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New Release: The Quest for Cowmelot – Blake R. Wolfe

The Quest for Cowmelot - Blake R. Wolfe

QSFer Blake R. Wolfe has a new queer comedic fantasy featuring a bisexual cow: The Quest for Cowmelot. I was just a normal cow until a fae curse changed the course of my life… After incurring the wrath of the fairy HOA, my life was changed forever. On my first outing to a nearby town with my owner, I found myself tied up to a strange metal stick. Without a thought, I wrapped my big ole cow tongue around it and tried to get myself loose. Instead of finding freedom, I ended up pulling a legendary sword from a stone. … Read more

REVIEW: Fall of the Green Land – J.G. Follansbee

Fall of the Green Land - J.G. Follansbee

Genre: Sci-Fantasy, Epic Fantasy LGBTQ+ Category: Lesbian Reviewer: Scott Get It On Amazon About The Book Sir Percival Rathkeale, the red-haired knight of Viridiae, the Green Land, seeks the lost Grail, a powerful device critical to the survival of his king, his country, and the planet. Merlin, the king’s chief science advisor, discovers new clues to the Grail’s location. The king appoints Sir Percival to a new expedition to find the Grail. With Sirs Galahad and Bors, and Dame Lancelot du Lac, the strongest warrior in the land, Percival sails for the island of Koda, where he faces dark forces … Read more

LEGENDS: Ancient Camelot Parchments Discovered in Bristol

The librarian hadn’t fallen under a magical spell, but he still felt enchanted when he unexpectedly discovered seven handwritten parchments detailing the legendary adventures of Merlin and King Arthur. For years, the documents had lain hidden at the University of Bristol in England. The parchments were discovered in a book dating to the 16th century, Michael Richardson, the Bristol special collections librarian, said in a statement. He happened across the parchments while seeking materials for students who needed historical documents from medieval times. Specifically, the parchments were found bound inside a four-volume edition of the writings of French scholar and … Read more

LEGEND: From Whence Came Camelot?


Camelot was a mythical castled city, said to be located in Great Britain, where King Arthur held court. It was the center of the Kingdom of Logres and in Arthurian legend would become the location of the round table that held 150 knights. Stories about King Arthur are known from at least as early as the ninth century. One of the most famous early Arthurian writers was Geoffrey of Monmouth, who lived during the first half of the 12th century. In his book, “History of the Kings of Britain,” Monmouth wrote a number of stories about King Arthur and Merlin, … Read more

ANNOUNCEMENT – Lancelot: Her Story, by Carol Anne Douglas

Lancelot: Her Story

QSFer Carol Anne Douglas has a new Lesbian Historical Fantasy out: A young girl sees a man rape and murder her mother. She grabs a stick and puts out his eye. Her father raises her as a boy so she will be safe from men’s attacks. She practices and practices until she becomes a great fighter – Lancelot. She wants to protect women, and she does. Lancelot hears about King Arthur, a just king across the sea, and journeys to earn a place at Camelot. She vows to serve him, but fears that Arthur and his men will discover that … Read more

Announcement: Lord of Ravens, by Amelia Faulkner

Lord of Ravens

QSFer Amelia Faulkner has a new MM urban fantasy book out: Lover. Predator. Killer. Laurence Riley’s inheritance comes with a price – one he’s not at all sure he can pay. When his urge to hunt grows out of control, he sends a desperate prayer to his ancestor for guidance. But he never expected that Herne the Hunter would answer. Scion. Target. Victim. There are horrors lurking in Quentin d’Arcy’s past, but they won’t hide there forever. Something ancient is coming to take him home: a creature of nightmare who feasts on the flesh of children. When the choice is … Read more