Filzmoos, in Fiction. 04/01/2021 (Updated: 09/26/2021)
Jason Wright is a gay teenager just starting secondary school in the small English town of Hamborough. As he moves into young adulthood he meets Connor, who becomes his first boyfriend. When Connor decides to move away to start a new life, a chance meeting with blond Adonis Nathan Brown changes his life forever and the two ultimately decide to share a ‘different’ love.
Yeoldebard, in Fiction. 09/09/2019 (Updated: 09/26/2021)
Jordan is a reluctant werewolf in a world that celebrates monsters. Stuck with a curse that can never be lifted, his life seems like it will never improve. Until he finds a young man on the streets in need of his help.
Can this monster help a stranger in his time of need?
James Matthews' 2013 debut Novel. Now re-released in the third person, extended in several places and re-edited comes back to Gay Authors.
Jake Stevens is waking up to a typical day when his best friend and crush reveals a conversation he heard Jake's father having on the phone. Cody cannot be sure about the contents, but if accurate, it would be life-changing. While the ordinarily astute and school loving Jake lets his mind turn in on itself, Cody insists and promises he will always be there for Jake, no matter what happens. But, he is leading Jake into a false narrative. For if the contents true, that promise will be broken instantly.
W_L, in Fiction. 09/05/2021 (Updated: 09/26/2021)
A re-interpretation of a Classic Fairy Tale:
Brad Brooks has become isolated, self-destructive, and beastly to others around him. Beau Cocteau is a petite and kindhearted gay college student with no family and few friends. A chance encounter one night will begin a tale as old as time.
Mancunian, in Fiction. 09/02/2019 (Updated: 09/26/2021)
The Boot three years on. There have been some changes and improvements to The Boot, partly thanks to fund raising and charitable donations, and in part thanks to Christian Edwards benefactor to The Boot. Some 'guests' have moved on, some remaining homeless, but others having been helped are now in independent accommodation either working or looking for work. This is the continued story of The Boot, it's staff and 'guests.'
It is not necessary to read The Boot beforehand but it may help to understand some of what is happening now and in its future.