Simon is sixteen and on the edge of everything changing, his world changing from adolescent to adult, to facing up to his sexuality and coming out, but not just yet.
Now, his boyfriend is late and he’s sat on a cold, concrete bench waiting, waiting, waiting…
Over twenty different days, during four weeks in spring, this story follows Simon as he navigates the difficult journey of his coming out. Like all journeys, this one will change him but in ways he doesn’t imagine, taking him places he didn’t expect to go.
Todd falls into Erick’s arms at the LGBT Halloween Dance at the College of William and Mary. Thus, begins their romance. They explore their burgeoning love and life together as a gay, interfaith couple during the Advent, Chanukah and Christmas seasons. But what about their brothers, Eron and Tayloe? Are they destined to fall in love also?
What do you do when your whole life is falling apart? How can you just get back to the simple way of living, the big worry is your wardrobe, your type of car, or maybe even what you should do with the money you make?
This attemps to consider those things while fighting to survive.
Mickey is a rather shy twenty-year-old first-year college student majoring in interior design and Mark is a more worldly twenty-two-year-old first-year law student. Mark has an eye for Mickey from the moment that he sees him and strikes up a conversation with him as soon as Mickey seats himself at the table next to him in Starbucks. As fortune would have it, Mickey moves to Mark's table and they forge a friendship. But sensing that there is more to this enigmatic young man than meets the eye, Mark sets out to confirm it, hoping that he and Mickey can become more than just friends.
Two young men become casual acquaintances at a grocery store when Tyler bags Sean’s groceries and loads them in his car. Then Tyler quits his job.
The story begins during an unexpected meeting in the college library a year or so later. Sean is a third-year engineering student and Tyler a first-year business major. Tyler’s problem: he’s in a hopeless quandary over his required calculus course. Sean, being a third semester calculus student, offers to help him. Tyler accepts, and under Sean’s tutelage begins to understand what he can’t seem to fathom in the classroom. He also learns something about Sean’s hidden side.
Cory read tons about coming out, that one friend who's "more", and those stupid "He's straight, but can I turn him gay?" posts. His life was about as cliche as they came, but sometimes romance stories had to be true... right? Or they were all false advertising. All he had to do was risk telling Elliot he was gay and how he felt about him. Bam! Love!
Two teenagers, lifelong buddies, in college just outside of Bible Belt Southern USA could totally end up both gay, in love, and just not say anything to each other for two years of being roommates. Sure....
Cory might just stay in the closet and keep his best friend instead.
Between arrogant classmates, an obnoxious roommate, and horribly bland food, Jae Park is finding Harvard isn't all it's cracked up to be. Luckily for him an odd YouTube video provides a welcome change.
Forced to grow up quicker than most teenagers at eighteen Joshua is far more independent that anyone else his age. What if there is an irreparable rift between the one person who is supposed to understand you the most...your twin? Josh and Joe are completely identical but are different in every way possible. Joe is on a football scholarship and very popular with an amazing girlfriend. Josh is more reserved, throws himself into work to avoid his twin and the growing anxiety that he will never fill this void that's weighing him down.
It started off as a simple, innocent friendship between two college students brought together by an English project. Noah is shy, quiet and nerdy, while Jordan is the exact opposite, athletic, social and outgoing. A series of events, a break up, an unexpected injury, bring the two closer together. And as the pair delve deeper into their project, they realize that simple, innocent friendship may not be so simple or innocent after all.