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March 29 Edition: Top Sapphic Books, Nance Sparks, Guess the Author Clue #5, Freebies, and More

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We’ve made it to another Friday and it’s time to celebrate!

In today’s post you’ll find out the top 3 sapphic books with the most clicks this week. Two of the books are new releases and one is on sale!

Lesfic author Nance Sparks is our 5 Random Things peep and the facts are fantastic. TB is amazed by the egg fact.

Sapphic reader Shani shares photos of their beloved Misha who passed earlier this year. Please send healing thoughts.

Don’t forget to scroll all the way to the end of this post for good news about Thailand.

Guess the Author GraphicBefore we get to today’s Friday Feels Fun post, it’s time for Guess the Author

Every week, we’ll provide five clues about a sapphic author. This game helps readers get to know their favorite authors while having fun.

Here is today’s clue:

Clue #5: Her upcoming novel will fill you with abundant joy and put a song in your heart!

Find Clue #1 here.

Find Clue #2 here.

Find Clue #3 here.

Find Clue #4 here.

Don’t forget to check out Saturday’s post for the answer to this week’s Guess the Author game!

Now For Friday Fun!

Please remember that sale prices listed in today’s post are valid for a limited time only and may change without notice. International prices may vary. Always check the price in your local marketplace before purchasing.

Most Clicked Books:

Random Things:

5 Random Things About Nance Sparks

5 Random Things is our way of helping readers to get to know top sapphic book authors all the while having a bit of fun.

Here are five random facts about Nance Sparks.

1. I had severe lazy eye as a kid. It took two surgeries to fix it and as a result, I have no depth perception. My left eye doesn’t talk to my right eye, so they don’t look at things together. I’ve tried to get them on speaking terms, but after fifty-five years, I think that ship has sailed.

2. I was the tomboy who jumped out of trees, jump out of the loft in our barn, and ignored warnings that my knees wouldn’t last forever. Turns out the warnings were spot on. I’ve had to have both of my knees replaced. GO-GO gadget knees!

3. The Munch Burger in Appalachian Awakening is my favorite way to eat a cheeseburger. The secret is Spanish olives!

4. I have never been able to do a cart wheel. I blame the inability on my eyes and lack of depth perception, but really, I’m scared of falling and breaking my neck.

5. When we had our little hobby farm, I had a pair of emu and made a one egg quiche in a 13 x 9 pan. Yes, the egg was that big!

Have you read Appalachian Awakening yet?

Have you read Appalachian Awakening yet?


Before buying a “free” book, please ensure it’s free in your marketplace. Amazon has a habit of changing the price of permafree titles in stores outside of the US. Please know this it out of the author’s control and we are unable to check prices in all Amazon stores.

Free Books:

Pet of the Week!

In Loving Memory Misha

A few weeks ago, my beloved Misha crossed over the rainbow bridge and left me to fend by myself. I will forever love and cherish everything he taught me and the love he showed me until his very last breath. RIP my baby. This is Misha 2 days after he was found near a dumpster and 8 years later, inside his favorite bag. Submitted by Shani, a reader.


It can seem sometimes like all the news these days is bad. We won’t deny there’s a lot of troubling things going on, including a rise in hate crimes. But it’s not all terrible out there! We want to do our best to highlight good news, because while it may seem like the world is filled with hate, there are many individuals who are living their best lives with a rainbow in their heart.

This week’s good news involves Thailand.

A bill passed in Thailand’s parliament on Wednesday that could grant same-sex couples the equal legal right to marry.

The bill proposes changes to Thailand’s Civil and Commercial Code, substituting phrases such as “men and women” and “husband and wife” with “individuals” and “marriage partners,” thereby ensuring that same-sex couples are afforded identical legal rights as heterosexual couples.

Thailand is recognized for its LGBTQ+-friendly environment, with a recent poll in November indicating that 96.6% of the populace supports marriage equality.

The bill is set to proceed to the Thai Senate for likely approval before reaching the desk of King Maha Vajiralongkorn. This process may extend over several months.

Click here to read more.

That’s all for today.

Wishing all of you a wonderful Friday!

Miranda & TB

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