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Reviewers needed for genderqueer horror novel

Hi! I've recently published my debut novel 81 NIGHTMARES, a unique horror experience with a genderqueer protagonist. I'm currently looking for queer book blogs to review it. Please comment below if…Continue

Tags: nightmares, lgbt, queer, genderqueer, horror

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Trying to add blogs to my March 2015 blog tour

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Reviewers Needed for Lesbian Romance

My name is Sage and I run Sage's Blog Tours. I am currently booking tour stops for the lesbian romance, A Woman Lost by T.B. Markinson. I would appreciate if you would take a moment to read the book…Continue

Started by Sage Adderley Oct 10, 2013.

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Comment by Book Buzz on November 9, 2015 at 3:34pm

Mystery/GLBTQ For Review

Murder in Pastel
By Josh Lanyon
Publisher: JustJoshin Publishing
Published: September 2015
ISBN: 978-1937909819
Genre: Mystery, GLBTQ

Ten years ago Cosmo Bari vanished, and with him, his legendary masterpiece, Virgin in Pastel. Since that day no one in the seaside art colony of Steeple Hill has heard from the eccentric painter.

Surrounded by an extended family of Cosmo’s colorful compatriots, mystery writer Kyle Bari believes he has come to terms with being abandoned by his famous father, until the day Adam MacKinnon arrives with his new lover, the beautiful but poisonous, Brett.

Brett has an unerring instinct for other people’s weak spots; soon the quiet colony is seething with hostility and suspicion as Brett hints he knows something about the missing artist...

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Josh Lanyon

Comment by Fuentes on October 18, 2015 at 6:35am

The Raven Room by Ana Medeiros

A mystery/suspense story with erotic elements rather dark sometimes.
The ending is good and let you with a lot of questions.


Comment by Beck Valley Books Blog on July 9, 2015 at 1:38pm

BRAND NEW heart-warming f/f romance, DISCOVERING DELILAH by Melissa Foster now released!
Cali Book Reviews 'Melissa Foster has written this book beautifully'.......

A loving story of friendship, family & the courage to love

"My review for this book was due on July 9th, and I’ve gotta say, I’ve had the book done & review scheduled since MAY 29. After reading Catching Cassidy and reviewing it, I couldn’t wait to read Delilah’s story & learn more about her! I kind of wondered how well I would like the book because it is a female/female love story, and I’ve never read one before. I’ve gotta say though, this book was amazing! If anyone can pull off a f/f love story, it’s most definitely Melissa Foster! This story isn’t overly sexual, not overly descriptive, etc. If you’re worried about reading THAT, you don’t have to worry about it!

Delilah had a hard time “coming out” and felt guilty because her parents died right after she told them she was a lesbian, and all she could remember was the look that they gave her after she told them. For as long as she could remember, they had drilled it into her head that same-sex relationships were wrong. She felt that everyone else would look down on her when she officially came out. Her brother fully supported the fact that she is gay, which I think is completely awesome. I mean, my kids are 8, 6 & 2, but I fully think that if any of them came out and told me that they liked the same sex, I would be fine with it. It’s been completely normal in the time that I’ve grown up.

It honestly surprises me that still, in this day and age, so many people have issues with people in same-sex relationships. I have never had any issues with anyone in a same-sex relationship! Love is Love and you can’t help who you fall in love with, or at least, that is my thought on the matter.

This book picks up not too long after Catching Cassidy left off, so you don’t have to go back & try to remember certain things that are mentioned, as it’s pretty fresh in your mind!

Delilah had a long talk with her aunt one day while packing up her parents house, and she realized that it’s not just that her dad thought being gay was wrong, it was just that was how it was perceived in his generation.

I wanted to hug Delilah. I really did. After she first came together with Ashley, she didn’t want to come out to EVERYONE just yet. She was still worried about that. How do you carry on with this secret going through you? Being out in public with Ashley, she just knew everyone was giving them disapproving looks. (She was wrong)

Melissa Foster has written this book beautifully, and as usual, I’m super stoked for the next installment in this series."


Comment by Mk - on July 2, 2015 at 10:47am

Almost didn't post this here but the author is gay and there is a GLBT subtext to this novel...

The Gracekeepers by Kirsty Logan: Fantasy Book Review & Giveaway

Like fantasy with a dystopian edge? Then you’ll want to check out my review of The Gracekeepers by award-winning author Kirsty Logan & enter to win a copy at

Comment by Mk - on January 7, 2015 at 2:40pm

Vanessa and Her Sister by Priya Parmar: Ties That Bind Famous Sisters

You may think you know Virginia Woolf but have you met her sister? Find out why I recommend Vanessa and Her Sister at Note: This novel includes Virginia's obsessive love of her sister and the sisters' role in the Bloomsbury Group, which included several gay members.

Comment by Kelli A. Wilkins on December 26, 2014 at 10:16am

I’ve been building boards and posting all sorts of stuff about my romances on Pinterest. Come check it out & follow along:

Comment by Kelli A. Wilkins on December 9, 2014 at 8:30pm

Hi everyone,


Today I'm sharing a bit about my Amber Allure gay paranormal, KILLER IN WOLF'S CLOTHING. It's a fun look at the werewolf legend. Excerpts and reviews are on my site & blog.

I hope you'll check it out!




Killer in Wolf’s Clothing


A super aggressive Alpha male, a serial killer, and a visit to a kinky sex club…What has Larry gotten himself into?


When Larry learns that his boyfriend Greg changes into another man during the full moon, he has a hard time accepting it—until he meets Deke, Greg’s alternate Alpha personality.


Deke doesn’t play nice and has no time for games. He only wants two things—to get laid and to get revenge against the arsonist who murdered his friends. Finally free from Greg’s restraints, Deke is ready for action, and Larry is more than willing to submit to Deke’s needs.


Together, Larry and Deke set out to find the killer. Their hunt takes them to an all-night Alpha sex club where things heat up for the two of them. But when Larry unwittingly falls into the clutches of the murderer, it’s up to Deke—and Greg—to save him before it’s too late.





B&N: In Wolf's Clothing


Amber Quill Press:


Don't miss my newest gay romance - A Secret Match – it’s gotten excellent reviews:



Comment by Mk - on November 25, 2014 at 1:53pm

Flesh And Blood by Patricia Cornwell: Thriller Book Review & Giveaway

Like forensic thrillers? Are you a Kay Scarpetta fan? Got a girl crush on Lucy or her partner? Find out why I highly recommend Flesh And Blood, bestselling author Patricia Cornwell’s new Scarpetta thriller at and enter to win a copy now!

Comment by Mk - on October 8, 2014 at 11:48am

Review of LieSmith by Alis Franklin: Book #1 of the Wyrd

How about a cross-cultural 21st century twist on a Norse myth coupled with humor, adventure & horror - and a strong GLBT thread. It’s all in LieSmith by Australian author Alis Franklin. Find out what I thought of it at

Comment by Paul Hafalla on August 25, 2014 at 3:41am
Dear Reviewer,
I am looking for honest reviews for my new release, "Virtual Assistant Startup Kit - what you must know." I will need the positive reviews to be 5 stars and will be posted on my Amazon page, if possible.
You can download my eBook FREE if you have Amazon Prime and only 99 cents if purchased. If Amazon ain't possible then I suggest to pose your review on your Goodreads or blog. I only have (mobi, PDF) files to submit, no paperback issues.
Please email me at if you might be interested.
Thank you,
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