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    Nectar and Ambrosia – Review

    Genre: Urban Fantasy Pairings: M/F Queer Rep: Bi/Pansexuality, Demisexuality, Gay, Trans Warnings: Accounts of epileptic attacks and seizures Synopsis Chased by a creature that shouldn’t exist, Callie flees her home and hopes it buys her parents’ safety. But her future is uncertain, and she is wracked by mind-bending visions she can’t control. Her out of control mind somehow leads her to Nectar and Ambrosia, a bar seen by few and inhabited by the immortal—or, as we know them, the mythological. Thanks to a kind doorkeeper and a vision of an oncoming apocalypse, Callie is thrown headfirst into a multi-dimensional conflict that could eviscerate the human race. General Unique, fun, and…

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    Omen Operation – Review

    Genre: Action/Light Sci-Fi Pairings: F/F, M/F, M/M, MMFF (polyamorous setup for future installments) Queer Rep: Bi/Pansexuality, Polyamory Warnings: Graphic depictions of violence. [Note: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.] Synopsis This novel was described to me as “Resident Evil” meets “Maze Runner” by the author, and honestly that was all it took to hook me. Going in with as little knowledge as possible wound up being an excellent experience, and I would recommend the same to you. The gist? Nasty zombie-esque creatures, an evil mega-corporation, and main characters who are trained to kill. What more could an action junkie ask for? General Omen…

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    The End – Review

    Genre: Horror/Post-Apocalyptic Pairings: N/A Queer Rep: Bisexuality Warnings: Graphic depictions of violence, gore, discussion of self-harm, suicidal ideation [Note: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.] Synopsis Being a teenager is rough. Being a queer teenager? Moreso. And being a queer teenager during the zombie apocalypse, well… at least it can’t get any worse. Cate’s life takes a cataclysmic turn on her seventeenth birthday. Now living in a world where the dead live and the living have lost their humanity, Cate and her sister struggle to survive. As if suddenly having to acclimate to zombies being a real thing isn’t bad enough, Cate soon discovers…

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    Nightmare Magazine: Queers Destroy Horror – Review

    Nightmare Magazine is a literary magazine dedicated to collecting quality short dark fantasy and horror for its readers. I found the magazine when I happened upon Alyssa Wong’s “Hungry Daughters of Starving Mothers” years ago. Never able to shake its imagery, I re-found the piece, re-read the piece, and bought the entire collection. I would have happily given the 2.99 just for Wong’s story alone; it was an easy price to pay. After reading the rest of the pieces, I can assure everyone it’s a fantastic investment if you’re at all interested in dark fantasy or horror.