If you have a gay historical novel, novella or a short story you would like reviewed by The Team, then email it to erastes at erastes dot com with the subject line: Review Submission
We are happy to review any format, so if you’d rather submit an ebook, or post a hard copy or point to a site online, then let us know. We’ll organise an address for a hard copy to go to.
Erastes writes smutty short stories and gay historical novels. She has no qualifications to do so, but doesn’t care. She lives on the Norfolk Broads and tells lies about everything.
Alex Beecroft currently lives in Great Britain with her husband and two daughters. Raised in Cheshire, Alex studied English and Philosophy before accepting employment with the Crown Court where she worked for a number of years. Alex has Age of Sail books published by Samhain, Manloveromance and Running Press.
In his seventy-two years Gerry Burnie has sampled a wide variety of professions: Professor of political science and law; history; actor; dancer and singer. However, in his retirement years writing has become his abiding passion, resulting in two novels thus far: i.e. Two Irish Lads, and Journey to Big Sky. Moreover, his third novel, Coming of Age on the Trail, is scheduled for release in March 2010. It’s never too late for a new start!
Jean Cox learned to read by ‘borrowing’ her brother’s comics. She doesn’t like labelling books, believing they only fall into two categories – ones you enjoyed reading and ones you didn’t.
Jess Faraday is the author of one novel, three book translations, a handful of short stories, and numerous nonfiction articles.
She is a graduate of the University of Arizona (B.A.) and UCLA (M.A.). Since then, she has earned her daily bread in a number of questionable ways, including translation, lexicography, copyediting, teaching high school Russian, and hawking shoes to the overprivileged offspring of Los Angeles-area B-listers.
She enjoys martial arts, the outdoors, strong coffee and a robust Pinot Noir.