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  1. Georgetown: Over The Rainbow 8. C. J. Boomers, Gen Xers, & Millenials

    By Carlos Hazday, in Fiction. 02/02/2018 (Updated: 03/23/2018)

    CJ Abello moves on from his involvement in the 2016 presidential campaign. Follow along with him, Ozzie, Brett, Cesar, and the supporting cast as he completes his freshman year at Georgetown University and circumnavigates the globe over the subsequent summer.

  2. Crossing the Moon 1. Crossing the Moon

    By HinderToyBL, in Fiction. 01/19/2018 (Updated: 05/17/2018)

    Elias didn't dream with wide-eyed wonder about the day he could seek out his mate or mates. He felt trapped, constricted in a world where Omegas weren't allowed to do anything for themselves...where Omegas couldn't even leave their community. But, then he received the biggest Khonsu stone that their werewolf community had ever seen. Just what did the Gods have in mind for him?

  3. Danger and Love 2. Jonne: Family and Friends

    By Timothy M., in Valdemar. 02/11/2018 (Updated: 02/11/2018)

    When you’re courting danger, it’s important to have allies you can trust. Especially if you’re caught in the act.

    This story is part of Cia’s Forbidden Love Challenge.

  4. The Girl Who Stole the Sun

    By Dodger, in Fiction. 02/11/2018 (Updated: 02/11/2018)

    Gold medal favourite Sun Song-Jung, is prepared to sacrifice Olympic glory for the chance to find love.

  5. My Son 2. The Tampa Chronicles

    By Brayon, in Fiction. 03/27/2018 (Updated: 06/04/2018)

    Adam Smith is a successful businessman, who recently came home to Tampa, Fl. Retired at age 38, living in a newly constructed house, he feels like he's set for a new chapter in his life, with plans to set up a Micro-Brewery.

    That all changes when he gets a call from the Florida Department of Children and Families.

  6. You Don't Know Me

    By Dabeagle, in Fiction. 04/30/2018 (Updated: 07/08/2018)

    What would you do with a second chance?

  7. The Morgan Lore

    By lilansui, in Fiction. 08/22/2018 (Updated: 03/18/2019)

    Portento is a town hiding a huge secret. A secret the Morgan Family has worked for generations to keep. Outsiders are not allowed in without the Portento Council's approval. Until the Takeda Family moves in unnoticed.

    Milan Takeda has been sick all his life. Rory Morgan just turned eighteen and is looking forward to taking on his birthright. Then he meets Milan, and his world changes.

  8. One Little Snowflake

    By Brayon, in Fall - Fight Back. 11/29/2018 (Updated: 11/29/2018)

    In the years following an extinction level event caused by a gamma-ray burst, humanity is clinging to life in a devastated world. In the chaotic aftermath, the Xenoni, an alien race whose goal is galactic conquest, invade Earth.

    All life on Earth is at its limit, and it is now time for humanity to fight back.

  9. Until The End

    By Mikiesboy, in Fiction. 11/23/2018 (Updated: 11/23/2018)

    Elijah discovers nothing lasts forever, and the circle of life goes on.

  10. Love is Blind

    By Nick Brady, in Fiction. 02/07/2019 (Updated: 03/06/2019)

    Andrew and Ian are college friends. One is sighted and one is blind. They have much to learn from each other.

  11. Terre Nouvelle

    By Mike Arram, in Fiction. 03/04/2019 (Updated: 04/06/2019)

    Ruprecht von Aalst, noble dilettante, diplomat and scholar, blunders into a political minefield: but is it an accident or someone else's design? More and more he comes to believe he's a prisoner of the past he studies, and that forces from his world's own lost history are breaking through into the present to steer it into a new future, but for whose benefit?

  12. Of God and Angels

    By Mikiesboy, in Fiction. 05/22/2019 (Updated: 05/22/2019)

    Michael, the Archangel learns his real truth. Will he be able to live it?

  13. By Any Other Name

    By Geron Kees, in Fiction. 05/31/2019 (Updated: 06/03/2019)

    What goes around, comes around, right? It was with this little bit of wisdom in mind that four gay friends decided to put their heads together and get back at some guys that had been giving them a hard time. The plan they came up with was wild, and a little dangerous, and certainly offbeat.

    That it was funny only made it even better!

  14. The Summer of the Firefly

    By James Carnarvon, in Fiction. 07/29/2019 (Updated: 08/10/2019)

    After a tragic accident brings his old life in London to an end, shy teenager Gianni is sent to live with his estranged grandparents in the beautiful surroundings of Italy’s Amalfi Coast.

    There, he meets the irrepressible Angelo, who promises to show him his world and, as the long, hot summer days unfold, slowly helps Gianni to heal.

    Gianni’s new life in the sun brings him friendship of a kind that he has never known and, with it, important discoveries about himself. But what will the future hold when the summer of the firefly comes to an end?

  15. The Thousandth Regiment

    By AC Benus, in Fiction. 07/31/2019 (Updated: 10/22/2019)

    Poems of suffering and peace from a nearly forgotten master. Hans Ehrenbaum-Degele was killed in action in July, 1915, 26 years of age. His partner and friends brought out his Das Tausendste Regiment ("The Thousandth Regiment") posthumously in 1917. Whether or not his work has been ignored because he was Gay, it's time to bring his name forward and place it with the other great WW1 poets, where he has always belonged.

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