Lee Lynch’s Journey with Lesbian Fiction

July 20, 2018

Lee Lynch’s Journey with Lesbian Fiction

Les Do Books

In this episode of Les Do Books, Tara is joined by Lee Lynch, author of the classic lesbian book The Swashbuckler, and one of Tara’s recent favourites, Rainbow Gap. Lee talks about her journey of discovering lesbian literature as a teenager in the 1960s, how she started writing fiction, and the contemporary authors that have her excited.

Check out the books discussed:

Find Lee Lynch online

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Erasing The Bisexual

July 16, 2018

Episode 5: Erasing The Bisexual 

Ask A Bisexual Season 1

Ask A Bisexual is a show aimed at busting some of the myths about bisexual women. Sheena’s guest for this season are Tara Scott, reviewer at The Lesbian Review, and Rae D Magdon, author.

In this episode Tara and Rae discuss

  • What is bisexual erasure?
  • Why does it happen?
  • What can we do to be more inclusive?

 

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Cheating And Promiscuity - Ask A Bisexual

July 9, 2018

Episode 4 Cheating / Promiscuity

Ask A Bisexual Season 1

Naturally being bisexual means that you are all sex addicts, right? Even though it's utter rubbish it is a common misconception. 

In this episode, Tara Scott and Rae D Magdon discuss this. Hosted by Sheena.

Listener Questions & Comments:

Kat Evans There is a myth that bisexual women cheat more often and are more promiscuous. I think it just stems from their dating pool being larger.

Suzie Carr I personally am bisexual and I get so angry when someone decides that I would cheat on my spouse because I find both men and women attractive. That's such an insult. As if sexuality has anything to do with morals, common decency, integrity.

Ask A Bisexual is a show aimed at busting some of the myths about bisexual women. Sheena’s guest for this season are Tara Scott, reviewer at The Lesbian Review, and Rae D Magdon, author.

 

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8 F/F Authors that A.L. Brooks Fangirls Over

July 6, 2018

8 F/F Authors that A.L. Brooks Fangirls Over

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In this episode of Les Do Books, Tara is joined by author A.L. (Angela) Brooks. Authors are readers too, which is why Tara was excited to hear all about the lesfic authors that Angela fangirls over.

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Bisexual Discrimination

July 2, 2018

Bisexual Discrimination

Ask A Bisexual 

Season 1, Episode 3

Ask A Bisexual is a show aimed at busting some of the myths about bisexual women. Sheena’s guest for this season are Tara Scott, reviewer at The Lesbian Review, and Rae D Magdon, author.

In this episode Tara and Rae discuss discrimination they have faced from both lesbian and heterosexual communities. 

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The Double Edged Sword of Bisexual Attraction

June 25, 2018

Episode 2 The Double Edged Sword of Bisexual Attraction

Ask A Bisexual Season 1

Ask A Bisexual is a show aimed at busting some of the myths about bisexual women. Sheena’s guest for this season are Tara Scott, reviewer at The Lesbian Review, and Rae D Magdon, author.

In this episode Tara and Rae discuss  how being attracted to men and women leads to all sorts of misconceptions and false ideas. People think you can’t decide or that you will end up in a heterosexual space just because it is easier.

 

Questions:

Julie Versoi: Bisexual women can be vilified from both men and women. Men can think she's a lesbian that just doesn't want to admit it or think that it's their chance for that fantasy threesome with two women. Lesbian women don't want to date a bisexual woman because they feel she is just experimenting or passing time until a man comes along.

I consider myself bisexual but I am more attracted to women then men, a lot of women won't even consider dating me because they have been hurt before because someone they were involved with left them or cheated on them with a man. It's annoying because they don't stop dating lesbian women that have left them or cheated on them with another woman. A friend suggested I just say I'm a lesbian but to me that isn't being honest.

Enrico Di Bella Which are the things (I mean psychologically) that attract you in men and in women and what you do not like in either gender?

Maji de H I would like to know whether they prefer dating lesbians or dating other bisexual women. Also would like to know more about their preference romantically and sexually. I mean, a few bisexuals that I know seem to enjoy sexual relationship with women much more than with men, but are more attached to men romantically. I know it doesn't apply to all bisexual women, but maybe could be discussed as a myth?

