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REVIEW: Accidental Prophet, by Bud Gundy

Accidental Prophet - Bud Gundy

Title: Accidental Prophet Author: Bud Gundy Genre: Sci Fi LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Publisher: Self Pages: 264 Reviewer: Andy Get It On Amazon About The Book Intelligent, handsome, and struggling to make his rent, thirty-year-old Drew Morten loses his only meaningful relationship when his grandmother dies. A famous television anchor, Claudia Trenton, leaves Drew the legacy of her secret memoir. From the fate of a vanished medieval prince to a top-secret NASA study about a mystifying space object, her unreported discoveries hum with wonder.  But history merges with the present and upends Drew’s life when he has a terrifying revelation. Teaming … Read more

Me Me Monday!

Me Me Monday

Welcome to M3: ME ME MONDAY at our FB discussion group – your chance to pop in and tell us about your latest success. Have a new book or short story coming out? Let us know. Just sell something? Let us know so we can cheer you on. HOW IT WORKS: I’ll pin this topic to the top of our FB discussion page for the day. –Please post your announcement as a separate post so we can comment on yours specifically –Check out the other posts and congratulate and share them too! And congratulations!!!

REVIEW: Lancelot: Her Story by Carol Anne Douglas

Title: Lancelot: Her Story Series: Yes, forthcoming Author(s): Carol Anne Douglas Genre: Arthurian lore, historical fiction LGBTQ+ Category: Lesbian Publisher: Hermione Books Pages/Word Count: 619 pages Review by Andy   The legendary Lancelot is reimagined as a woman disguised as a man in Carol Anne Douglas’ lesbian tribute to the King Arthur canon. Douglas, who describes herself as a “lifelong student of Arthurian and Shakespearean lore,” constructs a post-Roman, Medieval world that is otherwise meticulously loyal to the source material. The story follows Arthur’s unification of the British kings to fight the Saxons and his victorious ascent to power. As … Read more

REVIEW: The Last Sun, by K.D. Edwards

The Last Sun

Title: The Last Sun Series: The Tarot Sequence Author: K.D. Edwards Genre: Paranormal, mystery/detective LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Publisher: Pyr Pages/Word Count: 365 pages Rune Saint John, last child of the fallen Sun Court, is hired to search for Lady Judgment’s missing son, Addam, on New Atlantis, the island city where the Atlanteans moved after ordinary humans destroyed their original home. With his companion and bodyguard, Brand, he questions Addam’s relatives and business contacts through the highest ranks of the nobles of New Atlantis. But as they investigate, they uncover more than a missing man: a legendary creature connected to the … Read more

Review: “The Lurid Sea” by Tom Cardamone

Title: The Lurid Sea Author: Tom Cardamone Genre: Erotica LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Publisher: Bold Strokes Books Pages: 182 Blurb: A steamy bacchanal bending through time and space, replete with the occasional God, mythic creatures, and oh-so-many men. For centuries the godling Nerites luxuriated in a shifting sexual paradise, hopping from one bathhouse to another—from disco-era Manhattan to Feudal Japan and back to where it all started: ancient Rome. When the dark shadow of his half-brother, the sinister Obsidio, descends, his deadly kiss leaves bodies cooling in steam room corners. Nerites must adopt a new role: as defender of these hidden … Read more

Review: “And God Belched” by Rob Rosen

Title: And God Belched Author: Rob Rosen Genre: Scifi, Humor LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Publisher: MLR Press Pages: 212 pages Blurb IN THIS riotously funny romantic adventure, Randy and his younger brother, Craig, find themselves in a different universe, on a strange planet, desperately searching for Milo, a handsome stranger in imminent danger, all while being chased by the heavily armed local authorities. And that’s just the start of this epic journey. But what else does fate have in store for our brave heroes? And can one human save two worlds, the handsome alien he’s fallen in love with, his entire … Read more

Review: “Aerie” by Jon Keys


Title: Aerie Series: Chinjoka Saga Book #1 Author: Jon Keys Genre: Fantasy LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Publisher: NineStar Press Pages: 202 Blurb:  Askari, Dhala, and Gyam grew up as childhood friends during happier days for the Chinjoka, an Iron Age people with the ability to shapeshift, but now they must learn their place among the tribe while dealing with both a devastating plague and war with the Misiq. Ena is a young warrior for the more savage Misiq, a tribe whose cruelty exemplifies their deity—the Angry God. The Misiq, also shifters, have declared a genocidal war against the Chinjoka, blaming them … Read more

Review: “The Calling” by M. D. Neu

The Calling

Title: The Calling Author: M. D. Neu Genre: Paranormal LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Publisher: NineStar Press Word Count: 108,300 Blurb Being a nobody isn’t Duncan Alexander’s life goal, but it’s worked for him. He has a nondescript job, a few good friends, and overall he’s content. That’s until one fateful trip to San Jose, California, where he is “Called” to meet the mysterious Juliet de Exter. Juliet is a beautiful, wealthy, powerful Immortal who is undertaking The Calling—a search for a human to join her world of Immortals. Inexplicably, Duncan’s calling is more dangerous than any of the Immortals, even Juliet, … Read more

Review: “Skin” by Christian Baines


Title: Skin Author: Christian Baines Genre: Horror, Fantasy LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Publisher: Bold Strokes Books Word Count: 45,000 Blurb: Kyle, a young newcomer to New Orleans, is haunted by the memory of his first lover, brutally murdered just outside the French Quarter. Marc, a young Quarter hustler, is haunted by an eccentric spirit that shares his dreams, and by the handsome but vicious lover who shares his bed. When the barrier between these men comes down, it will prove thinner than the veil between the living and the dead…or between justice and revenge. Review by Andrew: Baines’ slim novel Skin … Read more