Akumu Love Panic! is a horror-romance series inspired by Japanese anime and extreme Asian cinema. Amaya Alastor is the new gaijin in Tokyo after an incident in America sends her packing. After all she’s been through, she just wants to keep her head down and focus on school like any other sixteen-year-old. Enter Haruko, a strange but enthralling young Japanese girl who immediately takes to Amaya. The two quickly bond, only to have their new friendship challenged by the inexplicable. For their new love to survive, they will both have to face the dark things they have been running from. Between demons and ghosts, family and friends, and love and BDSM, getting through school will be the least of Amaya’s problems… Drop by and check out this new series by the author of Eikasia.
A Lesbian Kiss 2 Desire features the work of akiss2desire, a “Bible Belt Blogging Bi Big Beautiful Babe.” You’ll find erotic short stories and poetry. Check the sidebar for the stories (under Best Of and the Archives). If you’re looking to read something hot, this is the place to visit!
Link: A Lesbian Kiss 2 Desire
Filed in: Erotica
clom n’ dev’s features a large collection of South of Nowhere fan fiction, rated from Universal to NSFW (Not Safe For Work). You’ll find serials and standalone stories. If you’re not a fan of South of Nowhere or you’re in the mood for something else, check out the recently added original fiction section. This frequently updated site has a lot to offer. Swing by and have a look.
Link: clom n’ dev’s
Author DS Bauden’s web site has much to offer the lesbian fiction fan. If you’re in the mood for a short story, visit her Original Fiction page. The Xena Stuff page will satisfy those looking for fan fiction. Feel like reading a novel? All of Bauden’s published novels are available online from her Published Works page. Bauden’s site has something for everyone and is well worth a visit.
Salty’s Poetic Tales features the poetry and fiction of the prolific poetess, Salty. Her blog invites you “to view some of what’s in my heart & head.” You’ll find five collections of poetry and several short stories, with more to come. If you enjoy reading fare that’s a bit on the salty side, check out her site.
Link: Salty’s Poetic Tales