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Sapphire Books is the Gem in Lesbian Literature.

Sapphire Books Publishing, the gem in lesbian publishing was founded by Christine Svendsen in 2010. We produce and publish fiction, non-fiction and biographical lesbian literary works of art.

Sapphire Books is dedicated to quality outcomes that respectfully reflect the lives of the lesbian community. We publish and promote lesbian literature that embraces and reflects those diverse experiences. We value diversity of stories, experiences, and celebrate those diversities through lesbian literature.

We also believe in connecting our fans and Sapphire family to the greater community by building strong parterships within the world of lesbian business, travel, and entertainment.

Our print books are conventionally produced and currently available worldwide through our website, Amazon, and Ingram. Our titles are also available in both print and digital form and sold through our website, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other third party retailers. We offer all of our titles with a shorter production cycle to meet the demands of the print and eBook market.


Sallyanne Monti

Business Development

& Partnerships

Nikki Busch

Book Editor

Kaycee Hawn

Book Editor

LJ Reynolds

Graphic Designer/Layout

Connie Ward

Author Liaison



Unique Stories About Lesbian Life

Sapphire Books was founded in a single mission: to publish stories that accurately and respectfully reflect the diverse lives of the lesbian community.

Lesbian Authors United

Certainly non-lesbian writers can craft authentic stories, but our community has been historically under-represented and we believe in offering opportunities specifically for lesbians.

The Sapphire Family

Our authors live all across the country but we are truly a family. We share insights, cross-promote one another's work, and strive every day to raise the bar of lesbian literature.