It has been awhile since, I have updated. So thought I would let everyone know what's been going on. First, I am happy to report that Breaking Bones has a tentative release date. It will be in 2023. But I don't want to announce the exact date until we are closer to it being ready.… Continue reading Updates
Rift Cycle – Halo Scot
future. The world is broken, the last of humanity has been forced to live in Antarctica, the only livable habit remaining on earth. But due to a series of events before the story, the axis of the earth has changed and now Antarctica is mostly a desert wasteland. These same events also caused a rift to appear that tore open a portal between planes of existence. This led to humans receiving powers based on the season they were born. This also led to ancient Gods coming to Earth to force worship and eventually, through the course of the story, war.
Matriarch – Book Review
Matriarch is a story by Adam Wing about an elder woman preparing to die. She is quite old and the whole family has shown up at the hospital. Though most of them are there to see what they will inherit. But she only wants to see her great-granddaughter. In the hours before her passing, she tells the story of how she came to be married to her husband. Slowly revealing hidden secrets that the family never knew about, until now.
Travelers – Book Review
Travelers is the first book of the Travelers Series by Al Hess. This is the second series by him that I have read. The first being the Hepcats of Boise. This story is more post-apocalyptic than the dystopian Hepcats stories were. Though it is the first book of the series, there was a prequel story that was released later titled Toskaheart, that I had read first. It was listed as Book 0 of the series.
Elf Child – Book Review
Elf Child is a story by David M. Pierce that came out in 2003. I mention the year, as this is a book I have previously read. I bought this book about a year after it came out from an LGBTQ book store in San Diego. I remember reading it and falling in love with it. It was always so refreshing to read fantasy-type stories with an LGBTQ protagonist.
The Problem with Mistletoe – Book Review
The Problem with Mistletoe is a Christmas themed book part of the Five Point series by Kyle Baxter. Each story stands independent of each other and shares a common thread with the series name.
The Marquess of Gorsewall Manor – Book Review
The Marquess of Gorsewall Manor is a period piece story. Written by Adella J Harris, it tells the story of Thomas Brook who flees London after being arrested and sent to prison for sodomy, after he was caught naked with other men at a Molly House. He manages to flee to the country but collapses from exhaustion. He is found by a stranger who brings Thomas to his manor and helps him recover.
The Stagsblood Prince – Book Review
The Stagsblood Prince is the first book in the series, The Stagsblood Trilogy, by Gideon E. Wood. This is a gay-themed fantasy story which is what drew me to the story. I enjoy fantasy stories, but so few seem to have any LGBTQ characters outside of coded characters.
Fifteen Hundred Miles From The Sun – Book Recommendation
“Fifteen Hundred Miles from the Sun” is a story written by Jonny Garza Villa. It is a Young Adult Novel about Julián who lives in Texas with his widowed father. It is his senior year of high school and he is in the closet. Secretly, he has been crushing after Mat, a boy from California that he met on Twitter. But after getting drunk at a party, he unintentionally comes out via Twitter.
Broken Strings – Book Review
roken Strings is a romance story by Casey Carson. It is a story about recovery, abuse, finding a way out of those situations, and being able to find love and happiness. In the story, we meet Corey, a famous singer who was recently attacked and severely injured.