Gay M/M Book News for October

Gay News

The US Supreme Court is currently deciding whether to change laws to prevent discrimination against LGBTQ people in the workplace.

A new app that claims to be able to say how gay a person is from their genes has caused massive arguments and concern recently.

There has been a lot of debate over a recent comment by British politician Dawn Butler that 90% of giraffes are gay and that people shouldn’t treat sexuality as such a big deal.

NBC News has put together a list of 16 must-read books for October’s 25th anniversary of LGBTQ History month.

New M/M Book Releases

Heartsong (Green Creek 3) by T J Klune – There is a new romance in the Green Creek werewolf pack, between Robbie and Kelly, but will it lead to tragedy when Kelly is accused of being a traitor? (This is the official e-book copy of the book. Apparently there is some dispute about whether the paperbacks should legally be sold, since the publishers are allegedly not paying royalties.)

Rowan and the Wolf by Lisa Oliver – Omega Rowan has always had bad luck but will it change for better or worse when alpha Shadow shows an interest in him?

Worship (On My Knees Duet 1) by Ella James – After a night of wild passion, will Luke and Vance be able to find something more lasting together?

The King’s Dragon (Fire and Valor 1) by W. M. Fawkes and Sam Burns – Lord Tristram must keep his identity as a dragon shifter from everyone around him, including the dangerous Bet Kyston, who works for the king.

Rocket Science by K.M. Neuhold – Elijah wants to get his PhD, not develop even more of a crush than ever on his best friend’s older brother, Pax.  He doesn’t believe Pax could ever be interested in him but this theory might just turn out to be completely wrong.

Mastering the Flames (The Beacon Hill Sorcerer 4) by SJ Himes – Can sorcerer Isaac and vampire Constantine put their bad history behind them and have a future together?

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