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…

‘Sons of Earth’ by James Cox #LGBT #PickForMe #Review

Bethany reviews ‘Sons of Earth’ by James Cox.  Published by Evernight Publishing on October 18, 2016, 86 pgs. Why I read this book: This week is pick for me.  Originally Eloreen picked a different title by this author but unfortunately it was unavailable as a review copy.  But this author graciously offered a review copy of…

‘Man & Beast (The Savage Land Book 1)’ #LGBT #Historical #Review

Bethany reviews ‘Man & Beast (The Savage Land Book 1) by Michael Jensen.  Published by Buddha Kitty Books on November 29, 2016, 307 pgs. Why I read this book:  This week is Historical week and I wasn’t sure what to read.  When Marc send me the blurb for this one I thought it sounded different from what…

‘Belligerent Beta’ by Poppy Dennison #LGBT #Review #NewToMeAuthor

Bethany reviews ‘Belligerent Beta’ by Poppy Dennison.  Published by Wilde City Press on May 17, 2014, 98 pgs. Why I read this book: This week is “new to me author” week and as I was looking through the vault I came across this one.  And I was in the mood for something short and shifters.  WIN WIN…

‘Hummingbird House’ by @thekenziecade #Review #Interview #BlogTour

When and why did you begin writing? I started writing when I was a teenager. I’ve always written. I just didn’t have the knowledge as to how to organize it. My imagination has always been there, running rampant, and without putting those thoughts and daydreams down on paper I may have driven myself insane sooner…

‘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.…

‘The Truth’ & ‘The Fight’ George & Harvey Series by @ItsAshleyJohn #Review #Interview

Bethany reviews ‘The Truth’ and ‘The Fight’ by Ashley John. (‘The Truth’ self-published on June 26, 2014) & (‘The Fight’ self-published on July 20, 2014) I want to welcome Ashley John to RGR today, he was gracious enough to answer a few questions that I had about George and Harvey.  He also talks about his…

‘Moon Chilled’ by @CaitlinRicci #LGBT #Review

Why I read this book: We were provided a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Blurb: When Shae was thirteen she ran away from a sexually and physically abusive alpha but getting to safety meant leaving her mate, Maiki, behind. Now that she’s twenty-three Shae has made an isolated life for…

‘A Tooth For A Fang’ by @LiviaOlteano #Review #BookBlast

Bethany reviews ‘A Tooth For A Fang’ by Live Olteano. (Published by Dreamspinner Press on September 3rd, 2014)   Publisher: Dreamspinner Press Cover Artist: AngstyG Blurb: Three days. Three dead bodies. One newly turned, broken-hearted lycan tracker to figure out the connection. The one summer Rick Barton takes a vacation, all hell breaks loose. Running from…

‘Finding Release'(Wild R Farm Series 1) by @Silvia_Violet #LGBT #Review #Giveaway

Bethany reviews ‘Finding Release ‘Wild R Farm Series #1) by Silvia Violet. ( This book was released by Silvia Violet Books on December 6, 2012, 169 pgs ) Why I read this book: Hello SHIFTERS, and when I saw this was coming out on audio I thought I would do a reread to review for the book…

Not Just Friends @Jay_Northcote #LGBT #Review

Bethany reviews Jay Northcote’s ‘Not Just Friends’. (The book was published by Dreamspinner Press on February 23, 2014 , 206 pgs). Why I read this book: We were provided a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Leaving home to go to university is an exciting phase in anyone’s life. One that’s full of new places, new…

Eloreen Moon gives 8/10 pots of gold for “Transgression” by Theo Fenraven

Why I choose to read: The book was provided by the author to RGB for the purposes of an honest review.  Thank you, Fen.  It captured my attention with a little mystery, romance, and the two different gender identifications of bisexual and transgender men. Blurb: Zachary Fox can’t sleep. His acting career is taking off.…