‘The Trial Show: The Resistance’ is a dystopian story and is the first book in its series. It is filled with LGBTQ, romance, and science fiction. If you are into complex scenes and plotlines, this one is for you.
‘Forbidden Love’ is a fiction romance about Mark and Jess and how they overcome obstacles both individually and together as friends and possibly more. The closeness and relationship between them are undeniable. Mark has strong sexual feelings for Jessie, and although Jesse marries his… Continue Reading “Forbidden Love by Dee Rose (Book Review #1373)”
The midnight man is a fantasy fiction LGBTQ story about Stanley and how he does not feel happy with his partner at the age of fifty. After meeting Asher, things change, and he senses something special about him. Stanley feels that his world has… Continue Reading “The Midnight Man by Kevin Klehr (Book Review #1161)￼”
Boy, falling is a historical fiction that begins with Gerard Rougeaus leaving Montreal, his home for New York City. The story is set in 1909 and tells the story of Gerard’s journey. He has a half-sister Jeannette and two nieces who are struggling. The… Continue Reading “Boy, Falling by Jenny Jaeckel (Book Review #1117)￼”
The swimmer is a fictional tale about Bess and her journey, making her final decisions about her life. It hasn’t been easy for Bess. She has lost the battle with pancreatic cancer, a failed marriage, and as a psychotherapist, she understands that her focus… Continue Reading “The Swimmer by Laury A. Egan (Book Review #1043)”
Horn-Horn, Cracked is a young adult comedy fantasy novel written about Cassie. Book two is a continuation of book one. Cassie goes back to school. Pete, a convicted murderer, is astray and causes chaos in town. Cassie somehow gets pulled into the whole ordeal… Continue Reading “Horn-Horn, Cracked (The Horn -Horn Series Book 2) by A. D. T. Mclellan (Book Review #707)”
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Hashtag Queer LGBTQ is a collection of fictional stories, poetry, non- fiction essays, memoirs, scripts, and screenplays. The book is a way of expression for the struggles the Queer literature has suffered. The unsuccessful attempts of failing to publish, to write, to be heard,… Continue Reading “Hashtag Queer LGBTQ+ vOL 3. By Sage Kalmus (Book Review #605)”