ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: Migration – Queer Sci Fi Flash Fiction Anthology #5

Migration

Queer Sci Fi has just released the annual QSF Flash Fiction anthology. This year, the theme is “Migration.” MI-GRA-TION (noun) 1) Seasonal movement of animals from one region to another. 2) Movement of people to a new area or country in order to find work or better living conditions. 3) Movement from one part of … Read more

ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: Baja Clavius, by Madeira Desouza

COVER Baja Clavius

Madeira Desouza has a new gay erotic sci fi tale out: Baja Clavius. This controversial science fiction adventure depicts gay male time travel agents with very bad behaviors. They are violent and immoral men. A few hundred years from now, these time travel agents work within a top-secret agency located beneath the crater Clavius on … Read more

ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: Tales From Ardulum, by J.S. Fields

Tales from Ardulum

J.S. Fields has a new FF sci fi book out: Tales From Ardulum. One year after saving the Neek homeworld and redefining the people’s religion, the crew of the Scarlet Lucidity returns to the Charted Systems for a much-needed break. For Nicholas and Yorden, the Systems will always be home, but for Emn and Atalant, … Read more

ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: A Fall in Autumn, by Michael G. Williams

COVER - A Fall in Autumn - Michael G. Williams copy

Michael G. Williams has a new queer sci fi book out: A Fall in Autumn. WELCOME TO THE LAST OF THE GREAT FLYING CITIES It’s 9172, YE (Year of the Empire), and the future has forgotten its past. Soaring miles over the Earth, Autumn, the sole surviving flying city, is filled to the brim with … Read more

ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: The Hands We’re Given, by O.E. Tearmann

The Hands We're Given - O.E. Tearmann

O.E. Tearmann has a new MM (trans) hard sci fi/cyberpunk tale out, book one in their “Aces High, Jokers Wild” series: “The Hands We’re Given.” Aidan Headly never wanted to be the man giving orders. That’s fine with the Democratic State Force base he’s been assigned to command: they don’t like to take orders. Nicknamed … Read more

Great Review for Repetition

Repetition

Just got a great review for Repetition from Rainbow Book Reviews: http://www.rainbowbookreviews.com/book-reviews/repetition-by-j-scott-coatsworth “While the technology of time travel Davis uses is sort of explained, at least enough to make it plausible if you don’t go too deep, it is not really the focus of this story.”What I found fascinating is the human part of the … Read more