Brooklyn Goodrich as a bisexual are there bisexuals who lean more towards one gender than the other or is it always down the middle?

Julie Versoi When I was younger I leaned more toward men, as I've gotten older I lean more toward women. Could also be that as I have gotten older I've become more comfortable with my bisexuality and more open to my attraction toward women

 

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Camille Perri Talks Lesbian Fiction

June 22, 2018

Camille Perri Talks Lesbian Fiction

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In this episode of Les Do Books, Tara is joined by author Camille Perri, who shares three lesbian fiction books she loves:

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3 Reviewers 1 Book - Daughter Of Mystery by Heather Rose Jones

June 20, 2018

3 Reviewers 1 Book - Daughter Of Mystery by Heather Rose Jones 

The Lesbian Review Podcast 

Sheena is joined by April and Tara today to talk about Daughter of Mystery by Heather Rose Jones in this special episode of 3 Reviewers 1 Book.

 

Daughter Of Mystery by Heather Rose Jones

Publisher: Bella Books

Synopsis

Margerit Sovitre did not expect to inherit Baron Saveze’s fortunes—even less his bodyguard, a ruthlessly efficient swordswoman known only as Barbara. Wealth suddenly makes Margerit a highly eligible heiress and buys her the enmity of the new Baron. He had expected to inherit all, and now eyes her fortune with open envy. 

Barbara proudly served as the old Baron’s duelist but she had expected his death to make her a free woman. Bitterness turns to determination when she finds herself the only force that stands between Margerit and the new Baron’s greed. 

At first Margerit protests the need for Barbara’s services, but soon she cannot imagine sending Barbara away. And Barbara’s duty has become something far more hazardous to her heart than the point of a sword. But greater dangers loom than one man’s hatred—the Prince of Alpennia is ill. Deadly intrigue surrounds the succession and the rituals of divine power known as The Mysteries of the Saints. 

Heather Rose Jones debuts with a sweeping story rich in intrigue and the clash of loyalties and love.

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Themes discussed

  • Romance
  • Being Owned
  • Money and power
  • Magic and religion

 

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Becoming The Hero Of My Bisexual Story

June 18, 2018

Episode1: Becoming The Hero Of My Bisexual Story

Season 1: Ask A Bisexual

Ask A Bisexual is a show aimed at busting some of the myths about bisexual women. Sheena’s guest for this season are Tara Scott, reviewer at The Lesbian Review, and Rae D Magdon, author.

In this episode Tara and Rae discuss their own bisexual story (also known as our superhero origin story).

 

And they answer these questions from our Facebook Group:

Nita Round I've often heard it said that bi-sexuals can't decide.

Julie Versoi Yes, that we can't decide or that we're confused about our sexuality.

 

Erin Hodgson Prior to realising you are bisexual, did you think you were predominantly straight, or lesbian? Was it a gradual realisation/change, or was it sudden? How much of that personal journey have you shared with loved ones?

 

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Heather Rose Jones Shares 5 Books (and Reasons!) that Prove the English Regency is the Perfect Setting for Romances Between Women

June 8, 2018

Heather Rose Jones Shares 5 Books (and Reasons!) that Prove the English Regency is the Perfect Setting for Romances Between Women

Les Do Books

In this episode of Les Do Books, Tara is joined by Heather Rose Jones, author, reviewer at The Lesbian Review, and host of the Lesbian Historic Motif Project. Heather has 5 reasons why the English Regency is the perfect setting for romances between women, and book recommendations to back them up.

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Learn more about Heather Rose Jones

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K Aten Talks About the Lesbian Speculative Fiction She Loves

May 25, 2018

K Aten Talks About the Lesbian Speculative Fiction She Loves

Les Do Books

In this episode of Les Do Books, author and reviewer at The Lesbian Review, K Aten, joins Tara to talk about the lesbian speculative fiction that she loves, the mainstream sci fi and fantasy books that influenced her, and more. Authors are readers too, so Tara was excited to hear about which books K loves and that she thinks everyone should read.

