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Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Reviewers Wanted for Gay Science Fiction Novel

I need more reviews for my novel Degranon: A Science Fiction Adventure.

If you are interested, you can read the book for free via this link: NetGalley: Degranon: A Science Fiction Adventure. NetGalley is free to join, and they're hosting the book for reviews.

Thanks for visiting my blog!

On the planet Valchondria, no illness exists, gay marriage is legal, and everyone is a person of color. However, a group called “the Maintainers” carefully monitors everyone's speech, actions, and weight; the Maintainers also force so-called “colorsighted” people to hide their ability to see in color.

The brilliant scientist Taldra sees her twin gay sons as the hope for Valchondria's future, but one of them becomes entangled in the cult of Degranon, while the other becomes stranded on the other side of a doorway through time. Can they find their way home and help Taldra save their world?

Keywords: gay scifi, queer scifi, diversity in science fiction, scifi adventures.

Monday, February 12, 2018

Book Review: "Empathetic presentation of an unusual group of small-town residents."

Read John H. Mandold's review of The Acorn Stories to see what he says about the Texas fiction collection.

From his bio at that site:

"John is a member, and former officer, of numerous professional, writer, and art associations, as well as an elected Regulator of SASS and a member of the Cowboy Fast Draw Association with numerous prizes in their competitions."

Saturday, February 10, 2018

Reader/Writer Resource: LenkasList.Com

LenkasList.Com is an online writing community that allows creatives to upload fiction, poetry, interviews, reviews, etc. Visitors can explore by genre, title, or author.

Read about The Acorn Stories at LenkasList.Com.

Monday, February 05, 2018

WordRefiner.Com Reviews West Texas Fiction Collection

Read the review of The Acorn Stories at WordRefiner.Com.

From the review:

"I found this wonderful collection of related short stories to be fully engaging! I was completely drawn into these true-to-life vignettes of a fictional small town."

WordRefiner.Com is a book review and book editing site. Visit now for more details.