and9993, in Non-Fiction. 08/04/2021 (Updated: 10/16/2021)
coming of age
This is a coming of age style story with a BDSM spin. It's a reflection of events in my life and an attempt to discover the impact they may have had on my current state of mind and sexuality. It contains descriptions of actual incidents but, for a better narrative, I’ve fictionalized some parts and added characters. The main characters are Andrew and his friend Zack and the journey goes from middle school through and after college.
W_L, in Non-Fiction. 08/29/2021 (Updated: 08/29/2021)
I don't know if people will like me reviewing mainstream fiction books. However, I do feel like trying out my hand at reviewing a popular Medical Global-thriller from 2020 from a Pulitzer Prize winning author. If folks don't like it, I'll just focus on gay fiction only. The End of October is a dark mirror into the current COVID Pandemic, it didn't get everything right, but it is quite scary.
RichEisbrouch, in Non-Fiction. 07/16/2018 (Updated: 05/31/2021)
Writers make mistakes, especially when writing quickly. Students make mistakes, even when writing slowly. Students writing quickly often make lots of mistakes, and they get unintentionally funny. Here are some of them.
In Germany, it appears there's a whole cult that collects these. In America, we largely have the popular British book Eats Shoots and Leaves by Lynne Truss. This collection follows both of those.
A friendly caution: A little of these goes a long way, so don't try to read them all at once. They get less funny. Very less funny. Far less funny. Oh so less funny. You were warned.
Headstall, in Non-Fiction. 12/07/2015 (Updated: 04/05/2021)
Reflections of the past, realities of the present, and hopes for the future. These aren't prompts, and anything could wind up here, from poetry to monologues. It's all about words, and the forms they lead us to.
astone2292, in Non-Fiction. 12/30/2020 (Updated: 03/01/2021)
Dear, Grocery Shoppers is a journal kept by Aaron Stone and his husband, Noah Fields. Here, they speak about nuances, moments of self-reflection, and just silly experiences that these two men can't help but make fun of. No matter the cost to their morality and reputation, Aaron and Noah love to turn anything and everything into a laughable moment. As they work in common retail jobs, they are here to instruct the masses on proper store etiquette through comedy. There will be consumer stupidity, nonsense from co-workers, and, worst of all...Karens.
Ryan Jones, in Non-Fiction. 02/21/2021 (Updated: 02/21/2021)
The location? A science fiction convention outside of Baltimore, circa 1980. Our little group attended all the local conventions and there were a lot of really fun times. Some people would say unusual times, I'd go with different since it wasn't at all unusual to us. Come along and get into my head as I recount some of our adventures at this fateful Balticon.