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Award-winning author Lois Cloarec Hart has a free collection of lesbian romantic short stories at her website. Some stories have paranormal and metaphysical overtones. You’ll find a detailed description of each story at the site. Hart has been adding stories since 2002. Swing by and check them out!
Filed in: Romance
Threading is a science fiction/romance lesbian web comic that’s updated weekly. In it, ex-girlfriends Deirdre and Nina are trying to quit a dangerous job. The author has written the script and expects the story to be longish, with minor story arcs completed every 6-8 months. If you’re looking for a series that will be around for a while, check out Threading.
FutureBody is an urban fantasy series that follows 18-year-old Psi born Zatine Tones as she attempts to discover what her life means, and how to live it, after she becomes her family’s enemy. Leila is a captive Magi synian and she sort of kidnaps Zatine, another character in the series. Leila and Zatine both have baggage to deal with while trying to figure out why the two can’t be without the other. Each installment includes discussion questions. RaSoul, the author, wants to connect with her readers. Swing by and have a read.
Prolific author Jenny Frame has added a new story to her growing body of work. Morgan’s Summer Special takes place after the turmoil of Season 2. The Morgans hope to enjoy a quieter period in their family life, but will they? Dylan and Jackson set off to the Moroccan Sahara Desert to take part in the race of their lives, with the help of their new friend Sandy and all in the aid of charity. Will they survive everything the desert has to throw at them? Or will it change their lives forever…
Read the latest installment here: Morgan’s Summer Special
Also, check out all the stories on Frame’s author page: Author Jenny Frame at the Academy of Bards
Kliff’s Edge is the home of paranormal mystery stories featuring freelance sleuth May Cliff. In When Dogs Don’t Dig, the current story, May is contacted by an animal unit to catch a dog who has evaded capture a remarkable number of times. May’s not sure whether to be insulted or amused—until she learns the dog still managed to evade dog catchers even after being hit with a lethal dose of elephant tranquilizer. Author Illise Montoya posts updates every other Saturday, so head on over and read about May’s latest case.
Link: Kliff’s Edge