Gerri Hill has nearly forty published works, including the recent GCLS winners The Neighbor, Paradox Valley and The Midnight Moon. In addition, Devil’s Rock, Hell’s Highway and Snow Falls have all won Goldies, along with the 2009 GCLS winner Partners, the last book in the popular Hunter Series, as well as the 2013 Lambda finalist At Seventeen.
Gerri lives in south-central Texas, only a few hours from the Gulf Coast, a place that has inspired many of her books. With her partner, Diane, they share their life with two Australian Shepherd’s—Casey and Cooper—and a couple of furry felines.
Lambda Literary Awards
Gerri Hill: Multiple finalist for Lambda Literary Awards in categories of Lesbian Romance and Lesbian Mystery.
GCLS Goldie Awards
The Neighbor, Winner, Contemporary Romance: Short Novels.
The Secret Pond, Finalist, Contemporary Romance: Long Novels.
Snow Falls, Winner, Traditional Contemporary Romance.
The Scorpion, Winner, Romantic Suspense/Intrigue/Thriller.
Paradox Valley, Winner, Science Fiction/Fantasy.
Partners, Winner, Romantic Suspense/Intrigue/Adventure.
Devil’s Rock, Winner, Romantic Suspense/Intrigue/Adventure.
Hell’s Highway, Winner, Mystery/Thriller.
Pelican’s Landing, Finalist, Traditional Contemporary Romance.
Angel Fire, Finalist, Lesbian Mystery/Thriller.
The Midnight Moon, Winner, Lesbian Traditional Contemporary Romance.
After the Summer Rain, Winner, Contemporary Romance: Mid-Length Novels.
The Stars at Night, Finalist, Contemporary Romance: Long Novels.
Gillette Park, Winner, Paranormal/Occult/Horror.
Red Tide at Heron Bay, Finalist, Romantic Blend.
The Great Charade, Finalist, Contemporary Romance: Short Novels.
Gerri Hill: Snow Falls, Devil’s Rock and multiple other novels winners in categories of Lesbian Romance, Lesbian Mystery and Lesbian Romance/Intrigue, with additional shortlisted works.
Alice B Readers Appreciation Committee
Gerri Hill: Medalist, for her body of work
Lesbian Fiction Readers Choice Awards
Gerri Hill: Favorite Lesbian Author
Gerri, on Writing
“I find I’m much more interested in creating new stories instead of revisiting old ones. In writing these stories, I’m not really trying to them into a particular genre. I try to create real, interesting characters and put them in real, but interesting situations… I simply write the kinds of stories I enjoy reading.
There’s no greater feeling than seeing that first book in print, touching it, opening the cover and reading the words you’ve written, wondering if anyone out there will like what you’ve written! If you have a love of writing and your goal is to get published, my advice is simple. Don’t give up.”