In the depths beneath the Everbright City lies a vast complex of caves known as The Shade. The Underking of the Shade, Salidar thulu'Khant, seeks to free the demons imprisoned in the city above and use them to unseat King Neredos, the immortal ruler of humanity. The future of the world rests in the unwilling hands of young thief and Shade native, Styx, who is thrust into the middle of a conflict which has perpetuated for centuries.
Nessa is a fairy who lost all her powers when she killed another fairy. She can no longer be considered a fairy, and is thus expelled from her home and her family. Now, she has to build a new life in exile, but she can't let go of her past or shake off the guilt from what she did. Things only get worse when she realises the worst war in living memory is about to break out, and she is at the centre of it. If she wants to see this war to the end, Nessa will have to learn to put her past behind her and trust her new friends, but can she really pretend she's anything but a murderer?
Jared and Tommy are close friends who are going into the challenging world of high school and possibly dating girls in the near future. So, before finding themselves in a strange and awkward position when it comes to finding their very first girlfriend could be damaging to their reputation. They might as well try to get some 'practice' in beforehand, right? However...is this just an exercise for both boys involved? Or is one a little more 'involved' than the other?
A lonely, older man has spent his life hiding his sexuality. One day, by chance, this changes. Then a young man arrives to help him widen his horizons, as he slowly comes to terms with life as a gay man.
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.
Valentine's Day isn't for everybody. Especially when you're young, gay, and in the closet. But what if you got a sweet little message anyway? Maybe the right gesture, at just the right time, could change your mind.
A part of Cia's 'Flash Fiction' challenge for the GA Newsletter, this short 'one-shot' story details the experience of a gay sibling coming home from college to meet his younger sister's boyfriend for the first time. Is he imagining things, or does he see more of himself in this boy than he expected?
A retelling of my first story ever written. Several boys experience a coming to age tale, each in their own way. Join Shane, Isaac, Nick, Gage and more as they go through life with their own expectations.