ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: Dropnauts – J. Scott Coatsworth

Dropnauts - J. Scott Coatsworth

J. Scott Coatsworth has a new sci-fi book out in his Liminal Sky universe: Dropnauts. And there’s a giveaway! Life after the Crash. Over a century after the end of the Earth, life goes on in Redemption, the sole remaining Lunar colony, and possibly the last outpost of humankind in the Solar System. But with an … Read more

REVIEW: The Last Run – J. Scott Coatsworth

The Last Run - J. Scott Coatsworth

Genre: Sci-Fi, Sci-Fantasy, Romance (arc) Reviewer: Melissa, Paranormal Romance Guild Get It On Amazon About The Book Sera is the last runner from Earth, bringing badly needed supplies to the Tharassas Colony across a twenty-five year gulf between the planets. Jas works on a hencha farm to make ends meet, harvesting berries from the semi-sentient … Read more

REVIEW: Fix The World Anthology

Fix the World anthology

Genre: Sci-Fi, Hopepunk Reviewer: Tony Get It On Amazon | Universal Buy Link About The Book We’re a world beset by crises. Climate change, income inequality, racism, pandemics, an almost unmanageable tangle of issues. Sometimes it’s hard to look ahead and see a hopeful future. We asked sci-fi writers to send us stories about ways … Read more

ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: Fix the World Anthology

Fix the World anthology

Other Worlds Ink has a new hopeful sci-fi anthology out: Fix the World. And there’s a giveaway! We’re a world beset by crises. Climate change, income inequality, racism, pandemics, an almost unmanageable tangle of issues. Sometimes it’s hard to look ahead and see a hopeful future. We asked sci-fi writers to send us stories about … Read more

REVIEW: Fix The World Anthology

Fix the World anthology

Genre: Sci-Fi, Hopepunk Reviewer: Cyd Get It On Amazon | Universal Buy Link About The Book We’re a world beset by crises. Climate change, income inequality, racism, pandemics, an almost unmanageable tangle of issues. Sometimes it’s hard to look ahead and see a hopeful future. We asked sci-fi writers to send us stories about ways … Read more

ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: Blood Moon – Catherine Lundoff

Blood Moon - Catherine Lundoff

Catherine Lundoff has a new lesbian paranormal fantasy out, Wolves of Wolf’s Point book 2: Blood Moon. And there’s a giveaway. The Return of the Menopausal Werewolves. The Wolf’s Point werewolf pack, born from the magic that calls small groups of middle-aged women to embrace their inner and outer wolves, has been protecting the town … Read more

REVIEW: The Bloodied Broom – Berryl & Osiris Brackhaus

The Bloodied Broom - Berryl & Osiris Brackhaus

Genre: Space Opera / Adventure Reviewer: Ulysses, Paranormal Romance Guild Get It On Amazon About The Book Lotus Knights don’t get honeymoons, but at least spending some family time on their newly unearthed and fully refurbished spaceship Pebble sounded like a good idea. Until a last-minute mission goes sideways and suddenly Yaden, Colin and their … Read more

REVIEW: Fur and Fangs – Nita Round

Fur and Fangs - Nita Round - The Evie Chester Files

Genre: Steampunk, Fantasy, Romance Reviewer: H.L. Get It On Amazon About The Book Some fight evil with swords and force. Evie and Hesta stand against evil with no more than their will and a song. In a series of violent and horrific murders, The Butcher of Bristelle, strikes terror into the heart of the city. … Read more

REVIEW: Chaos in Milan – Edale Lane

Chaos in Milan - Edale Lane

Genre: Historical, Fantasy Reviewer: Devon Get It On Amazon About The Book From Award-winning FF Historical Romance Author Edale Lane. One woman stands between chaos and order – the Night Flyer! When chaos strikes at the heart of Milan, it is up to Florentina’s alter-ego the Night Flyer to stop it. As Florentina and Madelena’s … Read more

REVIEW: The Eldritch Heart – Matthew S. Cox

The Eldritch Heart - Matthew S. Cox

Genre: Fantasy, Young Adult Reviewer: H.L. Get It At Amazon About The Book Princess Oona Talomir enjoys the little things that come with her station: a handmaiden, her lavish bedchamber, and scores of fancy dresses―the duty to win a decades’ long war, not so much. Oh, did I mention assassins? Seers foretold the conflict would … Read more