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New Release: Dread Spring – Elizabeth F. Shearly

Dread Spring - Elizabeth F. Shearly

QSFer Elizabeth F. Shearly has a new queer post-apocalyptic book out (ace, bi, gay, lesbian): Dread Spring. After nuclear armageddon, Chloe’s days have fallen into a routine: wake up from the nightmares at four a.m., farm chores with Vishesh, schooling with the kids, fight with Monty, and then an early bedtime. As long as their vegetable patch stays viable, they can avoid a slow and painful death. But this season their field is contaminated. Short of asking for help from the walking towns—mechanical hulks developed to decontaminate land and water—there’s no recourse. Chloe risks going behind Monty’s back to contact … Read more

New Release: The Walls Between Us – Jessica Dunker

The Walls Between Us - Jessica Dunker

Jessica Dunker has a new queer post-apocalyptic book out (bisexual): The Walls Between Us. If all the nation’s power suddenly shut down, there would be no electricity, no water, no phones, no internet. Akeno suddenly faces the nation’s blackout alone, doubtful of what to do next, until he meets Sam, a charismatic, young woman intent on surviving. The two partner up when a paramilitary invades campus, driving Akeno and Sam into the wider community, where they face the societal dangers of a chaotic nation. Survival will be harder than they realized. Get It At Amazon | Publisher Excerpt “ Thank … Read more

Review: The Witness of the Sun – Suki Fleet

The Witness of the Sun - Suki Fleet

Genre: Paranormal, Post Apocalyptic, YA, Romance LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Jau Get It On Amazon About The Book An epic post-apocalyptic love story.A paranormal with a difference.MC’s that are fated with a capital F. Ilya knows little about the world Before. All his village has left are pictures in books of glittering cities made of glass, of dangerous creatures like bears and wolves that used to haunt more than the forests. Ilya knows little of the wars that forced people to flee the cities and hide. One dusk, when Ilya and his sister are hunting rabbits, a bear, a creature … Read more

New Release: The Witness of the Sun – Suki Fleet

The Witness of the Sun - Suki Fleet

QSFer Suki Fleet has a new MM post-apocalyptic tale out: The Witness of the Sun. An epic YA post-apocalyptic love story.A paranormal with a difference.MC’s that are fated with a capital F. Ilya knows little about the world Before. All his village has left are pictures in books of glittering cities made of glass, of dangerous creatures like bears and wolves that used to haunt more than the forests. Ilya knows little of the wars that forced people to flee the cities and hide. One dusk, when Ilya and his sister are hunting rabbits, a bear, a creature that they … Read more

Review: White Heat – Leta Blake

White Heat - Leta Blake

Genre: Fantasy, Romance LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Aethena, Paranormal Romance Guild Get It FREE At Prolific Works About The Book Forbidden love conquers all. Sian Maxima, the heir to a great lineage, yearns to marry his childhood sweetheart, Avila Rossi. But their love is outlawed. After a secret, desperate tryst is discovered, Avila alone will be punished for their transgressions. Only Sian can save him. White Heat is a standalone prequel to Leta Blake’s Heat of Love universe. It’s set against a faux-historical backdrop and contains tropes such as mpreg, knotting, and heats. The Review Set in a post-apocalyptic world … Read more

REVIEW: Franklin in Paradise – John Patrick

Franklin In Paradise - John Patrick

Genre: Post Apocalyptic, Romance LGBTQ+ Category: Bi, Gay (Autistic), Trans FTM Reviewer: Maryann Get It On Amazon About The Book Life is good for eighteen-year-old Franklin. He lives on the spectrum, structuring and organizing his days, avoiding messy situations and ambiguity. But what he really wants is a boyfriend. Twenty-one-year-old Patrick has a past he can’t seem to shake, and a sexual identity that’s hard to describe—or maybe it’s just evolving. When a manmade virus sweeps the globe, killing nearly everyone, the two young men find themselves thrust together, dependent on each other for survival. As they begin to rebuild … Read more

NEW RELEASE: grydscaen: Psycho Dive – Natsuya Uesugi

grydscaen: psycho dive - Natsuya Uesugi

QSFer Natsuya Uesugi has a new MM Dystopian cyberpunk book out (gay/bi): grydscaen: dsycho dive. Infiltration, government control, social engineering, and smuggling fill this sci-fi manga graphic novel. Author Natsuya Uesugi leads us into a post-apocalyptic, gritty future where the Newsfeed is always on, there are book burnings in the street, and thought crime gets you arrested. This short manga is bursting cover to cover with dynamic illustrations of the hacker team that seeks to fight back against the government, founded by Faid Callen of the Hacker Revolution. When Faid discovers a conspiracy threatening to rip society apart at the … Read more

REVIEW: The Home I Find With You – Skye Kilaen

The Home I Find With You - Skye Kilaen

Genre: Sci-Fi, Post Apocalyptic, Hopepunk LGBTQ+ Category: Gay, Poly, Pansexual Reviewer: Tony Get It On Amazon About The Book After the second U.S. Civil War, life is dangerous, but risking their hearts might be even more perilous. When charismatic town newcomer Clark walks into Van’s life in post-war rural Colorado, neither can ignore the sparks between them. Van has built a fulfilling new normal with his girlfriend Hadas after his wife’s death, but Clark’s brash flirtation and dominant tendencies awaken a desire for a kind of romance Van thought he’d lost forever. Even if he’s not sure he’s ready for … Read more

ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: Survivors – Amy Marsden

Survivors - Amy Marsden

Amy Marsden has a new queer paranormal horror book out: Survivors. And there’s a giveaway! It’s Jennifer’s 24th birthday and she planned to spend it having fun with her friends. Instead, she ends up running for her life through the dark streets of London. Her world is torn apart by a new disease, the likes of which have never been seen before. The government’s decision to conceal its deadly nature exacerbates the panic, and in all the confusion Jennifer is bitten by an infected person. That’s it, right? Her life over. Wrong. Immune to the virus’s ravaging effects, Jennifer finds … Read more

HBO Filming “The Last of Us,” a Queer Post-Apocalyptic Series

The Last of Us Video Game

Lauded for their mature storytelling and queer representation, The Last of Us games are among the most popular on Sony’s PlayStation consoles. It was only a matter of time, then, before they were picked up for a TV show. Thanks HBO! This will be the network’s first show based on a video game, which they’re probably hoping it’ll fill the void left by Game of Thrones. So what can we expect from the post-apocalyptic fungal infested TV adaptation? Here’s everything we know so far about HBO’s The Last of Us. What’s The Last of Us about? The Last of Us is set in a … Read more