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  1. vanalas
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    • 8 Stories
    • 6 Reviews
    • 283 Comments
    • 1,606,348 Words
  2. Dabeagle
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    14,790
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    • 41 Stories
    • 79 Reviews
    • 4,275 Comments
    • 1,561,455 Words

    I have been active in writing online since 2000 - so in internet years, I'm dead. I'd like to think my writing has gotten better over time, but I still have the occasional stinker. Feedback is always welcome. Find me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dabeagles.doghouse
  3. David McLeod
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    4,486
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    • 34 Stories
    • 4 Reviews
    • 621 Comments
    • 1,534,693 Words

    David McLeod writes stories set both in a medieval fantasy world and in various Earth-analogues that touch that world from time to time. While admitting a debt to a youth wasted on fantasy and role-playing games, his goal is to bring fresh heroes, villains, and ordinary people into worlds different, but not so different, from our own.
  4. Ronyx
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    17,050
    • Classic Author
    • 27 Stories
    • 94 Reviews
    • 4,317 Comments
    • 1,518,796 Words

    Ronyx is the creator and author of the gay teen story site, The Mustard Jar. His goal when he started a decade ago was to write stories that covered the real issues gay teens face. Ronyx hopes his stories speak to those needing advice or help dealing with a problem.
  5. Laura S. Fox
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    16,289
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    • 13 Stories
    • 41 Reviews
    • 6,377 Comments
    • 1,480,768 Words

    I love writing sexy plots. You can always find me on tumblr, where I post stuff related to my writing, previews, story excerpts, and I reblog hot guys.
  6. TheEggman
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    • 2 Stories
    • 0 Reviews
    • 140 Comments
    • 1,404,502 Words
  7. Carlos Hazday
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    30,675
    • Signature Author
    • 51 Stories
    • 149 Reviews
    • 17,481 Comments
    • 1,402,393 Words

    A reader commented Carlos practices socially engaged storytelling. Not preachy, but raising awareness of issues facing the GLBT community and humanity in general. These are tales grounded in real life, featuring gay men dealing with everyday concerns about family, friends, and relationships. Characters are men who tackle challenges instead of backing away from them. The author’s love of motorcycles and travel and his contempt for social injustice often play a central role in his stories.
  8. Mike Arram
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    • Classic Author
    • 12 Stories
    • 30 Reviews
    • 1,122 Comments
    • 1,347,582 Words

    My mind has always preferred to be elsewhere than the here and now and as a child it was the past, or fiction set in worlds that have never existed, that set me alight and dragged me into libraries and bookshops. Even as a kid I liked creating alternative worlds. My story Terre Nouvelle is set in a world I created in my teenage bedroom to find escape from the grimness of adolescent reality. But creating stories is not the same as generating places in which they might happen, and the creative energy they're drawn from come from deep within. It's from my gayness that I draw it, and so my characters generally live in that alternative place as well as in alternative worlds.
  9. CarlHoliday
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    • 40 Stories
    • 5 Reviews
    • 598 Comments
    • 1,302,017 Words

    CarlHoliday's stories fall primarily into two classes: sci-fi stories of a distant future where humanity is still plagued with violent warfare and religious bigotry; and, modern stories about characters facing and overcoming significant psychological challenges. Adversity, physical or mental, is a common theme through most of the stories. There is also a endearing quality to a lot of the stories as you see young gay men grow through the troubles they endure. Characters die here.
  10. James Matthews
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    9,061
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    • 16 Stories
    • 43 Reviews
    • 2,053 Comments
    • 1,278,769 Words

    James Matthews is a British amateur writer specialising in Romance and Drama. James writes gritty, mature novels with a Technicolor view of working-class to middle-class world-building. Although written in modern times, most of James' work features coming of age themes or young adults, taken from his experiences as a young lad growing up in the late 90s. His stories are praised for reflecting real-life scenarios of good and bad times, and he never flinches from dealing with tough topics that occur in everyday life. James' writing is fast-paced, true to life and above all, very British! - Mark Baker
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