Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Books

Noirvile is available to buy direct from Fahrenheit here: Paperback     E-Book (ePub)      E-Book (Kindle) (This review was originally posted in fifteen parts across #Fahrenbruary, the below brings all of those posts together in one place) Introduction. Noirville is an anthology of fifteen short stories that were pieced together through a short … Continue reading Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Books

Review: Tainted Love by T.S. Hunter from Red Dog Press

Fast paced, engrossing, nostalgic yet essential for the modern audience. Keeps you guessing ‘til the end. An exciting addition to the rapidly growing cannon of LGBT literature. Available to buy at: All Formats     Paperback Direct from Red Dog Press Representation matters. The LGBT community is under attack once again, protests are happening which claim that … Continue reading Review: Tainted Love by T.S. Hunter from Red Dog Press

Review: This Queer Angel by Elaine M Chambers from Unbound

Engrossing, deeply personal and at times funny testimony from a compelling point of view. An important addition to the growing cannon of modern LGBT+ history. Available to buy in E-Book direct from unbound. Paperback is available from your bookseller of choice. I better get this bit out of the way up front. I do have … Continue reading Review: This Queer Angel by Elaine M Chambers from Unbound

#Fahrenbruary – Final Thoughts on a Fantastic Month

I couldn’t see the last day out without posting a few thoughts on what has been a fantastic, if somewhat exhausting month. There is a sense of accomplishment that we’ve managed it. This crazy little idea that Martin (of the Beardy Book Blog) had late last year and casually tweeted out about, I responded to … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary – Final Thoughts on a Fantastic Month

#Fahrenbruary – A Q&A with Mr Fahrenheit, Chris McVeigh

Today is the final day of #Fahrenbruary and we’re really fortunate to have Chris McVeigh, founding father of Fahrenheit, answering some questions to round out what has been a spectacular month. So lets start with the really rather obvious question, how did Fahrenheit come about? Fahrenheit was basically an intervention mounted by my friends. I … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary – A Q&A with Mr Fahrenheit, Chris McVeigh

#Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – Walk Away by Chris Hyatt

Noirvile is available to buy direct from Fahrenheit here: Paperback E-Book (ePub) E-Book (Kindle) Walk Away by Chris Hyatt A career criminal, a complicated family. A wife with a past that comes back to haunt in dramatic style. Violence, bloody violence. Redemption at great personal cost. This one has all the classic elements of noir. … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – Walk Away by Chris Hyatt

#Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – A Real Scorcher by Sarah M Chen

Noirvile is available to buy direct from Fahrenheit here: Paperback     E-Book (ePub)     E-Book (Kindle) A Real Scorcher by Sarah M Chen A tale told in more of the typical short story style than some we have seen recently, I have loved the mix of approaches to story telling over a shorter word count that the … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – A Real Scorcher by Sarah M Chen