It’s time I did another Kindle fiction update. Buckle your seat belts! We have some big changes this time around!
First up; this week, in highly rated lesbian fiction, we saw a long term top five book knocked completely off the top ten list. We’re saying goodbye – at least, for now – to Jericho by Ann McMan which fell all the way to number 20 by my ranking criteria. Meanwhile, the R.E. Bradshaw work, Molly: House on Fire jumped back onto the list at number nine after being gone for a couple of weeks and, also, we have a brand new book in the top 10 but, it’s really no stranger to many of you reading this. It’s book two in the “When Women Were Warriors“series by author Catherine M. Wilson, A Journey of the Heart. Book I in the series, The Warrior’s Path (free for the Kindle), has been in the top five on this list since the inception of the list back in March of this year.
There weren’t any new developments in highly rated gay fiction this week; just a bit of jockeying around from the number 5 position, on down.
Now, moving back onto the lesbian side of things, we have some brand new fiction on the “Trending Popular” list. Coming on strong at #2 on the list is The Killing Ground (A Foxx Files Thriller) by Syd Parker. At #5 we have Instigations by an author who is no stranger to this list, Kiki Archer. Archer’s first Kindle book was the very popular, But She Is My Student.
And, finally, on the gay “Trending Popular” list, as always, we have a couple of new books and, of course, as is typical, one of them jumps right onto the list at number one: Saving Sean (Seattle Stories) by author Con Riley. How do they do that?! The other comes in at number five but it’s looking like a strong romance: Ethan, Who Loved Carter by Ryan Loveless.
There are some great new Kindle books to check out this week in both lesbian fiction and gay fiction. Have at ‘em! And please, drop me a comment and let me know what you think!