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New Release / Giveaway: The Magic Users of Greenford Trilogy – Lisa Oliver

The Magic Users of Greenford Trilogy - Lisa Oliver

Lisa Oliver has a new MM paranormal romance trilogy out: The Magic Users of Greenford. And there’s a giveaway. Lucifer Fireborn is a high magic user with a taste for the high life. He spends his days, along with his anchor brother Darwin, chasing the rogue magic users who don’t follow the rules all magic users live by. When his brother claims his own fated mate, and can’t anchor for Lucifer anymore, Lucifer has to find someone else to anchor for him, or risk setting everything and everyone around him on fire. But there’s a problem… Lucifer really doesn’t want … Read more

NEW RELEASE: Black Swan Empire – James Peters

Black Swan Empire - James Peters

James Peters has a new sci-fi adventure out, Black Swan series book 3: Black Swan Empire. Raka Varoule, Maven Blackheart, and Marco return for one final adventure in Black Swan Empire! When Maven nearly starts WWIII as a result of an international nuclear incident, she and Raka are forced to flee from Earth and return to the Galactic Empire, but they aren’t exactly welcomed with open arms. They are quickly drawn into a plot that just happens to involve the assassination of Emperor Caligula himself. With the help of some old friends and a few frenemies, they face their biggest … Read more

TV: Netflix’s “Fear Street” Breaks New Ground for Horror LGBTQ+ Representation

Fear Street

The stars of Netflix’s new Fear Street film trilogy have heaped praise on the writers for their “groundbreaking” approach to queer representation. The films, based on the book series by RL Stine, follows lesbian high-school couple Deena (Kiana Madeira) and Samantha (Olivia Scott Welch) as they grapple with an evil force responsible for horrifying murders in the town of Shadyside. LGBT+ fans have already heaped praise on Fear Street for its candid approach to queerness – a rarity in horror films – and the movie’s stars are proud of what the film series has achieved too. Full Story from Pink … Read more

REVIEW: Forgiving Lance – M.D. Grimm

Forgiving Lance - M.D. Grimm

Genre: Fantasy, Romance LGBTQ+ Category: MM Gay Reviewer: Linda, Paranormal Romance Guild Get It On Amazon About The Book A tragic secret. A trial of pain. Gust holds a secret close to his heart, and it festers like an infected wound. While part of him wants to tell Lance so they can deal with it together, he fears what it will do to his friend. The last thing he wants to do is hurt the man he is falling in love with. And it never seems the right time as they pursue Ulfr’s warriors and elude hunting parties of royal … Read more

REVIEW: Avenging Lance – M.D. Grimm

Avenging Lance - M.D. Grimm

Genre: Fantasy, Romance LGBTQ+ Category: MM Gay Reviewer: Linda, Paranormal Romance Guild Get It On Amazon About The Book A child’s memory. A journey’s end. Lance doesn’t remember the time before Ulfr found him. It’s a dark pit in his mind that he avoids at all costs. And yet, despite his best efforts, pieces start to fall, and echoes from the past begin to ring. However, he has little time to comprehend their meaning, since the Captain of the Imperial Army herself has come to collect him and bring him to the capital city of the Nifdem Empire. Whisked away … Read more

ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: Skythane – J. Scott Coatsworth

Skythane - J. Scott Coatsworth

QSFer J. Scott Coatsworth has a new queer sci fi book out, Liminal Sky: Oberon Cycle Book 1: “Skythane.” And there’s a giveaway! Jameson Havercamp, a psych from a conservative religious colony, has come to Oberon—unique among the Common Worlds—in search of a rare substance called pith. He’s guided through the wilds on his quest by Xander Kinnson, a handsome, cocky skythane with a troubled past.Neither knows that Oberon is facing imminent destruction. Even as the world starts to fall apart around them, they have no idea what’s coming—or the bond that will develop between them as they race to … Read more

REVIEW: The Divine Cities Trilogy, by Robert Jackson Bennett

The Divine Cities trilogy

Title: The Divine Cities Trilogy Author: Robert Jackson Bennett Genre: Paranormal & Urban Fantasy Publisher: Random House Pages: 1400 Reviewer: Jim Get It On Amazon About The Book A special omnibus edition, collecting all three books of Robert Jackson Bennett’s acclaimed Divine Cities trilogy in a single volume.  In a world where terrifying, capricious gods once walked the earth, enslaving and brutalizing millions, three unforgettable protagonists struggle to come to terms with the mysteries these divinities left behind— and to make sure these cruel masters do not rise again.  In City of Stairs, an unassuming young woman named Shara Thivani arrives … Read more

ANNOUNCEMENT: Darkness Found, by Riley S. Keene

Darkness Found

QSFer Riley S. Keene has a new queer fantasy LitRPG book out – dARkness: Online Book 2: Darkness Found. In The False Lands, It’s Dangerous To Go Alone. Tanisha Richards, known as Koest in dARkness: Online, is realizing her time in Otekah’s version of her favorite mobile game is a little overtuned. She’ll need an extra hand (or thirty) to help her overcome the challenges so she can get back home. But getting help means talking to people. And also convincing them to work with her. Which is way easier said than done. Will Tanisha be able to gather her … Read more

Announcement: Urban Fairy Tale, by Lex Chase

Urban Fairy Tale

QSFer Urban Fairy Tale has a new MM urban fantasy book out: Modern-day fairy-tale princess Taylor Hatfield has problems. One, he’s a guy. Two, he’s an insomniac Sleeping Beauty. Three, his practically perfect brother, Atticus Hatfield, this generation’s Snow White, has been irrevocably corrupted by the Witchking. The Library, a clandestine organization, seeks to write “The End” on Atticus, and Taylor is given the impossible task when his own parents endorse his brother’s demise. With his true love, the huntsman Corentin Devereaux, at his side, they once again set out to find Atticus, but Atticus won’t go down without a … Read more