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

Review: Michael Murphy – Little Squirrels Can Climb Tall Trees Audio Edition

littleAuthor: Michael Murphy
Reviewer: Barb
Publisher: DreamSpinner Press LLC
Genre: M/M Contemporary

Narrator:Nick J. Russo

Length: 5 hours and 44 minutes

Kyle Miller is a rare breed. Though born to conservative parents and raised in small-town Oklahoma, Kyle realized young that he had to escape rural America. Now he’s living in New York City, working as an ER doctor, and paying off his massive student loans. He’s never been on a plane and never seen a movie, but he is worldly enough to … Continue reading

Michael Murphy -It Should Have Been You

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Author: Michael Murphy
Reviewed by: Wendy
Publisher: DreamSpinner Press
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13:   9781623805883


After a hit-and-run driver kills David McCleary, his mother, Frieda McCleary, tells her younger son, Patrick, “It should have been you.” While the McCleary family limps along for a while, it clearly died with David. In an effort to deal with her son’s death, Frieda joins a fundamentalist church while her family watches her become a stranger. When she discovers Patrick is gay, she is convinced he … Continue reading

Michael Murphy – Book Fair


Author: Michael Murphy
Reviewed by: Yvonne
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13:   9781623803162

Summary: Jacob’s time working a booth for a gay lit publisher at a huge New York City book convention isn’t turning out like he hoped. One of the publisher’s boxes goes missing, and when he finds it, the box is wrapped up in union red tape. Then he gets into a nasty debate with Toni, a hunk Jacob would rather stare at than argue with.

Maybe his first day at the … Continue reading