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.
Hunter, a brilliant gay teenager, has just lost his boyfriend to Cyber Bullying. In his search for the culprits, he uncovers a massive conspiracy that will force him to face an integrated world, without boundaries or ethics. It is a world of Fundamentalism, Intrigue, Covert-actions, and Enmity. Where success and failure are relative to its silent "Observers". Can he achieve justice for his dead boyfriend and all those trapped in this "Web" of conflict?
Timothy Anderson was kicked out of his home when he was sixteen after his parents found out he contracted HIV AIDs. In this short, 1,200-word vignette, we learn of Timothy's life, his future and, ultimately, his fate
Following graduation and a double wedding, joined by their younger brothers, the newlyweds honeymoon in Europe. Upon their return, the younger teens start high school, but then tragedy strikes, bringing all Naptown Tales characters home for a final farewell. (June - August, 2010)
This is the 28th and final story in the Naptown Tales series, which can also be found at Awesome Dude and Nifty. Please see the Introduction for important background info.
David and Jeremy experience the chance of a lifetime, interning at the White House, while Trevor and Kurt serve as Pages in the Senate, but scandal follows close behind. Leave it to Brad to save the day. (May - August, 2009)
This is the 21st story in the Naptown Tales series, which can also be found at Awesome Dude and Nifty. Please see the Introduction for important background info.