ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: Dropnauts – J. Scott Coatsworth

J. Scott Coatsworth has a new queer sci-fi book out in his Liminal Sky universe: Dropnauts. And there’s a giveaway! Life after the Crash. Over a century after the end Continue Reading →

ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: Cailleadhama Audiobook – J. Scott Coatsworth

J. Scott Coatsworth’s MM “elf-meets-trans-man in post-climate-change San Francisco” book Cailleadhama is now out in audiobook format. And there’s a giveaway! Colton is a trans man living in a climate-changed world. Continue Reading →

ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: Blood Moon – Catherine Lundoff

Catherine Lundoff has a new lesbian paranormal fantasy out, Wolves of Wolf’s Point book 2: Blood Moon. And there’s a giveaway. The Return of the Menopausal Werewolves. The Wolf’s Point Continue Reading →

ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: The Boy Who Chased After His Shadow – Jeff Jacobson

Jeff Jacobson has a new queer YA urban fantasy romance out, Broom Closet Stories book 3: “The Boy Who Chased After His Shadow.” And there’s a giveaway! What If an Continue Reading →

ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: Canopy – Liz Faraim

Liz Faraim has a new lesbian contemporary thriller out, book 1 in the Vivian Chastain series: “Canopy.” Vivian Chastain is an adrenaline addicted veteran transitioning to civilian life in Sacramento, Continue Reading →

ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: Innovation – Queer Sci Fi’s Sixth Flash Fiction Anthology

Queer Sci Fi’s sixth annual flash fiction anthology is here – “Innovation” – and there’s a giveaway too! IN-NO-VA-TION (Noun) 1) A new idea, method, or device. 2) The introduction Continue Reading →

ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: Power Inversion – Sara Codair

Sara Codair has a new queer supernatural/urban fantasy book out, Evanstar Chronicles book two: ‘Power Inversion.” And there’s a giveaway! Do you have to be a monster to fight one? Continue Reading →

ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: Slow Thaw, by J. Scott Coatsworth

J. Scott Coatsworth has a new MM trans/cisgender holiday romance book out: Slow Thaw. Javier Fernandez is a climate scientist living in a research station near the South Pole. Since Continue Reading →