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Review: Separate Natures – Gordon Phillips

Separate Natures - Gordon Phillips - Still the Beating Heart

Genre: Paranormal, Erotic LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Ulysses, Paranormal Romance Guild Get It On Amazon About The Book Garner returns from a trip home, a time-out in which to consider the offer made to him by the love of his life Alonzo, to undergo the Change and become a Vee like him. Garner has made his choice, to accept the offer, but he discovers Alonzo is missing. Garner is staggered, realizing he doesn’t even know where Alonzo lives. He must seek him through his own abilities, being a sensitive, gifted with ESP powers. He discovers Alonzo is being held somewhere in the city, possibly by an unknown entity residing in… Continue Reading Review: Separate Natures – Gordon Phillips

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Review: Call to Love – Gordon Phillips

Call to Love - Gordon Phillips

Genre: Contemporary LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Ulysses, Paranormal Romance Guild Get It On Amazon About The Book Garner is working as a waiter at an upscale restaurant with a growing attraction to a man named Alonzo, who always asks to be put in his section for dinner. One night after work, the man is assaulted while trailing Garner. Garner goes to his aid, but is shot for his trouble. Taking time off from work to recover, Garner is resting on a park bench when Alonzo suddenly appears at the other end of the bench. Garner never saw him approach. He asks why Alonzo is trailing him. After some hesitation, Alonzo… Continue Reading Review: Call to Love – Gordon Phillips

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Triple Review: Flawless – J. Scott Coatsworth

Flawless - J. Scott Catsworth

Genre: Sci-Fi, Drag LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewers: Ulysses (PRG), Linda (PRG), Maryann Get It On Amazon | Universal Buy Link About The Book In Space, No One Can Hear You Sing … Grayson Eck’s life is a drag, in all the best possible ways. He’s perfectly happy working in the belt alone as a wildcatter, prospecting asteroids by … well, not exactly by day. At night, he transforms into the Inner System’s most famous Valeriana Storm — a secret identity that even his closest friends and family don’t know about. When someone tries to steal one of Greyson’s mining scores, he has half a mind to just toss the guy… Continue Reading Triple Review: Flawless – J. Scott Coatsworth

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Triple Review: Liberty – Alexandra Caluen

Liberty - Alexandra Caluen

Genre: Contemporary LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewers: Jay, Tony, Ulysses (PRG) Get It On Amazon | Publisher About The Book John Hancock Darrow left his North Carolina hometown after college. The only reason he’s there twenty-eight years later is to deal with estate business when his mother and sister are killed in an automobile crash. The realtor he chooses to list his mother’s B&B can’t make that hurt less, but he can help John forget it for a while. Small-town, self-employed, multiple job holding Daniel Washburn doesn’t expect more than after-dinner sex with the big-city lawyer. When the man turns up at the local ballroom studio a few days later, Daniel’s… Continue Reading Triple Review: Liberty – Alexandra Caluen

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Review: Hooch and Howl – Karenna Colcroft

Hooch and Howls - Karenna Colcroft

Genre: Historical, Paranormal LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Ulysses, Paranormal Romance Guild Get It At Amazon | B&N | Kobo | Apple | SmashwordsUniversal Buy Link About The Book In the decade since being changed into a werewolf in 1920, Malachi has become used to being alone. But the appearance of bootleggers Jonathan and Roger on the beach below Malachi’s cottage shows Malachi what he’s been missing. He wants these men in his life, but he can’t ask them to stay. The following day, Roger returns seeking Malachi’s help in rescuing Jonathan from the rum-runners who are holding him hostage. Can Malachi help the men while protecting his own heart? Warnings: Nonconsensual voyeurism, references to child abuse and male… Continue Reading Review: Hooch and Howl – Karenna Colcroft

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Review: The Great North – J. Scott Coatsworth

