BW’s stories present adolescent to college age young men dealing with issues and situations that confront the gay community. These stories often contain explicit sexual scenes, but the content of the various selections is about far more than the isolated sexual escapades. I hope you sit back and enjoy the fictional tales being offered here.
Jamie’s dad died unexpectedly and he never got to say goodbye. This bothered him because the last time he’d been with his dad they had a disagreement that never got resolved. Jamie learns that there’s a place in New Orleans where he might be able to rectify the situation and make contact with his dad’s spirit, but he doesn’t want to go alone. He asks his friend Drew to join him, and Drew agrees, and together they embark on an adventure that doesn’t go exactly as planned.
Christopher Cordes was never able to celebrate Halloween because his mom thought it was devil worship. She would tell her son the story about several boys who'd gone missing on Halloween when she was younger, so when Chris was older, he decided to find out if that story was true. He started his own investigation, but what did he find? Was the story true, or had she just made it all up. Chris was shocked by what he discovered.
After Adam Washburn recovers from a brutal beating that places him in a coma, and when he comes to he discovers he has an unusual ability. Now he has to decide how he is going to use this unique skill. Will he use it wisely or will it end up getting him into trouble?
After several setbacks and a few surprises, Kieren and the others are ready to begin the final leg of their journey. Will they reach their intended destination in time and will Kieren be able to complete the task assigned to him?
I took a story I entered in an Anthology and rewrote it and added to it to make it into a Halloween story. I hope you enjoy reading about Mason and Clark's relationship, even though it didn't work out. Mason erroneously believed it was over, but Clark had other plans. Will this situation ever resolve itself, or should Mason get as far away from Clark as possible?
What would you do if you lived with a domineering father who wouldn't allow you to make even the most rudimentary decisions for yourself without his approval? That's the situation this family was facing, so what were they going to do?
In a world where the wealthy have all of the power, how do they make sure they are able to keep it and prevent everyone else from revolting against them? Don't worry! The business leaders have a plan to do just that.
It started happening almost as soon as the Supreme Court decided that marriage equality was a Constitutional right. What were the social conservatives going to do now? Was the fight for equality really over or did they have something else in mind?
Mason meets Clark one night after going to a gay bar. Clark seems to be perfect for him and they eventually hook up, but shortly after Mason moves in with Clark things begin to change. Will the relationship work out or is it time for Mason to head for the hills?
After a harrowing first leg of their travels, Kieren and the others reach the dwarf stronghold of Thorold. There they meet up with the wizard, Beraut, and continue their journey, but will their mission be successful?