It’s been a tough week, seems like there have been, many of those, this Summer, hot and humid, makes for low sales, and, a grumpy, sleep deprived, butch, with wonky concentration. But, I still got my looks and a rockin’ new haircut:-P The kitchen is getting a face lift, new doors, on the cabinets, and, a… Continue reading A Kallmaker to soothe the grumpy butch
I’m trying not to feel down but, I’m not really succeeding. Yesterday, I went to the Grande Bibliotheque. I visit every 3 weeks or so. I got a Henning Mankel for my mom, she loves his stuff, me? not so much. I went with my friend Sylvain he explored and so did I. I’ve already… Continue reading Finding comfort in old “Friends”
As I look over my list, I’m struck by how many of them deal with loss and grief. Lisa Shapiro’s Endless Love deals with the death of a young woman’s lover and how she climbs out of the abyss of that grief. Andrea (I’m pretty sure it’s Andrea) in the first part of the book is… Continue reading Top Lesbian Romance novels part 3
“Love, in a world where carpenters can be resurected, anything is possible” Eleanor of Aquitaine Years ago I discovered Lesbian romance novels. I had never really enjoyed romance novels I didn’t find them realistic. But, when I discovered the novels of Karin Kallmaker I didn’t really care how realistic they were, I was… Continue reading Romance, why am I so attracted to it?