Check out the lesfic stories she discussed here:

  • The Growing by Susanne M. Beck & Okasha Skat'si
  • Protector Of The Realm: Supreme Constellations 1 by Gun Brooke
  • Broken Wings by L-J Baker
  • Without a Front: The Producer’s Challenge by Fletcher DeLancey
  • Reintegration by Eden S. French

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The Player and the Girl Next Door in F/F Romance with Lise MacTague

May 11, 2018

The Player and the Girl Next Door in F/F Romance with Lise MacTague

Les Do Books

Tara is joined by author Lise MacTague to talk about the common tropes of the player and the girl next door. They dive into who these character types are, how they differ in lesfic from how they’re presented in m/f romance, and share examples from some of their favourite f/f romances.

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The players

The girls next door

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3 Reviewers 1 Book - Charming The Vicar by Jenny Frame

May 9, 2018

3 Reviewers 1 Book - Charming The Vicar by Jenny Frame 

The Lesbian Review Podcast 

Sheena is joined by April and Tara today to talk about Charming The Vicar by Jenny Frame. They look at pros, cons and discuss the audiobook. 

They also discuss

  • Religion
  • Butch rep
  • Strapons
  • April’s big book of sex

 

Charming The Vicar by Jenny Frame 

Publisher Bold Strokes Books 

Narrator Nicola Victoria Vincent 

Synopsis 

Finnian Kane, famous master of illusion, mentalist, and renowned atheist, has a crisis of faith after her sister's death. She rents a cottage in the village of Axedale in Kent, desperately trying to find a safe haven from the intrusive media to grieve and work out how to move on. 

The Reverend Bridget Claremont makes it her mission to help the enigmatic Finnian find her faith in life again. Bridge has long yearned for a life partner, and her best friend's wedding has intensified that desire. But when you're a lesbian vicar in a small English village, it's not easy to find your perfect match. 

Their chemistry is clear from the start, despite their different beliefs and Bridge insisting Finn isn't her type. But will the mentalist find the magic that can charm the vicar? 

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Other Books We Mentioned

At Her feet by Rebecca Weatherspoon

Shadow Haven AJ Schippers

The Secret Pond by Gerri Hill

Poppy Jenkins by Clare Ashton

The Night Off by Meghan O’Brien

French Kissing Season 1 by Harper Bliss

 

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8 Fake Relationship F/F Romances

April 27, 2018

8 Fake Relationship F/F Romances

Les Do Books

In this episode, Tara is joined by Sheena, founder of The Lesbian Review and The Lesbian Talk Show. They talk about their favourite fake relationship books.

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8 Awesome Books With Bisexual Leading Ladies

April 18, 2018

8 Awesome Books With Bisexual Leading Ladies 

The Lesbian Review Podcast 

Tara joins Sheena in this episode to talk about 8 Awesome Books With Bisexual Leading Ladies.

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Here are Tara’s choices for excellent books with bi rep:

 

All That Matters Susan X Meagher

Our Review on TLR

Publisher Brisk Press

Synopsis

Life is going damned well for Blair Spencer. She’s a very successful real estate agent, happily married to a man who encourages her to live the independent life she loves—and they’re actively working to have a baby.

The wrench in the works is that Blair favors adoption, while her husband David desperately wants to have a biological child. The fates are against them, and they finally seek the help of a group of reproductive specialists. One of the doctors, a surgeon named Kylie Mackenzie, eventually becomes a good friend to Blair. And she needs all of the friends she can get when things start to go horribly wrong at home. As her marriage teeters on the brink of collapse, she relies more and more on Kylie’s friendship.

Kylie’s happily gay; Blair’s happily straight. But the way they structure their relationship leads friends and family to privately question whether the pair is setting themselves up for heartache. They eventually come to a crossroads, which could either destroy their friendship or turn it into what each of them has been seeking. The question is whether each woman can change her view of herself and her needs. The answer is all that matters.

 

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Just Jorie by Robin Alexander

Our Review on TLR

Publisher Intaglio Publications

Audiobook Publisher Dog Ear Audio

Synopsis

Some believe that special someone is out there just waiting to be found. Jorie Andolini is one of those people and has spent a lot of time envisioning that moment. She bumps into a woman at a grocery store, the woman drops a can of peas, Jorie picks it up, their eyes meet, and two souls connect. But it’s actually a wasted trip to New York, a snowstorm, and a canceled flight home that puts her in the path of Lena Vaughn.

