Read about a recent study into non-binary astronomers in this article at LiveScience.
Justice Smith, who starred in “Jurassic World“, has come out as gay this month. He and his boyfriend, fellow actor Nicholas L Ashe, shared an Instagram video and photos to support the Black Lives Matter protest in New Orleans.
Continue reading “Gay Fantasy and SF News for June 2020”
A new music video by Queen, Time Waits for No One, has previewed on YouTube this week. This is an early version of the song that eventually became the 1986 hit, Time.
Taylor Swift has released a new music video, You Need to Calm Down, which has an LGBTQ theme and LGBTQ guest celebrities in it.
New E-Book Releases
Silver in the Wood by Emily Tesh – Mythology and gay romance combine in this unusual fantasy. Tobias lives an unchanging life in the forest until a handsome new arrival takes over Greenhollow Hall.
Once Upon a Time (Calluvia’s Royalty Book 3) by Alessandra Hazard – Science-fiction romance that is part of a series but can be read as a standalone. Prince Jamil is known as the Ice Prince, a proper man who always does his duty, but when he meets criminal Rohan at the Royal Stables, his life is set to be turned upside down.
Always Mine (Love in Eden 1) by Sloane Kennedy – Two teenage boys fell in love but one of them nearly destroyed the other’s family and ended up in prison. Now, years later, they are about to meet again.
Stars Awoken: A LitRPG Apocalypse by Tao Wong – The seventh book in this popular series sees John travelling beyond earth and taking on the Galactic Society.
Single (Single Dads 1) by RJ Scott – When Ash is abandoned by his lover, he goes ahead with the planned surrogacy and becomes father to baby, Mia. She intends to devote all his love to her, a decision that proves difficult when a caring doctor moves in next door.