Lander Cover

It’s finally here – the cover for Lander, releasing on February 13th! The Oberon Cycle: Book Two Sometimes the world needs saving twice. In the sequel to the Rainbow-Award-winning Skythane, Xander and Jameson thought they’d fulfilled their destiny when they brought the worlds of Oberon and Titania back together, but their short-lived moment of triumph is … Read more

Skythane Takes Home Three Rainbow Awards

Rainbow Award Winner

I’m thrilled to announce that my debut novel, Skythane, won three (and a half) awards last night in the Rainbow Awards: Best Cover: Second Place Best Gay Sci Fi: Second Place Best Debut Book: Second Place Best Book: Runner Up If you haven’t read it yet, you can grab a copy at Dreamspinner: Or … Read more

REVIEW: Skythane


One more review for Skythane – a great surprise from Anonymouse at Crystal’s Many Reviewers: For my first F3 – Just got a surprise feview for Skythane and it’s fantastic… I happened upon Skythane during one of Dreamspinner Press’s 99 cent book sales. I love M/M and Sci-Fi, so I snatched it up. How many … Read more

Five Star Review: Skythane

Skythane - Reviewing the Gap

Jeanne over at Reviewing the Gaps gave Skythane a great review: Three POVs, Shakespearian references, and a rich tapestry of a plot that’ll leave you asking for more. Skythane, by J Scott Coatsworth, proved to be a delightful Sci-Fantasy read. The story, albeit a bit short for a novel in the genre, flows naturally, and … Read more

Divine Magazine Loves Skythane


This just in… and wow. *cries a little* Debbie Attenborough at Divine Magazine just posted a great five star review of Skythane: “The story flows like a river, from its source, getting faster and faster, deeper and wider until…. well, until it reaches the sea! There is no massive info dump that you sometimes get … Read more

More Skythane Reviews!


They just keep coming in. 😛 First off, from Alicia Nordwell: “I think the cover of Skythane (which is absolutely gorgeous) pretty much sets the stage for the story. There’s a strong fantasy element, sexy men, and a setting of space/alternate planets…. I loved the threads of similarity between Jameson and Xander. It comes out … Read more