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  1. Andr0gene
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    5,311
    • Author
    • 5 Stories
    • 3 Reviews
    • 1,019 Comments
    • 269,528 Words
    • No website available

    The writings of andr0gene mostly reside under the 'romance' category, pitting characters into awkward or impossible situations and let them make the best of it. Several of his efforts have popped up around the web over the years, with one of his stories being voted #1 on the historical toplist for five years straight (since 2005); another sits at #4 on that same list. He's best known for "The House Always Wins," a story set in Las Vegas, and "Colorado Game," set in beautiful Colorado. His releases are far and in-between, so catch em as they come! Andr0gene writes to us from the Netherlands.
  2. Andrew Q Gordon
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    3,802
    • Classic Author
    • 16 Stories
    • 8 Reviews
    • 2,847 Comments
    • 632,671 Words

    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.
  3. CassieQ
    12,397
    2,341
    • Signature Author
    • 35 Stories
    • 18 Reviews
    • 1,687 Comments
    • 657,017 Words
    • No website available

    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.
  4. Cia
    39,553
    27,572
    • Site Administrator
    • 66 Stories
    • 21 Reviews
    • 7,173 Comments
    • 1,874,585 Words
    • No website available

    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.
  5. Cynus
    10,484
    7,214
    • Signature Author
    • 44 Stories
    • 25 Reviews
    • 3,247 Comments
    • 1,638,579 Words

    My stories are born from my deepest emotions, bubbling to the surface when they demand to be released. The subjects I pursue are as varied as my interests, and I love to explore different genres. Some of my work is dark, some of it is light-hearted, but I never write the same story twice.
  6. dkstories
    10,260
    10,060
    • Classic Author
    • 20 Stories
    • 29 Reviews
    • 1,577 Comments
    • 2,723,722 Words
    • No website available

    Writing stories since 2000 in the science fiction, fantasy and modern genres. He's known for his strong characters and political intrigue.
  7. Dolores Esteban
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    1,515
    • Signature Author
    • 66 Stories
    • 1 Reviews
    • 995 Comments
    • 677,351 Words
    • No website available

    I write science fiction, historical fiction and poetry, and often a mix of the genres.
  8. DomLuka
    5,402
    5,298
    • Classic Author
    • 11 Stories
    • 17 Reviews
    • 792 Comments
    • 1,748,722 Words
    • No website available

    DomLuka's Official Story Site. DomLuka dominated the online gay writing genre in the early 2000s with his strong character-driven narratives. He slipped off quietly in 2009 and we haven't heard from him since, sadly. There are a handful of stories that he never finished and are so marked.
  9. EmDee
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    • 4 Stories
    • 0 Reviews
    • 259 Comments
    • 75,916 Words
    • No website available
  10. Graeme
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    6,089
    • Site Administrator
    • 59 Stories
    • 21 Reviews
    • 2,537 Comments
    • 1,902,957 Words
    • No website available

    While most of Graeme's stories are drama or romance, amongst his many tales you can find a little bit of everything, including comedy and science fiction. Often these come in a different point of view: from the father or brother of a gay son, the mother of a suicide, through the guy who learns his friend is gay. The narrator can also range from a character who may or may not be insane to an alien observing a human relationship, so he has something for everyone!
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