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Out-of-this-World Reviews for "Can You Hear Me?"

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Geonn Cannon's Can You Hear Me?, released on February 1, is getting some much-deserved love. And what's not to like? A little bit of high-tech, a little bit of farm country, and plenty of delightful love between women.

Here's what some reviewers have to say:

I enjoyed the buildup between the Jamie and Noa, as well as the steady progression of their strange and atypical romance. Missing was the drama and angst you see so often with lesbian...

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When Reviews Go Bad

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Reviewing is a tricky business on both sides of the coin...there's a particularly delicate balance between reviewers and authors when it comes to small presses, indie books, and niche genres.

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May Reviews Round-Up

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Although we only had one new release in May, other books continue to earn rave reviews.

Breaking Anchor, by Geonn Cannon, released March 1. It's a terrific enemies-to-lovers story with plenty of humor, heartache, and heat. The women at the center of the novel are both strong and strong-willed. Tags: f/f, lesbian, grief

"Geonn Cannon does an incredible job of making me laugh and making me cry. An amazing story." -Jessica, Amazon review

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April Reviews Round-up & New Anthology

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Spring has finally sprung! What better way to celebrate than by reading outdoors under a blossoming tree? Here are a few books to get you going.

Breaking Anchor, by Geonn Cannon

I'm a sucker for a great enemies-to-lovers story, and this is definitely one of my personal favorites. Looks like I'm not the only one; the reviews for it are excellent.

The writer made this love story very real and well developed. Well done! -Mirtha Siblesz, Amazon

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March Reviews Round-Up

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There have been a number of requests floating around for good speculative fiction, so here are a few of our more recent releases.

First up is Kaden Shay's Conquest: Kai's Story. Released in December, this is a great read if you're looking for something dark and suspenseful but with a surprisingly upbeat heroine.

It's different, and a way off my beaten track with its post apocalyptic theme, but I really did enjoy it. It's relatively clean and free of any kind of graphic violence....

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