Join DRB for NaNoWriMo!

The NaNoWriMo challenge Can you write a novel in one month? Every November, authors all over the world come together, both physically and virtually, to meet one challenge: write a novel (defined as 50,000 words in this situation) in 30 days. On November 1, the challenge starts anew for 2017, and three of our authors... Continue Reading →

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Pride Month by Blythe Rippon

Pride Month has just ended, and it makes me wonder, what does that mean to all of you? To some LGBTQ people, Pride is filled with love and joy. It’s a chance to celebrate our community and ourselves. To others, Pride feels like a painful reminder of a bad breakup or an unsupportive family. To... Continue Reading →

Animal Rescue on a Small Island by Gill McKnight

Being a part of any community means knowing what kind of contribution you’d like to make and then taking steps to make that contribution. That is universally true, regardless of the community. With lesbian fiction, there are readers, reviewers, book sellers, libraries, authors, editors, proofreaders, graphic designers, publishers, and many many more contributing to the... Continue Reading →

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