Queer SciFi and Fantasy: The Forgotten L in LGBT!

So someone recently questioned the availability of F/F (female-female) books in the Queer SciFi facebook group I am a member of. Seriously! In a queer group?

Now admittedly, there is not as much as M/F or even M/M but it is out there. According to my Goodreads account I have personally read 160 F/F books in the last year, not all scifi and fantasy admittedly, but even so. Here is the list of the 30 or so that were:

SciFi

Pitfall: A Jurassic Romantic Adventure by Kelli Jae Baeli
The Hystery App by V.T. Davy
The Lost Girls (Dark Earth) by Jason Halstead
Hellcat’s Bounty by Renae Jones
Hand of Prophecy by Severna Park
Deep Deception by Cathy Pegau
Becoming Clissine by Anastasia Vitsky
Shadows of Aggar (Amazons of Aggar, #1) by Chris Anne Wolfe
Fires of Aggar (Amazons of Aggar, #2) by Chris Anne Wolfe

Fantasy

Everlasting by Mavis Applewater
My Lady King by Kayla Bashe
The General’s Choice (The Sangrian Tiger’s Tale Book 2) by Stardawn Cabot
A Knight to Remember (The Knight Legends, #1) by Bridget Essex
We Will Hunt Together by J. Hepburn
The Heralds of Valdemar by Mercedes Lackey
Doira’Liim (The Beautiful Whisper of the Goddess Saga, #1) by Krystal Orr
Failira, the Tahlet Vahllah (The Beautiful Whisper of the Goddess Saga, #2) by Krystal Orr
Lesbia Chronicles: Over Witch’s Knee by Ther Renard
Taliasman by Anastasia Vitsky

Paranormal

Ylva the She Wolf by Elle Anor
A Wolf for the Holidays by Bridget Essex
Iron & Velvet (Kate Kane, Paranormal Investigator, #1) by Alexis Hall
Keepers of the Cave by Gerri Hill
Weeping Walls by Gerri Hill
Second Nature by Jae
Ambereye (Garoul, #2) by Gill McKnight
Fallen Elements by Heather McVea
Under the Midnight Cloak by S.Y. Thompson
The Witches Of Wolverton by Emma Wulfstan

If anyone knows of any other scifi/fantasy books with F/F pairings or just strong female protagonists with no romance then let me know.

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11 thoughts on “Queer SciFi and Fantasy: The Forgotten L in LGBT!

  1. Mine is a short story collection, with steampunk, fantasy and SF. Adventuresses has truckers and homesteaders, gunslingers and gun runners, airship pirates and doctors, not to mention Medusa herself.

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  3. How about The Caphenon? It’s a pure science fiction story including first contact, cultural differences, alien invasion, empathy, and three women (two of whom are partners) who end up on opposite sides of a conflict — and must choose between doing the right thing or doing the necessary thing. (Disclaimer: I’m the author, so of course I think it’s a high quality story, but 31 five-star reviews on the Amazon US store, plus more in the Canada, UK, German and Australia stores are a good backup!)

    Note: Two sequels to this story, which together make up an epic F/F romance, are being published this fall.

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