s Block

More info

Join Suzie’s Facebook group Feed Your Joy 

Visit Curves Welcome to receive 2 free stories by submitting name and email 

Email Suzie questions and comments



Book Clips: Roller Girl by Vanessa North

December 7, 2016

Roller Girl

by Vanessa North

Recently divorced Tina Durham is trying to be self-sufficient, but her personal-training career is floundering, her closest friends are swept up in new relationships, and her washing machine has just flooded her kitchen. It’s enough to make a girl cry.

Instead, she calls a plumbing service, and Joanne “Joe Mama” Delario comes to the rescue. Joe is sweet, funny, and good at fixing things. She also sees something special in Tina and invites her to try out for the roller derby team she coaches.

Derby offers Tina an outlet for her frustrations, a chance to excel, and the female friendships she’s never had before. And as Tina starts to thrive at derby, the tension between her and Joe cranks up. Despite their player/coach relationship, they give in to their mutual attraction. Sex in secret is hot, but Tina can’t help but want more.

With work still on the rocks and her relationship in the closet, Tina is forced to reevaluate her life. Can she be content with a secret lover? Or with being dependent on someone else again? It’s time for Tina to tackle her fears, both on and off the track.


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Harper Bliss and Her Mrs: Dedications And Credits

December 6, 2016

Harper Bliss And Her Mrs

Dedications and Credits - Why they are important and where to put them


In this episode Harper Bliss and Her Mrs (Caroline) discuss the dedication and credits in a novel. They talk about why they are important and where to put them. 

This was a question sent in by a listener. If you have questions please feel free to email them to and they will either answer them on the show or on their blog.


You can also find Harper Bliss on her website or on the Ladylit website check out her books on | |



Books On Writing That Harper Bliss Recommends 

Steven King on Writing - get it on | |  


James Scott Bell - get it on | |  



Sandra Gerth Show Don’t Tell - get it on | |  


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Therapy Cafe: From An Undisclosed Location

December 5, 2016

Therapy Cafe

From An Undisclosed Location

In this upcoming episode, Zane (Soul Mates) and Thalia (Eagle Cove) talk with Rachel Cross from Ascension by JL Gaynor. 

Rachel is the leader of the Sisterhood of the Guardianship who's mission is to protect innocent humans from evil vampires who violate an centuries-old treaty. 

Due to the sensitive nature of her position, she was not able to visit us in person. So we spoke to her from an undisclosed location via a secure line. As such, we  apologize for the unusual background noise not typically present in our episodes. 

The Therapy Café is brought to you by The Lesbian Talk Show where you can find this and other fine lesbian podcasts.

Be sure to send us your questions to  And subscribe to and rate our show on Podbean and iTunes. We can't do the show without you!


Women And Words: Being Out And The Outback

December 4, 2016

Women and Words Podcast Overview

27 Nov.-2 Dec. 2016

Andi and Jove clearly have a thing for the Australian Outback while Andi admits that she’s been out of the closet longer than Maggie Sawyer’s DC Comics character (DON’T JUDGE THOSE OF US AMONG THE OLDS!). Plus, the Hootenanny is coming! WE WILL NOT LET YOU FORGET. MUAH HA HA!!!!!

27 November: Author Cheyenne Blue stopped by to talk about the dogs in her works and give us an excerpt from Fenced-In Felix. She did a giveaway (so you need to check WaW often to get in on those!).

Women and Words link HERE

Cheyenne Blue’s website


28 November: Author and Women and Wordster Yvonne Heidt posted the cover of and info about her forthcoming book with Sapphire Publishing, Meet Me in the Middle (coming March, 2017).

Women and Words link HERE

Yvonne Heidt’s website


1 December: Author and Women and Wordster R.G. Emanuelle notes that the holidays are upon us, and they can wear us out, but she’s gonna be trying to be mellow.

Women and Words link HERE

R.G. Emanuelle’s website


2 December: Author and Women and Wordster Andi Marquette talks about the burgeoning relationship between Supergirl’s sister Alex Danvers and detective Maggie Sawyer in the TV show Supergirl. And Jove mentioned that she just read some fanfic by her fave fanfic writer that’s about Supergirl. That fanfic author is Bruisespristine, if y’all want to check out the works).

Women and Words link here

Andi Marquette’s website


And remember—calls for submissions! Happy Hours: Our Lives in Gay Bars (deadline Jan. 1) and Older Queer Voices: The Intimacy of Survival (here in the States with the current things going on, this one really hits home; get your stuff in by Jan. 10).


ALSO! THE HOOTENANNY AT WOMEN AND WORDS! 12-23 December! EVERY DAY WE ARE GIVING BOOKS AND OTHER STUFF AWAY AND IT IS THE CRAZY AND NUTTY AND SO OUT OF CONTROL even though Jove got a little cranky for a minute. Fortunately, Andi got her back into the happy groove and we strongly encourage you to come on down to Women and Words during the crazy and festivate with us! BECAUSE CHANCES TO WIN BOOKS AND OTHER STUFF! See you there!


Book Clips: Out Of Grief by EA Kafkalas

December 3, 2016

Out Of Grief

by EA Kafkalas

Where does friendship stop and love begin?

Nikki Kay is a successful lesbian romance author, from a loving Russian family. Her best friend Quinn from an uptight Anglo-Saxon family has been her best friend since childhood. Unfortunately for Nikki, Quinn is more than a best friend—she is the only woman Nikki ever truly loved. 

When Quinn’s husband kills himself unexpectedly, Nikki rushes to Quinn’s side. And just as they need each other more than ever, Quinn discovers she’s carrying his child. While Quinn sees no problem leaning on Nikki to get her through, Nikki is faced with battling her growing attraction


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Les Do Books: Lost In The Starlight by Kiki Archer, aka, the cutest celebrity lesfic going

December 2, 2016

Les Do Books

Lost in the Starlight by Kiki Archer, aka, the cutest celebrity lesfic going (Book Club)

In this episode, Tara and Sheena of The Lesbian Review, discuss their book club pick of the month, Lost in the Starlight by Kiki Archer. Listen to find out what it’s about and why they loved it. 

This podcast is chock full of spoilers, so make sure you read Lost in the Starlight before listening.


They also announce their next book club pick,

The Bureau of Holiday Affairs by Andi Marquette.

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They also spoke about 

After Mrs Hamilton by Clare Ashton

The All I Want Series by Clare Lydon

Requiem For Immortals by Lee Winter


More info

Come talk to us about this books and any other lesfic you’ve been reading lately at our Facebook group, The Lesbian Review Book Club.

You can see all of our reviews, top 10 lists and author profiles on and don’t forget to send your emails, questions and more to



Badass Women Save Themselves: Buffy The Vampire Slayer

December 1, 2016

Badass Women Save Themselves

Buffy The Vampire Slayer

This episode Jove Belle and Blythe Rippon chat about Buffy The Vampire Slayer and why she is one Badass woman.

You can find the Badass Women Save Themselves website here and chat to them on Facebook here