#GLBT author websites to visit… @erinmleaf, @jl_langley, @wittauthor, @PopessAllyBlue, @longshotauthor, etc. @kobo

It’s finally January. And at least where I am in Canada, it’s also bitter cold. Or was,and will likely be again. That’s the way of winter, isn’t? So while you’re sipping your hot chocolate, I have a few websites you should visit!

1. Erin M. Leaf

Erin get’s top spot, because she links to Kobo on her website. Anyone who reads my blog and/or follows me on Twitter knows I am a huge Kobo fan, and I am loyal to any author who links to them. It also helps that Erin is a really great author, with a unique style, and is so creative, she could write this blog article a lot better than I can. Alas, I shall stumble through.

2. Brandon Witt

The. Witty. Hour. (It’s not really an hour.)

This author’s self-styled “infomercial” is hilarious! It’s better than Comedy Central. He’s funny, sarcastic, witty, and all sorts of things thrown together. And his books aren’t half bad either. (Except for keeping Finn and Brett apart.) Did I mention that he’s hot? Yeah, that alone makes it worth watching The Witty Hour.

3. J.L Langley

I’ve written about JL Before, and reviewed some of her books. At the end of the day, her Sci-Regency series is my most favourite books of all time! I CANNOT wait for the next installment.

4. T.C. Blue

Farmingdale Gentleman’s Club. As far as I am concerned, it’s right up there with J.L’s Sci-Regency series. It’s amazing. Well written, and worth reading over and over!

5. Ally Blue

Ally is the first GLBT author I’ve ever read. She still holds a special place in my heart for that reason.

6. Honourable mention: Jim Butcher

Jim isn’t a GLBT author, although I wish he was. But he makes the list for his Codex Alera series. This is simply an amazing series I will read over, and over again. I hope there will be more books to come!

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