Encounters on public transport are mostly fleeting, raising questions, never to be answered. Liam Kendrick needs to make some important decisions. While considering his own life, he observes a stranger's as they both commute back and forth.
Rhys Even's is anything but a quiet, shy and affectionate teenager. The youth who is somewhat rebellious and known inside school as a troublemaker among teachers. However, a recent deed has made him a hero of sorts between peers and faculty, and Rhy's wishes nothing more than to go back to his quiet life with his select few friends. What start's as an irritating change of events begins to settle after Rhy's has an outburst, and leading from the situation, a mysterious boy online begins messaging Rhy's, who secretly admires our young hero.
Can you imagine the future when you are thirteen years old? When you’ve lost everything? From the ruins of war in a bombed out town in Syria; the desperation of refugee camps; and slum cities in Turkey, the paramount goal is safety and the impossible: Europe. This story is of our time and does not shy away from harsh reality. There is abuse, exploitation, huge risk, suffering and pain, but there is also romance and a few good souls.
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.
Plumber’s apprentice Andrew Richardson finds himself in an unlikely battle of wits with a pretentious American pop star visiting London for the Brit Awards. The singer is unhappy because there’s no heating, but the boiler needs replacing and on Sundays, Andy goes to church.
George Granger has been separated from his command, and how finds himself in limbo, waiting for Valiant to return. In the meantime, the Admiralty has found other things for him to do. Little does Granger know that when his ship finally does return, he'll be given an entirely different challenge, one that will take him to entirely new waters.
Set in a mirror version of the 14th century, Paladin's plague has turned the world into a wasteland. With time running out and a war brewing, Commander Gil'eppsie races for Pen’thorpe Keep; mysterious dark forces are at work, and Catholicism is on the rise.
After the death of his parents Patrick is lonely and his life unfulfilled, in spite of being rich and able to indulge in his passion for creating unique art in his card shop in London. He longs for friends and for a romantic relationship, especially while creating Valentine cards. The chance encounter with a handsome Dane and his young son pitches the shy innocent cardmaker headlong into love and changes everything.
This is an autobiographic story. It goes back to 2014 and is still in development. The main character, Clyde, meets an alternative boy and there builds more and more tension between them.
Some details are changed and the names of the characters have been made up.
Clyde is a transgender male (female to male). He had chest surgery and he got his ovaries and womb removed. He can't get pregnant. He hasn't had bottom surgery (yet). This means he has female genetalia. His clitoris has grown due to the use of testosteron. He looks masculine and by no means people would suspect that Clyde was physical female at birth.
For young Jack; St Patricks Day is a proud day to admire being Irish. Although his first kiss on St. Patricks day from his best friend is perhaps something more worthwhile celebrating. For him, Darragh his friend, a beautiful blue-eyed ginger, the two share a moment that neither of them will ever forget.
Geoff and Tony are both musicians but otherwise quite different. Tony, a diabetic, is confident in his sexuality, and in himself. Geoff conceals the fact he is gay from his family, and lacks self-confidence. This is the story of their growing love for each other, told through a series of snapshots of their lives.