Jack Scribe - Stories

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    Jack Scribe

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    • 19 Stories
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    Romance and life's daily experiences can be exciting, passe, rewarding and just a pain in the ass - depending on the situation and time of the day. They have been since Adam did his "apple thing" with Eve. Or was it Steve? Jack Scribe's stories involve contemporary gay males in a variety of situations that test the mettle of the characters in his novels and short stories. "Boy gets boy" is the end result.
  1. BAKED BEANS

    By Jack Scribe, in Fall - Legends. 08/22/2011 (Updated: 08/22/2011)

    SHORT STORY. Brock Burnett, once one of the hottest movie stars and a Hollywood legend, has fallen on hard times. A chance meeting with an old friend and a bizarre turn of events may change his life.
  2. That's the Chicago Way

    By Jack Scribe, in Fiction. 01/16/2011 (Updated: 05/09/2011)

    NOVEL. With the dynamic metropolis of Chicago as a backdrop, politics, corruption, murder and romance are woven into a tale about a variety of relationships. The primary characters of That’s the Chicago Way include a popular television news anchor, a resourceful college student, a personal assistant/lawyer for a crafty wheeler-dealer, and a junior associate of AOI Security. AOI is an international security firm that has been the part of several past stories.
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    Time to Grow Up 2.0

    By Jack Scribe, in Fiction. 02/07/2011 (Updated: 02/07/2011)

    SHORT STORY. This 2011 updated and re-written story follows the plotline of the original 2007 Fairy Tale Anthology submission. Suitable for readers of all ages.
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    It Doesn't Rain In Hell

    By Jack Scribe, in Fiction. 01/03/2011 (Updated: 01/03/2011)

    SHORT STORY. A fantasfy satire on BDSM - master/slave relationships. X-rated...but with tongue-in-cheek.
  5. Different Choices

    By Jack Scribe, in Fiction. 01/03/2011 (Updated: 01/03/2011)

    SHORT STORY. Please be advised that parts of this story portray forced, non-consentual sex to emphasize the dangers of going home with someone you don't know. Although the story does have a positive ending, the road is a little bumpy getting there.
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    Breaking News - 2007

    By Jack Scribe, in Fiction. 01/03/2011 (Updated: 01/03/2011)

    SHORT STORY. Awesome Dude 2007 April Fools Day Anthology that spoofs American politics. Does President Pelosi perk your interest? :o)
  7. Professional Courtesy

    By Jack Scribe, in Fiction. 01/03/2011 (Updated: 01/03/2011)

    NOVEL. A young restaurant manager's personal life is in a real slump until he meets a manager from a nearby restaurant. Complications occur when someone from his past reappears after several year's absence.
  8. Life's A Grind

    By Jack Scribe, in Fiction. 01/03/2011 (Updated: 01/03/2011)

    NOVEL. Jeremy and his group of friends are seniors at a Chicago high school. He juggles a part-time job (to help pay expenses at home) with the academic challenges and school activities of his final school year. His life reaches a watershed moment when he is offered a very unique job at the same time questions about sexual orientation are tested and answered.
  9. Domes And Teapots

    By Jack Scribe, in Fiction. 01/03/2011 (Updated: 01/03/2011)

    NOVEL. The dynamics of Washington, D.C. swirl around in the background as we follow the lives of four young men who work in different government-related jobs. Intrigue intertwines with personal relationships in this intimate behind-the-scenes depiction of politics in action as the nation approaches the 2006 elections.
  10. Other Avenues

    By Jack Scribe, in Fiction. 01/03/2011 (Updated: 01/03/2011)

    NOVEL. In the high-powered Chicago business world, we follow the life of a young successful executive - Jerry Franklin. Although a superstar in his company, the long term relationship with his lover is falling apart. A chance meeting with a younger guy is a catalyst to new love and unexpected challenges in business for Jerry.
  11. Shifting Sands 3. Las Vegas Trilogy

    By Jack Scribe, in Fiction. 01/03/2011 (Updated: 01/03/2011)

    NOVEL. In Shifting Sands, time has advanced one and a half years. Drew Reichardt and his partner Bob Harrington have kept busy working at the luxurious Barcelona Resort and Casino while forming a family unit that includes young Cray Gamble. Spike, Lou Jr., and Mario all return in this continuing tale that takes place in a recessionary Entertainment Capital of the World. And Jack Gamble becomes a featured character as events unfold. Book 3 of the Vegas trilogy.
  12. Desert Fantasies 2. Las Vegas Trilogy

    By Jack Scribe, in Fiction. 01/03/2011 (Updated: 01/03/2011)

    NOVEL. Young Cray flees from his hostile home in Utah and heads south to Las Vegas. Through meeting a few mentoring adults, he is able to survive, find a new home and start school. His adult friends are in the swirl of this gambling epi-center. Book 2 of the Vegas trilogy.
  13. It Stays In Vegas 1. Las Vegas Trilogy

    By Jack Scribe, in Fiction. 01/03/2011 (Updated: 01/03/2011)

    NOVEL. Drew is an ambitious, young manager at a Las Vegas casino resort who becomes smitten with an arriving guest. Danger lurks as their friendship grows. Book 1 of the Vegas trilogy.
  14. Splash On The Web 3. Splash Trilogy

    By Jack Scribe, in Fiction. 01/03/2011 (Updated: 01/03/2011)

    NOVEL. The main characters from the first two Splash stories return as supporting players in this tale of murder and intrigue. Private Investigator Oleg Petrov, a partner in AOI’s West Coast security operation, is asked to help prove the innocence of a young man charged with the death of a Valley porn producer. Book 3 of the Splash trilogy.
  15. Splash On The Screen 2. Splash Trilogy

    By Jack Scribe, in Fiction. 01/03/2011 (Updated: 01/03/2011)

    NOVEL. The four Navy friends move on to California and eventual civilian life. Book 2 of the Splash trilogy.