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

Raphael's Rescue - C.J. Dragon

Genre: Sci-Fi, Romance LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Linda, Paranormal Romance Guild Get It On Amazon About The Book In an infinity of starlight, through anguish and betrayal, can love still shine? Raphael Lewis of the Mars Colony wanted nothing more than to fly his ship, Agatha, and to remain with his family. Lord Teo of the Chi’NoSa had other ideas. On a routine trip to the asteroid belt, Raphael and Agatha are injured by a Chi’NoSa ship. After healing, he is held prisoner by the Chi’NoSa Lord Teo. Unsure what is wanted from him, and unfamiliar with Chi’NoSa protocol, Raphael … Read more

Review: KYN – Laurence Ramsay

KYN - Laurence Ramsay

Genre: Sci-Fi, Cyberpunk, Hopepunk, Solarpunk LGBTQ+ Category: Bi, Gay, Gender Fluid, Lesbian, Non-Binary, Poly Reviewer: Beáta Get It On Amazon About The Book In a near post-dystopian future, an immortal assassin fights to defend civilization’s last city from the encroaching threat of mysterious invaders – all while struggling to protect those he loves from the twisted machinations of those he was bred to serve. Action-packed and dripping with slick style, KYN is a queer, hopepunk anthem set in a post-dystopian world of blazing colour and neon grit. Hyperkinetic and irreverent, it’s a f*ck you to the ‘Bury your Gays’ trope, … Read more

Review: The Stark Divide – J. Scott Coatsworth

The Stark Divide - J. Scott Coatsworth

Genre: Sci-Fi, Generation Ship LGBTQ+ Category: Gay, Trans FTM Reviewer: Ulysses, Paranormal Romance Guild Universal Buy Link About The Book The Earth is in a state of collapse, with wars breaking out over resources and an environment pushed to the edge by human greed. Three living generation ships have been built with a combination of genetic mastery, artificial intelligence, technology, and raw materials harvested from the asteroid belt. This is the story of one of them—43 Ariadne, or Forever, as her inhabitants call her—a living world that carries the remaining hopes of humanity, and the three generations of scientists, engineers, … Read more

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

Raphael's Return - C.J. Dragon

Genre: Sci-Fi, Romance LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Maryann 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 support … Read more

New Release: Unanimity – Alexandra Almeida

Unanimity - Alexandra Almeida

QSFer Alexandra Almeida has a new queer literary sci-fi book out (bi, gay): Unanimity. The road to hell is paved with good intentions. Shadow is a reluctant god with a broken mind and a death wish. He used to be Thomas Astley-Byron, an affluent young screenwriter whose creativity and idealism saved a world from the brink of collapse. Together with Henry Nowak, an AI expert, Tom created heaven on earth by inventing a Jungian simulated reality that helps humans confront their dark sides. The benevolent manipulation platform turned the two unelected leaders into beloved gods, but now everything is failing. … Read more

U=(N/T)M*G: Unearthed

tardigrade - deposit photos

Any time I can talk about Tardigrades, you can bet good money I’m going to do exactly that. These little “bears” have so much potential in science. They do all the things, and it’s my personal belief that trans-human modification will start with enhancements from gene-splicing with Tardigrades. Especially with the problems we’re still trying to solve with deep space exploration. Macrobiotus naginae are a soil type Tardigrade. At this rate, there will be more types of these suckers than Pokemon. The specialty of these ones is the ability to live in arid conditions. Deserts. Cold ones too. If humans … Read more

U=(N/T)M*G: Snow

Tubular model for fluid dynamics.

Physics is weird. Of course, I mean that in the most respectful way possible, but physics is weird. Weak forces and strong forces and thermodynamics. Fluid dynamics. Quantum mechanics. I sort of understand most of it, but did science, as a whole field, really have to make the whole thing as opaque and esoteric as possible? For instance, I was reading articles on the probability of snow falling upwards under the ice sheets covering Europa. Super cool stuff. I had to crawl through about six articles packed full of the science lingo before I figured out what was going on. … Read more

U=(N/T)M*G: Meltdown

Computer chip

I guess Google had a meltdown? It lasted long enough for people to notice? I must have been at the day job when that happened and missed it. It’s pretty funny how weird that sounds. I first jumped online as a wee teenager back when AOL and Netscape were the major players, when dial up was the only way to get online. When the first Diablo game was super popular. If something like Google crashed back then, we’d collectively shrug and find a different search engine. No big deal. Not to get political about this, but this is why monopolies … Read more

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

Conspiracy - M.D. Neu

M.D. Neu has a new gay sci-fi book out, A New World book 3: Conspiracy. And there’s a giveaway. A little blue world, the third planet from the sun. It’s home to 7 billion people with all manner of faiths, beliefs and customs, divided by bigotry and misunderstanding, who have been told they are not alone in the universe. Anyone watching from the outside would pass by this fractured and tumultuous world, unless they had no other choice. It’s been a little over a year since Todd Landon’s life changed with the arrival of the Nentraee. Continuing his duties as … Read more

New Release: 99 Days Later – Matt Converse

99 Days Later - Matt Converse

QSFer Matt Converse has a new MM sci-fi book out, 99 days book 2: 99 Days later. While the world awaits the aliens’ return in 99 days, Mitch pines to see one alien in particular. Will Claytone return? If he does, is it crazy for Mitch to dream of a future with him? Will he pass the IQ test the aliens said they will mandate? One thing is certain: in 99 Days, planet Earth—and Mitch—will never be the same. Get It At Amazon Excerpt Planet Earth will never be the same. As he watches the spaceship disappear into the sky, … Read more