When Rick's friend and former girlfriend, Elizabeth, asks him to return to his hometown, so he can become the best man to her wedding, how can he say no? However, her older brother, Freddy, is also back in town and isn't too pleased with Rick's presence. What's his problem? Is he just protective of his sister? Or is there a deeper meaning behind his scowl that makes Rick wonders if coming back home to Middle America was a good idea?
Join Etienne as the ghost of his family haunt him, the chain around his neck was his own making. Despite fear clogged in his throat and suffocating him, he never surrendered.
Elton and his journey where he was driven near madness, unable to determined between reality and dream. In the midst of this, he is trying to piece of his memories back, clinging on them and who he truly is.
Arden will lure you in and he is exhausted of it. Of the world with never ending vile and all he can do is wait, wait & hope. After all, he is an immortal.
Henry Atwood meets the greatest adventure of his life, for the End-Time is come. Something sinister has entered into this reality, a thing of terrifying deceit which wants to be Prince of the World. But Enoch and Elijah rise to stand by Henry's side, and in the World Beyond a prophecy once made to the Destroyer by the Lady Fenice has fallen due.
Isn't it funny how the past comes back to kick us in the ass? Brady Jordan ran from his home town ten years ago, now a grown adult and comfortable with his sexuality, Brady returns to confront the sins of his past.
Moira O'Brien is an archaeologist studying the ancient history of Ireland. Her particular interest is in the dolmens of the stoneranges called the Burrens in Western Ireland. But she discovers something beyond her understanding. Something that could mean the end of the world. Something that will challenge all she knows, all she believes, and all she holds dear. Now...she has help from her two Caretakers.
The story of Eddie Hamilton and Matty Jacobs continues. Our boys have graduated from high school and are preparing for college--at different schools. We start with a graduation trip to London, continue through their work at Dad's church and then the dreaded separation.
Things start off quite smoothly and the arrangement works great for the first two years. It's during the boys' junior year of college when a major surprise appears and changes the entire family's life forever. Will the boys survive? Will there be a "happily ever after" in spite of the turn of events?
Saga in six parts describing the lives of two gay men surviving the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl Era of the 1930s-40s. Research, along with the comments from an oral history project were the inspirations for this tale spanning several decades in the US.
This story is autobiographical in nature, but I have made some modifications to protect the identities of those included in it. All the names have been changed, and in some cases things such as gender, locations, and sometimes familial compositions have been altered.
All that being said, this is MY truth, and it's time I released it so that I'm free to create from a place other than brokenness and sadness.
This will be dark, but there are spots of light in the great black. No void is truly empty when one gazes into it. The light from our eyes illuminates more than we realize.
Elijah sometimes feels as though he doesn't belong. He's still in the closet, and he is the only Jewish boy in the whole dorm. During the end of the school year, Elijah's friends make him feel included when they gift him a Jewish ornament, a menorah, to hang from the Christmas tree in the common room. When it goes missing overnight, the consequences threaten to spoil the holiday spirit for everyone. As Elijah pieces together what happened, he discovers more than one truth.
In the land between the rivers, near the banks of the river Tigris, lies a sleepy village where something dark is stirring. Epheriel, the angel assigned to watch over this village, senses hatred and ill will toward the village hero Jair, though it knows not from whom. Epheriel wants to protect Jair, who is the most beautiful mortal it has ever seen, but is it worth revealing divinity and risking the wrath of Heaven?
Colin is certain of his faith above all else, but when he finds it questioned, he is forced to make a decision that costs him dearly. Losing Daniel, a young man raised on the streets, has him reevaluating his relationship with his church, and with himself.