Category Archives: science fiction

Five Hearts for Fringes; USA Today mentions Playing Ball

A couple of cool things to note today! MM Good Book Reviews has given my scifi erotica short “Fringes” an awesome “5 Hearts” review! A snippet:

Holy hell, this was such a fun read! Jace and Tal definitely love each other and they do not suffer from performance anxiety. I especially loved the nice little twist at the end. If you are in the mood for something quick and sexy, this is the book for you. Smokin’ Hot!

Thanks, Tams! [Buy “Fringes” here]

And a very cool mention. USA Today‘s Happily Ever After blog gave Playing Ball a mention in its list of new romance releases. I love that they cover LGBT romance right along with all other types of pairings, and I’m thrilled to see us turn up on their list! [Pre-order Playing Ball here]

In Space, No One Can Hear You Cream

OMG, it’s out!!

Butt Pirate in Space CoverStrap yourself in and strap something on as you’re transported across  galaxies and lifetimes by Kiernan Kelly, Kage Alan, Angelia Sparrow,  T.C. Blue and Shae Connor. Whether it’s an interspecies pregnancy  between two hormonal males, a swashbuckling group of pirates, or free  gifts that talk, you’ll soon learn why in space, no one can hear you  cream. Open wide for BUTT PIRATES IN SPPAAACCCEEE!

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>Review: Sinner, Baker, Fabulist, Priest; Red Mask, Black Mask, Gentleman, Beast

>Sinner, Baker, Fabulist, Priest; Red Mask, Black Mask, Gentleman, Beast
by Eugie Foster
Originally published in Interzone, February 2009
Reprinted in Apex, August 2009
Winner, 2009 Nebula Awards, Best Novellette


Fantasy, science fiction, fairy tale, or horror? No matter. “Sinner, Baker …” invokes multiple genres as its protagonist navigates a world where every morning begins life anew and nothing is real. Each new face brings a new reality, none lasting to the next day. Foster brilliantly peels back mask after mask, revealing truth one layer at a time, until both protagonist and reader are stripped bare. Has the protagonist found a true calling, or simply a mind shattered like the masks left behind?