On Episode 12 of The Lesbian Book Club, join me for an interview with fellow British author Jen Silver, who has so far released two books, Starting Over and Arc Over Time. Jen chats on how she’s seized the day after retiring and is now a full-time writer, with her third book The Circle Dance due out in February 2016.
Her novels centre on the lives and loves of women in their 40s and 50s, something it was important to Jen to represent: “I wanted to show that getting older can be fun and we can all grow old disgracefully!” If you’re a fan of fast-paced, witty yarns with cracking dialogue, check out Jen’s books.
As well as the interview, I also have a run-down of the Amazon lesbian fiction charts, as well as discussing book pricing issues and what she’s been up to this month. Get in touch with me and let me know who you’d like as a guest on the show: email@example.com
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On Episode 11 of The Lesbian Book Club, I have an interview with international smash-hit author Robin Alexander, whose latest books include The Trip and Next Time. Robin chats about how her close connections with her family influences her writing, her love of good humour in her books, getting into a daily writing habit and her goals for the rest of the year. Oh, and how she really wants to write a horror book!
As well as my chat with Robin, I also take a canter down the Amazon lesbian fiction charts which this month have a strangely medical leaning, as well as chatting about my summer readings, the upcoming readings in UK lesfic-land and how I’ve just completed draft one of book four. Yay! Expect it out later this year.
Welcome to episode ten of The Lesbian Book Club – yes, episode ten! I’m so enjoying doing this podcast and I hope you enjoy listening too. It’s given me the opportunity to interview some great lesfic authors, including this time around with fellow Londoner & lesbian fiction author Crin Claxton.
Crin just published her third book Death’s Doorway in June, the follow-up to The Supernatural Detective. She chats about her love of London and cooking, her butch identity, her writing process and how she plans to put out a book a year from now on.
As well as the fab chat with Crin, I also give you the low-down on the Amazon lesbian fiction charts in the UK and US, with notable books from Georgia Beers, Kiki Archer, Jade Winters, Robin Alexander and me! Plus, there’s a review of LFest, the GCLS awards and my upcoming hosting of the Brighton Pride Literature Live tent. If you’re going to Brighton Pride on August 1st, stop by and say hi!
Welcome to Episode 9! In this episode of the Lesbian Book Club, I interview international smash-hit author Jae, whose latest books include Damage Control, Next Of Kin and Under A Falling Star. Jae talks about her writing life, the psychology of being a writer, her huge catalogue of work and how she keeps writing hit after hit. A must-listen for all her fans and for any writer who wants to know more about the secret of writing success!
Plus, I also do a run-down of the Lesbian Charts in the US & UK, a recap of this year’s fantastic London Pride, as well as giving an update on my new book This London Love which is out now! Fill up your ears today!
In the latest Lesbian Book Club podcast, I get to interview international smash-hit author Eliza Lentzski of ‘Winter Jacket’ and ‘Don’t Call Me Hero’ fame. Eliza discusses living in the Milwaukee and her love of cheese, her writing journey from fanfiction to No.1 best-seller, as well as the ongoing success of her Winter Jacket series and why she owes it all to Judy Blume and Jane Austen.
I also do a run-down of the Lesbian Romance charts, speak about appearing at this year’s LFest and Brighton Pride and finally, read from my upcoming novel, This London Love.
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Episode seven of The Lesbian Book Club features an interview with Hong Kong-based lesbian fiction author Harper Bliss. We have a fab chat about her writing process, penning erotica and sex scenes, making the leap into writing full-blown novels with her international smash At The Water’s Edge, and running a publishing company with her wife, Ladylit Publishing. Harper is prolific and funny, and will make you green with envy when she reveals where she holds her business meetings!
Also this episode, I do a run-down of the Amazon Lesbian charts in the UK and the US, as well as updating you on the progress of my third book, which now has a cover and a name – it’s called This London Love and is a follow-on from London Calling. More details when I know them. Hope you enjoy the podcast!
Episode five of The Lesbian Book Club sees me having a natter with author Karen Campbell about her books so far and her busy upcoming year, where she plans to put out at least two books, possibly three. She’s a book machine! As well as chatting to Karen about her writing, ghost-hunting, football and her most annoying habits (OCD, according to her girlfriend), I also lament the anti-climax of last week’s solar eclipse and give you a run-down of what’s flying high in the US and UK Amazon Lesbian Fiction charts. Fill up your ears!
Episode Four of The Lesbian Book Club sees me interviewing author Amy Dunne about her two novels and her upcoming book The Renegade, as well as rounding up what’s moving and shaking in the Amazon Lesbian Charts. It’s a delicious aural cocktail – fill your ears today!
I’ve been a bit slack putting this one up, so apologies! Here’s my interview with US award-winning author Cindy Rizzo who talks about her writing, living in New York and why she’s gone from being self-published to signing with a publisher. Treat yourself to this podcast today, hosted and produced by My Lesbian Radio.