Mother Of Souls by Heather Rose Jones

September 19, 2018

Mother Of Souls by Heather Rose Jones

Book Clips 

Welcome to Book Clips, the mini podcast where authors and narrators give you a taste of a book with a short snippet. 

In this episode we hear a reading from Mother Of Souls by Heather Rose Jones by the author

Synopsis 

At last! Return to the enchanted realm of Alpennia for the eagerly awaited sequel to Daughter of Mystery and The Mystic Marriage. 

All her life, Serafina Talarico has searched in vain for a place where she and her mystical talents belong. She never found it in Rome—the city of her birth—where her family’s Ethiopian origins marked them as immigrants. After traveling halfway across Europe to study with Alpennia’s Royal Thaumaturgist, her hopes of finding a home among Margerit Sovitre’s circle of scholars are dashed, for Serafina can perceive, but not evoke, the mystical forces of the Mysteries of the Saints and even Margerit can’t awaken her talents. 

When Serafina takes lodgings with Luzie Valorin, widowed music teacher and aspiring composer, both their lives are changed forever. Luzie’s music holds a power to rival the Mysteries, and Serafina alone has the vision to guide her talents. For sorcery threatens the fate of Alpennia—indeed of all of Europe—locking the mountains in a malevolent storm meant to change the course of history. Alpennia’s mystic protections are under attack and the key to survival may lie in the unlikeliest of places: Luzie’s ambition to write an opera on the life of the medieval philosopher Tanfrit. 

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Radclyffe Interview: the Ins & Outs of Book Promotion

September 18, 2018

This week on For Love & Money, we're honored to have Radclyffe from Bold Strokes Books as our very special guest!

She discusses:

  • The platforms Bold Strokes uses to sell their work.
  • How Bold Strokes promotes new releases.
  • Diversifying book formats to increase sales.
  • Several upcoming events that Bold Strokes is participating in!

Please check out the following links discussed on the show:

Bold Strokes Books

Radclyffe's Website

Also, we have a special study this week for those of you who live in the United Kingdom! It's to help gather information on women who have sex with women: LGBT Foundation National Survey.

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Women and Words: that episode where Jove and Ashley act like the show is a runaway train

September 16, 2018

Sept 8 - Sept 14, 2018 - Andi is off galevanting once again, leaving Jove to pretend she's in charge. She, of course, invited Ashley Bartlett to play the role of co-conspirator...er...host, and y'all can guess where it went from there. Yep, straight to hell in a hand basket. Or, rather, gaily to hell in a ecologically-friendly hybrid.

Please enjoy with our deepest and sincerest apologies. Andi will be back soon. We hope.

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LOL 😂…And Live Longer

September 16, 2018

LOL 😂And Live Longer

Coffee Break With KA & Dana: Meaningful Conversations From A Lesbian Perspective

An old Yiddish proverb says, “What soap is to the body, laughter is to the soul." In this episode, KA and Dana discuss the science behind the old adage, “laughter is the best medicine.” KA is an author of lesbian romance with degrees in counseling, psychology, and social work. Dana is an avid reader, a recovering alcoholic, a fisher-woman, and a graduate of the school of hard knocks. As co-hosts, they're quite the duo. Connect with them online at www.coffeebreakwithkaanddana.com. Follow them on Twitter at @Coffee_KA_Dana. Like them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/CoffeeBreakWithKAandDana. Music in this episode (Lucky Way) is licensed for use in various multimedia applications by Melody Loops. 

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Episode 26c - Book Appreciation with K. Aten

September 15, 2018

Book Appreciation with K. Aten

The Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast - Episode 26c

In the Book Appreciation segments, our featured authors (or your host) will talk about one or more favorite books with queer female characters in a historic setting.

In this episode Kelly Aten recommends some favorite queer historical novels:

More info

The Lesbian Historic Motif Project lives at: http://alpennia.com/lhmp

For further information on K. Aten see http://www.katen-author.com or the show notes for the previous episode of the Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast when she was interviewed.

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Roslyn Sinclair (aka Telanu) Shares 5 Devil Wears Prada Fanfic Recommendations

September 14, 2018

Roslyn Sinclair (aka Telanu) Shares 5 Devil Wears Prada Fanfic Recommendations

Les Do Books

In this episode of Les Do Books, Roslyn Sinclair is back! Not only is the author of fabulous Lily and the Crown (hellooooo, lesbian space pirates!), but she’s Telanu, author of the greatest Devil Wears Prada fanfic of all time, Truth and Measure!

