A Lens That's Black and White

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Eli Cole is a high school junior who plays hockey, has tons of friends, get great grades, and does everything he's supposed to do. But when he meets Viz McCoy, everything changes. Viz is the complete opposite of Eli, he's shy and considered a loser, because of the way he dresses and the things he's into. The two become friends and find that they have more in common than anyone would have thought. But what trouble will come from the new found friendship?

To warn you, this is the first novel that I've written that was more than 3 chapters, and the first piece of gay fiction I ever wrote. So, forgive me if it isn't the best writing. I write for FUN, for my own entertainment and maybe even the entertainment of others. I still have a long way to go before I become a published author or anything like that. This is purely a figment of my imagination, drawn up because I love to write. I'm testing my writing out on the world (or the gay part of it..?), so here you go.

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Hey PoisonIvy - I am glad I went back this morning to check - as I forgot to print chapter 3 - and was kinda pissed at you at the end of chapter 5 - thinking "this is it!!!!". But pissed in a good way now - because I think you have the potential of a wonderful book here. Of course - I am at work and have to read chapter three as yet. I love reading books that give perspectives form all sides - as how you have done with Eli vs Viz, and i am interested in Jake (and his perspective). The romantic in me does not want this to be an unhappy ending. Please, please keep doign what you are doing; it is already making for a good story, so cannot wait for the rest. Best of wishes

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On 07/12/2011 10:48 PM, PierreTony said:
Hey PoisonIvy - I am glad I went back this morning to check - as I forgot to print chapter 3 - and was kinda pissed at you at the end of chapter 5 - thinking "this is it!!!!". But pissed in a good way now - because I think you have the potential of a wonderful book here. Of course - I am at work and have to read chapter three as yet. I love reading books that give perspectives form all sides - as how you have done with Eli vs Viz, and i am interested in Jake (and his perspective). The romantic in me does not want this to be an unhappy ending. Please, please keep doign what you are doing; it is already making for a good story, so cannot wait for the rest. Best of wishes
Thank you so much! I'm so glad that people actually like it, this is my first try at writing a gay fiction novel. I'm glad you're enjoying it :)

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