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      Encourage an Author. Leave a Review!   08/14/2017

      I'd like to thank the handful of members who have really stepped up on writing reviews for authors.  They really appreciate when members take the time to write the review.  Speaking as an author myself, reviews and feedback encourage us to write.  I've heard from several of our authors thanking us for reminding everyone how important this is. Read some of the latest reviews here: https://www.gayauthors.org/discover/74/   You never know when you'll find that next must read story... but those reviews might help guide you in.  And, in turn, your reviews will help guide others.  Everyone benefits.    If you are looking for stories to review, Here's the list of completed stories.  Any story that isn't already showing stars, needs a review.  Give them a try.  Or, go back and review some of your beloved classics.  The authors love hearing from you.   Go through the list and be sure to leave a review! It is really simple. Select a star rating from 1 to 5, with 5 being the best. Write a review that is spoiler free that highlights what you think other people should know about the story.  If you are leaving a critical or low rated review, please make your comments constructive so that the author has an opportunity to improve their writing.  We writers usually appreciate this. I know I do. If you are reading a story review and you like it and found it helpful, be sure to mark it as helpful.    That's it!  Check out the video if you need help.  It is closed captioned as well if you can't follow my mumbling dulcet tones:   Remember, you can see recent reviews here: https://www.gayauthors.org/discover/74/ (also found from Activity -> My Activity Streams -> Latest Story Reviews)

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    grahamsealby

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    By grahamsealby, in Poetry. 08/19/2017 (Updated: 08/19/2017)

    A poem about the cruelty of society to homosexuals in the nineteen fifties.

  2. Adlai

    By grahamsealby, in Fiction. 07/16/2017 (Updated: 07/25/2017)

    Adlai Ben Yusuf the son of a humble carpenter, grew up  in the village of Nazareth in the troubled land called Palestine. With  with his brother Tavi and cousin Cephas he enjoyed the usual escapades and misadventures of a normal teenage boy.  Whereas Adlai was scholarly and introspective his brother Tavi was an extrovert. He was a warrior, an adventurer and a womaniser; trouble followed him relentlessly. Being popular and well-loved, he was  his father Yusuf''s favourite. Then suddenly  a simple mistake occurred which was to have tragic and far-reaching consequences; consequences that have endured to the present day.  

  3. Padrick

    By grahamsealby, in Fiction. 06/12/2017 (Updated: 06/19/2017)

    In the homophobic atmosphere of Sydney during the Roaring Twenties, gay policeman Constable Paddy Langdon was anxious to avoid any deep emotional commitments. Then he met a young man at a seedy Turkish Bathhouse and they fell deeply in love. Gang violence had become an issue, intensifying when  gangs began to use a cheap barbers razor as a weapon of choice; this deadly item being used to cut, mutilate and kill rivals.

  4. KENNY

    By grahamsealby, in Fiction. 02/05/2016 (Updated: 03/02/2016)

    Kenny Jones and his childhood friend Jeffry Cree, meet many years later when Kenny, after retiring from a successful footy career, moves to a small town in Victoria's Gippsland, to take up a teaching post at the local Marist College.
    Kenny has revealed that he is Gay whilst Jeffry is struggling to admit being a homosexual.
  5. To Sammy With Love

    By grahamsealby, in Fiction. 12/30/2015 (Updated: 01/20/2016)

    Peter Symons, a married man becoming weary with lying about his homosexuality, decides to face the consequences and 'come out'. Then at a bathhouse, he meets a young man called Sammy, rejected by his family, and then victimized by the larger homophobia community. This is a love story, a love story involving two people - who happen to be gay.
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