The Great North - J. Scott Coatsworth

Genre: Fantasy, Sci-Fantasy, Mythology, Romance LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Ulysses, Paranormal Romance Guild Get It On Amazon | Universal Buy Link About The Book Dwyn is a young man in the small, isolated northern town of Manicouga, son of the Minstor, and betrothed to marry the beautiful Kessa in just a few weeks. Mael is shepherding the remains of his own people from Land’s End, a village much farther north, chased out by a terrible storm that destroyed the town. Both are trying to find their way in a post-apocalyptic world. When they meet, their love may change the world, and the course of history. The Review This trippy little novella is… Continue Reading Review: The Great North – J. Scott Coatsworth

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Double Review: Love & Limitations – J. Scott Coatsworth

Love & Limitations - J. Scott Coatsworth

Genre: Contemporary, Holiday, Romance, Gaylit LGBTQ+ Category: Gay, Transgender (3 stories)v Reviewers: Maryann; Ulysses, Paranormal Romance Guild Amazon | Apple | B&N | Kobo | Scribd | Smashwords | Thalia | Vivlio | Universal Buy Link About The Book Love & Limitations is Scott’s fourth short story collection and first one featuring contemporary MM and LGBTQ+ stories: I Only Want to Be With You: Derrek likes Ryan. Ryan likes Alex. Alex treats Ryan like trash. So why can’t he see who really loves him? The Boy in the Band: It’s hard for a trans kid in high school, just like it was for a gay kid two decades before. Can… Continue Reading Double Review: Love & Limitations – J. Scott Coatsworth

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Review: Rise – QSF’s 10th Annual Flash Fiction Contest

Rise

Genre: Fantasy, Horror, Paranormal, Sci-Fi LGBTQ+ Category: Ace, Bi, Gay, Gender Fluid, Intersex, Lesbian, Non-Binary, Pansexual, Poly, Transgender Reviewer: Ulysses, Paranormal Romance Guild Amazon | B&N | Bookshop.org | Google Play | iBooks | Kobo | Scribd | Smashwords | Thalia | Vivlio | Publisher/UBL About The Book RISE (noun / verb) Eight definitions to inspire writers around the world, and an unlimited number of possible stories to tell: 1) An upward slope or movement2) A beginning or origin3) An increase in amount or number4) An angry reaction5) To take up arms6) To return from death7) To become heartened or elated8) To exert oneself to meet a challenge Rise features… Continue Reading Review: Rise – QSF’s 10th Annual Flash Fiction Contest

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Review: Save the World Anthology

Save the World Anthology

Genre: Sci-Fi, Hopepunk LGBTQ+ Category: Gay, Lesbian, Non-Binary, Poly Reviewer: Ulysses, Paranormal Romance Guild Get It On Amazon | Universal Buy Link | Liminal Fiction |  Goodreads About The Book Climate change is no longer a vague future threat. Forests are burning, currents are shifting, and massive storms dump staggering amounts of water in less than 24 hours. Sometimes it’s hard to look ahead and see a hopeful future. We asked sci-fi writers to send us stories about ways to save the world from climate change. From the myriad of stories we received, we chose the twenty most amazing (and hopefully prescient) tales. Dive in and find out how we might mitigate climate… Continue Reading Review: Save the World Anthology

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Review: Fix the World Anthology

Fix the World anthology

Genre: Sci-Fi, Some Romance LGBTQ+ Category: Gay, Lesbian Reviewer: Ulysses, Paranormal Romance Guild Get It On Amazon | Apple | B&N | Kobo | Payhip | Smashwords | Publisher About The Book We’re a world beset by crises. Climate change, income inequality, racism, pandemics, an almost unmanageable tangle of issues. Sometimes it’s hard to look ahead and see a hopeful future. We asked sci-fi writers to send us stories about ways to fix what’s wrong with the world. From the sixty-five stories we received, we chose the twelve most amazing (and hopefully prescient) tales. Dive in and find out how we might mitigate climate change, make war obsolete, switch to… Continue Reading Review: Fix the World Anthology