"The fates say all three of them belong together, like broken pieces of carnival glass just itching for a bit of glue, and the fates are never wrong, are they?"
"Clarity features 300-word speculative flash fiction stories from across the rainbow spectrum, from the minds of the writers of Queer Sci Fi."
"Fated mates, thrown together by chance, and the looming threat of a fabled Huntsman who might tear them apart forever. "
"The spa allows vampires to feed from humans directly while providing spa and sexual services, granting the donor a three-month reprieve from their required donations. Tobin’s encounter at Biter opens a window to his past and an experience he had as a child on the moon. Questions abound as he tries to unravel his past and make sense of his life."
"When life gives me lemons, I use them as ammunition. I’ve had to fight for my happy ending."
"...a cast of diverse LGBTQ+ individuals who struggle to find love, comfort, and fulfillment. .."
"A knocking. A ringing. A steady drip-drip-drip. These are the sounds that haunt us...ten stories written exclusively by trans and nonbinary authors that explore the chilling, perplexing, terrifying nature of sound."
"...Creed knows better than to bring a mortal into his world, even one who could help him find the link between the pack of violent vampires preying on the people of Santa Cruz and Creed’s past..."
Karenna Colcroft has a new MM paranormal / urban fantasy romance out, Real Werewolves Don't Eat Meat book 2: Veggie Burgers to Go. And there's a giveaway.A member of Boston North Pack is attacked by humans who say they were hired by a shifter. The same night, Melia, the wolf who changed Kyle Slidell, returns … Continue reading Veggie Burgers To Go By Karenna Colcroft [Book Spotlight]
Welcome to issue one of Matt Doyle Media Monthly! This month, we're looking at Prey, The Sandman, Baccano!, and more!
"If Desi has any hope of finding balance in life, she must help Hope confront the ghosts of her past, while confronting her own assumptions about race, power, and identity in the present."
"Will these new space endeavors continue to bring the human and the Nentraee together or will a conspiracy hiding in the shadows fracture an already shaky alliance?"
"He doesn’t anticipate a friendship, either, or what that friendship would become and the choices he would be forced to make."
"A little blue world, the third planet from the sun. It’s home to seven billion people with all manner of faiths, beliefs and customs, divided by bigotry and misunderstanding, who have been told they are not alone in the universe. Anyone watching from the outside would pass by this fractured and tumultuous world, unless they had no other choice."