general fiction · lgbtqia content · suspense

REVIEW: Comes The Dark by P.A. Turner

The Official Description: Comes the Dark exposes a corrupt politician's shadowy world of human depravity. In possession of information which could blow that shadowy world apart, 18-year-old Kyle escapes a life of abuse and goes on the run. One step ahead of his pursuers, he flees the harsh realities of Glasgow's homeless underworld, to the… Continue reading REVIEW: Comes The Dark by P.A. Turner

general fiction · sci-fi / fantasy

REVIEW: The Unlikely Escape of Uriah Heep by H.G. Parry

The Official Description: For his entire life, Charley Sutherland has concealed a magical ability he can't quite control: he can bring characters from books into the real world. His older brother, Rob -- a young lawyer with a normal house, a normal fiancee, and an utterly normal life -- hopes that this strange family secret will… Continue reading REVIEW: The Unlikely Escape of Uriah Heep by H.G. Parry

general fiction · lgbtqia content

REVIEW: Survivor’s Guilt And Other Stories by Greg Herren

The descriptive bit: This is a collection of dark-themed suspense stories. Essentially, it's a collection of tales about murder and untimely or suspicious death. There are bodies everywhere! Guilty people abound! My thoughts bit: The stories in this book hit you with horror where you live. RIGHT in your own mind. It's filled up with… Continue reading REVIEW: Survivor’s Guilt And Other Stories by Greg Herren

general fiction · lgbtqia content

Review: The Love Left Behind by Daniel de Lorne Is Out and Proud May 4!

The short blurb bit: Nick is a pilot traveling the world with an unusual and touching mission. Lyall is an electrician from a tightly knit over-protective family. The two men meet and are instantly attracted to one another. They are both struggling with loss in their past and as they grow closer, they wrestle with… Continue reading Review: The Love Left Behind by Daniel de Lorne Is Out and Proud May 4!

general fiction · lgbtqia content · young adult

Review: Deposing Nathan by Zack Smedley

It only took about five pages for me to be hooked on this novel. The introduction of both characters instantly made me curious about them, and that increased steadily. There's been a beating. There's been a stabbing. Nate and Cam have ended up across from each other in a deposition because of the violence that… Continue reading Review: Deposing Nathan by Zack Smedley