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The Marine by John Simpson and Robert Cummings

Some Q&A for the authors of “The Marine”

Is there a message in your novel that you want readers to grasp?

Most definitly. Depending on the subject matter of the book, I want readers to see that gay men are no different then straight men except on who they bed and who they love. 1,068 more words

The Gayristocracy

Looking After Joey by David Pratt

My rating: 2 of 5 stars

This book has a great premise. Calvin, an ageing and single gay man (which as David Pratt would tell you is a double whammy if you want to be part of the ‘gayristocracy’), inexplicably finds himself… 519 more words

Meta Fiction

Zach Plays It Cool (Chapter 2, pt. 2)

Ben stood once again in Zach’s doorway, now wearing a steel grey, long-sleeved shirt under his green jacket. His short, blond hair stood straight up, and his ear piercings glittered just as brilliantly as they had the previous night. 2,127 more words

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Dream in Red

I’ve come to a realization lately that, as realizations often do, seems obvious in retrospect. See, I’ve met a lot of people in my lifetime who have made me feel insecure, and for the longest time, I thought it was something I just needed to get over. 965 more words

Loving

Meet the Characters – Cameron D James

 

My new novella series, Go-Go Boys of Club 21, kicks off with Bump and Grind this month.  Go-Go Boys of Club 21 is my most ambitious project to date and thus has a large cast of characters that I’ve quickly grown to love – and I hope you will, too. 1,713 more words

Author Spotlight

Can you tell what it is just by looking?

The defining factor of so many books is Genre. It’s an excellent way to find the stories you want to read, to find community who shares your literary wishes. 503 more words

Ain't Nothin' Much

Zach On Friday Morning (Chapter 2, pt. 1)

Zach allowed himself to sleep later than usual the following morning. After accepting that he was not going to fall asleep again, he rolled over. He grabbed his phone to check the time. 1,697 more words

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