M. Hollis

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Writer of sapphic stories.

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M. Hollis I have a long list of f/f ships I love because I'm so easy to please haha But if we are limiting ourselves to books Tamras and Maara from the trilogy …moreI have a long list of f/f ships I love because I'm so easy to please haha But if we are limiting ourselves to books Tamras and Maara from the trilogy When Women Were Warriors were the couple that most impressed me with the development of their relationship. They have a really nice slow burn that grows into a beautiful love and this story will always be close to my heart.(less)
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“most people just consider her to be a twenty-one-year-old girl without a major, a partner, or any life plans. People keep trying to force this idea on her that if she doesn’t get her life together before her thirties, she will be useless to the world.”
M. Hollis, The Melody of You and Me

“So you don’t like it… at all?” Lost”
M. Hollis, The Paths We Choose

“But she still found a lot of these stories incredibly tedious. Many were about men rescuing women, or women falling in love with men in ways she couldn’t relate to. She couldn’t see herself ever falling for a man—but that’s how all the stories went, if they had love in them at all. Every single one. Was there something wrong with her?”
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