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thebookworm95

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About thebookworm95

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  • Birthday 01/09/1995

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  • Reading now?
    Orbs by Nicholas Sansbury Smith
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location:
    Switzerland
  • Interests
    Reading, writing, drawing. play music and an occasional evening out in a comfy pub.

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  1. Too bad. I'm still searching xD It's really frustrating. It almost drives you to write such a book yourself.
  2. Hi For a long time I have searched for romance novels (with man/women-couples), in which the story is written a "feminine" or shy man's point of view (or mostly). I personally am such a male person and would like to read something, with which I can identify myself more. But I just always find novels in which the man is the strong one, the hero, the protector, bla-bla-bla. Are there really no romance novels, which aren't containing the stereotypical Man=Strong protector/Women=Shy, seeks protection, and ALWAYS is the smaller one (even physically its always the same). I started reading LGBT romance novels (from Melissa Good and Fletcher Delancy for example), which is so much easier for me, because in man/man or women/women romance novels, it doesn't always seem to matter (well, some have still the same role allocations), which person is which type or they change roles according to current situation. Do you maybe know any man/women romance novels, with the said characters mentioned above? Thank you very much in advance. - Book Worm
  3. thebookworm95 says hello to everyone...

    Thank you very much. That's so sweet of you all
  4. ...or as we say in Switzerland "Grüezi mitenand" I was very impressed when I discovered this forum. I looked around as a guest for a while, but I just had to make an account. So, here I am. I hope, we will have a great time together and I'll try my best with my writing (english isn't my native language). For my preferences: I actually read everything, but mostly I read science fiction and fantasy books (german and english), but I really don't mind, if there's a romance involved. Occasionally I even read an auto-biography, for example "Abraham Lincoln". At the moment I'm totally fascinated by lesbian romance books, so I pracitcally "hunt my way through the lesbian-romance-book forest", as I have read 76 novels so far (shorter and longer ones). Well that's it I guess. If you have any questions, just comment here or write me Sincerely, your bookworm.
  5. Hello, who here can speak German?

    Hello Abir I come from Switzerland so my native writing language is german. I'm very new to this forum and just wanted to introduce myself in the introduction area, when I saw you're post. So, nice to meet you
  6. Hello Everyone I'm currently reading a lot of lesbian novels, but mostly, they are always about two women falling in love but only come together at the end of the book. Now I would like to read lesbian romance novels or short stories about couples, which are already in a relationship for quite some time or actually married, but their relationship has already "gone dry" but want to find to each other again. I would be very pleased if anyone would have any recommendations. I thank you in advance, your bookworm95. PS: Please excuse my english, but I'm not an "english-native-speaking" person.
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