Dive into this author interview, where novelist Linda Wisniewski shares writing tips, her favorite books, and how she won a loaf of bread for her writing.
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‘Where the Stork Flies’ Is a Powerful Account of Female Strength Through History
Why you should read Linda Wisniewski’s time travel novel
10 Lesbian and Bisexual Books That Made It to the Big Screen
Discover these LGBTQ+ titles that have been adapted for film if you’re looking for more queer content this Pride month.
‘The Song of Achilles’: A Rolling Review That Will Keep You on Edge
Why this Greek myth retelling with a queer romance at its core will suit any reading taste.
5 Books to Help You Celebrate This Pride Month
What better time of the year to get stuck into an LGBTQ+ book than Pride Month? Every year since 1970 — when the first ever Pride event took place in New York City — June has been a month of pride celebrations, marches, and commemorations. In 2021 a lot of events may be stalled inContinue reading “5 Books to Help You Celebrate This Pride Month”
‘Rosaline Palmer Takes the Cake’ Isn’t Just A Sugary Sweet Romance
Like a Mary Berry approved bake, there’s a bit of a kick to it.
The Vengeful and the Depraved in ‘The Dangers of Smoking in Bed’
And how it made me face my own depravity.
The Story of an Unforgettable Bisexual Icon
Why you need to read ‘The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo’.
Michael Rosen’s ‘Many Different Kinds of Love’ Is Essential Pandemic Reading
Did I really want to read about the pandemic during the pandemic? Like many, reading is an escape for me, so in the middle of a pandemic this book didn’t immediately attract me.
‘The Music of What Happens’: a Queer Love Story on How to Navigate Trauma
Bill Konigsberg’s “The Music of What Happens” is a moving and heart-breaking queer romance about the role of love in navigating trauma. You don’t have to identify with any of the characters to enjoy it and it changes a lot of perspectives on how to support someone who’s struggling.