Prosperity by Alexis Hall #LGBT #Audiobook #Review #Steampunk #MM

Marc reviews ‘Prosperity’ (Prosperity #1) by Alexis Hall. This book was released by Riptide Publishing on October 27th, 2014 and is 192 pages long. The audiobook was released by Hedgehog Inc on May 27th, 2016, was narrated by Nicholas Boulton and is 6 hrs and 6 mins long. Why I read this book: While I…

Skeletons In The Closet by Kayla Bain-Vbra #LGBT #Review #Shorts

MtSnow reviews ‘Skeletons In The Closet’ by Kayla Bain-Vrba. Published by Less Than Three Press on March 30, 2016. 42 pages. Why MtSnow reviewed this book: This week was ‘2 for 1 short story’ week, and I saw this cover in NetGalley, and read the blurb. It looked a bit mysterious, and just what I…

Blood and Clockwork by Katey Hawthorne #LGBT #MM #Asexual #Review #Short

MtSnow reviews ‘Blood and Clockwork’ by Katey Hawthorne. Published by Less Than Three Press on March 16, 2016. 69 pages. This week was ‘2 for 1 short story’ week, and I saw this gorgeous cover in NetGalley, and read the blurb. It looked right up my alley, and I had to grab it. In the…

‘A Matter of Disagreement(Mechanical Universe #1) by E.E. Ottoman #LGBT #Audiobook #Review

MtSnow reviews ‘A Matter of Disagreement(Mechanical Universe #1) by E.E. Ottoman, published by Less Than Three Press, released on Audio Sept. 28th, 2015 Why MtSnow listened to this story: When I saw this book come through my audiobook feed as a new release I couldn’t believe I didn’t already have this little series of novellas…

‘Precious Metals’ by L.A. Witt #LGBT #Review

Sara reviews ‘Precious Metals’ by L.A. Witt. This book was published on October 27, 2014 by Riptide Publishing and is 152 pages long. NOTE: A copy of this book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Why I read this book: I love a good adventure and stories about law enforcement are always a…

‘Alchemy Ever After’ by @RaineOTierney & @sionotierney #GuestPost #Giveaway

Collaborating…Over Dinner Sometimes (a very rare few times) Raine and I will have a spark, a moment of pure intuition, and we’ll simply know what story we should be working on together. Those are glorious, albeit rare. More often, we agonize over the decision, arguing the pros and cons of various genres, character archetypes, and…