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Review: Green Hills and Daffodils – Celyn Kendrick

Green Hills and Daffodils - Celyn Kendrick

Genre: Fantasy, Low Fantasy, Contemporary, Humor LGBTQ+ Category: Bi, Demi, Gay, Non-Binary, Poly Reviewer: Sherry, Paranormal Romance Guild Get It On Amazon About The Book “Will I always be so alone, living as a dragon among the sheep?” Jane Dawson is an American on a journey of midlife makeover. Abandoning a tech career in Boston, she and her sheepdog, Moss, move to Wales in search of a simpler life, connection and community without the filter of the Internet. But who knew she would stumble over the red Welsh dragon, y Ddraig Goch? Actually, she stumbles over her own suitcase and falls on her face in the middle of Main Street.… Continue Reading Review: Green Hills and Daffodils – Celyn Kendrick

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New Release: Spark & Tether – Lilian Zenzi

Spark & Tether - Lillian Zenzi

Lilian Zenzi has a new queer sci-fi romance out (nonbinary/pan/queer/gender-fluid): Spark & Tether. Working odd jobs across the Outer Ring gets a little lonely sometimes—not everyone loves having a synchronist with supraliminal perception around. But all Sacheri wants, he tells himself, is to wander the stars. Then he takes a salvage run to an abandoned moon where he meets the wry, reserved, strictly-by-the-rules archivist Jin. Mesmerized by their confidence and charm, Sacheri can’t resist showing off his abilities–and instead of the damaged ai he was tracking, he stumbles onto a signal left by a synchronist who went missing decades earlier. Sacheri knows from previous experience that pursuing the truth—never mind justice—could… Continue Reading New Release: Spark & Tether – Lilian Zenzi

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Review: Awry with Dandelions – J.S. Fields

Awry With Dandelions - J.S Fields

Genre: Sci-Fi LGBTQ+ Category: Intersex, Lesbian, Non-Binary Reviewer: Beáta Get It On Amazon About The Book When do dreams become reality? Orin sells dandelion latex at a no-name market, barely scraping by. Mette is a princess. Maybe. What Orin does know is that for thirty seconds every night, Mette visits Orin in xir dreams. Orin has long since written the fancy ghost woman off as a recurring nightmare, but when Mette insists upon meeting in real life, Orin’s inner world turns out to be more substantive than imaginary. Along with best friend Blathnaid, Orin embarks on a journey to discover the truth behind xir otherworldly connection–determined to free xir mind… Continue Reading Review: Awry with Dandelions – J.S. Fields

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Review: Dirt-Stained Hands, Thorn-Pierced Skin – Tabitha O’Connell

Dirt-Stained Hands, Thorn-Pierced Skin - Tabitha O'Connell

Genre: Fairy Tale, Fantasy LGBTQ+ Category: Bi, Demi, Gay, Non-Binary Reviewer: Lucy Get It On Amazon About The Book A queer, Beauty-and-the-Beast-inspired novella Heron thought ey wanted to be with handsome, charming Tiel—but the relationship hasn’t quite lived up to eir expectations. With Tiel’s confidence comes a tendency to be overbearing, and now he wants Heron to leave eir farm life behind and move to town with him. And Heron can’t figure out how to explain to him that ey doesn’t want that. When an accident strands Heron’s mother at a castle rumored to belong to a family of mages, Heron rushes off to make sure she’s all right—only to… Continue Reading Review: Dirt-Stained Hands, Thorn-Pierced Skin – Tabitha O’Connell

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Review: The Southern Mgicks – Ashton K. Rose

The Southern Magicks - Ashton K. Rose

Genre: Fantasy, Paranormal, Romance LGBTQ+ Category: Trans Man, Bisexual, Achillean Bisexual, Pansexual, Non-Binary, Lesbian, Homoromantic Asexual, Poly, Gay, Aromantic Asexual Reviewer: Maryann Get It On Amazon About The Book A month ago, a demon tore the thin veneer of a normal life I’d crafted apart when it almost killed me. Revealing my husband, Eli, as the prodigal son of a powerful magic family. When I grew up, I walked away from magic. Left my remote hometown and pretended the ghosts Gran taught me to see weren’t there while I went to university to become a librarian. Our one secret tightly held to my heart. Never let them know! Two years… Continue Reading Review: The Southern Mgicks – Ashton K. Rose

