Review: Gregory L. Norris, J. Scott Coatsworth & Wendy Rathbone – This Wish Tonight (Mischief Corner Collections #2)


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: Gregory L. Norris, J. Scott Coatsworth & Wendy Rathbone
Reviewer: Diane
Publisher: Mischief Corner Books, LLC
Genre: Winter Holidays anthology: mm romance, holiday, Christmas, gay science fiction, gay contemporary

Summary:

Warmth, family, good cheer? Not everyone associates these things with the winter holidays. For some, it’s a time of longing and reflection. Mischief Corner Books invites authors to create stories set during the holiday season and centered on the fulfillment of a wish or desire.

Fear … Continue reading

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Review tour: Anthology Mischief Corner – This Wish Tonight

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Warmth, family, good cheer? Not everyone associates these things with the winter holidays. For some, it’s a time of longing and reflection. Mischief Corner Books invites authors to create stories set during the holiday season and centered on the fulfillment of a wish or desire.

Fear of Fire by Gregory L. Norris

Glass Artist Lucius Price works desperately to create a holiday symbol intended to help the town of Villatopia heal from a rash of unsolved … Continue reading

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Review: R. Cooper – Being(s) in Love Bundle

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Reviewer: Diane
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Fantasy/Paranormal Anthology

Summary:

Beings fall in love, too.

In a world where magical creatures came out of the closet after the First World War, romance still pops up in unexpected places. Police detective and werewolf Ray Branigan will have to overcome his own prejudices to find a happy ending, in Some Kind of Magic. Dragon and historian Philbert Jones has a challenge to face in A Boy and His Dragon—convincing … Continue reading

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Review: Flight: Queer Sci Fi’s Third Annual Flash Fiction Contest (QSF Flash Fiction Book 2)

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Author: Jerome W. Stueart; Clare London; Nina Pachebush; Ellery Jude; Hawthorne Moss; John Allenson; Zev de Valera; Liz Fury and Missy Welsh
Reviewer: Diane
Publisher: Mischief Corner
Genre: MM SciFi, Horror, Fantasy

Summary: A 300-word story should be easy, right? Many of our entrants say it’s the hardest thing they’ve ever written.

Queer Sci Fi’s Annual Flash Fiction Contest challenges authors to write a complete LGBTQ speculative fiction micro-story on a specific theme. “Flight” leaves much for … Continue reading

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Giveaway: Anthology – Private Dicks: Packing Heat

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A Bar Called Once by Daniela Jeffries—Five years after Lana, the love of her life, left her for a man she hardly knew, Ryssa threw herself into her work as a private detective. But when she realizes women are being abducted from the bar where she and Lana met, her investigation leads her to Lana’s husband as the prime suspect.

Black Suede, Red Velvet by Freddie Milano—Black Suede is one of the most exclusive clubs in town, and one … Continue reading

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Review: Anthology – Love Is Proud

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Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: JMS Books
Genre: MM Anthology

Summary

In the aftermath, many of us struggled for a way to express our grief and fear. With that goal in mind, the authors of JMS Books sought an outlet for their emotions; thus, this anthology of short stories and poems was created.

Love Is Proud celebrates queer love in all its forms, showing that love must triumph over hate. Whether it’s spending a quiet evening together at home, … Continue reading

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Review: Toni Griffin, Jon Keys and Gregory L. Norris – Behind the Uniform

512l6lxKjtL_uniformAuthor: Toni Griffin, Jon Keys and Gregory L. Norris
Reviewer: Diane
Publisher: Mischief Corner Books
Genre: MM Uniformed Personnel

Summary: **Please Note: The stories in this anthology will *not* be released individually.

Uniformed careers are a matter of choice and of sacrifice – military, fire, police, forest service, etc. – and the people who choose these careers are often dedicated to a fault. But sometimes dedication can come with a hefty price. Behind the Uniform illustrates the physical or … Continue reading

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Review: Liberty Lace – Unspeakable

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Reviewer: Wendy
Publisher: Wilde City Press
Genre: MM Anthology

Summary: Liberty Lace invites you into a world of romance both tantalizing and taboo with a collection of love stories so forbidden, so secretive, so unspeakable, it will leave you breathless.
Unspeakable/—Liberty Lace’s first anthology—features the acclaimed taboo romances Entwined, A Cousin To Kiss, The Hush-Hush Crush, Stepbrothers In Chains, Letter To Him, Islands In The Stream and Forbidden Secrets.
Dare to fall in … Continue reading

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Benefit anthology: Over the Rainbow Pulse Victims Benefit

OverTheRainbowFrontDraftUntil we meet again on the other side of the rainbow.

We all woke up to the terrible news on Sunday 12th June, 2016, of the horrific attack in Orlando, and not only did it affect the LGBT community, it also outraged the world.

So many of us felt powerless as we watched the horror unfold upon our screens, but Patricia Strehle had a remarkable idea, one that would galvanize an entire community into action. Patricia brought a group of people together … Continue reading

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Review: B.G. Thomas, J. Scott Coatsworth, Jamie Fessenden, Michael Murphy – A More Perfect Union

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Author: B.G. Thomas, J. Scott Coatsworth, Jamie Fessenden, Michael Murphy
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: MM Anthology

Summary: On June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States made a monumental decision, and at long last, marriage equality became the law of the land. That ruling made history, and now gay and lesbian Americans will grow up in a country where they will never be denied the right to marry the person they love. Continue reading

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