Lesbian Fiction from Bella Books
My first novel, Solstice, was released by Bella Books in March 2010. My second Bella novel, Leaving L.A., released in January 2011. My third novel, Beautiful Game, came out in July 2011, while my fourth Bella title, In the Company of Women, released in June 2015. To read more about these books, view book trailers, or sample first chapters, visit my website, www.katejchristie.com.
Fiction from Second Growth Books
In 2012, I decided to join the digital revolution and release my own books in eBook and paperback, under the imprint Second Growth Books. My first offering is Gay Pride & Prejudice (March 2012), a queer variation on the Jane Austen original. My second release is Family Jewels (October 2012), a contemporary novel about a father and daughter in Ann Arbor, Michigan, trying to repair their fractured relationship. My third Second Growth title is Flight (December 2013), another contemporary title about loss and moving on. And Training Ground, my latest release (June 2016) and the first in the series Girls of Summer, returns to my soccer story roots. But because I wrote it, there’s plenty of angst along the way to an eventual–as in, perhaps in a later book?–happy ending.
The first few chapters of each novel are available in PDF format on my website, www.katejchristie.com, along with blurbs, trailers, and purchasing options.
eBooks & Paperbacks Available
All of my books are available in Kindle and paperback format on Amazon.com, and in Nook format from Barnes and Noble. Second Growth books are available on Amazon.com in paperback and Kindle; on B&N in Nook; and from my website in paperback and eBook (Kindle and ePub/ Nook) formats–visit the individual book page for purchasing options. If you buy my book(s) directly from me, I earn a substantially higher profit, so I thank you for considering this option.
The novels published by Bella are also available in paperback and eBook format directly from the publisher’s website, BellaBooks.com. Bella Books produces eBooks in industry-standard formats that work on Kindle, Nook, Sony and many other e-reader devices. I encourage you to consider eBooks–they’re immediately downloadable (instant gratification), save on printing and shipping costs, and, perhaps most importantly (to me), save trees.