Monthly Archives: April 2017

Welcome Lammy Nominee TL Hart and FREE EBOOK!

Women and Words

Happy second Monday of the month, all! TL Hart”s first lesfic mystery is Walk-in, published by Bella Books. It’s a Lambda Literary Award nominee, WOOT WOOT!!!!!!

Man, I love that cover! Anyway, after a fun conversation with TL on facebook regarding potential travel to the Lammy award ceremony (we are both finalists in the Lesbian Mystery category), I decided this woman was entirely too fun to keep to myself. So I sat down with her and we chatted about books, caffeine, ghosts, and muses. Drop a comment and you’ll be entered to win a free ebook of Walk-In! I’ll leave comments open for about ten days and then draw for the lucky winner! So, onward and upward! Here we go!

Tell us a bit about yourself and how you became interested in writing!

I started writing at about ten—some story about nurses that made it to 30 pages. I knew it was drivel…

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Fangirl Friday: Lost Girl, Season 1

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HEY, everybody! Hope you’ve had a great week!

Me, I was on the road until Tuesday evening. The weather was kind of crappy where I was, so I convinced fellow Women and Wordster R.G. Emanuelle to watch some Lost Girl with me (available on Netflix), and we ended up bingeing the first season. R.G.’s new to Lost Girl; for me, it was the second time on this season, though I’ve seen some episodes more than twice.

For those not in the know, Canadian paranormal series Lost Girl launched in 2010, created by writer and producer Michelle Lovretta (who is also responsible for the ongoing space opera Killjoys). The series and some of its actors wracked up several awards and nominations over the six years that it ran.

The series ended in 2016, which means you can get caught up at your leisure without worrying that more and more…

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