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  1. Mark Arbour
    55,079
    45,867
    • Signature Author
    • 30 Stories
    • 30 Reviews
    • 15,260 Comments
    • 5,840,951 Words

    Mark Arbour writes historical fiction about gay and bisexual characters painted on the canvas of the past.
  2. CLJobe
    62,178
    40,122
    • Author
    • 41 Stories
    • 34 Reviews
    • 13,435 Comments
    • 1,359,031 Words
  3. Cia
    44,363
    30,855
    • Site Administrator
    • 66 Stories
    • 25 Reviews
    • 7,846 Comments
    • 2,011,707 Words

    Cia's writing involves stories with budding relationships. She doesn't allow herself to be boxed into one genre, instead her stories can be spread out through multiple categories, including: Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Modern, and even mixes of those and more. The common thread that binds them all is the realization that you never know what is going to happen next.
  4. quokka
    33,209
    29,629
    • Author
    • 53 Stories
    • 73 Reviews
    • 5,643 Comments
    • 2,485,922 Words

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  5. R. Eric
    25,870
    23,019
    • Author
    • 19 Stories
    • 10 Reviews
    • 4,312 Comments
    • 2,220,563 Words

    The son of a Southern Baptist preacher who was married to a man I buried April 10, 2017. My husband Daniel kept here as I write. Except for one story, all stories are him and me. He will never be forgotten.
  6. Carlos Hazday
    57,613
    22,296
    • Signature Author
    • 43 Stories
    • 92 Reviews
    • 12,514 Comments
    • 1,180,016 Words

    A reader commented Carlos practices socially engaged storytelling. Not preachy, but raising awareness of issues facing the GLBT community and humanity in general. These are tales grounded in real life, featuring gay men dealing with everyday concerns about family, friends, and relationships. Characters are men who tackle challenges instead of backing away from them. The author’s love of motorcycles and travel and his contempt for social injustice often play a central role in his stories.
  7. Headstall
    236,615
    20,700
    • Signature Author
    • 35 Stories
    • 131 Reviews
    • 17,401 Comments
    • 1,043,713 Words

    A proud father of four, Headstall's personal journey has been a series of twists and turns, and his stories often reflect his experiences. He is an unapologetic romantic who writes from the heart. You will find this in his fiction and his poetry. They are both emotionally driven, and men who aren’t afraid of their feelings often populate his work. If you’re looking for happily ever after, you will likely find it here.
  8. Comicality
    24,299
    19,131
    • Signature Author
    • 183 Stories
    • 58 Reviews
    • 5,416 Comments
    • 6,425,831 Words

    Comicality's Shack Out Back The Shack Out Back tells stories of teen romance, angst, confusion, and the occasional heartbreak. Tales of love that you will hopefully enjoy and take to heart. Over 180 different stories and series are waiting for you! Stop on in!
  9. Sasha Distan
    22,378
    17,519
    • Promising Author
    • 90 Stories
    • 30 Reviews
    • 6,273 Comments
    • 1,933,664 Words

    Sasha writes romantic fiction for men who love men, and everyone else who likes that too. Mixing the beautifully mundane with the outlandish and fantastical, Sasha generally just wants everyone to end up happy and in love, and sometimes the characters play along too. There is often, but not always, a fairly healthy amount of sex involved.
  10. Ronyx
    15,646
    14,373
    • Classic Author
    • 25 Stories
    • 75 Reviews
    • 3,969 Comments
    • 1,420,828 Words

    Ronyx is the creator and author of the gay teen story site, The Mustard Jar. His goal when he started a decade ago was to write stories that covered the real issues gay teens face. Ronyx hopes his stories speak to those needing advice or help dealing with a problem.
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