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Altimexis's Stories


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When Tom wakes up the morning of September 11, he knows right away something is off. It doesn’t take him long to discover that Clark, his love, is trapped in Tower 1 of the World Trade Center. Their only hope is a legend from Clark’s Grandmother for a chance to dream again.


Book 1 of Generations ****-

When Jack loses his wife of more than 40 years, he finds himself besieged by widows looking for a husband. How strange it is, then, when he realizes the one he wants is his neighbor, Larry. (2010 Fall Anthology - No Going Back)


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When Jason discovers his father is gay and leading a double life, he comes up with a risky plan to end the deception without compromising the life he has with his own boyfriend. (2009 Winter Anthology - Deceptions)


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Danny and David are two typical American teenagers who share a passion for skateboards, alternative music, philosophy . . . and each other. (2009 Gay Authors Novella Writing Contest) The author gratefully acknowledges the assistance of David of Hope in editing and Alastair in proofreading this story, as well as the support of Gay Authors, Awesome Dude and Nifty. I would also like to thank Rigel for correcting errors with respect to Orthodox Jewish practices.


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Nearly a century before this story begins, a race known as the Cereneans conquered and subjugated the people of Loran. Seeking to expand their empire, they set their sights on Earth, unaware that a refugee from Loran was already there. Although young Lansley was unable to prevent the attack, the knowledge he brought with him allowed the humans to fight back and ultimately rebuild. Little did he and his boyfriend, Steve, realize they were about to play an even bigger role.


Book 29 of Naptown Tales *****

Legacy deals with the aftermath of the assassination of the first openly gay president of the United States. Was he killed because he was gay, or was it something far more sinister? Although based on the Naptown Tales series, Legacy stands on its own. Legacy takes place approximately 33 years in the future, however, many of the chapters will contain flashbacks to the intervening years. There are a number of twists and turns, and the ending will almost certainly be a surprise.


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Aaron and Brian are two high school students who fall madly in love. Their love grows and they slowly experience everything until one fateful night when an accident leaves one of them unscathed and the other with a disability. Forced to deal with feelings of guilt and inadequacy, and even thoughts of suicide, they persevere as they face new sexual frustrations and struggle with life's challenges.


Book 0 of Naptown Tales *****

Although modern day “Naptown” is very different from Indianapolis in 1972, it's still in the Bible Belt and gay teens face challenges even today. Let me explain what I faced that led me deeply into the closet. (Revised June 18, 2010)


Book 1 of Naptown Tales *****

A torridly hot day, an ice cream cone, a freak thunderstorm, a power outage and 2 friends about to enter high school mix to create a little magic, a little romance and a little love.(2007 Summer Anthology - The Rainy Day)Please note this is the 1st story in the Naptown Tales series, which can also be found at Awesome Dude and Nifty. A slightly modified version more suitable for younger teens can be found at Codey’s World. Please see the Introduction for important background info.


Book 2 of Naptown Tales *****

David and Jeremy face homophobia as they do a little back-to-school shoping. Not only do they come out, but they make new friends and find acceptance. (August, 2007)

This 2007 Back to School Story Collection entry is the 2nd in the Naptown Tales series, which can also be found at Awesome Dude and Nifty. A slightly modified version more suitable for younger teens can also be found at Codey’s World. Please see the Introduction for important background.


Book 3 of Naptown Tales ****-

David and Jeremy aren't about to let tradition keep them for dancing together at Homecoming. GSA president Paul has a plan, but it seems to run into a snag at first. (Fall 2007 Anthology - Worth Fighting For) This is the 3rd story in the Naptown Tales series, which can also be found at Awesome Dude and Nifty. A slightly modified version more suitable for younger teens can be found at Codey’s World. Please see the Introduction for important background info.


Book 4 of Naptown Tales *****

Trevor slipped up and is now out at school, but how will he tell his Evangelical Christian parents? He has a plan, but will it work? (September, 2007)

This is the 4th story in the Naptown Tales series, which can also be found at Awesome Dude and Nifty. A slightly modified version more suitable for younger teens can be found at Codey’s World. Please see the Introduction for important background info.


Book 5 of Naptown Tales -----

When Barry finds his brother in bed with a football player, he has to make a potentially deadly choice - his brother, or his parents. (October, 2007)

This is the 5th story in the Naptown Tales series, which can also be found at Awesome Dude and Nifty. A slightly modified version more suitable for younger teens can be found at Codey’s World. Please see the Introduction for important background info.


Book 6 of Naptown Tales *****

Fleeing a fatwa back home, young Altaf and his ammi immigrate to America. Befriended by a Jewish boy, will there be fireworks at the Thanksgiving dinner table? (November, 2007)

This is the 6th story in the Naptown Tales series, which can also be found at Awesome Dude and Nifty. A slightly modified version more suitable for younger teens can be found at Codey’s World. Please see the Introduction for important background info.


Book 7 of Naptown Tales -----

Two boys, a Jew and a Muslim, learn to find faith in their own religions as the world around them celebrates Christmas. (December, 2007)

This is the 7th story in the Naptown Tales series, which can also be found at Awesome Dude and Nifty. A slightly modified version more suitable for younger teens can be found at Codey’s World. Please see the Introduction for important background info.