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Promising Authors

Promising Authors - Authors at Gay Authors that are up and coming. They will be promoted to either Signature or Classic Author in a year or so, depending on their writing speed. They were definitely worth checking out and encouraging on their way!

    1. Aceinthehole
      10,239

      Aceinthehole

      • Author: Promising Author
      • 6 Stories
      • 9 Reviews
      • 2,511 Comments
      • 970,438 Words
      • No website available

      Ace’s stories explore the harsh realities of coming of age. They include tragic tales and heartbreaking moments. Yet, if you stay with it you’ll find characters that fight through the darkness and find their way into the light.
    2. albertnothlit
      2,575

      albertnothlit

      • Author: Promising Author
      • 13 Stories
      • 2 Reviews
      • 1,308 Comments
      • 352,298 Words

      Albert holds an MSc in Environmental Engineering, and although he is no longer a full-time engineer, he will always try to make his science fiction as sciency as possible. Just don't ask him about the technical background to his stories because he won't shut up.
    3. Carlos Hazday
      20,040

      Carlos Hazday

      • Author: Promising Author
      • 27 Stories
      • 32 Reviews
      • 5,518 Comments
      • 769,988 Words

      A reader commented Carlos practices socially engaged storytelling. Not preachy, but raising awareness of issues facing the GLBT community and humanity in general. These are tales grounded in real life, featuring gay men dealing with everyday concerns about family, friends, and relationships. Characters are men who tackle challenges instead of backing away from them. The author’s love of motorcycles and travel and his contempt for social injustice often play a central role in his stories.
    4. Caz Pedroso
      36,297

      Caz Pedroso

      • Author: Promising Author
      • 23 Stories
      • 8 Reviews
      • 2,234 Comments
      • 355,282 Words

      Caz likes stories with happy endings. Although her characters may have sad pasts, or go through hell and back, they always find love and walk into the sunset with their happily ever after.
    5. craftingmom
      11,145

      craftingmom

      • Author: Promising Author
      • 18 Stories
      • 22 Reviews
      • 4,031 Comments
      • 714,832 Words
      • No website available

      Stories crafted here are going to be filled with angst. You'll find abused, hurting characters who feel lost and just want to be safe and loved, whether they are human, neko, or something in between.
    6. Dodger
      14,013

      Dodger

      • Author: Promising Author
      • 8 Stories
      • 13 Reviews
      • 2,580 Comments
      • 741,537 Words
      • No website available

      Dodger was born in Canada, started school in the UK, attended elementary school in Canada, secondary school in the UK, and high school in Canada, before returning to the UK to serve an apprenticeship. It’s no wonder he’s confused! After moving country eight times in thirty years, Dodger prides himself on his diversity, and this is reflected in his stories with a growing collection from both sides of the Atlantic.
    7. LitLover
      64,131

      LitLover

      • Author: Promising Author
      • 5 Stories
      • 13 Reviews
      • 2,914 Comments
      • 233,700 Words
      • No website available

      LitLover is a proud mother of two wonderful children, and an unapologetic romantic and optimist. You’ll find her writing reflects that nature. Her characters might be pushed down by life, but they will come back fighting for their HEA.
    8. Mikiesboy
      69,968

      Mikiesboy

      • Author: Promising Author
      • 34 Stories
      • 58 Reviews
      • 6,958 Comments
      • 303,259 Words
      • No website available

      Mikiesboy’s journey as a writer began when a generous woman gifted him a book of poetry while still a teenager. It started a period of earnest reading and writing, which became a warm refuge in an otherwise cold reality. Much of his remarkable early work was focused on aspects of survival, and he’s brought this clear-sighted, journalistic approach to all he continues to do. Now, all his works are injected with humour and realism as he explores the human condition and many aspects of love.
    9. Parker Owens
      22,192

      Parker Owens

      • Author: Promising Author
      • 19 Stories
      • 24 Reviews
      • 5,102 Comments
      • 438,513 Words
      • No website available

      Parker Owens writes poetry about the natural world mathematics, and heartache. His stories speak of loneliness, longing and love. Follow him on the back roads to places you've never stopped to visit.
    10. Puppilull
      13,318

      Puppilull

      • Author: Promising Author
      • 16 Stories
      • 2 Reviews
      • 1,376 Comments
      • 271,386 Words
      • No website available

      Why do people, more often than not, do stupid things that screw up their lives? Intrigued by people, but not always able to understand their actions, that question of why fascinates Puppilull. A long time reader and spinner of fantasies, Puppilull is new to writing for the public and her content varies. To tell a story worth reading, she tries to stay true and honest to the characters. Besides, what’s the point of telling a story, if you don’t try to get to know the people who inhabit it?
    11. Sasha Distan
      17,351

      Sasha Distan

      • Author: Promising Author
      • 64 Stories
      • 13 Reviews
      • 5,722 Comments
      • 1,570,038 Words

      Sasha writes romantic fiction for men who love men, and everyone else who likes that too. Mixing the beautifully mundane with the outlandish and fantastical, Sasha generally just wants everyone to end up happy and in love, and sometimes the characters play along too. There is often, but not always, a fairly healthy amount of sex involved.
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