Just below are the fiction books I have personally reviewed via posts on this site. All of the books are linked out to their reviews. From a book link perspective (the graphic of the cover and the title link), many of the books are in paperback format with some in hardcover. For those of you that have an Amazon Kindle book reader, you might want to check out the page on this site that is devoted to the current top 10 gay fiction and lesbian fiction books for the Kindle. That page will be updated at least twice per month. Many of the books below are also available for the Kindle.
Lesbian Fiction Books by Guest Bloggers:
On Monday, December 3rd, 2012 we had a guest post by lesbian fiction author, K’Anne Meinel. K’Anne’s most recent works are:
Lesbian Fiction Books I’ve Reviewed:
Valerie: Daughter of the Dragon by Robert S. Fuller Jr. Please see me January 9th, 2013 post for my review. This is a lesbian themed vampire tale. Part fantasy, part sci-fi and all fiction, it is the authors first novel. Since there’s no separate category for all things vampire, this is listed here and also under fantasy/sci-fi.
Inseparable: Desire Between Women in Literature by Emma Donoghue. No, this isn’t fiction but it’s all about women couples that appear literature with beginnings really, quite some time ago. I think this is an excellent reference. Please see my April 24th, 2012 post to find out why I think so.
On March 3rd, 2012 I reviewed the top five lesbian fiction books available for the Amazon Kindle reader as ranked by reader reviews. Please click the link to see the post.
The Well of Loneliness by Radclyffe Hall. Please see my December 29th, 2011 post about the biography of Hall by author Diana Soulhami for more information about this, the most famous/infamous of Hall’s works.
Blind Leading the Blind an Erik and Liz Mystery by Susan Landis-Steward. This is her first “book” in publication (she has a 20 year background in journalism). Please see my December 12th, 2011 post for my review.
And Playing the Role of Herself by K.E. Lane. This is her first full length novel in publication. She has written femslash under a pseudonym for quite some time. Please see my December 5th, 2011 post for my review.
Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe: A Novel by Fannie Flagg. Please see my September 26th, 2011 post for my review.
Water Mark (Micky Knight Mysteries) by J. M. Redmann. Please see my September 12th, 2011 post for my review.
Some of the works of Gerri Hall, particularly focused on her combination mystery/lesbian romance fiction. Please see my August 5th, 2011 post for my review.
The works of Jamaican born lesbian author Fiona Zedde. Please see my August 8th, 2011 post for my review.
The works of Melissa Good. Please see my July 25th, 2011 post for my review.
Hunter’s Pursuit by Kim Baldwin. This was Baldwins first published novel…only a few short years ago. She has since published many more including the very popular Elite Operatives Series. You can read my review in my Monday, May 23rd 2011 post.