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Trans fiction authors that I've read. (mostly MtF, sorry)  All available

on Amazon.  Who knows, maybe some of the authors are here.

 

TG = Trans Girl

hetero TG = Trans Girl attracted to boys

lesbian TG = Trans Girl attracted to girls

YA = Young Adult

 

First, kid friendly:  Zoe Talor.  Karin Bishop's YA books.
Arguably Alecia Snowfall.

 

Tanya Allan: hetero TG -- my age.  a variety of plots.
Married, then came out late in life and writes hetero TG
fiction

 

Jenny Walker:  hetero TG -- I absolutely loved "No Half Measures"

 

Karin Bishop: hetero TG -- some YA and some adult TG
literature.  The ones I like best are "Fool Moon" and "On
the Road - Again".  The YA novels are decent, but a repeat
of the same story over and over.  I guess I like "Fashion
Class" best of that lot.

 

Monique S: lesbian TG -- age 67, wrote an apparent slightly
fictionalized memoir of being trans in London in the 80's

 

Daring Diane: writing about keeping male identity and being
heterosexual, but cross dressing and living as a girl/woman.
Annoyingly close to my mentality, because I don't want to be
that male, but I kind of am.  I would push the Red Button to
be a real woman instantly.  She seems to indicate to us that
she would not.

 

Zoe Talor:  lesbian TG -- YA, very cute, very comforting to
read.  All the right advice.

 

N. L. Paradox: hetero TG -- Hold on to your
hats.  I've only read one by her, "Prom Changed Everything".
It was beyond excellent, but very difficult.  You can start
at chapter 3 if you don't want to be shredded by a rape
scene in chapters 1 & 2.  The rest is about recovery and
PTSD and a service dog.  I dissociated and read from the
beginning but I didn't like reading 1 & 2.

 

Alecia Snowfall: hetero TG -- "The Station's Late Nite
Princess" Totally awesome.  YA setting, but some very dark
assaults.

 

Savannah Maun: lesbian TG -- I loved everything by her.
"Who the Hell am I?" is an intersex MC raised as a boy, but
was a girl inside.  I personally know someone with this
exact life story.

 

There are some other authors on Amazon.  I'm only including
authors for whom I have completed reading at least one novel.

 

Chelsea M. Cameron gets a special mention because her
December 2019 novel, "Christmas Inn Maine" had a main
character who had a female body and is "girl-adjacent" with
gender dysphoria sometimes.  Then the author comes out in
the epilogue as being girl-adjacent.

 

There is an adult transgender fiction site -- site is not
all or even mostly porn, just intended for adults. Some of
the authors listed above are available for free on the site:

 

https://bigclosetr.us/topshelf/index.php

 

 

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