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Review: Land of the Dead – Steven Hopstaken & Melissa Prusi

Land of the Dead - Steven Hopstaken & Melissa Prusi

Genre: Historical, Paranormal (Vampires & Werewolves) LGBTQ+ Category: Gay (Oscar Wilde) Reviewer: Maryann Get It On Amazon About The Book Bram Stoker and Oscar Wilde unite once more to battle spirits and demons invading our world. Third book in the series. Grimdark Magazine called the first book an “addictive, clever and extremely fun horror adventure.” Book 3 in the Stoker’s Wilde series! Science and the supernatural collide in this terrifying tale of witches, reanimated corpses and spirits invading our world from beyond the grave. Bram Stoker and Oscar Wilde have returned to their lives in London after their adventures in … Read more

Review: A Feast of Panthers – Sean Eads

The Feast of Panthers - Sean Eads

Genre: Historical, Fantasy LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Maryann Get It On Amazon About The Book Oscar Wilde is pulled into a dark conspiracy led by followers of an ancient Egyptian deity seeking to reestablish her terrifying religion—and she wants Wilde to be her new high priest. But Wilde does not stand alone, and as the coming conflict reveals stunning secrets about those closest to him, he realizes his greatest ally happens to be his fiercest nemesis—the Marquess of Queensberry. The Review Qui patitur vincint – “He conquers who endures” Oscar Wilde has become obsessed with “Stephen,” who he’s heard of … Read more

Following Oscar Wilde – Boogieman In Lavender

Oscar Wilde

       Following Oscar                                                 By Jeff Baker “In the old days, men had the rack. Now they have the Press.” —Oscar Wilde. It is possible, in the United States, to have crossed paths with the legendary Oscar Wilde without knowing it. Wilde did a lecture tour of the U.S. in 1882 that was supposed to last a few months. He wound up staying about a year, and crossed the States, touring the East and West coasts, traveling through the South and even visiting Canada. For years, however, the specifics of Wilde’s itinerary were a matter of debate, but now a … Read more