Lena has found fault in every man she’s ever dated. Her dream of finding a husband is dwindling with every year that passes. Despite what her friends say, Lena doesn’t believe she has a fear of commitment, she simply hasn’t found a man she wanted to commit to. It comes as a surprise that in fact it is a woman who stirs those desires. For Lena, it’s not really a matter of sexuality, it’s just Jorie.

Travel the road to happiness with Jorie and Lena. Two crazy old women, meddling friends, and cattitude are just some sights you’ll see along the way.

 

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Blurred Lines by KD Williamson

Our Review on TLR

Publisher Ylva Publishing

Synopsis

Kelli MacCabe is a no-nonsense detective with a tough exterior. Only a select few know her as a loyal, loving friend. Committed to her family, her friends, and her job, Kelli puts her needs behind everyone else's.

As a surgeon, Nora Whitmore is used to being in control. The hospital is her life and leaves room for little else. Respected by her colleagues, but misunderstood by the residents, Nora takes what she needs and keeps everyone at arm's length. In the process, she creates unexpected enemies.

Tragedy brings them together. As chaos grows around them, the lines between them begin to blur.

Despite being from different worlds, friendship grows between them, turning quickly to attraction. Will these two strong, independent women find a way to deal with their individual baggage? Or will they be overcome by it?

 

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Tricky Wisdom by Camryn Eyde

Our Review on TLR

Synopsis

Darcy Wright is a closeted lesbian who has been infatuated with her best friend, Taylor, since junior high. Leaving her small northeast Minnesota town for Harvard in a quest to become a doctor, she moves in with med-student Olivia Boyd, a neurotic, anal, gigantic pain in the backside. The first year of juggling medical school is gruelling, but it’s nothing compared to living with Olivia.

Coming out to her friends and family with an anti-climactic flop, Darcy uses her newly publicised sexuality to try and win Taylor’s affections through an ill-hatched scheme that crosses uncomfortable lines. The result is as unexpected to Darcy as Darcy’s affinity for medicine is to Olivia.

The first year of medical school is a nerve-wracking encounter in medicine, learning lessons the hard way, and finding what her heart desires.

 

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Camp Rewind by Meghan O’Brien

Our Review on TLR

Publisher Bold Strokes Books

Synopsis

Alice Wu is at Camp Rewind only because her therapist thinks it'll help her overcome the social anxiety she's battled since childhood. She's not sure she believes that theory, but will try anything to make a real friend. A casual fling would also be nice, but she's not holding her breath.

Rosa Salazar hopes camp will be an escape from a life permanently altered. Eviscerated online for her feminist critique of a popular video game, Rosa has endured months of anonymous threats over social media, doxxing, and, worst of all, the posting of graphic, sexually explicit material stolen from her cloud storage - including a dirty video she made for an ex. Using a fake name, she enrolls in camp craving a return to a simpler time, before the shame.

Alice and Rosa soon discover that at Camp Rewind, anything is possible. Even an unlikely friendship that swiftly becomes something more.

 

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Fire On The Ice by Tamsen Parker

Our Review on TLR

Synopsis

Welcome to the Snow and Ice Games where competition is not the only thing that is heating up! The fourth book in bestselling Tamsen Parker's romance series continues with two female skaters from opposite sides of the rink.

Blaze Bellamy is the bad girl of the short track speed skating world. Looking like a roller derby bruiser when she’s not in her Team USA uniform, she’s an unlikely American heroine. She’s got a punk attitude to match her provocative dress and her dyed hair, and she’s determined to get onto the front pages of the papers regardless of how she has to do it.

Maisy Harper is the workhorse of the Canadian women’s figure skating team. Serious, modest, and above all, polite, Maisy would prefer to win her victory on the ice rather than in the press, and is exasperated by Blaze’s antics. When she’s not lusting after her anyway. After they both failed to make the medal podium at the last Snow and Ice Games, they drowned themselves in gin—and each other.

