Diego is a talented professional wrestler, but his career is circling the drain due to his inability to connect with the audience. Lance is a terrific entertainer, but a terrible wrestler. In a last ditch effort, management decides to pair them up. On screen they are the best of friends, but behind the scenes they despise each other. One is a solemn, hard-working 'straight' man and the other is a flamboyant, lackadaisical gay boy. They can't possibly have any chemistry, but with their careers now joined and hanging by a thread, they're just going to have to find a way.
I like writing, I do it when I'm bored, happy, sad, afraid, brave, strong, weak, or just feeling inspired. Some are good, some are great. Some are bad, some are terrible. And some are just parts that I like out of the stories that I write. So without further a due... I give you my first poetry anthology; Falling.
Declan was the epitome of strength, the top defensive back, top student in his classes, part of THE top-notch football team. But when he fails a basic challenge in front of his entire team--especially to a tiny thing like Bailey McIntyre--he's furious. So is his team captain. And Declan just can't seem let it go. And it gets worse... because he starts to think about Bailey as more than just the guy who destroyed his reputation.
A dark spinoff, taking place in the vampire world of "Gone From Daylight", Mel Workman is ranting and raving on his personal, latte night, radio broadcast! But tonight...there is one caller that he wasn't prepared to match wits with. Enjoy!
It had been years since they last spoke on equal playing fields. How would they react, or you: being locked in a room with your worse enemy, primary best friend. Though today, everything changes as two young boys struggle to find themselves amongst a bitter rivalry. Will they makeup and abandon their woes or will they further the confusion and mistaken mutual feelings for more bitterness. Who We Are is a story about finding yourself in the midst of confusion and mending old wounds.
Sometimes I steal flowers from your garden on my way to the cemetery, but today you’ve caught me and have demanded to come with me to make sure “the girl is pretty enough to warrant flower theft” and I’m trying to figure out how to break it to you that we’re on our way to a graveyard.
One night annihilated their lives, destroyed every happiness they ever knew, scarred them beyond healing and murdered their desire to keep breathing. What was left behind was a reminder taunting them every moment that perhaps they would never get their lives back.
Ezra is a mess of secrets and fear. He's learned to hate himself and it's eating him up inside. Who can save Ezra? His father? God? The college student that shows up at Ezra's school? Ezra himself? Or is he a lost cause? (M/M, abuse, violence, self-harm, rape, torture, brainwash)