After sharing her fiction online to fans, S Derkins is now releasing her epic lesbian series, ‘The Mother Earth Series’, on Amazon.
Other titles include Pathfinder’s Journey, Diplomacy, Choices, People of Stones, but the best place to start on this fantastical journey is with Books 1-3 available now as ‘And A Door Opened’.
Cierra White, granddaughter to a Native American shaman found herself in a pickle. How in the world did she find herself on an alternative Earth with no people? She managed to find her way back home only to be rushed into building a colony with all her zany lesbian friends and a large group of Native Americans came along for the ride. This series will cover eight books.After sharing her fiction online to fans, @ffhobbes is now releasing her epic lesbian series, 'The Mother Earth Series', on Amazon. Click To Tweet
“I have written lesbian romance/sci-fi/fantasy for about thirteen years now. During that time my fiction was free to over 450,000 visitors to read. Then my web host provider’s servers crashed and burned and has not gone back up. So now I am slowly submitting my fiction to Amazon.” – S Derkins
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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.
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