Tag Archives: aromantic

Romantic Love

“Why do people prioritise romantic love,” I often see aromantic people ask, “as if all other forms of love are inferior?” As if romantic love were ever a plain choice and not a sledgehammer of narcotics and stimulants triggered by … Continue reading

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I Like It Hard – A publishing anniversary!

My novelette, I Like It Hard, was published by Less Than Three Press (who are currently having a sale to celebrate Pride month) this day last year. After her brother Dan loses in the final of the XXX-rated Reality TV … Continue reading

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The Loveless Princess

★★★★☆ Amazon.com Amazon.co.uk goodreads Less Than Three Press Lilian Bodley’s The Loveless Princess, published May 2017, is a fairytale with an aromantic heroine. A heroine who is a princess, and a princess must love her prince. Everyone knows that… Princess … Continue reading

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Aphrodite’s Loves

How could I not love Hephaestus? The singular passion of his love for me is a light that can never be extinguished. Even the goddess of love has need to be loved, and my husband’s divine heart is a wellspring … Continue reading

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An Aromantic Giveaway – I Like It Hard

My new novelette, I Like It Hard, has an official release date (8th June), and the publisher Less Than Three Press is running a giveaway on goodreads. Here is the blurb: goodreadsPREORDER from LT3 After her brother Dan loses in … Continue reading

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Limericks and Lies

A limerick written on paper Makes a merry and cute little caper But if read with a match On fire it will catch And the words will be lost in the vapour There once was a girl with no heart … Continue reading

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An aromantic fairytale

For the first time since that fateful night, Ella and the Prince stood face to face with no one to overhear or interrupt. He looked away, his cheeks red as if baked by the hot fury in her eyes. “I … Continue reading

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