Last week, I shared what’s been happening in my world in terms of the business of publishing. This week, I think it’s time to talk about the writing part of my writerly life. Y’all may be wondering where my book release for 2015 is.
Sadly, I don’t have one.
But I did write a few short stories and I was lucky enough to have them included in a few anthologies. Details on all that is at the end of this blog entry.
This upcoming year is a different story. I’ve been storing up ideas in my brain and they are pouring out now. I’ve got four separate releases scheduled for 2016. I need to wait a bit before I can share the details, but I should be able to talk more about the first one early next month. Until then, click one of the buy links below and pick up an anthology.
Do You Feel What I Feel
This Thing by Jove Belle
Twelve lesbian fiction authors bring you a heartwarming collection of holiday-themed short stories.
From a tattoo artist hiding an origami angel in her lover’s desk to a seventy-year-old woman hesitating to accompany her partner to a family celebration on the first night of Hanukkah, this anthology will delight you with romantic holiday moments.
Tales of the Grimoire
Rise and Shine by Jove Belle
On a dark and stormy night a coven of writers gathers to spellcheck under a hallowed moon. The result is a bubbling cauldron of fear, suspense, and absolute sexiness.
From the ghostly seduction of a Victorian governess, to vampires in the substance abuse clinic, with witchery in the coffee house, and cannibalism in the kitchen, this selection of stories is dark, damning, and terrifyingly erotic.
To be read by candlelight, and never alone!
Thunder of War, Lightning of Desire: Lesbian Military Historical Erotica
Moment of Peace by Jove Belle
More than six hundred women most likely many more passed as men to fight in the American Civil War, and that’s not counting the nurses and spies. In WWI women served as nurses and ambulance drivers, and in Russia Maria Boskareva’s Women’s Battalion of Death was not the only group of female fighters. By WWII women were ferrying fighter planes in the US and the UK, and in Russia the ”Night Witches” flew bombers. For the nurses and WACs in the Korean and Vietnam Wars the front lines were everywhere, and the ”long-haired army” on the Viet Cong side fought at least as fiercely as any men.