“When The Big Moon Shines” by Carl Redlum is the story of Henry, a college student intent on hunting down the man who turned him into a werewolf. The gay couple next door seem like they might be able to help—or maybe they’re trying to get in the way. Here’s a snippet. … Read more
Thanks to author Louise Lyons for featuring an excerpt from Greg Kosebjorn’s “Squatchin’,” one of the stories in Myths, Moons, and Mayhem, on her blog earlier this week. It’s the story of a young gay couple who get more than they were bargaining for when they go out for a weekend of Bigfoot-hunting in the Pacific Northwest. Here’s the tiniest teaser: … Read more
I’m delighted to have A.M. Leibowitz on my blog today to talk about their new book, Keeping the Faith, the third book in the Faithfully Yours series published by Supposed Crimes. A.M. and I have a lot in common, both being deeply interested in religion and LGBTQIA spiritual journeys, and that’s the focus of the Faithfully Yours series as well. … Read more
Eddy LeFey over at Land of the Book Fairies reviewed Myths, Moons, and Mayhem earlier this week and immediately won me over with this tidbit: Unlike some people, it seems, I enjoy a good short story, especially if it comes packaged with stories from multiple authors. Variety is the spice of life after all. That right there … Read more
If you like a good adventure story with plenty of danger, but the assurance that everything ends up well in the end, the gay historical romance Sweet William is a great fit for you. … Read more
I spent my childhood moving from country to country and currently live in a neighborhood where I regularly overhear conversations in half a dozen languages, so I always enjoy reading about people’s experiences learning about new cultures. As part of the Myths, Moons, and Mayhem blog tour, author Elizabeth Caldwell stopped by the Alpha Book Club to talk about encountering Mexico’s Day of the Dead for the first time in her home country across the Atlantic. … Read more
Zombies Need Brains wants short stories for three science fiction and fantasy anthologies, all with a deadline of December 31. They pay at least 6¢/word for stories up to 7,500 words.
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Janine Ashbless invited Myths, Moons, and Mayhem back to her blog for Blue Monday this week. She featured an excerpt from Morgan Elektra’s “The Endless Knot,” the passionate story of a vampire and werewolf who couldn’t keep their fiery relationship from burning itself to the ground. One Halloween night in New Orleans, a human named Beau shows them how to rekindle it to a steady flame.
Last week, Kitten Wylde had Myths, Moons, and Mayhem contributor Elizabeth Coldwell on her blog to talk about love spells, which feature prominently in Elizabeth’s story for the anthology, “Be Careful What You Wish For.” Read on for a snippet of the story that illustrates one step in her fictional love spell.
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Myths, Moons, and Mayhem has earned another four-star review, this one from multigenre author CM Peters at The Books in the Nook. She writes, “The stories have evidently been picked thoroughly and put together to form unity; I went from one story to the other hungry for more. And boy did I get more.” … Read more