Corporal Cameron Holden moonlights as Liberty, a costumed vigilante who watches over and protects fellow servicemen and the wider public from those that would do them harm. Returning to duty from the incident that gifted him with the powers to become Liberty, Cameron finds himself reassigned as the personal driver to the rugged and handsome Colonel John Haverson.
Cameron will need all his skills to keep the Colonel safe and to keep himself from falling for the older man.
Isn't it funny how the past comes back to kick us in the ass? Brady Jordan ran from his home town ten years ago, now a grown adult and comfortable with his sexuality, Brady returns to confront the sins of his past.
A collection of early poerty and prose. This served as a outlet and a source of sanity in an otherwise stressful time in my life. I hope everyone enjoys these early works that have helped me become a better writer.
Joey Carpenter is a street kid. Living in his parent’s garage, he hustles to survive. Alcohol and drugs help him face the world. Rejected by his family, and an outcast at school, his future looks dim until he meets Allen Foster- who has his own problems. The special bond they form will give Joey a second chance at life.
Tony is from the North. Mitch is from the South. Tony is Catholic. Mitch is Baptist. Tony drives a Mercedes. Mitch drives a pickup truck. Tony wears designers. Mitch wears jeans and t-shirts. It's a mismatch made in Heaven
Three years ago, a man nicknamed Teddy witnessed the death of his lover by the hands of the Carnifex, an organization that once gave him hope for a better life, but now he was in a living hell as he strived to kill all the people involved with his lover's death. One of those people was the organization's head of security who revealed Teddy's secret relationship to the Carnifex and now was living a comfortable, happy life with a house by the beach and a person that he loved. Teddy was going to destroy his life and be one step closer to finally getting the revenge that he desperately wanted.
Letters, poems, prose, and short stories I've written as a means of resistance and healing as a black gay man. Includes a letter from a father to his son, experiences with dating, life after Trayvon Martin's death, and other subject matters.
Two guys and a dog load into a 10-year-old pickup truck and spend two months driving the perimeter of the United States. It doesn't directly show, but over the course of the two months, the narrator falls in love with the driver -- and with the dog.
Death is better left undisturbed, but some people don't know any better. After the death of his best friend, Ethan, Caleb Neild ventures into The Underworld to seek Ethan's soul and bring him back to the world of the living. He requests the help of the mythical Orpheus, bard turned psychopomp, to find The One Who Rules Beneath and must cross the dreaded six rivers of the afterlife.
If life was there for the taking, then it might look a lot like Kay Walker’s life. A good family with liberal and accepting attitudes, doing impressively well at college both on and off the field, a big circle of friends, and a promising future.
Of course, there are a couple of problems with this picture. Firstly, it wouldn’t make a very interesting story. And secondly, perhaps more importantly, it’s not quite true. Or at least, it’s not the whole picture.
Human beings have now evolved. And they are now able to unlock more of the potential of their powerful minds. Discriminated as Mentals, they are oppressed by other humans in fear that they would be a threat to all of mankind. With a world that is transitioning into a new age, what is in store for the young Kieran?
Jake is young, wild, and runs with his brother's bad-ass gang. But he has a secret he needs to hide. When he is saved from a rival gang by a guy with eyes blue as the summer's sky, all dressed up in an Armani suit and moves like Bruce Lee, the walls he carefully built around him start to crumble.