Review: A.M. Hawke – The Cyborg He Brought Home

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Author: A.M. Hawke
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: Less Than Three Press
Genre: MM Contemporary

Summary: Jake is bored of life in Greentree, a settlement of wizards who eschew technology and channel their magic through tattoos. Then a visitor arrives: Cory, a cyborg with coppery hair and metallic hands. Jake is fascinated by Cory’s metal parts, curious what it would feel like to touch them. But the others in Greentree aren’t so sure about a visitor they consider unnatural… 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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Review: Carol Holland March – The Man Who Watched the Stars

the manAuthor: Carol Holland March
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: Compass Rose Press
Genre: MM Sci Fi

Summary: Love and Longing in the Desert: a M/M romance

A woman scientist learns that her ex-husband, the most famous astronaut on Earth, was forced out of military service for mysterious reasons. What will happen to him now that the aliens who brought their advanced technology to Earth are leaving?
Review: This is a very short story and has bittersweet undertones. The blurb … Continue reading

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Giveaway: Archer Kay Leah – For The Clan

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Canada, 2165 AD. The Water Wars and a decimated economy have taken their toll. Anyone who doesn’t live in a military-patrolled metropolis lives in a clan. But being in a clan doesn’t mean safety.

And for a Ven like Roan Lee, it doesn’t matter where he lives. Safety is a luxury. So is freedom.

Roan is desperate to escape the governtary’s exploitation and torture. He is nothing to them but 54σK1, an artifact born from a genetic mishap. When … Continue reading

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Review: TJ Klune – Withered and Sere

witheredAuthor: TJ Klune
Reviewer: Sandra
Publisher: DSP Publications
Genre: MM Dystopian

Summary: Once upon a time, humanity could no longer contain the rage that swelled within, and the world ended in a wave of fire.

One hundred years later, in the wasteland formerly known as America, a broken man who goes only by the name of Cavalo survives. Purposefully cutting himself off from what remains of civilization, Cavalo resides in the crumbling ruins of the Northern Idaho Correctional Institution. … Continue reading

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Review: Loren Rhoads – The Dangerous Type In the Wake of the Templars Book One

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Author: Loren Rhoads
Reviewer: Vivian
Publisher: Night Shade Books
Genre: Sci fi Erotica
ISBN: n/a

Summary:
Set in the wake of a galaxy-wide war and the destruction of a human empire, The Dangerous Type follows the awakening of one of the galaxy’s most dangerous assassins and her quest for vengeance. Entombed for twenty years, Raena has been found and released.

Thallian has been on the lam for the last fifteen years; a wanted war … Continue reading

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J. Johanis – Slash Op character interview and giveaway

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Character Interview with Staff Sergeant Gail ~ How’s gay sex for a straight guy?

JJ: I’d like to start off by thanking you for agreeing to this interview. I’m sorry to say this, but the questions I have for you today are not exactly easy.

Gail: Thank you for having me. Of course, I cannot reveal classified information, but I’ll do my best to answer whatever you ask.

JJ: Very well, I’d like to start … Continue reading

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Review: J.L. Merrow & Josephine Myles – Help, My Boyfriend’s an Alien!

28370523Author: J.L. Merrow & Josephine Myles
Reviewer: Sandra
Publisher: Self Published
Genre: M/M Sci Fi Anthology
ISBN:N/A

Summary:
Love—and desire—that’s out of this world…

It’s time to suit up, take those protein pills, and boldly come where no man has come before. Take a trip to the future, or do your bit for inter-planetary relations with some close encounters of a very unusual kind.

In this erotic science fiction triple feature you’ll meet a cat that’s … Continue reading

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Review: Lyn Gala – Desert World Immigrant

26833240Author: Lyn Gala
Reviewer:Vivian
Publisher: DSP Publications
Genre:M/M Sci Fi
ISBN:N/A

Summary:
Desert World: Book Three

Lieutenant Commander Verly Black is ready to leave the atrocities of war behind and immigrate to the planet of Livre, where he can build a future away from the ghosts of his past. He doesn’t expect to find a kindred spirit in councilman Naite Poli—a man with secrets as dark as Verly’s own and bearing the scars to prove it. … Continue reading

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HR Harrison – From the Stars They Fell excerpt and giveaway

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An alien ship crash lands on Earth, leaving its only occupant stranded. But in a fortunate twist, Earth is a hospitable planet for Veni, from the atmosphere and food to the friendly and intelligent inhabitants.

The first such inhabitants Veni meets call themselves dwarves. And though they don’t understand the technology that brought the alien to them, they insist on being hospitable. Sure, Veni doesn’t understand why the inhabitants of this land insist on speaking a language that modifies for … Continue reading

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