QSFer Kashel Char has a new MM sci-fantasy book out, New Beginnings book 3: Cian’s Song.
It’s the year 73 A.T.
Cian’s been denying the pull toward the moon for decades, and as soon as the Phoenicians designed and built a prototype fit for spaceflight, they followed the ship Cian spotted. But as soon as they land on the moon, they discover the Disciples of the Anunnaki have created a new kind of monster. He has his hands full and has to save a bunch of stupid humans before he can woo his mate, who is oblivious about him.
Back on Earth, Phoenix lay at the bottom of the Earth’s global ocean, which covers ninety-nine percent of the Earth’s surface. Eryn, Ivan, and Cian had successfully wrapped the titanium and plexiglass city with a protective waterproof barrier. Some waters have receded around the highest mountains where animals have found refuge. All these areas were declared protected and sacred to allow the surviving fauna and flora to flourish on their own and rehabilitate without the interference or hindrance of man so that nature may repair Earth’s fragile ecosystem.
But all is not as it seems. Eryn brings a stranger on board who might or might not be a friend.
What to expect:
- M/M pairings.
- Sci-Fi Fantasy Mashup.
- Time Travel
- Anunnaki and Anubis
- Operation Moon Evacuation
Cian’s Song: We Are Coming Home is the second book written by Kashel Char and Book Three in a planned post-apocalyptic sci-fi fantasy series featuring gifted otherworldly paranormal beings falling in love while saving the last of mankind. Warning: This story has explicit and graphic depictions of a quadruple amputee prisoner, off-the-page mention of non-consensual sexual acts, cannibalism, and imprisonment. It is unsuitable for young and sensitive readers or anyone offended by gay sex.
Kashel Char means Castle Black. Chosen for the apparent reason that Kashel is a Game Of Thrones fan.
“I found it surprisingly beautiful. In a brutal, horribly uncomfortable sort of way.”―Tyrion Lannister to Janos Slynt.
Kashel is a Canadian speculative Male/Male Sci-Fi Fantasy and Paranormal Romance writer, currently residing in the Rocky Mountains of beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
Kashel’s writing is all about exploring the questions about who we are, where we came from and where are we going as a human race on Earth. Kashel weaves and bubblegum taboo questions and subjects by creating new exciting worlds and characters. Their stories are unpredictable, sickly twisted with a dash of humor, centered around gay characters. Kashel’s wild imagination will have you question your existence among these worlds and make you wish you could escape to these places peppered with foul-mouthed heroes who struggle and strive to save humankind. Kashel believes that sexuality is a beautiful and fluid thing that comes in all shapes and sizes.
Their books are geared towards M/M readers who are open to exploring their deepest questions, desires, and darkest secrets, with stories that are filled with steamy moments between men from different worlds and futuristic cultures.
Pronoun: I/We He/She Gender Non-conforming, Gender Fluid.