The Wings to Fly Lisa Marie Gabriel Of all the romantic icons of the early 20th century, pioneering aviatrixes (aviatrices??) are some of the most romantic, at least in my opinion. So that, combined with my interest in reading a broad sampling of the war-related writing that’s currently being putting out, meant I had to […]
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The Bathwater Conspiracy Janet Kellough It may not be entirely clear from the title, but “The Bathwater Conspiracy” is a detective novel with a difference. Detective Mac Carson has been assigned to investigate the shockingly brutal murder of Alfi Longwell, a grad student at the local university. Which is odd, since Mac is not normally […]
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Need for Seed: Gertrude’s Tale CB Archer Tales of Gentalia After the last, unexpectedly sex-free, romp in the Tales of Gentalia, readers may be wondering anxiously: has CB Archer lost his touch? No fears, Gentalians, no fears: this latest outing contains plenty of touch, and many other things besides. Gertrude is setting off as an […]
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Yes indeedy, I’m soooooo excited about certain events in DC this week that I decided to make my dystopian novelette “Unplanned Parenthood” free in their honor! I originally wrote the story back in 2011, when there was a big kerfluffle about shutting down the government in order to defund Planned Parenthood. I soon had a […]
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Jack Song is the only non-white faculty member at a boarding prep school in Delaware, grieving for the death of his sister. Taylor Alta, the newest hire, is a closeted lesbian grieving for the death of her best friend, who had been afraid to return her love. Their stories intertwine as they deal with bullying […]
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