REVIEW: The Apprentice Sorceress, by E.D. Walker

The Apprentice Sorceress - E.D. Walker - Fairy Tales of Lyond

Title: The Apprentice Sorceress Series: The Fairy Tales of Lyond Book Two Author: E.D. Walker Genre: Fantasy LGBTQ+ Category: Trans/Non-Binary Publisher: Self Pages: 175 Reviewer: Jaye Get It On Amazon About The Book A lady does not practice magic…Until now. Lady Violette has done everything she can to be a perfect lady in waiting to … Read more

ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: Slow Thaw, by J. Scott Coatsworth

Slow Thaw - J. Scott Coatsworth

J. Scott Coatsworth has a new MM trans/cisgender holiday romance book out: Slow Thaw. Javier Fernandez is a climate scientist living in a research station near the South Pole. Since his husband was killed in a car crash, he’s preferred to be alone, and is less than thrilled to have a junior scientist thrust upon … Read more

ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: The Rising Tide, by J. Scott Coatsworth

The Rising Tide - J. Scott Coatsworth

J. Scott Coatsworth has a new queer sci fi book out: “The Rising Tide.” Earth is dead. Five years later, the remnants of humanity travel through the stars inside Forever, a living, ever-evolving, self-contained generation ship. When Eddy Tremaine and Andy Hammond find a hidden world-within-a-world under the mountains, the discovery triggers a chain of … Read more

ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: Panther Queen, by Amir Lane

Panther Queen - Amir Lane

QSFer Amir Lane has a new queer/transgender paranormal book out: Panther Queen. When cattle rancher Lenna Alvarez rescues a black jaguar, she discovers there’s more to the animal that meets the eye. Bonding with a centuries-old Aztec Warrior wasn’t part of her plans. Then again, neither was simultaneously facing off against an American businessman and … Read more

ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: Cleaning House, by Jeanne G’Fellers

Cleaning House - Jeanne G'Fellers

Jeanne G’Fellers has a new trans-non binary fantasy book out: Centenary Rhodes is an old soul with a well-traveled name, but she doesn’t know this yet. Growing up in southern Appalachia wasn’t easy, so Cent left home as soon as she could, but the post-collegiate happiness she’d expected has never occurred. She can’t find a … Read more