In another of my “guilty pleasure” book series, I’m now looking at the first of
I admit I had not heard of J. Scott Coatsworth before I discovered Queer Sci
Henry and Malcolm are best friends. They have been best friends since they first met
Some time has passed since Rune St. John had his encounter with Rurik the lich.
We’re entering the latter half of the 21st Century and mankind has advanced quite a
Ben’s “Gay” Book Breakdown | “Paranormal Shifter – M/M NAVY SEAL” where the paranormal, military, and relationships collide.
In another of my “guilty pleasure” book series, I’m now looking at the first
Ben’s “Gay” Book Breakdown | “Breaking Tradition” is a true guilty pleasure with a surprisingly strong message.
I’ll happily admit that I have my collection of books that I categorize as “guilty
Ben’s “Gay” Book Breakdown | “Big Bad Wolf” series is a surprisingly sophisticated murder mystery, but not a guilty pleasure!
The Wolf At The Door Cooper Dayton comes from a family in law enforcement. He
Ben’s “Gay” Book Breakdown | “Boystown: Season One” is a saucy gay soap opera that redefines guilty pleasures.
I’ll happily admit that I have my collection of books that I categories as “guilty
The Two Gay Geeks are so excited to share this press release with all of
Ben’s Breakdown | “Thursday Midnight” is a brilliant and shocking chapter regarding Vampires and Humanity.
In a post-apocalyptic future we see a world where Vampires truly do exist. They previously lived
It is 1893 and the City of Toronto (in Canada) is hosting the World’s Fair.
In some alternate world, the US saw its first female President, Ellen Claremont, be elected
Erin has a review of The Sequels #4 – The Final Chapter released by our
The Two Gay Geeks are proud to present Erin’s review of “The Margins” released by
Erin has a review of The Sequels #3 – Van Helsing High School released by
Glorious Game Releases to Major Consoles in April April 9 Zanki Zero: Last Beginning Publisher:
Lists of ten can be funny things. Utterly subjective from the point of the presenter,
As a reviewer, I was overjoyed to receive two issues of The Sequels at the
Graphic novels are incredible vehicles of artistic storytelling. Good graphic novels grip at attention with
From the jump I’ll be upfront and forthright with my bias. As a game dev
Here are your glorious game releases for March, 2019! March 12 Tom Clancy’s The Division
A lot of storytelling, especially in game writing, involves directing the empathy of the person
Seanan McGuire has been one of my favorite authors ever since I began reading her
I like stories about crime families. I’ve stopped trying to figure out why. So, you
I was born on a balmy Tampa Bay mid-day in March of 1979. 1979 –
How do you live a normal life in a world after you’ve saved it from
TG Geeks Guest Author, Arkle aka Brian Webber, reviews a recent release from Elisa Hansen,
I have an odd relationship with the December holidays, for a variety of reasons, not
The Two Gay Geeks received the Press Release below from our good friend, Barbra Dillon
The Two Gay Geeks first met Zachry Wheeler at Phoenix Comicon in 2017 in our
The Two Gay Geeks and our Staff are taking a much needed break from Thanksgiving
The Two Gay Geeks received a request from our good friends at Fanbase Presss to
The Two Gay Geeks received a Press Release from The Quarto Group representing our good
I was fortunate enough to be at CoKoCon 2018 and had an opportunity to chat
When we last left our heroes (and villains) at the end of Maelstrom, Josh needed
Over the years as a fan of science fiction, fantasy and comics and a gamer,
Imagine if you will, living in a modern day society, but your life isn’t all
I’ve been on a fantasy kick lately. But too much ‘peopling’ has me craving stories
I enjoy a nice fantasy book as much as any other fan of the genre.
The Margins is a graphic novel published by Fanbase Press, written by David Accampo and