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I love books. I love books of all genres, so I thought I would write a list of some of the best lesbian books for women. I have to mention that this list is not exclusive to women. I know I have some of them for men, but I am not writing this for that audience. I just thought it would be great if I could get a bunch of women to add some favorite lesbian books to their own lists.
I am on board with this. I love reading about some of the women who wrote them. I also love the power of some of the lesbian authors over their male counterparts. Whether it is the characters, or the fact that they are strong and kick ass, it is a joy for me to read.
I think the best lesbian books are written by women who are in their 30’s. I don’t know how to describe it, but it is the power and ability of the lesbian author to make a complex story come alive in a way that men just can’t. I often want to just pick up a book and read it again. I think it is a very rare thing to be able to do that.
But then again, it is also a very rare thing to find a lesbian who writes with a feminist message. That’s the reason I like lesbian authors, because they are so damn cool.
I think thats exactly what happens when you read lesbian books. The author has to be a bit crazy to write them. But the best lesbian authors are full of crazy. They are the ones who can write in a way that makes you want to jump out of your seat and run in the other direction. They are the ones who have to have the most interesting stories that you can never remember a word of.
I don’t care if you are a lesbian who writes with a feminist message or whatever. But one thing that is so important to me about lesbian authors is that they are the ones who make you feel as though you are part of a collective. They are the ones who have something special to share, and they are the ones who give you a reason to be a fan of them.
I feel as though there are a lot of new writers out there making a lot of money, and that their success is more about how many people are willing to buy their books than whether they are truly unique or interesting to read. They have all the benefits of being published in mainstream outlets, but they don’t seem to have any of the unique benefits.
But those who are willing to pay for the content, like myself, and the people who want to read what these authors have to say, are the ones who will give their money to the writers because they want to. And that’s the real value to me.
The most popular books in lesbian history were written by women. The reason is that they were written by women and women had a strong voice. These days it seems like that voice is dead. But its not. Books like this one, which are written by men, will probably never be as popular as ones written by women because the men have no voice. But the authors aren’t going to give up either.
I’m not saying this because I’m a lesbian, I’m saying this because I’m a writer. I love my art and I love being part of creating something and seeing it become a reality. Most of the time I’m just going to sit back and watch it happen and hope that it’s awesome.