#OwnVoices need publishers to focus on them (LGBT)

  unsplash-logoCaitlyn Wilson With the recent fallout concerning the publisher Riptide as well as the fallout around Santino Hassell, there has been an exposure of underlying issues in the m/m romance genre. These issues include racism, misandry, bi-erasure, trans-erasure, and oddly enough, homophobia inside these books. Furthermore, there are issues that gay men deal with … Continue reading #OwnVoices need publishers to focus on them (LGBT)

Release Blitz for CLOSER by F.E. Feeley Jr. (excerpt and giveaway)

Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words


Book Title: Closer

Author:  F.E. Feeley Jr

Publisher:  Beaten Track Publishing

Cover Artist: Emma Bonath

Genre/s:  Gay Fiction, Horror, Urban Fantasy

Length:  118,000 words/346 pages

Release Date: March 1st, 2018


Maplewood, Vermont is a picturesque town filled with unique shops, unique homes, and a quaint familiarity all centered around a lake with an unusual history.

Legends, old as well as Urban, float around like the mist that hovers above the lake at break of dawn.

But they’re just stories, right?

Hayden Moore’s life was destroyed when his husband, Malcolm, was murdered. Giving up his job as an assistant district attorney in Boston, Hayden moved to the little burg of Maplewood to recover.

A new life.

A fresh start.

However, something underneath the water is stirring. Something rotten. A deadly secret wakes underneath the black waters of Lake Veronica so disturbing it haunts the…

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CLOSER Blitz & Review ~ 10 out of 10!

Book Review of my novel, Closer

Noteworthy Book Reviews


Author: F E Feeley Jr

Release Date:    1 March 2018                     Price: £4.44

Reviewed by: Felices

Cover Art: Shows a wooden jetty protruding over a lake with a house in the background. Mist is rising up from the water and it appears to be either sunset or sunrise. A man is standing at the end of the jetty. The title is in a large, red, upper case font across the top of the cover with the author’s name in white Initial caps across the bottom. It is very appropriate to the story.

Synopsis: Lets us know that something strange and disturbing is happening but leaves it entirely open as to what the events are. There is a discrepancy with Hayden’s name switching from Moore in the synopsis to Monroe inside the book.

Plot: Hayden has moved to Maplewood after the death of his husband in order to make a…

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