Do you yearn for a lesbian ghost story that evokes the atmosphere of the Victorian era in England? If so, I hope you’ll be tempted by my novella, Tragedy at Bawley Bay. The story begins during a snow storm on Christmas Eve 1928, as a psychiatrist reads a recently-discovered and disturbing manuscript, written in 1866… Read More Tragedy at Bawley Bay by Elizabeth M Cox
HEY, everybody! It’s been a cray couple of weeks, as many of you know if you listened to our most recent podcast. Whew. But I did manage to catch the movie Baby Driver before I odyssey’ed to Chicago and I wanted to chat about it. Now, I’m a fan of action/adventure flicks and heck, yeah,… Read More Fangirl Friday: Baby Driver
When I first heard about a new show that was going to air that was about 3 middle-aged women and an elderly woman living together, I thought to myself, “Who the hell is going to watch that?” It was the 1980s, and youth and beauty were the thing. That’s not to say that youth and… Read More Throwback Thursday—Retro TV:The Golden Girls
My father died earlier this month. He was old, 86, but his death wasn’t expected any time soon. Before his diagnosis, he was still going to the gym several times a week, and, along with his wife, was starting a new chapter in his life. They’d just relocated to Seattle’s high-tech neighbor, Bellevue, Washington. They… Read More How I was Ambushed By Gay Pride
When I was writing The Price of Cash, I struggled a bit with finding new ways for Cash and her buddy Nate to launder money. So I did what any self-respecting author would do: I called my buddy Carsen Taite (aka whined via text until she gave up and called me. At midnight). Carsen has… Read More Be an Outlaw. Win a Book.
Having twice taken part in Jill Liddington’s Walking with Women’s Suffrage excursion through Discover Huddersfield (report from two years ago here), I decided to branch out and join her related walking tour, Suffragettes and Slaves in Halifax, organised through Calderdale Heritage Walks. As I’ve explained before, Jill is a local writer and historian who has… Read More Hidden Suffragette History in Halifax
Congratulations to Louisette Lépine and Ali Spooner, the winners of this drawing. Jen Silver is with us again! She’s celebrating the release of Running from Love by giving away two copies (ebook or paperback). Drop a comment below to enter the drawing. We’ll pick the winners on Friday July 21. Good luck! The first time someone… Read More Golf or No Golf…It’s a Love Story! by Jen Silver (plus TWO FREE books!)