You might have noticed that the Lesbrary now has a few ads! I’ve always been firm in not wanting to put randomly generated ads on the site that would be irrelevant at best and offensive at worst (no diet products on this site, thank you!) Recently, however, I’ve been reaching out to publishers and authors of lesbian and bi women books, and now we have ads that not only help keep the lights on, but are actually relevant to readers! I’m really happy with this development, and I wanted to thank some of the first advertisers with the Lesbrary!
You’ll be seeing a lot of Ylva Publishing! They are the top ad spot for all of 2018!
Ylva Publishing is the home of quality lesbian books. Our ever-growing catalogue of award-winning fiction includes everything from lesbian romance to mystery, erotica, and thriller.
The Year of the Knife by G.D. Penman, which also was a Sponsored Review! Check out my full review here.
Agent “Sully” Sullivan is one of the top cops in the Imperial Bureau of Investigation. A veteran witch of the British Empire who isn’t afraid to use her magical skills to crack a case. But Sully might need more than a good education and raw power to stop the string of grisly murders that have been springing up across the American Colonies. Every one of them marked by the same chilling calling card, a warning in the form of a legion of voices screaming out through the killers’ mouths: “It IS tHe YEAr oF the KNife.”
Wanderlust for Beginners by Alice Casey:
Welcome to the Moonlit Road is a joyously far-fetched fantasy novel with a queer family focus.
Ngaire and Katy settle in a small town, and set Baby plans underway. The baby daddy is Ngaire’s cousin, Nigel, a dairy-farming wizard, and when it turns out that the baby has Down Syndrome, Ngaire asks Nigel to help. He finds an old spell and consecrates an owl to the Welsh Goddess Blodeuwedd, assigning it to watch over the pregnancy and later, the child as she grows up.
My Own Human by Arizona Tape:
At only 265 years young, vampire Adrianna has her whole life ahead of herself. But instead of planning out her future, she is fascinated by Human history. So far she knows that humans were smart and resourceful, made both love and war, and are undeniably extinct. So can you imagine her surprise when she stumbles upon Heather, a young woman that loves fresh air, dances in the rain, and likes her heartbeat regular. Oh, and is as human as they come.
Travel 2000 years into the future where the vampire race has taken over our Earth. Discover with Heather who those vampires really are and exactly what they are capable of. And maybe, you might find out why they aren’t so different from us after all…
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