Author Interviews

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  • Amy Aislin talks about writing and her newest release: Shots on Goal on 08-January-2020

    Shots on Goal is a novel about taking risks, about putting yourself out there, even though history says it could end in disaster.


  • Return to Greenís Hill by Amy Lane on 15-February-2019


    It’s not easy to forget your first.


  • Foothills Pride Stories, Volume 2 on 29-December-2017


    This is a compilation of books 5-8 of the Foothills Pride series by Pat Henshaw, out in paperback on December 29, 2017 at Dreamspinner Press.


  • Renewal: Queer Sci Fi's Fourth Annual Flash Fiction Contest on 13-September-2017


    QSF has a new book out, the latest in our series of flash fiction anthologies!

  • Cozzi Cove: New Beginnings - Release Day Interview with Joe Cosentino on 27-March-2017


    I was sitting on the beach at the New Jersey Shore, and the idea came to me to write a series about a gay resort where nothing is what it seems, romance is everywhere, and anything is possible.


  • Caitlin Ricci talks about Joshua, the first volume in the Faeted series on 24-January-2017


    The idea for the Faeted series came about because I wanted to write about a world without humans where fate was thought to be the general way of the world, but also where fate was commercialised and turned into a matchmaking agency.

  • Jambrea Jo Jones... and barbecue contests... and Playing with Fire on 24-January-2017


    I love to eat. I won’t deny it, I’m a total foodie! I am one of those annoying people who take pictures of their food to post them on Facebook and Instagram.


  • Interview with Lucy Felthouse 2016 on 20-December-2016


    I write erotica and erotic romance in a variety of pairings, subgenres and lengths. What can I say—I like variety!


  • Interview with HK Carlton 2016 on 13-December-2016


    HK Carlton is a multi-published Canadian author of (mostly naughty) romance and its varied sub-genres and couplings.

  • Interview with Cari Z. 2016 on 15-November-2016


    Cari Z. writes LGBTQ fiction featuring aliens, supervillains, soothsayers, and even normal people sometimes.