Kevin's stories seek to explore deep emotions and the evolution of feelings over time. He also attempts to examine complicated social, moral, and philosophical issues and concepts within the framework of entertaining literature.
Aaron doesn't get involved in drama...At least he didn't until Ben and his friends suddenly got involved in his life. Now Aaron has to adapt to completely new situations and make changes and compromises for the sake of his relationship. But where will he draw the line? Where should he draw the line?
This is the second story in a two book tale about love, hate, dependency, loyalty, romance, friendship, alcohol, drugs and much more.
Joel and Bobby grew up together and have been extremely close their entire lives. The two guys are now in college and sharing an apartment. When Joel’s cousin and his girlfriend come to stay for the weekend Joel decides to give the couple his room and share with Bobby during their visit. Bobby is gay, and naturally as his best friend, Joel is aware of this fact. One night however, as the two are going to sleep, Bobby decides to tell Joel the full extent of his feelings...
A handful of characters try to walk the line between hurting and protecting. The nature of love,friendship, lies, trust, hope and dispair. Follow Jeff & Michael as their life together play out. Watch Donny & Beth care for each other and attempt to support the others. See if Nicky can begin to put together the pieces of his shattered life. Watch as Brad just tries to survive. Can a father change? Can a mother heal the pain? Can any of them hope for their lives to be same ever again?
John has just turned eighteen, he’s about to graduate from high school, and he’s made an important decision; he’s going to enlist in the army, but how will his ultra-liberal parents and siblings react? This is a short parody piece.
Aaron doesn't get involved in drama. Instead he prefers to sit back night after night in the local club and watch OTHER guys become ensnared by life, and the A-gay's, little games. All that unexpectedly changes one night with four simple words, "Buy me a drink?" Now all Aaron can do is hang on and see where this ride takes him.