D.K. Daniels writing is grounded with realism. He writes many genres; romance, thriller, drama, horror. His stories are gritty in some instances, brutal in others and downright sweet when the touch needs to be applied. The author's primary goal when setting out to write is to entertain himself; some of his writing maybe sad, dark or gentle. So, gritty and rough are things to expect when dramas and thrillers are in place; whereas sweet and gentle can be expected if its a puppy love tale.
Max Wilson, a peculiar 14-year boy with a love for Basketball and Classical music has chosen a pen-pal from a candidate list for English class. With the youngster's grades slipping, and a need to get ahead Max decides to take the last resort. After sending the first letter, the boy waits nervously for his anonymous sender, who appears to be another boy, and is within the same building as Max. Over three months, the teenagers grow a bond through communication, with the other boy helping Max come out to his family, and to Max's amazement, he's fallen for an unknown boy who sounds perfect in every way according to their personal correspondences.
Often or not, at time us humans have a habit of walking ourselves into some tricky situations. Perhaps on occasion, we are comfortable with the choices we have made, others not so much. Join in for on this tale as a young Sophomore navigates his first ever high-school party. The pros and cons that are associated with such an event, and the plausibility of meeting other likeminded folks at the said event.
A massive storm front barrels toward Florida. In an emergency pop-up shelter, young Lucas meets a boy, whom he confides in about his feelings towards boys, his fears about life, and his love for Disney movies, among other things. Join in as the boys grow closer over the course of a large storm cell. Will they become friends, trade contact information, perhaps keep in touch. Who knows...
The People Of Tomorrow is a collection of short stories, flash fiction, poems, and whatnot. Some may have touches of humor, others not so much, while others speak the truth. I will cover many grounds, each with a taste for a new world and premise.
What do you do when you see a cute boy while out on a routine jog. For William, the youngster takes a much-deserved break, by buying a milkshake in a small plaza, where he sees a boy who catches his interest. What starts off as a curiosity soon builds up to a clumsy mistake and coincidently, ends up making the boys meet face to face. What will be said? Will the cat come out of the bag that William has been infatuated with him for weeks or how William turned up most days at the same time in the court to catch a glimpse?
Jacob has a bad dose of jitters. He has conspired with the help of his best friend Sophia to cover for him. The reason as to all the secrecy is, of course, Jacobs growing interest in a shy, cute boy from the same homeroom as him in school. Sophia and Jacob pick the perfect night to unravel such a plan. The 8th-grade dance; and Jacobs first dance at that too. He is dressed to impress; lets hope he makes an impression for the boy he is longing to meet.
Love grows on you when you least expect it; at least that is what has happened. Setting the par to high may set one up for disappointment because if you let one into your heart without judging, it can be a wonderful thing.
Rhys Even's is anything but a quiet, shy and affectionate teenager. The youth who is somewhat rebellious and known inside school as a troublemaker among teachers. However, a recent deed has made him a hero of sorts between peers and faculty, and Rhy's wishes nothing more than to go back to his quiet life with his select few friends. What start's as an irritating change of events begins to settle after Rhy's has an outburst, and leading from the situation, a mysterious boy online begins messaging Rhy's, who secretly admires our young hero.
When a new boy arrives in the middle of the night in a small rural town in Ireland. A local boy takes interest in the new arrival. Soon the boys are forced to confront each other due to the adults wanting them to bond. What appears to start off as nothing more than nervous giggles and jittery speech, turns into a friendship that only two boys can come to understand. A bond will forever change and form between both, that has never been experienced nor thought of until the ball drops and someone finally makes a move. How will the boy's parents, friends, and love for each other come together to either work in their favor or wedge them apart?
For young Jack; St Patricks Day is a proud day to admire being Irish. Although his first kiss on St. Patricks day from his best friend is perhaps something more worthwhile celebrating. For him, Darragh his friend, a beautiful blue-eyed ginger, the two share a moment that neither of them will ever forget.
We all have them, darlings. They are the cesspit of all our deepest darkest secrets. Our wants, desires and sins. It is in our speech, actions and pathological way of thinking. Our little darlings are our other side to ourselves. A sinister side which we all hide and brave with false facades. You cannot lie that you don't shelter a darling because, in reality, people of all ages harbor dark, sad and broken things.
Jake has never been a quiet boy from afar. However, the recent death of a loved one has left his life in turmoil. Follow along as he comes to terms with the turbulent after effects; which he believes is rightly his fault. Discover the subsequent conclusions of a sad and lonely boy through a series of ten letters he has written; acknowledging his pent-up misery and confusion of a tragic loss.
It had been years since they last spoke on equal playing fields. How would they react, or you: being locked in a room with your worse enemy, primary best friend. Though today, everything changes as two young boys struggle to find themselves amongst a bitter rivalry. Will they makeup and abandon their woes or will they further the confusion and mistaken mutual feelings for more bitterness. Who We Are is a story about finding yourself in the midst of confusion and mending old wounds.