Sci-fi Romance

Goodreads List – New Science Fiction Romance 2016 to 2017
Sci-fi Erotic Romance – Educated by the Master #MFRWhooks
Sci-fi Romance Lovers at Postwaves

Goodreads List – New Science Fiction Romance 2016 to 2017

Yesterday I created a new Goodreads Listopia list for new releases in sci-fi romance during 2016 and 2017. I let folks know in a FB sci-fi romance group and another on Goodreads. Today I awoke to find 61 books added to the list by 17 voters. Whoop! Whoop!

New Science Fiction Romance 2016 to 2017

Share the news. Visit the list and add new books to your personal Want-to-Read list. Add your own favorite 2016/2017 sci-fi romance releases to the list. Vote for books already on the list. Help other romance readers find out what Selene Grace Silver proclaims in her article at SFR Shooting Stars: Why SFR Blasts Other Romance Sub-genre Tropes Out of the Sky.

Sci-fi Erotic Romance – Educated by the Master #MFRWhooks

Master Trey, a secondary character in Shane: Marshal of Tallav, deserves his own story. That will be book #4 in the Sons of Tallav series, but before then I’m writing a prequel that will appear in the SFR Shooting Stars next anthology.  The LS Quantum is preparing to set off into the great expanse of the universe–loading cargo, checking in passengers, monitoring flight conditions. Traversing through various worlds, the luxury space liner promises adventure, a little chaos and fourteen stories of tender love. Expected release date: Fall 2017.

Master Trey will be one of those travelers to experience the wonders of the LS Quantum and its celebrated Cosmic Love Cabaret. Here’s a taste from the first chapter of Educated by the Master.  This is a work in progress. There may be final edits before publication.

Yeah, Master Trey looks just like Dwayne Johnson. Imagine that!

It hadn’t occurred to Trey that LS Quantum and Beta Tau were two sides of the same coin. Sure, LS Quantum was a spaceship, and Beta Tau was a planet. But he’d read the LS Quantum’s brochures, and in every other respect they were the same large, climate-controlled settings designed to provide trendsetting pleasure venues to paying customers and entertainment for all ages and palates, including his own kinky tastes.

The insight came when a middle-aged woman eased alongside him, brushing her shoulder against his and asking if he was headed to the LS Quantum and if so, where his cabin was located on the ship. Her skimpy halter, skintight slacks, and the bright pink hair she was sporting did nothing to enhance her appeal. This was Beta Tau all over. The glare he aimed at her didn’t force her to step back. Good gods! I’d be at Quantum’s shuttle service gate if Patsy O’Shaughnessy hadn’t insisted on meeting me here. He scanned the customers of the bland space station lounge. No. Still on my own.

An expert at fending off tourists on Beta Tau, he’d offer to take them to the club, tie them up, and use a bullwhip on them. Most scurried away. He handed anyone who accepted his proposition over to staff at the club. Bondage was part of his personal kink, but he preferred to use a flogger. The whip was the specialty of the Whip Hand’s owner, Randolph Meryon, Trey’s boss.

The neon-haired tourist ran a finger down his upper arm. “Maybe we could get together on board? I’ve heard bald men are really good in bed.”

When he dropped his gaze to where she’d touched him, the woman tittered. Eyes narrowed, he leveled his full focus on her. “Sure. If you’re into knife play, I might be able accommodate you. I’d have to ask my girlfriend. She’s the one who does the cutting.” He followed his words with a feral grin.

The tourist turned pale. “No thanks.” She scuttled back to her friends who’d been watching the exchange. Wide-eyed, they left the lounge, several looking back over their shoulders to get another glance at him.

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Sci-fi Romance Lovers at Postwaves

I’ve started a Sci-fi Romance group at Postwaves. (What is Postwaves?)

I’ve populated it with a few posts, but any member can add posts. I will be asking the Postwaves people to add several websites as auto post. The point of the group is to spread the love of sci-fi romance.

Description: For those who read, write, publish, and love science fiction romance. Let’s go beyond the promotional blitz to what moves us to read and write this genre of romance fiction. Our community helps filter through each submission before it reaches our group’s feed, ensuring focus on only relevant and high quality posts.

What can you do?

  1. Join Postwaves and join the group.
    Once you have a Postwaves account, select the My Groups button to see the search box for groups. Search for Sci-fi Romance and click on it when it appears. You’ll receive an email when you have posts to vote on and when there are new posts to read. That’s how I interact with my Postwaves groups, and I have several.
  2. Spread the word about the group.
    Select the Social Media button of your choice below this post and share, tweet, or pin.
  3. When you blog something interesting about sci-fi romance, post it to the group.
    Look for the Add a Post button at the top of the Postwaves page.

Let’s get more people reading sci-fi romance!

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