Lesbian Fiction: Best Books Of 2016

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Now is a fabulous time to be reading lesbian fiction: fact. Why? Because never before has there been such variety in the genre, such a wealth of titles to serve every possible niche. Romance, fantasy, sci-fi, western, horror, paranormal, mystery, thriller, rom-com – it’s all here! Just take your pick and settle back. To that end, I thought I’d pick my top five lesfic books I’ve read this year. They include romance, drama and mystery, which is not a bad spectrum for five books. So step this way as I tell you what I loved and why…
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Nothing To Lose: Runner-Up in Rainbow Awards!

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It was awesome to wake up to the news this morning that my novel, Nothing To Lose, had scored a Runner-Up spot in the Rainbow Awards 2016, in the category of Best Contemporary Lesbian Romance! I loved writing this book, so I’m thrilled that readers connected with it so brilliantly too.

If you’d like to read the full list of winners and runners-up, click here for more. The winner was Clare Ashton’s Poppy Jenkins, which was thoroughly deserved – it was one of my favourite lesfic books of 2016.

Well done to all the finalists, runners-up and the winners!

The Lesbian Book Club With Clare Ashton

Welcome to episode 22 of the Lesbian Book Club! This month , I interview award-winning author & all-round good egg Clare Ashton, best known for the award-winning After Mrs Hamilton, as well as her rom-coms That Certain Something and Poppy Jenkins.

Clare talks about her writing process, writing about her beloved Wales, finding new words to describe breasts for her boob-obsessed character, Poppy Jenkins, and running the popular UK Lesfic blog.

As usual, I also do a run-down of the Amazon Lesbian Fiction charts in the US & UK, as well as talking about the latest in my All I Want series: All I Want For Autumn is with my editor, readying for release on Sept 21st! Get in touch and let me know who you’d like on the podcast!

The Lesbian Bookclub is part of The Lesbian Lounge podcast, available on iTunes and Stitcher.