Your Gay Winter Book Guide: Books By and About Lesbians

 
 

Winter might be wrapping up, but there’s still plenty of time to read some of these heartwarming books that have come out between December up through the end of this month.

Who wrote it: Chicago memoirist Dawn Mueller

Why you should read it: It’s one of the most frank narrations on exploring sexuality and the single lesbian scene you’ll ever read.

Who will like it: Lesbians who have a sense of humor, Craigslist perusers, serial monogamists looking for a change, single gay ladies, reformed alcoholics.

Who wrote it: Famed reality TV stylist Tabatha Coffey

Why you should read it: It’s half-memoir and half-style guide.

Who will like it: Bravo TV watchers, Aussies, small business owners, stylish lesbians, women who enjoy tough love.

Who wrote it: Author Erin McHugh

Why you should read it: It’s an inspiring look at the lives of public lesbian personalities who are successful and out about their sexuality.

Who will like it: Professional gay women, young lesbians looking for role models, people who like coffee table books and pretty pictures.

Who wrote it: Best-selling novelist Jodi Picoult

Why you should read it: It’s a gripping story about a music therapist who gets divorced, falls for a woman and gets into a legal battle with her ex-husband over her frozen embyros. It’s political in a pleasing way.

Who will like it: Late in life lesbians, politicos, activists, aspiring mothers, fans of My Sister’s Keeper, music fans.

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