Roslyn joins Tara to talk about what is the Devil Wears Prada, why she started writing fanfic about it, why it endures as a popular fandom, and shares 5 stories that she recommends.

Check out the stories that Roslyn recommends here:

Find Roslyn Sinclair online

More info

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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.

 

Lullabye (Sting) by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

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Curves Welcome - Why You Want to Rock the Boat

September 13, 2018

Curves Welcome - Why You Want to Rock the Boat

 

Healthy conflict is essential to healthy relationships. In the beginning of the coming-of-age novel, The Fiche Room, Emma Hill avoided conflict at all costs with those closest to her. She feared fighting and what it would do to her life. She didn’t want to rock the boat because by doing so, she’d have to face potential hurt, chaos, and truths that she’d kept hidden all her life.

She assumed, like many of us, that by keeping the peace, her relationships could stay healthy. Although, what she failed to understand was that by remaining amenable, she caged herself and those she loved. By stayng silent on matters that were impotant to her, she risked destroying the delicate tapestry of honesty, integrity, and trust

Silence is not the answer.

Tune in to learn how to engage in healthy conflict and enrich your relationships.

 

Show Links: 

Join my journey on Patreon and get sweet rewards: https://www.patreon.com/suziecarr

The Fiche Room: http://bit.ly/FRsuziecarr

 

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How Technology Has Changed Lesbian Fiction

September 12, 2018

How Technology Has Changed Lesbian Fiction

The Lesbian Review Podcast 

Sheena is joined by Ruth Sternglantz to talk about how technology changed lesbian fiction. Ruth is an editor of LGBT fiction for Bold Strokes Books, academic focused on medieval England, history of drama, lesbian romance and a lawyer focused on IP, torts and queerlaw.

In this episode we talk about:

  1. How the internet has revolutionised lesbian fiction
  2. Communities of interest
  3. How people talk about stories
  4. On demand
  5. The responsibility that comes with being global
  6. Technology changes have also affected plot points
  7. Why being a professional still matters

 

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If you enjoyed this show you may also love her other show on the channel – Les Talk About It (on Mondays) where she and her wife break down myths about lesbians and discuss general lesbian things.

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Riding Shotgun with DRB: NaNo is coming!

September 11, 2018

In this episode of Riding Shotgun with Dirt Road Books, our host, Jove Belle, chats with Michelle L. Teichman about NaNoWriMo. As we did last year, DRB will sponsor a writing support group for all those who want to take the challenge but would like a little company along the way. Will you join us?

Find us online!

Do you have questions about writing, editing, or publishing? Email us at admin@dirtroadbooks.com and we’ll do our best to provide an answer.

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#MeToo

September 10, 2018

#MeToo

Coffee Break With KA & Dana: Meaningful Conversations From A Lesbian Perspective

According to the USA Today, people who identify as LGBTQ are at greater risk of sexual violence. Forty-four percent of lesbians and sixty-one percent of bisexual women experience rape, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner, compared with 35 percent of heterosexual women. In this episode, KA and Dana discuss sexual assault including the prevalence of sexual assault in the lgbtq community, how to reduce risk factors, the continuum of sexuality, the #MeToo Movement, resources, and lesfic books that deal with the topic of victimization. KA is an author of lesbian romance with degrees in counseling, psychology, and social work. Dana is an avid reader, a recovering alcoholic, a fisher-woman, and a graduate of the school of hard knocks. As co-hosts, they're quite the duo. Connect with them online at www.coffeebreakwithkaanddana.com. Follow them on Twitter at @Coffee_KA_Dana. Like them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/CoffeeBreakWithKAandDana. Music in this episode (Lucky Way) is licensed for use in various multimedia applications by Melody Loops. 

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Women and Words: What’s in YOUR bucket (list)?

September 9, 2018

Women and Words Overview 1-7 September, 2018

 

Jove schooled us on the teachers’ strike happening in her district, which means a house full of kids not sure WTF to do with themselves, but fear not! It’s a teachable moment, and Jove is engaging all the youngs with why collective bargaining is important, and what it all means. Go, Jove! Also, Carsen Taite has audiobooks to give away and Clare Ashton had other forms of books to give away while R.G. is trying to empty her bucket list and do all the things. Like archery. She’s tapping her inner Katniss.

