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Double Review: Earth 2100 Anthology

Earth 2100 Anthology

Genre: Science Fiction, Near Future LGBTQ+ Category: Gay, Lesbian, Non-Binary Reviewer: Ulysses, Maryann Get It On Amazon | Universal Buy Link About The Book Earth on the Cusp of the Twenty-Second Century Just think how the world has changed in the last seventy-six years. In 1948, scientists ran the first computer program, and “the Ultimate Car of the Future,” the futuristic, three wheeled Davis Divan, debuted. Since then, a succession of inventions—the personal computer, the internet, the World Wide Web, smart phones and social media—have transformed every aspect of our lives. How might the next seventy-six years change us, in … Read more

New Release: Deficient – Michael Solis

Deficient - Michael Solis

QSFer Michael Solis has a new queer YA superhero book out: Deficient. The near future is progressively free from discrimination based on race, class, and sexual orientation. But in a world populated by the gifted, fifteen-year-old Alejandro Aragon (Alé) is part of the only remaining minority—he’s a Deficient. Powerless. The one that accelerated genetics left behind. Alé knows that he’ll need a miracle to graduate and pursue his dream of a legal career in the capital. His only ally is his best friend Yalamba, an outspoken and exceptionally gifted artist renowned for her unique ability to draw things into existence. … Read more

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: Love on the Run – Shea Balik

Love on the Run - Shea Balik

QSFer Shea Balik has a new MM omegaverse sci-fi book out, Omega Sanctuary book 1: Love on the Run. Ford and his friends are running for their freedom when they are attacked by Alpha slavers. Saved by an Alpha who lives where they’re headed is only the first problem. Ford has sworn he will never be owned by an Alpha, but there’s something about Lowen that he cannot ignore. Lowen has lived in no-man’s-land farming and trading to survive. When he comes across a boat of Omegas being attacked by the Alphas who ripped him off, he jumps in to … Read more

Review: The Master of Puppets – Molly J. Bragg

The Master of Puppets - Molly J. Bragg

Genre: Sci-Fi, Alien Invasion LGBTQ+ Category: Gender Fluid, Lesbian, Pansexual Reviewer: Lucy Get It At Amazon | Publisher | B&N | Kobo | Smashwords About The Book Jakari, an alien assassin, receives orders taking her to a primitive alien world. She expects the mission to be like any other. Get in, eliminate the target and get out again. Instead, when she arrives, she finds out that one of the leaders of the fascist Char Oram is there, seeking to turn the inhabitants into mindless soldiers that could tip the war in favor of the Char. Hayami Takahashi follows a strange woman down a dark street and all she … Read more

New Release: Vale – C.J. Dragon

Vale - C.J. Dragon

QSFer C.J. Dragon has a new MM sci-fi book out: Vale. Vale Darrow likes routine. He likes knowing what will happen on each of his days, and isn’t fond of surprises or upheaval of any kind. He lives alone in a house he loves. He expects to always be alone because he isn’t an easy person to know. He never expects that to change, until it does. After serving for many years the Companion to the Oracle dies. The Oracle reaches out, in his grief, touching on an unsuspecting Vale. With that touch, everything changes.  Vale swears he will not … Read more

Review: Last Generation – E. Robert Dunn

Last Generation - E. Robert Dunn

Genre: Science Fiction LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Lucy Get It On Amazon About The Book The year is 6752, A.T. and Earth is but a memory to its space faring descendents. The urbane beings of The System embark on a test-colonization mission to a far off solar group called Mira. The AST [Aidennia-System Transport] Saarien’s flight path is ended abruptly and the colonizing supership explodes under a hail from Tauron Starhounds; a century of peace with the Tauron Empire is fractured. Six Aidennian survivors jettison in a terra-forming conestoga Pioneer Pod. Now, a young male echelon couple and their fellow … Read more

New Release: The Purpose of Sanctuary – C.J. Dragon

The Purpose of Sanctuary - C.J. Dragon

QSFer C.J. Dragon has a new MM sci-fi book out, Daranii Justice book 3: The Purpose of Sanctuary. Forced to leave Earth earlier than planned, Jon returns to a Daran that is on the verge of civil war. The threats to Jon escalate after news concerning his hybrid DNA is publicly released, bringing the conflict to the breaking point, his life held in the balance. Knowing he will be on ‘house arrest’ again doesn’t soften its impact on Jon, and he chafes under his inability to help his life mate in any way. The situation isn’t helped by Talin’s militant … Read more

Review: Raphael’s Return – C.J. Dragon

Raphael's Return - C.J. Dragon

Genre: Sci-Fi, Romance LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Linda, PRG Get It On Amazon About The Book It was a year of change and healing, heartbreak, and renewal. On his way to reunite with his First Consort, Lord Teo receives unwelcome news from Chi’NoSa Prime. He is ordered to return to perform a duty he hoped to be spared. There is no recourse except obedience. Raphael, changed from his time spent with the Chi’NoSa, discovers that his gifts set him apart from his peers, causing them to shun him. As his family and a few friends are the only colonists to … Read more

Review: From the Noblest Motives – Angel Martinez

Rarely Pure and Never Simple

Genre: Sci-fi, Romance LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Linda, Paranormal Romance Guild Get It At Amazon | B&N | Kobo About The Book The Fredamine Project was just the beginning. Shadow dealings and conspiracies regarding variants intertwine until Damien and his cohorts can no longer tell who the bad guys are. Several months have passed since Blaze and the infamous Variant activist Shudder McKenzie helped Damien rescue the captives of the sinister Fredamine Project. Professionally, everything’s great. He’s back to working with Damien again and they have a new lead on the three kids who are still missing. Personally, not so much. Blaze has made … Read more