Review: The Prince and Her Dreamer

Clara feels stifled by the life that’s been planned out for her, and clings to her only hope that something more might be possible: a mysterious book given to her by her Uncle Drosselmeyer, that recounts the tales of the magnificent warrior woman known as the Red Prince. Decades ago, Drosselmeyer trapped the Red Prince…

Review: Under the Midnight Sun by Lore Graham

In Under the Midnight Sun, the eldest son of Thunderhill’s warrior-kings, Otto Johanson lives for battle but has forsaken love since the death of his partner three years ago. Still when the Midsummer festivities bring nomadic reindeer herders back to town, Otto can’t help but notice the handsome, if sullen, Lukas. Tension rises between them…

Author Interview:: LJ Hamlin

Hello, dear readers! Welcome back to my author interviews! Today I’d like to introduce you to LJ Hamlin, yet another twitter friend, who is a wonderful author who has several books coming out through Less than Three Press. LJ is a disabled queer writer in her late twenties, she loves writing all kinds of different…