 

1 Sept.: Women and Wordster Ann Etter took a break from chasing her grandkids around to share some of the books that introduced her to F/F fiction.

  • Women and Words link HERE

 

2 Sept.: Author Clare Ashton stopped by to chat a bit about her latest book, The Goodmans. And she did a giveaway!

 

5 Sept.: Author and Women and Wordster Carsen Taite is looking for some positivity and if you leave a nice story on her blog, you’ll be considered to win one of four audiobooks she’s giving away!

 

6 Sept.: Author and Women and Wordster R.G. Emanuelle talked about her bucket lists and some of the things she’s doing to engage.

 

7 Sept.: Author and Women and Wordster Andi Marquette has a pet peeve about certain terminology and how it diminishes women.

 

Also, the Golden Crown Literary Society is currently accepting nominations for awards! Books published between January 1 and August 31, 2018! Check the deadlines page at their website.

AND BE READY! We’re gearing up for our giant-ass holiday book giveaway, The Hootenanny. We’ll be putting the entry forms up soon.

 

And the Western Women Writers of NM are holding their all-day gathering 15 September in Albuquerque. Karin Kallmaker, Anne Hillerman, Darynda Jones, and Rena Distasio! Find out more.

 

Also, the Left Coast Literary Lesbian Conference in Palm Springs is slated for 10-14 October and the keynote speaker is Dorothy Allison! Go see.

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Episode 26b: Interview with K Aten

September 8, 2018

Interview with K Aten

The Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast - Episode 26b

A series of interviews with authors of historically-based fiction featuring queer women.

In this episode we talk about

  • The setting and characters of The Arrows of Artemis
  • Moving from fanfic to original historical fiction
  • The joys and frustrations of researching ancient Greece

Publications mentioned:

More info

The Lesbian Historic Motif Project lives at: http://alpennia.com/lhmp

Website:

Twitter:

  • @WORDNRD68

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If you have questions or comments about the LHMP or these podcasts, send them to: contact@alpennia.com

No transcript is available for this episode.

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Stand Still Stay Silent

September 7, 2018

Episode 39: Webcomic Stand Still. Stay Silent 

Andi and Lise are really into the webcomic, Stand Still. Stay Silent, written and drawn by Finnish-Swedish artist Minna Sundberg. Actually, they might be complete and utter fangirls of it and it was Lise, this time, who turned Andi onto this amazing post-apocalyptic story that has elements of Nordic mythology in it. SSSS is so good that it won a Reuben in 2015 for best online comic (the Reubens are given out by the National Cartoonists Society, and it is the highest honor that the society bestows). 

From the website: 

“It's been 90 years after the end of the old world. Most of the surviving population of the Known world live in Iceland, the largest safe area in existence, while the safe settlements in the other Nordic countries; Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland, are small and scarce. 

“Countless mysterious and unspoken dangers lurk outside the safe areas, the Silent world, and hunters, mages and cleansers will spend their lives defending the settlements against the terrifying beings. Because of a great fear towards everything in the Silent world no official attempts to explore the ruins of the old have been made, and most of the information about it has turned into ancient lore, known by few. 

“But now, at last, it is time to send out an research crew into the great unknown! A poorly funded and terribly unqualified crew, but a crew nonetheless.” 

-- 

The art and story are engaging, the characterization is brilliant, and the artist brings in mythological elements and fuses them incredibly well with the larger story arcs of the post-apocalyptic theme (this apocalypse originating with a disease) and the reclamation of older, pagan traditions that provide a way to cope with and survive in new circumstances. 

Find Stand Still. Stay Silent HERE 

Find the artist, Minna Sundberg, on Twitter HERE (@SSSSComic) and HERE (@hummingfluff) 

Also, in honor of recording this podcast, Andi was drinking Einstök beer, crafted in Iceland, located 60 miles south of the Arctic Circle. In this instance, she was indulging in the Icelandic Wee Heavy. Super delish. 

AND! Find Lez Geek Out! on Twitter HERE! (@LGOPodcast) 

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How to Overcome Fear by Natalie Miller-Snell

September 6, 2018

HOW TO OVERCOME FEAR

Seize the Day Podcast

 

Welcome to Seize the Day Podcast with Natalie Miller-Snell where we explore how to seize all of the opportunities life presents us on a day by day basis, and the tools we can use to help us succeed.

