Guest Post: Women’s Week in Provincetown by TB Markinson

Today’s guest post is penned by TB Markinson. Pssst, I run this website.  Before I get to my time in Ptown, check out my giveaway. One winner will receive a signed copy of Reservations of the Heart and a $50 Amazon gift card. More about it below. 

 

Women’s Week in Provincetown

The first time I heard about women’s week in Provincetown I was living in the UK, and it always worked out that I couldn’t go. For those who aren’t familiar with Ptown, it’s on Cape Cod in Massachusetts. For many years, I’d see posts on Facebook about lesfic authors and readers having a grand time, and I’m not ashamed to admit I was jealous.

Now that I’m living in Boston, I made a point of visiting during women’s week. Unfortunately, my writing schedule has been a bit insane, so I wasn’t able to go for the entire week (maybe someday), but I finally made it there for part of it.

Ptown is such a quaint little seaside town. The week is held in October, and I think that’s because during the summer, the place is packed. I’d been to the area way back in 2006, but this was my first time since then, and I’m a sucker for places like this. I think I purchased 2 or 3 T-shirts (I have a thing for touristy shirts) and fridge magnets.

While there, I popped into some Bold Strokes Books events. It’s always fun to catch up with writing friends and to make new ones.

 

And I finally got up the nerve to get my photo with Radclyffe.

All in all, I’m glad I finally carved out the time to get to Ptown during women’s week. The next LGBTQIA+ event I’m considering is Saints and Sinners in March in New Orleans. Has anyone been? Please let me know in the comments to help convince me to book flights and a hotel.

 

GIVEAWAY


To celebrate the release of my latest novel, I’ve put together a giveaway, which will include a signed copy of Reservations of the Heart and a $50 Amazon gift card.

A bit about Reservations:

When Stella and Aurora unexpectedly come together, sparks fly. Neither is looking for a relationship, but what they discover in one another is so much more than a physical connection. Can two wounded women who believe love is the last thing they want overcome their fears to find healing?

Best-selling lesbian romance author T.B. Markinson brings lesfic readers a heartwarming age-gap story about facing one’s demons to live a fuller and loving life. Grab your copy of the standalone medical romance novel that will make your heart sing.

 

MEET THE AUTHOR

 

TB Markinson is an American who’s recently returned to the US after a seven-year stint in the UK and Ireland. When she isn’t writing, she’s traveling the world, watching sports on the telly, visiting pubs in New England, or reading. Not necessarily in that order.

Her novels have hit Amazon bestseller lists for lesbian fiction and lesbian romance.

She cohosts the Lesbians Who Write Podcast with Clare Lydon. TB also runs I Heart Lesfic, a place for authors and fans of lesfic to come together to celebrate lesbian fiction.

 

CONNECT WITH TB MARKINSON

Twitter / Website / Lesbians Who Write Podcast

 

Thanks so much for stopping by today.

About TBM

TB Markinson is an American living in England. When she isn’t writing, she’s traveling the world, watching sports on the telly, visiting pubs, or reading. Not necessarily in that order.
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1 Response to Guest Post: Women’s Week in Provincetown by TB Markinson

  1. Toni W. says:

    Women’s Week is one of my all time favorite events. We were not able to make it this year and I was so disappointed. I do the eBooks for BSB so I would have definitely run in to you at the events. I hope you make it back next year because I would love to meet you in person. I have spent the last few weeks reading your stories and it has been an enjoyable few weeks. I started A Conflicted Woman today within minutes of finishing A Family Woman. I am so glad that I discovered your work.

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