Despite their hookup being drunken, they both harbor fond memories of their night together and are keen for a repeat. But they’ve got different ways of going about getting what they want, and Blaze’s willingness to go to any lengths for the spotlight could ruin any chance she has with Maisy.

 

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Far From Home by Lorelei Brown

Our Review on TLR

Publisher Riptide Publishing 

Synopsis

My name is Rachel. I’m straight . . . I think. I also have a mountain of student loans and a smart mouth. I wasn’t serious when I told Pari Sadashiv I’d marry her. It was only party banter! Except Pari needs a green card, and she’s willing to give me a breather from drowning in debt.

My off-the-cuff idea might not be so terrible. We get along as friends. She’s really romantically cautious, which I find heartbreaking. She deserves someone to laugh with. She’s kind. And calm. And gorgeous. A couple of years with her actually sounds pretty good. If some of Pari’s kindness and calm rubs off on me, that’d be a bonus, because I’m a mess—anorexia is not a pretty word—and my little ways of keeping control of myself, of the world, aren’t working anymore.

And if I slip up, Pari will see my cracks. Then I’ll crack. Which means I gotta get out, quick, before I fall in love with my wife.

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Flinging It by G Benson

Our Review on TLR

Publisher Ylva Publishing

Synopsis

Frazer, head midwife at a hospital in Perth, Australia, is trying to make her corner of the world a little better by starting up a programme for at-risk parents. Not everyone is excited about her ideas. Surrounded by red tape, she finally has to team up with Cora, a social worker who is married to Frazer’s boss.

Cora is starting to think her marriage is beyond saving, even if she wants to. Feeling smothered by a domineering spouse, she grabs hold of the programme and the distraction Frazer offers with both hands. Soon the two women get a little too close and find themselves in a situation they never dreamed themselves capable of: an affair.

As the two fall deeper, both are torn between their taboo romance and their morals. But walking away from each other may not be as simple as they thought.

 

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We Also Mentioned

The Three by Meghan O’Brien

Our Review on TLR

Publisher Bold Strokes Books

Synopsis

A daring, provocative exploration of love and sexuality…

 

Two lovers, Elin and Kael, struggle to survive in a post-apocalyptic world where disease, lawless marauders, and fanatics threaten their existence. When the two befriend Anna, another survivor, the fabric of their lives and the family they have made shifts in ways that challenge each woman to redefine the boundaries of love and friendship. For in order to prevail, the two must become...The Three, and ultimately Anna and Kael must find a way to save the woman they both love.

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How Lesbian Fiction Changed Lynn Ames’s Life

April 13, 2018

How Lesbian Fiction Changed Lynn Ames's Life

Les Do Books

In this episode of Les Do Books, Tara talks to Lynn Ames, prolific author of lesbian romance and romantic suspense. Lynn shares how she first discovered lesbian fiction, what it meant to her, and how it influenced her as a writer.

Check out the stories mentioned here:

Learn more about Lynn Ames

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April Shares Why She Loves Lesbian Romance

March 30, 2018

April Shares Why She Loves Lesbian Romance

Les Do Books

In this episode, Tara is joined by April, fellow reviewer at The Lesbian Review. They talk about why April loves reading lesbian romance and three of her very favourites.

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Tracey Richardson on Choosing a Setting as an Author who isn’t American

March 16, 2018

Tracey Richardson on Choosing a Setting as an Author who isn’t American

Les Do Books

In this episode of Les Do Books, Tara talks to Canadian lesfic author Tracey Richardson about how she chooses settings for her novels.

Check out the stories they discussed here:

Learn more about Tracey Richardson

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Lee Winter on What it Takes to Cross Over from Fanfic to Lesfic

March 2, 2018

Lee Winter on What it Takes to Cross Over from Fanfic to Lesfic

Les Do Books

In this episode of Les Do Books, Lee Winter joins Tara to talk about that special something that can propel fanfic authors into becoming published authors. Authors are readers too, so Tara was excited to hear about which stories Lee loves and that she thinks everyone should read.

Check out the stories she discussed here:

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Come talk to us about these 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 TheLesbianReview.com and don’t forget to send your emails, questions and more to Tara@TheLesbianReview.com.

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