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  1. stlstage

    Epilogue

    What an incredibly sad story, Steven. I can't help but think it's autobiographical. Growing up in the same era, most of us who are gay had similar crushes on straight friends as we had nowhere to turn and nowhere to find potential partners. I hope you have finally found the peace you deserve.
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    Chapter 14

    Your play by play of the game is excellent...didn't expect that!
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    A New Horizon

    Great Story! Just the right amount of conflict and a beautiful ending.
  4. stlstage

    All Out War!

    Sorry, I am going to have to stop reading your stories. There is nothing good to come out of them. It's almost like being gay is accepted, and so for that matter is gang violence illegal racing and illegal fighting...and everyone is doing it. I think your ideas ore delusional and unrealistic.
  5. stlstage

    The Minister's Kid

    I am late on the scene here, but have enjoyed this story and are awaiting the next one between Justin and Harrison. Remember this is YOUR story, not ours. You can take it wherever your want it to go...
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    Chapter 10

    Wonderful story
  7. stlstage

    Epilogue

    Great Story. The plot could be used for a action packed suspense movie. Keep up the good work!
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    Chapter 13 - Two Bullets

    I have had it with your stories. There is little happiness to found anywhere and stupidly unbelievable. I keep waiting for things to get better but there is no hope.
  9. stlstage

    Chapter 13: The Chase

    Colonian, you are a masterful story-teller! I enjoyed your tale immensely and it would have worked even in with a straight plot.
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    Chapter 50-Final Chapter

    Mark, your description of Johnny Weir was spot on! When I saw him as commentator of the Seoul Olympics, i had to change the channel. He is so far out there...and I am a gay man. He made Adam Rippon look like Sylvester Stallone.
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    Chapter 11

    Mark, you should chair the St. Louis Visitor's Bureau. As I was reading, I was saying to myself, you left out Ted Drew's...but you saved the best to last. Too bad there was only one day in the Mound City. A evening at the Muny or a dinner at Cuneto's (as if anyone needed more excellent food) would have hit the spot.
  12. stlstage

    Chapter 46

    I enjoy your description of St. Louis and the Hill area, float trips, etc. Most of us who live here know that there is no comparison of Italian food anywhere outside the Hill. I take it you have spent time here...or even reside here. Your depiction of Malibu and Santa Monica hit home too. I the early 60's, my Grandmother lived in Santa Monica and we spent many hours on the Beach and at POP on the pier. I brought back happy memories.
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    Chapter 15

    I have really enjoyed reading your story. I grew up in the 60's and remember the timeline all too well. It would have been nice to see Jeff, who had the whole world against him, survive the era to prove everyone wrong his education and drive. It's your story and I always respect the author's creativity.
  14. stlstage

    Epilogue - Turtle Island

    beautiful story!
  15. stlstage

    Chapter 11

    too much violence. I can't read anymore
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