‘The Story Of Us’ by Barbara Elsborg #LGBTQ+ #Review

Bethany reviews ‘The Story Of Us’ by Barbara Elsborg.  Self-published on October, 28th 2018, 435 pages. Why I read this book:  After reading the blurb I knew I wanted to learn more about these two. NOTE: We were provided a copy in exchange for an honest review. Two boys. One love. Ten summers.  Are you…

Noah’s Song (Port Haven Book 1) by Jaclyn Osborn #LGBT #Audio #RGRGiveaway #Review #MM #YA

Erryn reviews ‘Noah’s Song’ (Port Haven Book 1) by Jaclyn Osborn. The ebook was published August 30, 2017.The audiobook version of this story was narrated by Shea Taylor, released on November 10, 2017 and is 8 hrs and 49 mins long. ***Check out the giveaway at the bottom of this review for a chance to…

Reader’s Choice: Which book should MtSnow read next? #LGBT #Spotlight #Poll

  MtSnow’s list of possible reads – Wow. A lot of brand new authors here! Looking forward to what readers will pick for me to read… Here are 5 potential choices for me. You can find the book covers, blurbs, etc below and vote for the one you want me to review next. It will…

Spy Stuff by Matthew J. Metzger #Review #Transgender #Acceptance

Melissa reviews Spy Stuff by Matthew J. Metzger Published April 30th 2016 by Queerteen Press, 226 pages. Anton never thought anyone would ever want to date him. Everyone knows nobody wants a transgender boyfriend, right? So he’s as shocked as anyone when seemingly-straight Jude Kalinowski asks him out, and doesn’t appear to be joking. The…

Lou Hoffmann’s Wraith Queen’s Veil Blog Tour Finale: Where will the Sun Child go from here? (And how to win a signed paperback)

Hi, I’m Lou Hoffmann, and I’m very happy to be here on Rainbow Gold for the last official stop in my tour celebrating the release of Wraith Queen’s Veil. What I’ve decided to do is give you an idea of what is still in store for Lucky (aka Luccan Elieth Perdhro, Mannatha, Suth Chiell of…

Memorizing You by Dan Skinner #RainbowAwardNominee #LGBT #YA #Review

Wendy reviews Memorizing You by Dan Skinner. Published July 9,2013, 292 pages. From acclaimed m/m romance photographer, Dan Skinner, a coming of age tale unfolds against the colorful, stylish, and turbulent backdrop of free love, revolution, and The Beatles. Two high school boys from different walks of life: Ryan, a handsome athlete, and David, an…

‘Spy Stuff’ by Matthew J. Metzger #LGBT #Guestpost #Spotlight #Giveaway #NewRelease

***** Please welcome Matthew J. Metzger to our blog today. He will share some insights about ”What I don’t know about being trans’ and introduce his brand-new book that released on May 1, 2016. Read on to know more, especially for winning a copy of the eBook, Spy Stuff! Anton never thought anyone would ever want to date…

Carry The Ocean:The Roosevelt #1 by Heidi Cullinan #LGBT #ReaderPick #Review

MtSnow reviews ‘Carry The Ocean: The Roosevelt Book #1″ by Heidi Cullinan. Published by Samhain Publishing on April 7, 2015. 268 pages. During RGR’s anniversary celebration the readers had a chance to vote for which books they wanted us to review the most. Carry the Ocean was one of them. Because I loved the book…

Vintage: A Ghost Story by Steve Berman, narrator Jason Frazier – #Audiobook #Review #LGBT

MtSnow reviews ‘Vintage: A Ghost Story’ by Steve Berman, published by Lethe press, released March 1st 2007. Audio edition narrated by Jason Frazier, released August 9th 2014. Why MtSnow chose to review this story: This one had all the elements that fascinate me, including a mystery, ghosts, and urban legends. And to top it off,…

‘The Rules of Ever After’ by Killian B. Brewer #LGBT #BlogTour #Giveaway

Today I’m very lucky to be interviewing Killian B. Brewer author of The Rules of Ever After. Hi Killian, thank you for agreeing to this interview. Tell us a little about yourself, your background, and your current book. Thanks for asking me to visit the blog! I’m Killian B. Brewer, though most people just call…

‘Spell Bound’ The Warlock Brothers of Havenbridge: Book One by Jacob Flores #LGBT #Review

Bethany reviews ‘Spell Bound’ by Jacob Flores.  Published by Dreamspinner Press on May 27th, 2015.  218 pages We were provided a copy in exchange for an honest opinion. Why I read:  I am a big fan of Jacob Flores’ books so I wanted to see how he would handle a paranormal. Mason Blackmoor just can’t…

‘Love Spell’ by Mia Kerick #LGBT #BlogTour #Giveaway #Review

Mt Snow reviews ‘Love Spell’ by Mia Kerick, Publisher: Cool Dudes Publishing, Released June 1st 2015, 177 pgs   Goodreads Link Publisher: Cool Dudes Publishing Cover Artist: Louis C. Harris Strutting his stuff on the catwalk in black patent leather pumps and a snug orange tuxedo as this year’s Miss (ter) Harvest Moon feels so very…

‘The Other Me’ @suzanne_writer #LGBT #Transgender #Review

MtSnow reviews ‘The Other Me’ by Suzanne Van Rooyen, published by Harmony Ink Press, 216 pgs, December 19, 2013 Why MtSnow read this book: The cover grabbed my attention first, then the blurb. I happen to enjoy young adult stories, and the fact that adolescents are in such a confusing time as it is, I…

‘Poz’ by @christopherink #LGBT #BlogTour

“Ten Songs I Wrote Poz To, Plus Five Bonus Songs Because I’m A Giver Like That” Christopher Koehler Thank so much for asking me about music and Poz, because the truth is music is an important part of my writing process. Sometimes I need a fast, thumping beat to get me going in the morning,…

‘The Filly’ by Mark R. Probst #LGBT #Audiobook #Review #YA

MtSnow reviews ‘The Filly’ by Mark R. Pobst. ( This audiobook was released by Lethe Press on July 25th, 2014. Length: 6 hrs 24 min ) Why I Listened To This Story: Being transplanted to Montana during my impressionable teen years, I went through my cowboy phase, having read most all the Louis L’Amour and Zane Grey I could get my…