Friday, September 7, 2018

Open Season – So Why Sci-Fi?

My story Open Season from Less Than Three Press comes out September 12th. Sci-fi and fantasy genres may have unreal elements in there, but authors and creators often use that suspension of disbelief to make a statement on the state of the real world that their readers live in.

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Sometimes it really sucks being female. Especially for Juli, an alien woman going through a mating cycle that causes all genetically compatible persons to be irresistibly attracted to her—whether she or they want it. Even walking down the street is a hazard, never mind the challenges to her relationships and job.

It's not easy for her partners, Kyle and Dona, either, from how Juli's cycle affects the way they view their own desire, as well as hers, to how they all must adapt—because if there's anything worth fighting for, it's each other, and the comfort they find in being together.

Pairing: Sci-fi – Lesbian/Pansexual/Poly
Word Count: 21,000
Content: Open Season contains explicit content, depictions of non-consensual sexual behavior, and racial and sexual harassment. This story explores and highlights the differences between dubious consent and active, enthusiastic consent.

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