Co-founder and editor in chief of Less Than Three Press, LLC, a publisher of LGBTQ romance.

This blog is mostly what I get up to outside of my work at LT3, though you'll see mentions of that from time to time.

 

Body Parts All Over the Floor

(Source: rdhero)

lessthanthreepress:

PREORDER NOW: STRAIGHT TO VOICEMAIL BY JAMES L. CRAIG
You can now preorder Straight to Voicemail by James L. Craig! Save 15% and earn reward points if you order through LT3’s Book Market. Preorder is available until 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time on August 19, 2014.

Frustrated by the seeming apathy his boyfriend Rex displays whenever they’re together, Jackson demands to know how Rex really feels about him. The answer leaves him heart-broken and their relationship at an end. Distraught, Jackson turns to his friend Kyle for comfort, and finds far more than he ever expected. But just as he’s building something with Kyle, Rex returns, claiming to have finally come to his senses…

Pairing: M/M
Word count: 17,000
Price: $3.99 $3.39
Content: Contains some explicit content.

lessthanthreepress:

PREORDER NOW: STRAIGHT TO VOICEMAIL BY JAMES L. CRAIG

You can now preorder Straight to Voicemail by James L. Craig! Save 15% and earn reward points if you order through LT3’s Book Market. Preorder is available until 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time on August 19, 2014.

Frustrated by the seeming apathy his boyfriend Rex displays whenever they’re together, Jackson demands to know how Rex really feels about him. The answer leaves him heart-broken and their relationship at an end. 

Distraught, Jackson turns to his friend Kyle for comfort, and finds far more than he ever expected. But just as he’s building something with Kyle, Rex returns, claiming to have finally come to his senses…

  • Pairing: M/M
  • Word count: 17,000
  • Price: $3.99 $3.39
  • Content: Contains some explicit content.

new lgbtq women tag

novelsaboutqueerpeople:

shiraglassman:

yilduza:

desidere:

Recently yilduza has requested a tag which could be shared for all women who are attracted to other women, be they lesbians, bisexual, pan, etc - one that is shared and not already in use (e.g. #biphobia #sapphobia, #lesbophobia, etc). A tag for shared experiences which promotes solidarity and is open for all ladies interested in ladies (regardless of whether or not they have other attractions or are only interested in women.) this would absolutely be transwomen inclusive. 

this tag would be rather simply named with a fun latin combo:

di for two and femina for women 

#difemina

I think that covers it. 

this has been a collaborative effort between a number of bi and lesbian women because we’ve been wanting a collective space to discuss our issues as women who love women that’s not split, like the lesbophobia and biphobia and sapphobia tags.  this is not an attack on those tags, we merely want a more inclusive space where we can collectively discuss both our shared experiences and our different ones!

i would really, really appreciate it if anyone interested would reblog this even if you’re not lgbtq, and even if you don’t personally like us because this tag isn’t about us it’s about creating a space for our community.

in addition, a reminder that trans women who love women are welcome in this tag, so please keep your transphobic bs out of it.

non-binary people who identify with womenhood or as partially women or who are otherwise comfortable posting in a women-for-women tag are absolutely welcome as well. let’s please try and keep this a trans welcoming space!

I am excited about this.

Reblogging so I can remember to check out (and possibly use) this new tag.

lessthanthreepress:

OPEN SUBMISSIONS: CALL FOR SERIAL SUBMISSIONS

LT3 is actively seeking LGBTQ submissions for our popular serial fiction line. LT3’s serial fiction runs 4-6 stories at a time, with biweekly updates (2-3 stories update on week 1 and the other 2-3 stories update on week 2, ad nauseum). In particular, we’re looking for stories that:

  • Are at least 35,000 (ideally 50,000) word range, but no longer than 200,000 words long. (Note: fairy tale serials can be shorter; we are looking for 10k-50k length for fairy tales.)
  • Be suited to being broken down to 4,000-5,000 word sections.
  • Be extremely engaging. Serials run for months at a time and should keep the reader interested for those months.
  • Be complete. LT3 does not run incomplete stories as serials.

Stories can be any genre and any flavor of LGBTQ. Once a title finishes its serial run, it’s moved to the LT3 Book Market to be sold as an ebook (and paperback if long enough).

So what do you get for serial stories? Well, for general serial stories, you get…

  • 10% of gross subscription sales from while your serial is running. (LT3 has over 500 regular serial subscribers.)
  • Regular ebook and paperback royalties when your book is moved to the LT3 Book Market. (40% royalty through LT3, 35% through third-party distributors, 20% for paperbacks)

Fairy tale serials are slightly different, as we accept shorter stories and compile them together to sell them as an anthology once we compile enough for a print volume. (See: Fairytales Slashed.) If you’re running a fairy tale serial with us, you get:

  • One-time payment of $100
  • 5% of gross subscription sales while your fairy tale is running.
  • Author copies of the ebook and paperback versions of the anthology your book is included in.

Interested? Check out LT3’s submission page for all details, and if you’ve got any questions, don’t hesitate to drop us a line.