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  1. CassieQ
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    2,869
    • Signature Author
    • 35 Stories
    • 26 Reviews
    • 1,790 Comments
    • 657,017 Words

    CassieQ likes to write about the strange, the unusual and the very very sexy. Her stories are a mix of paranormal, fantasy and romance, often told through the perspective of young adults or teenagers. From the multiple realities in her Not the Sun Trilogy, to the complicated drama of Unrequited and the supernatural twist of Warm and Restless, readers never find themselves bored.
  2. David McLeod
    4,639
    4,491
    • Classic Author
    • 34 Stories
    • 4 Reviews
    • 621 Comments
    • 1,534,693 Words

    David McLeod writes stories set both in a medieval fantasy world and in various Earth-analogues that touch that world from time to time. While admitting a debt to a youth wasted on fantasy and role-playing games, his goal is to bring fresh heroes, villains, and ordinary people into worlds different, but not so different, from our own.
  3. Parker Owens
    54,214
    13,226
    • Signature Author
    • 33 Stories
    • 51 Reviews
    • 8,577 Comments
    • 644,228 Words

    Parker Owens writes poetry about the natural world mathematics, and heartache. His stories speak of loneliness, longing and love. Follow him on the back roads to places you've never stopped to visit.
  4. Yeoldebard
    13,428
    11,369
    • Author
    • 33 Stories
    • 26 Reviews
    • 2,575 Comments
    • 1,230,286 Words
  5. Johnathan Colourfield
    539
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    • Author
    • 32 Stories
    • 1 Reviews
    • 153 Comments
    • 185,900 Words

    The world of legend is where Johnathan's work resides. He enjoys exploring alternative worlds and realities created through the legends he has heard over the years.
    Re-adpating tales such as fallen angels and the nephylim in the "Trust me.." series to the Mayan Crystal Skull legend in "The Womans Game". John also has a large collection of shorter stories, poems and mini series.
    Chance creates Risk. Risk Creates Loss. Loss develops character. It's all Catharsis in the end...
  6. jfalkon
    697
    246
    • Author
    • 31 Stories
    • 8 Reviews
    • 172 Comments
    • 141,749 Words
  7. jian_sierra
    704
    501
    • Author
    • 31 Stories
    • 2 Reviews
    • 586 Comments
    • 168,020 Words

    Romance needs but a few choice words and Jian focuses on those in his writing. A chance encounter, some subtlety and a kiss or two; his stories involve all forms of romance coupled with a touch of light-heartedness, drama and mystery. Full-length/short stories that just might tug at your heart and capture your fancy, some surprise reads and a collection of poems are what he has to offer.
  8. lilansui
    15,075
    13,325
    • Promising Author
    • 30 Stories
    • 34 Reviews
    • 3,283 Comments
    • 1,671,295 Words

    Suilan Lee writes romantic stories, set in different cities with characters who live ordinary lives and fight for extraordinary love and happiness. She believes in a happy ending and will always work toward making one happen in all her stories.
  9. Mark Arbour
    75,376
    54,213
    • Signature Author
    • 30 Stories
    • 51 Reviews
    • 16,936 Comments
    • 6,094,288 Words

    Mark Arbour writes historical fiction about gay and bisexual characters painted on the canvas of the past.
  10. K.C.
    6,153
    3,521
    • Author
    • 30 Stories
    • 12 Reviews
    • 2,919 Comments
    • 316,790 Words

    It's been a wild ride, from super highs to crashing lows. I create characters who are flawed and broken, like me.
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