Cover Reveal: Rainbow Fantasy Anthology G R Lyons, Katelyn Brown, Pierce Smith, E M Leya, Sarah Beth James, Amir Lane, D I Cree, J M Wolf, Katie Jaarsveld, Cassie O’Brien, Peyton Landry, Hannah Walker #LGBT #Fantasy #Erotica #Vampires #Fae #God #Trolls #Mermaids

              Rainbow Fantasy is a collection which shows in depth the beautiful colours of our rainbow community, including trans, lesbian, bisexual, asexual, gay, intersex characters in rich, bold fantasy settings With something for everyone, including erotica, fae, trolls, vampires, mermaids and even a God. Again all profits go to…

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver Presents a Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo by Marlon Bundo and Jill Twiss #Children’sBook #Review #LGBT #PictureBook #GayBoyBunnies

Erryn reviews ‘Last Week Tonight with John Oliver Presents a Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo’  by Marlon Bundo and Jill Twiss, illustrated by E.G. Keller. The audiobook and ebook were published March 18, 2018. The audio is 7 fantastic minutes and the picture book is 40 beautifully illustrated pages. The publisher is Partially…

My Name Is Ayla by Phetra H. Novak #Transgender #Pansexual #Review #LGBT #Novel

Erryn reviews ‘My Name is Ayla’  by Phetra H. Novak. The ebook was published May 1, 2017, 142 pages. A copy was provided in exchange for an honest review. Why I read this book: Honestly, I was asked.  I am so glad I was. Everyone should be safe in a liberal country like Sweden.  But, Peter…

BOYSTOWN Season 8 by Jake Biondi #LGBT #Review

Dana reviews BOYSTOWN Season 8 by Jake Biondi (Published February 14, 2018, 339 pages) A copy was provided in exchange for an honest review. To read the review for BOYSTOWN Season 1 click here. To read the review for BOYSTOWN Season 2 click here. To read the review for BOYSTOWN Season 3 click here. To…

‘Never Too Late’ Anthology by various authors #LGBT #Review #Family #Love #GenderQueer #LGBTQIA+ #50+#LateInLife #MM #FF #Trans #Bi

‘Never Too Late’ Anthology. Published December 7, 2017 by Beaten Track Publishing, 131,000 words. Author’s: Caraway Carter, Ofelia Grand, Hans M Hirschi, Laura Susan Johnson, A.M. Leibowitz, Debbie McGowan, Phetra H Novak, J.P. Walker and Alexis Woods.   Nine stories about friendship, family and love, featuring LGBTQIA characters aged 50+. A complimentary copy of this…

Queer Magick & Fairy Tales by LC Davis #Review #LGBT #Halloween #Paranormal

Melissa reviews books 1 (Queer Magick) and book 2 (Fairy Tales) of LC Davis’s Queer Magick series. Published June 2017. Book 1 An LGBT+ fantasy of apocalyptic proportions. Twenty-something Holden Adams never asked to be the harbinger of the apocalypse, or for the seven lovers who come with the job. All he wanted in Stillwater, Vermont…

The Stark Divide by J. Scott Coatsworth #ReleaseDay #SciFi #LGBT #Spotlight

  J. Scott Coatsworth has a new queer sci fi book out: Some stories are epic. The Earth is in a state of collapse, with wars breaking out over resources and an environment pushed to the edge by human greed. Three living generation ships have been built with a combination of genetic mastery, artificial intelligence, technology,…

Hopeless Romantic by Francis Gideon #LGBT #Review #RGRTransAwareEvent #RGRGiveaway

Dana reviews Hopeless Romantic by Francis Gideon (Published by Riptide Publishing, April 10, 2017, 293 pages) A copy was provided in exchange for an honest review. Giveaway at bottom of post. Please check it out to win a cool prize from Rainbows4All Why I read this: I want to start out by saying how great these…

Anna Martin ‘The Impossible Boy’: #LGBTQ+ #RGRTransAwareEvent #GuestPost #Spotlight #Review #RGRGiveaway

I started working on The Impossible Boy late in 2013, when conversations around LGBT rights were definitely different to how they are today. Four years doesn’t sound like much, but the world has changed so much and conversations around trans rights in particular have definitely evolved. I had a good idea of what I wanted…

