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New Release: Sorcery’s Call – Kayleigh Sky

Sorcery’s Call

QSFer Kayleigh Sky has a new MM paranormal urban fantasy book out, Demon Tales and Fairy Games book 2: Sorcery’s Call. No good deed goes unpunished. But maybe making a deal with a demon was a bad idea. After freeing a demon from a century-long captivity, rogue alchemist Tev finds himself yanked through the veil between realms and dumped in what has to be hell. He can handle that. Losing Misha, his one bright spot in the world? Not so much. Who makes deals with demons? Not Fillery hotel manager Misha. Demons and the like are the stuff of nightmares, … Read more

New Release / Giveaway: Volaria – M.D. Neu

Volaria - MD. Neu

M.D. Neu has a new gay paranormal book out: Volaria. And there’s a giveaway. Humans are no longer alone; they have been joined by Arcanes, Lycans, and Vampires. It’s been over a hundred years since the Earth went through The Shift. Where once almost eight billion humans lived, the population now holds at four billion. But that wasn’t the only change. No one anticipated the branching of human DNA to produce new species of humans. Arcanes, Lycans, and Vampires are hidden throughout the genome, awaiting puberty before they manifest distinctly unhuman abilities. Finally, the new species of man were welcomed. … Read more

REVIEW: Where Evil Begins – Matt Converse

Where Evil Begins - Matt Converse

Genre: Horror LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Maryann Get It On Amazon About The Book Tyler is a sexy young newbie to the New York City leather scene. When he eyes a muscled, masked stranger, his hunky best friend Andrés warns him to be careful due to the string of recent murders in the leather community. The masked stranger hides more than his face, and that is revealed when you go back far enough. True evil is made, not born.  The Review In NYC there are clubs that cater to leather kink – including The Hammer, The Guillotine and The Eagle. Some … Read more

CELEBS: Lynda Carter Thought “Fat Bear Week” Was About Gay Men

Lynda Carter on Supergirl Set

Lynda Carter proved why she is truly the Wonder Woman of our hearts after admitting she thought Fat Bear Week was a body positive LGBT+ event. Carter – who played Diana Prince, aka Wonder Woman, in the original 1970s TV show – shared on Twitter that she had recently discovered Fat Bear Week, an annual celebration of the massive land mammals. But, she admitted, she got the wrong end of the stick. “I kept hearing about Fat Bear Week and thought it was a celebration of body positivity within a gay subculture,” Carter wrote. “It turns out it is about … Read more

REVIEW: The Bloodied Broom – Berryl & Osiris Brackhaus

The Bloodied Broom

Genre: Space Opera / Adventure LGBTQ+ Category: Gay, Pan Reviewer: Ulysses, Paranormal Romance Guild Get It On Amazon About The Book Lotus Knights don’t get honeymoons, but at least spending some family time on their newly unearthed and fully refurbished spaceship Pebble sounded like a good idea. Until a last-minute mission goes sideways and suddenly Yaden, Colin and their patchwork family come face-to-face with an all but invincible ancient evil. The harrowing encounter leaves Colin permanently changed, and trying to chart his future path becomes a challenge he had never anticipated. ‘The Bloodied Broom’ is a science fiction space opera … Read more

REVIEW: Ithani – J. Scott Coatsworth

Ithani - J. Scott Coatsworth

Genre: Sci-Fi, Science Fantasy, Romance LGBTQ+ Category: MM Gay, Lesbian Reviewer: Melissa, Paranormal Romance Guild Get It On Amazon About The Book Time is running out. After saving the world twice, Xander, Jameson and friends plunge headlong into a new crisis. The ithani―the aliens who broke the world―have reawakened from their hundred millennia-long slumber. When Xander and Jameson disappear in a flash, an already fractured world is thrown into chaos. The ithani plans, laid a hundred thousand years before, are finally coming to pass, and they threaten all life on Erro. Venin and Alix go on a desperate search for … Read more

COVER REVEAL: Back Issues, by Dani Hermit & Nevi Star

Back Issues, by Dani Hermit & Nevi Star

Dani Hermit & Nevi Star have a new dark MM sci fi-paranormal romance coming out, book one of Burn Outs: “Back Issues.” And we have the cover reveal! From the Best-selling Authors of the Parliament of Twilight series comes a new erotic world of Heroes and Villains! 53 year old Matt Evans never thought he would be drawn back into the world of the Chosen and their staged battles of Good versus Evil. But with the return of his long dormant super powers on the heels of a devastating attack on the Chosen, Matt is forced to come face to … Read more

SCIENCE: We May Now Know Why Gay Men Tend To Have Older Brothers

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Scientists believe they may now know why gay men tend to have more older brothers. A new paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences by Anthony Bogaert—the culmination of more than 20 years of research—shows that antibodies to one particular protein may be responsible. Bogaert, a human sexuality researcher at Brock University in Canada, first began looking at what is now known as the “older brother effect” in 1996. Basically, what Bogaert and his collaborators found is that having older brothers increases the chances a man will be gay. In 2006, they published a study showing that … Read more

ANNOUNCEMENT: Like a Spell: Fire Anthology

Like a Spell V2

QSFer Avery Vanderlyle has a story in a new erotic MM Fantasy book: For the Like a Spell anthology, we asked writers to challenge the traditional tropes and send us something new—original stories of magic users, interesting twists on the typical sorcerers and mages. The response was overwhelming and exciting, and we decided to publish four separate anthologies, using the theme of classical elements (earth, air, fire, and water) as the focus for each collection. For the fire anthology, we’ve focused on stories portraying the love between men. When we thought fire, we thought of the passion and heat of … Read more

Writers and Readers Help Chechnya’s Queer Community


When the news started coming out of Chechnya about the organized police campaign of torture, imprisonment and murder being conducted against men perceived to be gay, it hit me hard. Growing up in the Netherlands just a few decades after World War II, I learned to dread authoritarianism and genocide — authoritarianism’s frequent offspring — early on in life. On school and family outings we visited houses with secret rooms where families had provided refuge to Jews as they sought to escape Occupied Europe. Every summer, we would drive through northern Germany to see my cousins, and my mom would announce the … Read more