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Here’s what we have in store for you for the spring. Stay tuned!
Award-winning author Geonn Cannon’s next book releases March 1. You won’t want to miss this Clare Lance story!
Monarch, by Geonn Cannon - releases March 1
Claire Lance once had a knack for finding trouble while on the run from the law. Now, years after settling down, trouble has found her.
Claire and her wife, Jodie, have been settled for six years in the quiet Washington island town of...
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It's here! There are some great books in I Heart Lesfic's post-Christmas sale event, including many of ours.
For a complete list, visit https://iheartlesfic.com/holiday-mega-sale/
And of course, check out our listings!
All About the Girls vol. 1: Lux, Kaden Shay
Last Rites of the Capacitance, Christopher Michael Carter
The Virtuous Feats of the Indomitable Miss Trafalgar...
We've had a great few months of releases! Here's what readers have had to say about our books:
Can You Hear Me? by Geonn Cannon (February)
There’s much I like about this tale: a woodworker plying her craft in an old Indiana farm and a pilot flying the cutting edge of space vehicles. Old tech and new tech, and a ham radio that even the smartest of inventors didn’t see breaking through his modern communications, and how an open window can change your view...
As we wrap up our month of celebrating science fiction, we're also celebrating the "birth" of a new edition of Star Trek. ST: Discovery premiered last night. One episode aired on network television, and the rest will be available through subscription streaming.
We watched the first episode, and I'm on the fence. It seems to be a love-it-or-meh kind of show. So far, the plot didn't compel me; perhaps future episodes will. One of the selling points for a lot of my acquaintances seems to be the promised inclusion of a...
In keeping with this month's theme of creatures, paranormal, and urban fantasy, I thought I'd open a discussion on how these things reflect our real world---and where the line is on using otherworldly as a metaphor.
When the book The Black Witch, by Laurie Forest, arrived on shelves, it was amidst a furor. The novel (and by extension the author) has been accused of racism, ableism, and homophobia. (Note: I have not read it and cannot firsthand confirm this. You can read...