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.
Danny and Brandon are running the 'Hotel', with Josh's help. Dion and Trey also have their own family, and with the members of their extended family they collectively experience many moments of joy, along with a few tribulations.
The Morgan family moves into an old Victorian mansion that was not only the home of the original builder, Dr. Schneider, but he also used it as a private hospital. Mrs. Morgan is planning on turning the place into a Bed & Breakfast, but what happens on Halloween night may change her mind. (Halloween story)
Hank returns home after getting out of the army when World War II comes to an end, lands a job, and has a family. When he’s taking his three sons out on Halloween night, they begin experiencing some very unusual events – things they can’t explain. When they wake up the next morning, they witness the extent of what they were experiencing the previous evening and learn what was behind it. (Halloween story)
Ben and Caleb Webster, a married gay couple, go out for a walk on Halloween before the trick-or-treaters arrive. It’s a walk they take every night, but this time they end up in a place they barely recognize. (Halloween story)
Brian Hayes just finished greeting the last trick-or-treater to come to his house when he decides to go outside to see if anyone pulled any pranks. At that point, he sees two more trick-or-treaters in the distance, and the next thing he remembers is that he’s waking up on the ground two hours later. After coming to, he struggles to learn what had happened during those missing two hours. (Halloween story)
Adam Cummings returns home after spending four years away at college, two more years at Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar, and then taking even more time to travel in Europe. At first, he doesn’t run into any of the other students he went to high school with, but when he does, he has some unsettling experiences. (Halloween story)
John and Chris met in high school, but it wasn’t until their junior year in college when they undergo a truly terrifying experience. It happened after a trip to Alcatraz just before Halloween, but you’ll have to read the story to find out what happened to them. (Halloween story)
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?