‘Shadow’s Fall’ by J.K. Hogan #LGBT #BlogTour #Giveaway #GuestPost

Today I’m very lucky to be interviewing J.K. Hogan author of Shadows Fall. Hi J.K., thank you for agreeing to this interview. Tell us a little about yourself, your background, and your current book. Tell us about your book. Shadows Fall is a bit of a divergence from what I’ve been writing lately. I’ve been…

‘Buzz & Blow – Shave & Shimmer – Fade & Fluff’ by Alex Carreras #LGBT #BookBlast #Giveaway

Publisher: Wilde City Press Cover Artist: Adrian Nichols   In the city of Sangre, Florida, vampires and humans coexist happily until one ancient and powerful vampire decides to mess up the entire thing. The hairdressers at Everlasting Salon who service vampires and humans alike decide to face the threat that lands on their doorstep enlisting…

The Homeport Journals by A.C. Burch #Review #LGBT

Dawn reviews The Homeport Journals by A.C. Burch, which was released on 18th March 2015, by Wilde City Press, and is 352 pages long.   Fleeing New York City and an abusive partner, would-be writer Marc Nugent finds work at HomePort, the Provincetown mansion of Lola Staunton, a fabulously wealthy recluse. Aided by an attractive-but-unattainable…

‘Foolish Encounters’: A Rainbow Gold Anthology #BlogTour #LGBT #Giveaway

Goodreads  Publisher: Wilde City Press, LLC Cover Artist: Adrian Nicholas   Blurb: An accident, a chance encounter, a thought blurted out, a boat blown off course, a change in direction that suddenly runs into the line of fire – the smallest misstep can change everything. These foolish encounters are the moments around which lives pivot…

Slasherazzi by Daniel A. Kaine #Review #LGBT #Mystery #Horror

Dawn reviews Daniel A. Kaines “Slasherazzi”, published by Wilde City Press on 15th June 2014, and is approx 192 pages.   Recently promoted to Detective, Alex is out to prove himself and the Slasherazzi case is the perfect opportunity. Mutilated corpses are showing up across Tampa, and when the team discovers the newest victim was…

‘December 1903: The Iroquois’ by @OwenKeehnen #Review #LGBT #NewRelease

Bethany reviews ‘December 1903: The Iroquois’ by Owen Keehnen (Published December 3rd, 2014 by Wilde City Press) Why I read this book:  I normally would not pick up a book set that far in the past but after reading the blurb I was intrigued. We were given this book in exchange for an honest review.…

FOR AUTHORS: LGBT Submission Calls ;)

***** Dear LGBT Authors, you might be interested in a selection of current LGBT submission calls from various publishers 😉 The information is directly from the publisher sites or from emails sent to us from the publishers, so the styles are very different. We hope you will find them helpful. If there are any other…

Young Digby Swank by Owen Keehnen #LGBT #Review #Guestpost

  Marc reviews Owen Keehnen’s Young Digby Swank. (The book was published by Wilde City Press on September 11th, 2013, 277 pgs). This book was provided free of charge for an honest review by the author and Wilde City Press. Why I read this book: To be honest, I had never heard about this book when the author approached…

The Next by @RafeHaze #LGBT #Review

Dawn reviews Rafe Haze’s ‘The Next’. (The book was published by Wilde City Press on April 23rd, 2014, 315 pgs). This book was provided free of charge for an honest review.   Romantic Suspense novel, often called The Gay Rear Window. A romance springs to life as two strangers merge with a common goal: to…