I'm still a little sick today, but after the events of the last couple of weeks in the world of romance, I put myself on a self-imposed deadline of today to start being once again vocal about awesome queer reads. Luckily? I'd read three awesome queer reads on my recent vacation. The first was Yolanda … Continue reading Sunday Shorts – “More Than Anything,” by Eden S. French
One of the wonderful things about this lovely internet age in which we live is that I can connect with authors I adore through newsletters and blogs and updates so I don't miss things. Except, of course, I then miss things because I'm trying to keep up with newsletters and blogs and updates. It's a … Continue reading Sunday Shorts — “Peripheral,” by Jeffrey Ricker
Hello! A couple of days ago, I did an interview with RoAnna Sylver, and we talked characters, rep, and inspiration. Today I want to focus a bit more on Stake Sauce (Arc 1: The Secret Ingredient is Love. No, Really). I read this over the last week leading up to the Kraken Collective anniversary celebration … Continue reading Sunday Shorts — “Stake Sauce” by RoAnna Sylver, a #KrakenFriends2018 title!
Something a bit different today for Sunday Shorts, in that I'm here to chat about a story I found online, Charles Payseur's "Shoots and Ladders." Click the title right there to go read it. I'll wait right here. Now, I bumped into Charles Payseur via twitter (he's at @ClowderofTwo) and he's a force for good … Continue reading Sunday Shorts — “Shoots and Ladders” by Charles Payseur
I've been working my way through Dolman's Lost Enough story by story, a tale a week or so, for a while now. The collection as a whole has the feel of a dessert wine in that sense (and I mean this in a good way): I want to savour it, one small sip at a … Continue reading Sunday Shorts – “Overgrowth” by Anita Dolman
Found in Wilde Stories 2017, "Das Steingeschöpf" has so many balls in the air, juggled effortlessly, that it's going to be forever bookmarked in my mind for when people ask me "Isn't short fiction limiting?" No. No it is not. Anderson's story handles an alternate world post-WWI historical setting (as WWII is about ready to … Continue reading Sunday Shorts — “Das Steingeschöpf” by G.V. Anderson