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Review: Foxhunt – Rem Wigmore

Foxhunt - Rem Wigmore

Genre: Sci-Fi, Solarpunk LGBTQ+ Category: Bi, Gender Fluid, Non-Binary, Transgender Reviewer: Maryann Get It On Amazon About The Book In a lush solarpunk future, plants have stripped most of the poison from the air and bounty hunters keep resource hoarders in check. Orfeus only wants to be a travelling singer, famed and adored. She has her share of secrets, but she’s no energy criminal, so why does a bounty hunter want her dead? Not just any bounty hunter but the Wolf, most fearsome of all the Order of the Vengeful Wild. Orfeus will call in every favor she has to find out, seeking answers while clinging to her pride and… Continue Reading Review: Foxhunt – Rem Wigmore

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New Release / Giveaway: Androids & Aliens – J. Scott Coatsworth

New Release / Giveaway: Androids & Aliens - J. Scott Coatsworth

J. Scott Coatsworth has a new queer sci fi collection out: Androids & Aliens. And there’s a giveaway. Androids & Aliens is Scott’s third short story collection – eight sci fi and sci-fantasy shorts that run the gamut from cyborgs to (comedic) alien invasions: Rise: Because of the rise in sea levels associated with climate change, Venice vanished beneath the lagoon half a century ago. But what if we could bring it back? Ping: I was a real estate agent by day and a museum curator in the evenings at a sci-fi museum. What I saw one night changed everything. What the Rain Brings: Miriam struggles to make a living… Continue Reading New Release / Giveaway: Androids & Aliens – J. Scott Coatsworth

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Review: The Third Front – E.M. Hamill

Third Front - E.M. Hamill

Genre: Sci-Fi (with romantic sub-plot) LGBTQ+ Category: Non binary, gender fluid, pansexual, gay Reviewer: Scott Get It On Amazon About The Book Dalí Tamareia has the terrorist Skadi in their sights – but bringing her in may cost them everything. Dalí’s role as an undercover operative is compromised, putting a target on their back and threatening the close-knit team aboard Thunder Child. A new lead on Miriam Skadi’s activities forces them back to Luna, where they must confront everything they tried to run from…including their changed relationship with Rion Sumner, who insists on backing up Dalí for this investigation. But Dalí is not the only one searching for Skadi. An… Continue Reading Review: The Third Front – E.M. Hamill

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New Release / Giveaway: Volaria – M.D. Neu

Volaria - MD. Neu

M.D. Neu has a new gay paranormal book out: Volaria. And there’s a giveaway. Humans are no longer alone; they have been joined by Arcanes, Lycans, and Vampires. It’s been over a hundred years since the Earth went through The Shift. Where once almost eight billion humans lived, the population now holds at four billion. But that wasn’t the only change. No one anticipated the branching of human DNA to produce new species of humans. Arcanes, Lycans, and Vampires are hidden throughout the genome, awaiting puberty before they manifest distinctly unhuman abilities. Finally, the new species of man were welcomed. No longer studied or treated as outcasts by most. People… Continue Reading New Release / Giveaway: Volaria – M.D. Neu

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REVIEW: The Scars That Bind Us – Michele Notaro

The Scars That Bind Us - Michelle Notaro

Genre: Urban Fantasy, Romance LGBTQ+ Category: Gay, Bi, Demi, Non-Binary (secondary character) Reviewer: Maryann Get It On Amazon About The Book What kind of mage would be crazy enough to crush on a shifter? Me. Apparently me. The world is a messed-up place. Especially for those of us who have magic, and I know just how terrible it can be firsthand. Which is one of the reasons I try to stay away from people… humans and shifters especially. Unfortunately, the NHSO forces magi to work alongside shifters to help protect the humans from taragorians—scary beasts from another realm. Which means I’m thrown onto a new team and forced to work… Continue Reading REVIEW: The Scars That Bind Us – Michele Notaro