Fresh, Hot, & Fabulous: Sci-Fi Romance Quarterly #12

Help yourself to a free download of Sci-Fi Romance Quarterly #12, now live!

Issue 12 offers a 100 pages of SFR joy and includes the following features:

* Interview: Author P.J. Dean, author of THE FELIG CHRONICLES

* Opinion: Susan Grant, author of THE CHAMPION OF BARESH

* Fiction: “Flying Sparks” by M.H. Questus (edited by Diane Dooley)

* Cosmic Lounge by Heather Massey: Five Fun SFR Discoveries

* Reviews

* SF Mistressworks spotlights THE PRICE OF THE STARS by Debra Doyle and James D. Macdonald

* Editorial by KS Augustin: Dialogue and Life #SFRQ

* 3 Sneak Peeks

* New Releases

You can also follow Sci-Fi Romance Quarterly on Twitter: @SciFiRomance

Happy reading!

SFR Cover Reveal: GAMBIT by P.J. Dean

It’s that time again–time for a new installment in P.J. Dean’s The Felig Chronicles! GAMBIT releases 1/15/16 from eXtasy Books. Check out the beautiful Tina Cain and the handsome Nate Lowe, the warriors who are valiantly defending Earth against an alien invasion!

Now that you’ve seen the sparkly cover, here’s the blurb:

When the stakes are high and lives are in the balance, it all comes down to knowing when to risk it all to win the game.

For our Felig-battling couple, Tina and Nate, the fight is far from over. After they learn that the Felig invaders, now under a new more ruthless leadership have concocted yet another, more harsh future for earth, the pair and their crew jump into action. The lovers, together with their friend, the wealthy society rebel, Wiley Devilbiss and the disgraced, dethroned former Felig leader, Lord Advisor Leltin, will have to forge a peculiar alliance, fueled by revenge and gamesmanship to outwit the indefatigable Felig.

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For more information about The Felig Chronicles, visit P.J. Dean’s site and follow her on Twitter: @PJDeanwriter.

20 Sci-Fi Romances That Should Be Adapted For TV

Outer Places compiled a list of 23 Science Fiction Books Being Adapted into TV Shows. Being an SF fan, I read the list. Unfortunately, only four of the books were written by women. And not only does the list include mostly white, male authors, there are three by John Scalzi and two by Stephen King. That’s not an embarrassment of riches—that’s just embarrassing.

I’m betting perilously few of these shows, if they make it to television, will feature female protagonists. Ladies, don’t you just love getting a big “F-you” from the television industry? Feels even better after, oh, say, the thousandth time.

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