Hello! I’m Leandra Vane. I’m a romance author and librarian. The Unlaced Librarian is my postage stamp of the internet where I can share my reviews of sexuality books.
I believe sexuality is an important aspect of our lives. Exploring ideas and information regarding sex helps us all make better decisions for our unique relationships, desires, and needs.
Growing up, I was offered no sex education. As a young adult, I became tired of constantly struggling with shame and fear regarding my sexuality and relationships that had resulted from this lack of education. I started reading sexuality books and grew to better understand myself, others, and the world around me. I’m a happier, healthier person because of these books.
As your friendly (and kinky) Unlaced Librarian, my mission is to hold up resources that help us all sew together our fantasies with our realities, and to do so in ways that are healthy and authentic.
Together, I hope we can all discover the ways our erotic imaginations and sexual expressions can make our lives and relationships more fulfilling.
I don’t make money from this blog. There are no ads or paid posts, and literally only one post with one affiliate link. Unless specifically noted, I buy all the books I review myself. I share sexuality book reviews so that people like me, who are untangling aspects of their sexualities or relationships, can find resources. I also hope to help libraries develop their collections in the neighborhood of 306.7 😉
If you want to support my work, please visit my lifestyle blog Needle & Bow: www.needleandbow.com There you can scroll to the very bottom of any page and find a PayPal donate button. Thank you!
You may email me at email@example.com
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Are you a real librarian?
A: I am! An actual, factual Certified Public Librarian.
Q: Do you have a disability?
A: I do. I was born with Lipomyelomeningocele. I live with nerve damage, have a bladder ileostomy, and walk with leg braces. I explore perspectives of disability often in both my fiction and non-fiction writing.
Q: What kind of a writer are you?
A: In my career I have self published romance, and my work has been traditionally published in numerous erotic romance anthologies. I have also written personal essay style non-fiction on various topics of sexuality, sociology, and relationships.
Q: Do you take proposals for book reviews?
A: If you have written a non-fiction sexuality book and would be kind enough to provide a review copy, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am currently not looking to review much fiction, but I am open to reviewing erotic/romance short story collections, any pairings.