Across Worlds: Collision
An science fiction novel featuring bisexual erotica (F/F and F/M) with a gender-changing alien and the human sent to spy on hir.
Conquest: Kai's Story
After the apocalypse, Kai protects her clan from outsiders, but finds herself falling for the enemy. (F/F, post-apocalyptic)
Lexi Beckwith, a former Marine, takes on the apocalypse, demons, and zombies to protect her lover, Lucie. (F/F, Science Fiction/Horror)
Cythera is a sacred courtesan famed through the Nine Worlds for opulent beauty and decadence. (Erotica)
Devil's Despair (Chosen Chronicles #2)
Griffin is gone, and the demon that corrupted her has second thoughts... (Straight Romance, Science Fiction)
Devil's Dilemma (Chosen Chronicles #1)
Griffin must choose good or evil after a life of pain, to decide the fate of the universe. (Straight Romance, Christian fiction)
Devil's Redemption (The Chosen Chronicles #3)
The Chosen must now permanently re-form the Gates, a dangerous task that requires battling against Lucifer's chosen warlock. (Straight Romance, Science Fiction)
Devil's Salvation (The Chosen Chronicles #4)
Stop the flow of demons onto Earth. Seal the gate. Re-chain Lucifer to Hell. After successfully completing the first two tasks in their quest to stop the Apocalypse, the six turn to the third and final task.
Erotic LGBTQ fantasy and science fiction short stories (M/M, F/F)
How to Steal a Star
After Margot Sullivan's dream of being an astronaut went up in flames with the ISS, her last chance to reach space comes from a stranger with a crazy plan. (F/F, Science Fiction)
Last Rites of the Capacitance
A space mission ends in horror for Dr. Angelique Puck, who's seeking a cure for a deadly disease (F/F, Horror, Science Fiction)
Nephil's Destiny (Book 7 of the Chosen Chronicles)
Amaya Winslow was born to kill Lucifer. (Straight Romance, Science Fiction)
In a world ravaged by war, where demons and Devils roam freely, where Cambion rule, and where being human is akin to a death sentence, Zeke, as a Nephil--half human and half Angel--must infiltrate those born to kill her and those like her. (Straight Romance, Science Fiction)
Arden, Autarch of Eden Space station, transitions from playboy to leader (M/M, science fiction)
Alexandria's girlfriend, Quiet Shy, is out of this world--literally. Quiet Shy tries to adjust to Earth as Alexandria is pulled into a mystery (F/F, Science Fiction)
Salvation (Dawn of War: Book One)
Gladiator-pit-ruler Malek and sky-ruler Soran, who must form a bond to save their worlds. (M/M, Science Fiction)
The futuristic Southwestern aesthetic with a neon glow. Lesbian hero Jin deals with her failing neural implants. (F/F, Cyberpunk, FREE)
The first time humanity faced the scourge of Harvestmen, they were forced to take heinous methods to stop their spread...(F/F, Science Fiction, Horror)
The Remnant Fleet
At the edge of the Sol system, just beyond the Kuiper Belt, Humanity's first foray into the Great Beyond is a space station called The Quay. (F/F, Science Fiction)
At Supposed Crimes, we're hoping to make a name for ourselves in LGBT science fiction publishing (not so much with the fantasy).
Our breakout hit is Under Dark Sky Law, by Tamara Boyens. This apocalyptic thriller has a bisexual female lead, Xero, and takes place in the wasteland of the American Southwest. Scenery might be recognizable from Breaking Bad. But it's now covered by domes, not all of them functional. This is our first book to show up consistently in major book sales in print.
We want to combat the controversy that has surrounded the Hugo Awards in recent years. The anti-diversity sentiment in science fiction is ridiculous and unfortunate. We want to blend our GLBT ideals with speculative fiction--where metaphor to confront social issues is common and important.
Another novel that exemplifies this is Jo Graham's Cythera. Despite Jo Graham's high profile as a science fiction writer, she had trouble finding a publisher open to diverse, bisexual characters. Cythera's exquisite world-building and rich erotic overtones should be celebrated. Tamara Boyens is pushing us farther and Cythera is our cornerstone.
Too often we hear from our writers that publishers have demanded their science fiction stories, where it shouldn't matter, be "straighter." Such is the case with The Wolf Inside, by Tyler W. D. Stewart. It features only a subtextual love story and is mostly an action and adventure apocalypse novel, and because it doesn't fit neatly into one category or another--a reviewer on Amazon says the lesbian element is not strong enough.
Geonn Cannon's Sojourn and The Remnant Fleet are more traditional space operas, and more traditional lesbian stories. We hope they, like all these books, become crossover successes, appealing to science fiction lovers at large, and our LGBT audience, too.
We obviously believe in and love these novels and don't understand why reading or publishing them requires such a leap of faith. It's science fiction, after all!