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2024 IHS Reading Challenge Week 14 Giveaway

Sapphic Book Giveaway

Welcome to the 2024 IHS Reading Challenge Week 14 Sapphic eBook Giveaway! Each week as part of the I Heart SapphFic Reading Challenge, we will be holding two sapphic book giveaways with books from the current week’s categories. Authors and publishers are generously offering these eBooks as prizes, for which we are very grateful. We […]


Around the World in 80 Days Mini Reading Challenge: England

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Today’s destination is: England England, a nation steeped in rich history and cultural heritage, captivates with its blend of tradition and modernity. Nestled within the United Kingdom, it boasts iconic landmarks like Stonehenge, the city of Bath, and York Minster, which stand as testaments to its storied past. Its literary legacy is unparalleled, with figures […]


April 6 Edition: Sapphic Book News, Aunt Georgia Lee, 12 Books on Sale, Caturday, Guess the Author Reveal, and More!

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Happy weekend! Saturdays are when we curate all the sapphic book news and queer happenings of the week into one convenient location. Think of it as your personal reading directory! After all, we know the weekend is when so many of us are able to unwind for a minute and want to get lost in […]


April 5 Edition: Top Sapphic Books, Susan X Meagher, 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. All three are new releases! Lesfic author Susan X Meagher is our 5 Random Things peep and the facts are fantastic. Fact #5 breaks are reading hearts. […]


Around the World in 80 Days Mini Reading Challenge: China & Hong Kong

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Today’s destination is China & Hong Kong China, renowned for its rich cultural heritage and rapid modernization, stands as a global powerhouse, both economically and politically. With a history spanning thousands of years, China boasts a diverse landscape, from the bustling metropolises of Beijing and Shanghai to the serene countryside dotted with ancient villages and picturesque […]


Please Support Our Sponsors: April 5 Edition

Sponsor Spotlight

Creating and maintaining the I Heart SapphFic website and BookFinder (which now has more than 6,280 books!) takes a massive investment of time and monetary resources. Put simply, we wouldn’t be able to continue what we do without the fabulous authors in our community who sponsor the site by purchasing advertising. Nearly all of the […]


Author Interview: Adrian Page Chats about Woven

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Get ready to learn more about the book Woven in this discussion with sapphic author Adrian Page. Join us for an exclusive peek behind the scenes as we quiz Adrian Page about Woven, writing, reading, and more. This book is part of the Interracial Romance category in the 2024 IHS Reading Challenge. Why did you write […]


All About: Sunflower by Aricka Alexander

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Sunflower by Aricka Alexander Released: Jan 02, 2024 Genre: Contemporary Romance Why this book and why now? Last year I developed a love for flowers and understanding their meanings. I fell in love with sunflowers and what they meant. I’d only been writing YA Fiction up until that point, but I wanted to try something […]


2024 February Book of the Month Winners

Book of the Month

We’re thrilled to announce the 2024 February Book of the Month Winners! Wondering how we decide which books to feature in our Book of the Month polls? We include any book that was featured in an IHS new release newsletter during the given month. Books are eligible for our new release newsletter if they are […]


IHS Best Selling Books of March 2024

IHS Best Seller List

Let’s take a look at IHS by the numbers for March 2024! TB here. When Miranda came onboard at IHS at the end of 2020, she asked me to open up the books. I stared at her. I write books, but open up the books? That was a new phrase for me. You see, I’m […]