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Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Discover Diverse Authors at QueerIndie

QueerIndie.Com introduces readers to Evan Knapp, Mario Dell’Olio, TT Banks, Ash Knight, A.C. Merkel, Halo Scot, and an ever-growing roster of other queer writers and allies, along with links to more information about them and their works. QueerIndie also participates in special events like BookCon and ReedPop Pride Week.

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Tuesday, June 02, 2020

LGBTQ Reads at Featured Blog Just Write Right

Nick (Nicholas Taylor) at Just Write Right is featuring LGBTQ books as part of Pride Month celebrations. Visit that Pride Month feature to read about books from Andre Aciman, TJ Dallas, Jamie N. Schock, J. P. Jackson, Chloe Gilholy, and many others, or to read details about how to share other works.

Just Write Right includes proofreading and editing services, as well as author spotlights, self-publishing resources, and much more. Visit often for the latest blog entries.

Sunday, May 24, 2020

From Despair to Where

A press release about a thrilling new read follows.

A fast-paced dystopian thriller. Jack & Lucy must find a way to let go of the past and adapt to a new order.

From Despair to Where, a dystopian thriller set in a zombie infested wilderness, was recently released by debut novelist Oliver Smith.

Available in paperback and as an ebook from Amazon, where you can even read for free with Kindle Unlimited, the book isn’t your typical gory zombie novel. It critiques society and develops characters with care and attention to keep the reader engrossed in the safety of protagonists they care about.

With Manchester history, modern culture, and a story that introduces the more chilling elements of the 21 st century society, the book is much more about the living than the dead.

Oliver commented, “I’ve always loved post-apocalyptic and dystopian fiction and how they explore the reactions and experiences of survivors. Unfortunately, the book has taken a more realistic turn with recent events, but I hope people can get a bit of escapism by reading it.”

From Despair to Where’s main protagonists are Jack, who is lost in the everyday rat race; and Lucy, who recently moved to Manchester after the loss of her soul mate. Their lives intertwine and they must find a place to call home in order to survive. As they search the meaning of their new life, and the old one left behind, the stark reality of survival is laid bare as they fight the dead and psychopathic survivors, intent on inflicting harm.

Oliver concluded, “I like to think that From Despair to Where is more about hope than anything, which is particularly poignant at the moment. With coronavirus, we as a species are facing the biggest challenge in my living memory, I hope that when normality returns, we will be kinder to each other and the planet, and learn from our mistakes.”

Oliver also runs a blog called Dystopian Novels which features short stories, other great books from indie authors, and other news about books on the dystopian and sci-fi spectrums.

Saturday, May 02, 2020

Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Fantasy Adventure at Bookwerm EBook Deals

Bookwerm listing for Fantasy Adventure, 99 cents or free with Kindle Unlimited.

From Bookwerm's webmaster: "In the end, my goal is to grow this small site into a solid option for authors to market their books, and for readers to discover them. Going forward, I intend to do that more organically. I have tried various paid advertising methods, but in the end the site’s most faithful visitors have found it on its own, so I’d like to return to the foundation of the site and focus on the value it can provide."

Tuesday, April 14, 2020

A Science Fiction Adventure. Animated Cover 2.

We thought the aliens wouldn’t find us. We were wrong.

At Goodreads: “A major voice not only in American literature but also in the LGBTQ genre.”

Monday, April 13, 2020

Sons of Taldra: A Science Fiction Adventure. Animated Cover 1.

In an alternate reality, the human home world of Valchondria comes together under a constitution based on the Iroquois Federation. Centuries later, the Iroquois scientist Taldra becomes Valchondria’s Leader.

Now Taldra and her twin gay sons must form new alliances as humanity faces a race of alien shapeshifters intent on using people as a food source. One of Taldra’s rivals might pose an even greater threat.

“The most intriguing aspect of the story is controlled by emotion as relatable characters grow and brave it all together, selflessly helping each other.” -Enas Reviews

Thursday, April 09, 2020

Monday, April 06, 2020

New Science Fiction Artwork

Meet Taldra, an Iroquois scientist who challenges her world’s repressive government and later must lead that world against an alien invasion. Artwork by Anadelaossa. #NativeWomen #Native #DiverseSciFi

As a child, Argen outscored everyone’s intelligence. His teen years might destroy him, or he might help his family save the human home world. Artwork by Anadelaossa. #Native #QueerPOC #QueerSciFi

Taldra: Science Fiction Adventures.

Monday, March 30, 2020

Author Directory at Booksta

My author profile now appears in the Author Directory at Booksta. It humbled and flattered me to see my name listed with some of the greatest writers of today and some of the greatest writers in literary history: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Dan Brown, Toni Morrison, George R.R. Martin, Aldous Huxley, Jane Austen, and many others. The directory page links to individual listings, which consist of a short biography and some interesting facts, as well as at least one book from the author.

Booksta pays members to answer questions about books featured at the app and website.