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REVIEW: The Adam Initiative – Les Gould

The Adam Initiative - Les Gould

Genre: Sci Fi, Generation Ship LGBTQ+ Category: Lesbian Reviewer: Scott Get It On Amazon About The Book Traveling between the stars takes generations and a tightly controlled population balanced on the edge of a knife between dying out and outgrowing the ship’s limited resources. For the colony ship, Endurance, the Longevity program has successfully managed the size of all-female crew population for more than twenty generations. Until now. Concerns rise when Longevity ramps up the birth rate, but when the next generation doesn’t look like the others, it’s up to Doctor Cynthia Synclara to figure out why before drastic measures … Read more

REVIEW: Livid Skies – SI Clarke

REVIEW: Livid Skies - SI Clarke

Genre: Sci-Fi LGBTQ+ Category: Trans, Lesbian, Non-Binary, Gay, Bisexual, Poly Reviewer: Scott Get It On Amazon About The Book A fresh start, a queer social liberal dream, and a planet that wants to kill you. Noble aspirations are easier said than done, though – especially when the entire planet wants to kill you. Grappling with the realities of human nature and with their batteries slowly dying, the colony’s 150 women and 10 men must overcome their differences to create a lasting community. But things aren’t always what they seem and maybe the colonists aren’t as alone as they thought… Perfect … Read more

REVIEW: Any Job Will Do – John Wilker

Any Job Will Do - John Wilker

Genre: Sci-Fi, Space Opera LGBTQ+ Category: Bi Reviewer: Scott Get It On Amazon About The Book Jackson ”Jax” Caruso inherited a ship from his parents. They’re dead, they don’t need it. The unification wars happened a while ago, Jax’s parent’s fought for the losing side. Now he takes the jobs he can get; smuggling, bounty hunting, hauling cargo. If it pays, he’ll do it. When Jax is approached with a job that seems too good to be true, he should have known better, he should have walked. He didn’t. Now he and a few friends are in it deep; Imperial … Read more

REVIEW: Futures, Friends, and Other Firsts – Amara Lynn

Futures, Friends, And Other Firsts - Amara Lynn

Genre: Sci-Fi, Romance LGBTQ+ Category: Non-Binary Reviewer: Scott Get It On Amazon About The Book Sallon Lee is quiet, shy, and has no friends. They have no idea what they want for their future on the space station in which they live. But they do know one thing: they have a huge crush on Ignis. The problem is, Ignis is so cool and popular, and has no idea who Sal is. Sal has no chance with him. Then a chance encounter throws the two of them together, and Sal finds themself forming a fast friendship with Ignis, thinking about their … Read more

REVIEW: Shape of Secrets – S.R. Cronin

Shape Of Secrets - S.R. Cronin

Genre: Sci-Fi, Near Future LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Scott Get It On Amazon About The Book You can’t outrun the past in this mystery adventure where things are not always as they appear Zane, a young man with the ability to change his appearance, is starting his first job at Penthes Pharmaceuticals. However, it’s not what he expects. Soon he is drawn into a world of corporate secrets and dangerous knowledge. The deceptions are only beginning. A sales trip to the South Pacific leaves Zane dealing with an unsolved murder, an unsavory boot camp manager, and new friends with abilities … Read more

REVIEW: The Anti-Quest – Angel Martinez

The Anti-Quest - Angel Martinez

Genre: Sci-Fi, Romance LGBTQ+ Category: Lesbian Reviewer: Scott Get It On Amazon About The Book Brave paladin. Royal princess. Fierce dragon. Simple. Being all three at once? Way too complicated. Paladin Snillek’s mother was human and ruled a planet. That’s about the extent of her knowledge since they didn’t see each other much. When her mom dies in a freak accident, her father tells Snillek she’s inherited the title, and she has to learn how to pass as the mostly human Princess Siel for a planet she never thought about much. The dresses alone are horrifying and the courtiers aggravating.​In … Read more

REVIEW: The Cyborg Anthology – Lindsay B-e

The Cyborg Anthology - Linday B-e

Genre: Sci-Fi, Poetry LGBTQ+ Category: Multiple Reviewer: Scott Get It On Amazon About The Book Poems written by Cyborgs in the future – this collection melds sci-fi and poetry, human and machine. The Cyborg Anthology takes place in a future where there was a thriving world of Robots and Cyborgs living peacefully beside Humans, but a disaster destroyed all Robot and most Cyborg life. The book is organized like a typical anthology of literature, split into sections that include a biography of each poet and a sample of their poetry. It covers early Cyborg poetry, political, celebrity, and pop culture … Read more

REVIEW: Tales From Ardulum, by J.S. Fields

Tales from Ardulum

Title: Tales From Ardulum Series: Ardulum Author: J.S. Fields Genre: Sci Fi LGBTQ+ Category: Lesbian, Ace, Queer Publisher: NineStar Press Pages: 195 Reviewer: Scott Amazon | NineStar Press | Barnes & Noble | Kobo About The Book One year after saving the Neek homeworld and redefining the people’s religion, the crew of the Scarlet Lucidity returns to the Charted Systems for a much-needed break. For Nicholas and Yorden, the Systems will always be home, but for Emn and Atalant, too many memories compound with Emn’s strange new illness to provide much relaxation. TALES FROM ARDULUM continues the journey of Atalant, Emn, Yorden, Nicholas, and Salice as … Read more

REVIEW: The Shipwright and Other Stories, by Matthew Buscemi

Review - The Shipwright and Other Stories, by Matthew Buscemi

Title: The Shipwright and Other Stories Author: Matthew Buscemi Genre: Fantasy LGBTQ+ Category: Gay (one story) Publisher: Matthew Buscemi Publishing Reviewer: Scott Get It On Amazon About The Book The Palípolian archipelago is a world of poets, warriors, philosophers, engineers, and wanderers. Arkh Makhaino yearns to leave his island home of Khatap for the larger and busier mainland city of Épanngel, but worries that the Shipwrights’ Guild there will not accept him. Arkh struggles to resolve his lingering self-doubt while arduously waiting for a reply. In other parts of Palípoli: a young man seeks a singular experience in the desert; … Read more

REVIEW: The Solstice Pudding, by Angel Martinez

The Solstice Pudding - Angel Martinez

Title: The Solstice Pudding Collection: When Holidays Attack – Mischief Corner Books’ 2019 Holiday Collection Author: Angel Martinez Genre: Holiday, Sci Fi, Comedy, Lesfic LGBTQ+ Category: FF Lesbian Publisher: Mischief Corner Books Pages: 65 Reviewer: Scott Get It On Amazon About The Book Chief Engineer Shandi Leavenworth has been crushing on Major Tyra Sur ever since she joined station staff, though the laconic customs officer doesn’t give up personal information easily. A few scraps of information leads Shandi to the perfect Solstice present, until of course everything goes horribly wrong. Major Sur took the job on Onwa Station for the … Read more