I'm a big fan of crime and mystery fiction myself, and don't read much beside that, history, and occasionally literature. Lots of people around these parts seem to enjoy romance or fantasy. What are your favorites?
hmmmmm ..... I keep my LGBT novels in separate collections from my regular fiction but that's mostly because I want to find them easily when I'm in the mood to hang out with my own peeps.JRTomlin said:And I love novels with LGBT protagonists which some people consider a separate genre. I don't, but that depends on how you look at it. There are, for example, some extremely good mysteries with gay/lesbian protagonists.
I hate to speak from ignorance (not that it ever stops me), but I can imagine that some LGBT fiction would appeal mainly to LGBT people themselves, while other stories would find a larger audience. As I mentioned in another thread, Joseph Hansen's mysteries featuring gay detective Dave Brandstetter were widely read and admired among fans of private eye fiction.JRTomlin said:And I love novels with LGBT protagonists which some people consider a separate genre. I don't, but that depends on how you look at it.