Title: Insight Series: The Community #1 Author: Santino Hassell Genre: Gay Paranormal Mystery/Thriller Publisher: Riptide Publishing Word Count: 88,500 Blurb Growing up the outcast in an infamous family of psychics, Nate Black never learned how to control his empath abilities. Then after five years without
Title: Guardian Series: Aisling #1 Author: Carole Cummings Genre: Gay Fantasy Publisher: DSP Publications Pages: 270 Blurb As he pursues a man who is not what he seems, Constable Dallin Brayden learns the lines between enemy and ally, truth and deception, and conscience and obedience
Title: Sūnder Series: Darksoul #1 Author: Lexi Ander Genre: Paranormal Romance (with some spaceships thrown in). I LOVE how Ander uses aliens and alien cultures. She also weaves entertaining mpreg elements into past works I’ve enjoyed, and similar elements are present in this work. However,
Title: Heathens Author: Jonah Bergan Genre: YA Gay Science Fiction Publisher: Amazon Pages: 540 Blurb Well it finally happened. The world ended. It didn’t happen the way anyone expected it would. No nukes, no pandemics, just a whole lot of rage and a whole lot
Ben: To celebrate his release of The Stark Divide, I have Scott Coatsworth here for a quick and fascinating interview, and then we’ll dig into all The Stark Divide goodies. Thanks, Scott, for coming. Scott: Thanks for having me. Ben: Let’s get down to it!
Title: Monster Series: Vertex #1 Author: Soren Summers Genre: MM Romantic Horror Publisher: Amazon Word Count: 88,000 Blurb Bloodied corridors. Mangled bodies. Deranged test subjects. Just another day at Vertex, a corporation devoted to perfecting humanity by any means necessary. It’s up to Jarod Samuels
Title: Debris Dreams Series: The Lunar Cycle Author: David Colby Genre: YA Lesbian Science Fiction Publisher: Thinking Ink Press Pages: 237 Blurb The year: 2069 The place: Sun-Earth Lagrange Point L1, 1.5 million kilometers above the surface of the Earth The objective: Survive Sixteen-year-old Drusilla
LAST SUMMER I was out of commission due to three surgeries, so this summer I started out with a trip to Scotland and Ireland, where I had the time of my life in Islay, and was blown away by the hospitality of the Irish people.
Review: The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee I loved–loved–this book. Monty, our protagonist, was a delightful self-centered little drama queen. He’s hopelessly in love with his best friend, Percy, and thinks his grand tour of Europe will be his last chance