My characters reflect the type of love and dedication I wish the world still held in abundance, rather than the egotistical and material thoughts and wants it holds so dear today. So, if you are looking to be sucked into different worlds of timeless bonds of love then check out my work. Leave a review if you wish. Rate if you are feeling generous. I’ll be here…wishing things could work out like they do in an old Meg Ryan movie.
Aditus' first story ever was about an earthworm hating the rain. Since then he has written short stories, novellas, novels, and poems. His characters are often standing in their own way, with at least one of them being of the chaotic-good variety. While not favoring any specific genre, aditus sure does love his vampires!
Altimexis' stories typically deal with high school, coming out and falling in love. "Naptown Tales" is a series of stories centered in a conservative Midwestern American city. "Love in a Chair" is the first in a series dealing with gay youth with disabilities. "A Fish Out of Water" deals with two Jewish boys, one Hasidic, and their forbidden love. And there are more stories in the works.
A bit of this, some of that, Q-Topolis will take you to different places. From the real to the fantastical, yesterday, today, tomorrow or to a time and place unknown. Hopefully, the characters will draw you into their lives and their adventures will entertain. Welcome and enjoy.
Romance, trouble, and a touch of magic. Characters that will grab your heart and imagination. Stop in and take some time to feel their joy, their sorrow, love and heartache. From college years to invisible teens and places in between. Nothing is simple and everything is an adventure.
While writing his first story, Trials and Tribulations, Billy has started a new story, The Field of Love. Both stories are a coming of age story centered around Andy Collins, Joey Adams, Sammy Day and friends. As the boys deals with their sexual orientation, they must also confront abuse and murder in the small mining town of Pine Hills, nestled away in the Appalachian Mountains of Eastern Kentucky.