August 22, 2022

Drawn Into Danger: Living on the Edge in the Sahara

Keith Costelloe’s new novel follows an Englishman in Algeria as he embraces a new way of life and finds himself involved in espionage.

The novel begins in 2021, when David Graham receives a phone call from an old acquaintance, Farid, whom he met during a youthful stay in Algeria. Farid is coming to town and […]


September 7, 2020

He’s kinda tall: Julian’s Sophomore Year, Part 2

He’s Kinda Tall is author Eldot’s latest installment of the adventures of Julian, a gay boy growing up in small-town North Carolina during the early 1960’s.

Picking up from the last novel, it follows the rest of Julian’s first semester in high school, as he’s chosen to help Kasey, a Black boy who will be […]


July 27, 2020


Verde Arzu’s Rainbow is a touching, coming-of-age story about learning to set aside other people’s expectations and live comfortably in your own skin.

Taylor is a hardworking basketball player at a historically black college who dreams of playing for the WNBA. After meeting fellow student Melony on a trip to D.C., Taylor is immediately attracted, […]


March 9, 2020

Uncovered Destinations

A sinister plot in Washington D.C. with links to WWII drives this quick-moving, same-sex, romantic-suspense novel peppered with unexpected and dangerous twists.

Micayla Webber is a famous classical pianist and widow of Peter, who died suddenly and mysteriously three years previously and fathered their teenage daughter, Ava. Two years later, Edmund, Peter’s business partner, asks […]


February 24, 2020

Snuck Past Death and Sleep

Snuck Past Death and Sleep is a highly detailed novel that follows four students through their first month at college in 1987, examining how their lives intertwine.

Lynn, a native of the town where Wasserman College is located, enrolls ten years after finishing high school to complete her music training. Craig has been taking classes […]


February 24, 2020

Walker’s Key

Sibling rivalry, murder, and family secrets form the heart of Frank B. Haddleton’s engaging debut, Walker’s Key.

Haddleton draws on his own family’s mysterious past and his obvious love of Florida’s West coast to offer a compelling, fast-paced mystery (think Dennis Lehane), an elegy to a bygone era, and an homage to the seafaring life.



August 12, 2019

Collision Course

Combining romance with complicated international intrigue, Collision Course is Jackie Collins meets Dan Brown, offering sexual tension, big money, human trafficking and right wing extremism.

And that’s just the first 100 pages.

The plot unfolds in cinematic bursts, beginning with filmmaker Bentley Thornton, who is ordered by his adoptive crime boss father to eliminate a […]


January 1, 2018

The Love That Dare Not Speak Its Name

Fiza Pathan’s short story collection shines a spotlight on the difficulties faced by young people in the LGBT community. Though fictional, these tales serve as a reminder that despite great strides made in recent years, being LGBT can still be extremely difficult, even dangerous.

Most of the stories occur in the present day, […]


November 28, 2016

Life in High Def

In Life in High Def, the first female/female romance by Kimberly Cooper Griffin, young actress Reilly Ransome discovers not only love, but personal responsibility, redemption and forgiveness.

Reilly has a film career that many admire. She started acting very young and quickly rose to celebrity, winning an Academy Award. But in the meantime, she has […]


June 11, 2015

You’re in High School Now: Julian’s Sophomore Year, Part 1

This charming novel continues the story of Julian, from author Eldot’s series Julian’s Private Scrapbook. Set in the early 1960s, it follows Julian’s coming of age as a gay man through the first half of his first year in high school, as he makes new friends, learns about girls, and navigates this strange but […]


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