‘Trans – Trap (Volume 1)’ by Ms. Fifi Frost #LGBT #RGRtransAwareEvent #Review

Wendy reviews ‘Trans – Trap (Volume 1)’ by Ms. Fifi Frost. Self published August 6, 2017, 210 pages. What happens when small town bigotry meets big city progressiveness? Trans-Trap! Trans-Trap is the latest work by Ms. Fifi Frost. Fifi won the 2016 Next Generation Indie Book Award for her riveting memoir, Rusted Rhinestones. Trans-Trap is…

Allan Hunter: #LGBTQ+ #RGRTransAwareEvent #GuestPost #Spotlight

IDENTIFYING AS GENDERQUEER INSTEAD OF TRANSGENDER Hi! I’m Allan, and I’m genderqueer. I also qualify as transgender, but I don’t use that term. I don’t identify as transgender. My handy MacOS Dictionary defines “transgender” as: denoting or relating to a person whose sense of personal identity does not correspond with the gender assigned to them…

Julie Aitcheson ‘Being Roy’: #RGRTransAwareEvent #LGBTQ #GuestPost #Spotlight #Excerpt

Today Julie Aitchenson stops by RGR Trans Aware Event to talk about her upcoming book ‘Being Roy’ and why it is important to expose children and young adults to diverse expressions of sexuality.  Let’s all give Julie a warm hello and thank her for stopping by today, As the October release of my first young…

Jenn Polish ‘LUNAV’: #LGBTQ+ #RGRTransAwareEvent #GuestPost #Spotlight

Transition on Trains: On Being a Nonbinary Author by Jenn Polish And here I am again. On the Long Island Railroad, riding backwards with a notebook in my hand. Then, I was in tight dresses and tighter smiles. Now, my head is breezy because my hair is buzzed into a fade, the grabbable bit left…

A Fine Bromance by Christopher Hawthorne Moss #LGBT #Review #RGRTransAwareEvent

Dana reviews A Fine Bromance by Christoper Hawthorne Moss (Published by Harmony Ink Press, August 11, 2016, 180 pages) A copy was provided in exchange for an honest review. Why I read this:  The obvious reason I picked this book is that it had a trans character in it and we are having a Trans…

Gillian St. Kevern ‘The Wing Commander’s Curse’: #LGBTQ+ #RGRTransAwareEvent #Interview #Spotlight #FreeBook

Today we welcome Gillian St. Kevern.  Gillian is here today answering a few questions I had for her.  She is also giving RGR readers a free copy of her book ‘The Wing Commander’s Curse’.  Thank you Gillian for taking time to visit with us today. What got you started writing MM romance? I started out…

Joe Cosentino: #LGBTQ+ #RGRTransAwareEvent #Guestpost #Spotlight

Books of Inclusion By Joe Cosentino Like many people, I am horrified by the Trump Administrations’ assault on LGBT Americans, including on our transsexual friends. So, I appreciate Rainbow Gold Reviews’ event highlighting tran authors and characters. While not tran myself, four of my novels include major tran characters who are Caucasian, African American, Latina,…

Missy Welsh ‘Have You Seen Me?’: #LGBTQ+ #RGRTransAwareEvent #GuestPost #Review #RGRGiveaway

WHY I WROTE A ROMANCE FEATURING A TRANSMAN Bethany asked me to write a guest post for this event and, since I don’t do that very often, I asked her for some advice on what to write about. She suggested I explain why I wrote this book…and I cringed. See, I wrote this book in…

Jay Northcote ‘Starting From Scratch’: #LGBTQ+ #RGRTransAwareEvent #Interview #Spotlight #Review #RGRGiveaway

Today let’s all welcome Jay Northcote to the RGR Trans Aware Event.  Jay was gracious enough to answer a few questions for this event.  Jay was also kind enough to provide me a RC of ‘Starting From Scratch’ for a review.  So check out Jay’s wonderful interview and my review of ‘Starting From Scratch’, oh…

‘A Winter in Rome’ by Francis Gideon #LGBTQ+ #RGRTransAwareEvent #Menage #Review #Transgender

Eloreen reviews A Winter in Rome by Francis Gideon (Published November 11, 2015 by Less Than Three Press. Length: 142 pages) A copy was provided in exchange for an honest review. Blurb:  Craig is a man adrift, never quite feeling like he belongs or like he’s as successful and settled as those around him—especially his…