I am so pleased to announce that my Lesbian Pirate Adventure, Escape To Pirate Island has now reached 100 ratings on Amazon.com (well 101 now but who is counting?!?). What an achievement!
Not only is this an incredible milestone that just sounds pretty damn cool, it is also so useful to read your reviews as a way of finding out what my readers are loving, what your feedback is and to get a completely new perspective to the story.
Thank you to anyone who has taken the time to write a review or leave a rating for Escape To Pirate Island.
Not only is this a huge milestone for me, but I’ll be honest: not many books in the lesbian fiction category get to even 20 reviews. There are a lot of reasons people don’t want to or are unable to leave reviews on a book categorised as lesbian fiction. There are also a tiny number of people who seem to enjoy taking the time to leave bad reviews on books on this category simply because they are LGBT.
So any review left on a WLW book is a bit of a power move and a small act of rebellion in world where these books are still illegal in some countries. Plus the nice ones give me a warm and fuzzy feeling!
Find out what previous readers have to say about Escape To Pirate Island right here:Escape To Pirate Island, the swashbuckling and romantic Lesbian Pirate Adventure has just reached 100 Amazon.com reviews! Find out more about this thriller filled with feisty female leads right here. #lesbianfiction #20BiTeen #wlw… Click To Tweet
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About Niamh Murphy
Hi there! I’m Niamh Murphy and I’m a bestselling author of adventure books with lesbian main characters!
I tell romantic and exciting stories of gripping adventure and epic fantasy. My favourite places to explore are historical settings, science fiction landscapes, and fantasy worlds. My stories involve exciting characters such as knights, pirates, vampires, and mermaids. But I also tell more down-to-earth stories involving teenage angst, coming out, and exploring lesbian relationships for the first time.
I most enjoy rewriting fairy tales for the modern reader or re-telling mythical stories of old with a sapphic twist. But whatever the genre I choose to write in, my stories always include romance, love, and a lesbian main character.