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    Aaron's Writing Prompts

    By Aaron Penrose, in Fiction. 02/10/2014 (Updated: 03/20/2014)

    Repository for prompts. I'm a regular ol' writing prompt junkie.

    http://www.gayauthors.org/forums/forum/97-writing-prompts/

  2. The River Ran Backwards

    By Aaron Penrose, in Spring - Nature's Wrath. 03/14/2014 (Updated: 03/14/2014)

    A gifted teenager meets his match on the banks of the Mississippi River.

  3. The Spaces in Between

    By Aaron Penrose, in Fiction. 02/16/2014 (Updated: 02/16/2014)

    When Dallas finds himself out of a residence, he’s forced to go live with his ultra-conservative grandmother who is hell-bent on “beating the devil out of him.” Church three times a week, counseling with the youth minister, and a curfew? Dallas is certain his life is over until a cute, single gay boy shows up right across the street. Sounds like a match made in heaven, right? Dallas sure thinks it is. But when he starts falling madly in love with a man he cannot have, things get messy.

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