Dystopian · lgbtqia content · sci-fi / fantasy

REVIEW: Earnest Ink by Alex Hall

The Official Description: While twenty-year-old FTM Hemingway is making an excellent living as a tattoo artist in a near-future version of Hell’s Kitchen, the rest of the country is splintered and struggling in the wake of a war gone on for too long. Technology has collapsed, borders rise and fall overnight, and magic has awakened… Continue reading REVIEW: Earnest Ink by Alex Hall

lgbtqia content · M/F Romance · own voices author

REVIEW: Through the Inferno by Jessi Noelle

The Official Description: Firefighter Jason Merone was severely burned and injured when the building he and his best friend were in collapsed as they were rescuing a young child. Depressed and nearly inconsolable, it’s not until his home care nurse, Zoe Calder, spots the telltale signs of severe depression and confronts him that Jason finds the… Continue reading REVIEW: Through the Inferno by Jessi Noelle

Contemporary · lgbtqia content · own voices author

REVIEW: Tea and Coffee by Matthew J. Metzger

The Official Description: Tea (A Cup of John #1) - John only went into the cafe to have a brew and wait out the storm. He didn’t expect to find love at the same time. And it really is love at first sight. Chris is like nobody John’s ever known, and John is caught from… Continue reading REVIEW: Tea and Coffee by Matthew J. Metzger