 

In show four I look at how to overcome fear.  Fear can really cripple us and a lot of people are unable to do things, because of it.  I use this episode to explain how we can turn fear into confidence and action, by breaking it down into the three areas: -

 

  1. What is fear - why do we have fear?
  2. Different types of fear?
  3. How to overcome fear?

 

Seize the Day was inspired by my favourite Latin expression Carpe Diem.  I’m very much a “glass is half full” person and I’ve had some great mentors throughout my life, who have offered me invaluable guidance.  We have so many wonders at our fingertips and sometimes we just need a little help, or someone to remind us.

 

Book recommended in the show - Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway by Susan Jeffers

 

Natalie’s Contact Details

Website:  www.seizethe-day.com

Twitter: @natsnell

Email:  nataliemillersnell@gmail.com

 

 

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The Dance by Suzie Carr

September 5, 2018

The Dance by Suzie Carr

Book Clips 

Welcome to Book Clips, the mini podcast where authors and narrators give you a taste of a book with a short snippet. 

In this episode we hear a reading from The Dance by Suzie Carr by the author

Synopsis 

The Dance is a book about love, family and friendship, and learning how to dance with life's constant spin.

Dog trainer Jacky Applebaum is focused on one thing - making up for a grave misunderstanding that damaged her relationship with her 15-year-old stepdaughter, Sophie. They are suffocating under the pressure of hurt and guilt. Old wounds begin to heal between them when a spirited beekeeper named Brooke Hastings contracts Jacky to train her overly-protective dog, Bee. A mutual affinity grows instantly between them, an affinity Jacky won't allow herself to embrace. But, the heart knows what it needs. Meanwhile, Brooke hires Sophie as her assistant in the bee apiary. A trust forms, and soon Sophie begins to feel alive again as she comes face-to-face with the many parallels between her and the honeybees she nurtures.

Just as they learn to open up and dance with life again, a hurtful truth reveals itself. Will this truth set them free, or unravel all they've come to learn about life?

 

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Three Simple Steps To Better Branding

September 4, 2018
 
This week, Rae explains why branding is key for establishing yourself as an author!
 
Highlights include a bit of Rae's backstory, writing in defiance of homophobia and the Bury Your Gays trope, coming up with a tagline, and putting work that encapsulates who you are out into the world! 
 
Connect with Rae D. Magdon on TwitterTumblr, & Facebook, or consider supporting her on Patreon.
 
Her books are available on Smashwords and Amazon.
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The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*CK

September 3, 2018

The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*CK

Coffee Break With KA & Dana: Meaningful Conversations From A Lesbian Perspective

In this episode, KA and Dana discuss the New York Times bestseller, The Subtle Art of Not Giving A Fuck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living A Good Life for the least amount of time possible. After all, this is their first book club episode. When the deed is done, they discuss a wide range of topics including the scariest threats to the United States, the best lesbian movies, hot women, and stupid things couples fight about. KA is an author of lesbian romance with degrees in counseling, psychology, and social work. Dana is an avid reader, a recovering alcoholic, a fisher-woman, and a graduate of the school of hard knocks. As co-hosts, they're quite the duo. Connect with them online at www.coffeebreakwithkaanddana.com. Follow them on Twitter at @Coffee_KA_Dana. Like them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/CoffeeBreakWithKAandDana. Music in this episode (Lucky Way) is licensed for use in various multimedia applications by Melody Loops. 

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Women and Words: Writing sometimes doesn’t work, but please don’t send hit men after your editor

September 2, 2018

Women and Words Overview 25-31 August 2018

Andi and Jove experience Threefer Madness because KD Williamson blogged three times this week. YAY! Also, why the hell aren’t hearing aids covered by insurance and Andi prefers to think of a writing slump as more of a writing “hiatus,” which doesn’t sound as scary.

 

25 Aug: Women and Wordster and inveterate reader Erin Saluta brings us a Reader’s Perspective and in keeping with the back to school theme, this one deals with books that have teaching elements.

  • Women and Words link HERE

 

26 Aug.: Author Jen Silver stopped by with some thoughts on a writing hiatus she’s been on and though she’s not sure why, she’s still been busy and hoping an idea finds her soon. In the meantime, she’s giving away TWO SIGNED COPIES of her latest, Calling Home.

