Second Helpings, Read These Lips:Volume 2

It’s here!

Second Helpings from ReadTheseLips.com arrives with more stories and an expanded scope. In our new anthology, incredibly talented writers explore what it means to be lesbian and, in so doing, add definition to our lives and loves.

Please welcome in Second Helpings the enduring pens of Lee Lynch and Marianne K. Martin; the award-winning insights of Nicola Griffith, Susan Hawthorne and Ruthann Robson; the dynamic voices of Erin Davies and Lorenza Martelli; and the diverse contemporary adult fiction of Ovidia Yu, Fran Walker, Stacia Seaman, Lois Cloarec Hart, Robin Alexander, Fletcher DeLancey, Jac Hills and C.C. Saint-Clair.

Second Helpings is now available to download from ReadTheseLips.com.

But wait, there’s more!

To celebrate the release of Second Helpings, we are giving away a free e-book courtesy of Spinifex Press! All you have to do is send us a picture of Second Helpings in a funny or unusual location. (Nothing dangerous or X-rated please, as the winning pic will be posted on our blog.)

Click this link to view Spinifex Press’s range of e-books http://www.spinifexpress.com.au/ebooks.php

Send us your picture and your contact details by 31 July in an email to info@readtheselips.com, with the subject line: Photo contest. One picture per entrant.

The winner will be announced the week after.

Enjoy the book.

Evecho and Linda Lorenzo, Editors.

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8 Responses

  1. I’m so looking forward to this. RTL is a fantastic idea, collection, and gift to lesbian readers. A big thank you to the team for putting it together. I know it takes a lot of work but it looks excellent, guys.

  2. Thank you, Gill. You helped to make our first anthology a success. I hope you enjoy this one as much.

    Evecho

  3. Lee Lynch’s story is awesomeawesomeawesomeawesome. ::fangirl swoon::

  4. Do write to Lee :)

    Evecho

  5. I can’t find her email address on her webpage! :-( Can you please pass on to her my sentiments — that her story was so amazingly awesome I read it three times without stopping, and that I want to write like her when I grow up?

  6. Sehr wertvolle Informationen! Empfehlen!

  7. Gut, Sie zu kennen fand es nützlich. Danke.

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