 

27 Aug.: Author and Women and Wordster Yvonne Heidt is doing something different, and taking us down memory lane to the 1970s with a particular movie and how it resonated with her.

 

28 Aug.: Author, herstory legend, and Women and Wordster Lee Lynch tells us about her new hearing aids, and the ramifications of not having them.

  • Women and Words link HERE
  • More about Lee Lynch here

 

29 Aug.: Author and Women and Wordster KD Williamson with some thoughts on how “lesbian fiction” might actually serve to marginalize us further.

 

30 Aug.: Author and Women and Wordster KD Williamson in the hot seat again, talking about how what some readers like in their romance books may not be what others like, and that’s just fucking fine.

 

31 Aug.: Author and Women and Wordster Andi Marquette would like to know WTAF she just read. And she asks readers, have you recently read something that left you wondering WTF you just read?

 

31 Aug.: OMG Author and Women and Wordster KD Williamson with a threefer this week! Here, she writes about hitting a rut in her fiction writing life.

 

And Dirt Road Books is getting ready for NaNoWriMo! We’ll be doing another challenge this year, so stay tuned!

 

Also, we here at Women and Words remember crime fiction-writing colleague Amanda Kyle Williams, author of the best-selling Keye Street series. Amanda died Friday morning, August 31, at the age of 61 after a long battle with endometrial cancer. If you’d like to find out more about her life and work, see this piece in the Atlanta Journal Constitution and this one in ArtsATL.

 

She will be missed.

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Episode 26a - On the Shelf September 2018

September 1, 2018

On the Shelf September 2018

The Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast - Episode 26a

Your monthly update on what the Lesbian Historic Motif Project has been doing.

In this episode we talk about

  • Recent and upcoming publications covered on the blog

    • Lemay, Helen Rodnite “Human Sexuality in Twelfth- through Fifteenth-Century Scientific Writings”
    • Janet Todd and Elizabeth Spearing Counterfeit Ladies: The Life and Death of Mary Frith, The Case of Mary Carleton
    • Charles Whibley A Book of Scoundrels
    • Nathan Field Amends for Ladies (play)
    • Thomas Middleton The Roaring Girl (play)
    • (possibly not until next month) Betty T. Bennett Mary Diana Dods: A Gentleman and a Scholar
  • This month’s essay topic: Mary Frith aka Moll Cutpurse
  • Book Shopping Results!
    • Emma Donoghue Poems Between Women: Four Centuries of Love, Romantic Friendship, and Desire
    • Domna C. Stanton The Defiant Muse: French Feminist Poems from the Middle Ages to the Present
    • Ian McCormick Secret Sexualities: A Sourcebook of 17th and 18th Century Writing
    • Huw Osborne (ed) Queer Wales: The History, Culture, and Politics of Queer Life in Wales
    • Cathryn A. Charnell-White (ed) Beirdd Ceridwen: Blodeugerdd Barddas o Ganu Menywod hyd tua 1800, Ceridwen’s Bards: a Bardic Collection of Women’s Poems to Around 1800,
    • Randolph Trumbach Sex and the Gender Revolution: Heterosexuality and the Third Gender in Enlightenment London
  • New and forthcoming fiction:
  • Announcing this month’s author guest, K. Aten
  • Ask Sappho: Jeannelle M. Ferreira on Twitter asks, “Tell us about the Daughters of Bilitis.”
  • This quarter’s audio short story will be “Peaceweaver” by Jennifer Nestojko. I also announce that the fiction series will be contining in 2019.

More info

The Lesbian Historic Motif Project lives at: http://alpennia.com/lhmp

You can follow the blog on my website (http://alpennia.com/blog) or subscribe to the RSS feed (http://alpennia.com/blog/feed/)

If you have questions or comments about the LHMP or these podcasts, send them to: contact@alpennia.com

A transcript of this episode can be found here

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7 F/F Books with Women Pretending to be Men

August 31, 2018

7 F/F Books with Women Pretending to be Men

Les Do Books

In this episode, Tara is joined by Sheena, founder of The Lesbian Review and The Lesbian Talk Show. They talk about one of Sheena’s favourite themes EVER—women pretending to be men.

You can check out the books mentioned here:

More info

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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.

 

Lullabye (Sting) by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/

 

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