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Young Adult titles
Aisling, Book One: Guardian, by Carole Cummings
Constable Dallin Brayden knows who he is, what he's about, and he doesn't believe in Fate. 'Wilfred Calder' has no idea who he is, what he's about, and has been running from Fate for as long as he can remember.
Aisling, Book Two: Dream, by Carole Cummings
What begins as Constable Dallin Brayden escorting the prisoner Wilfred Calder back to Putnam quickly turns into a flight for both their lives. Political betrayal and malicious magic lurk behind every bush and boulder in their flight across the countryside
Aisling, Book Three: Beloved, by Carole Cummings
Newfound love might not be enough. Trust holds the possibility of both salvation and damnation. Circumstances having forced them to seek asylum in Lind, Wil and Dallin find themselves at the center of an approaching convergence they’re not sure they’re strong enough to face.
AWAKE (Anthology) edited by Tracey Pennington
COWBOYS CAN FLY by Ken Smith
BANSHEE by Hayden Thorne
FILLY, THE by Mark R. Probst
ICARUS IN FLIGHT by Hayden Thorne
LITTLE J AND ROGER PART 1: BARR'S MEADOW by Eldot
Julian has had this crush for four years; it's time to make his move. He's been a scout for a year now; he just knows the perfect situation is at hand: summer camp. All the distractions of the working world will be removed. Mark will be his before the trip home. He's been in love with his scoutmaster forever-since he was nine, at least. He doesn't know how well he has chosen the place and time.
LITTLE J AND ROGER PART 2: THE POKER CLUB by Eldot
Tom has to come to grips with the discovery that he has fallen in love. He is used to being free of commitments. Others seek his favor and make his task difficult. Other romances are underway that he doesn’t know about; still others are about to begin. The camp is a beehive of activity as the third day begins. Unknown to Tom and Nick, Julian and Mark are silent supporters.
LITTLE J AND ROGER PART 3: THE SHOOTING GALLERY by Eldot
Days six, seven and eight at Camp Walker. The comical side of camp life is featured, along with some new story developments. Julian learns about Erik, and Mark’s story unfolds. Julian and Mark’s relationship develops an aesthetic dimension. Julian feels empowered and undertakes a unique challenge: outfitting Nick and Tom’s clandestine bedroom. He becomes their self-appointed secret guardian.
LITTLE J AND ROGER PART 4: THUNDER AND LIGHTNING by Eldot
Eldot continues his coming of age novel with more fast paced activity. The second fun filled week at camp continues with surprises, challenges, successes and a few disappointments. There are romances, and there are lots of extra-curricular activities. Tony in particular has a good time. Thunder and Lightning employs 87 characters, the highest number yet in the Little J and Roger series.
LITTLE J AND ROGER PART 5: THE CHAMPIONS by Eldot
Eldot’s final novel in the five part Little J and Roger series. The last three days of camp: class activities have to be finished, competitions held, awards presented, and goodbyes said. There is much unfinished personal business to complete; a few new developments pop up along the way, making this the longest book in the five part series.
MASKS: EVOLUTION by Hayden Thorne
MASKS: ORDINARY CHAMPIONS by Hayden Thorne
MASKS: RISE OF HEROES by Hayden Thorne
When you grow up gay in a Las Vegas trailer park, the odds are nine to one against you. Just ask Neil Ostwinkle. His mom shackles him with one bad stepfather after another. His heart goes wild for all the wrong boys. But when he meets Canadian Zach Schaffer, it appears his fortunes may change. Will he be able to find and keep love during the tumultuous Eighties and Nineties?
"Masterfully written . . . For anyone in search of a mature young adult read written with depth and unflinching honesty, which will take you on an emotional journey of love, loss and self-discovery, I can’t recommend this book highly enough." Rainbow Book Reviews
SHADES OF GAY by Stephanie Silberstein
Seventeen-year-old Arthur has never kissed another boy. When Mitch moves in next door, Arthur decides to pursue a relationship. Mitch is afraid to come out, but Arthur can't stand to keep their relationship in the closet. When the boys decide to declare their love openly, the whole school turns on them in ways they never expected.
Suicide Notes by Michael Thomas Ford
UNDERCOVER ASSIGNMENT by AKM Miles
Gom Marsh liked knowing that the work he did as an undercover cop, enrolling into high schools to assist the staff in cases of extreme bullying, made a difference. It was rewarding, but often heartbreaking, work.
VADE MECUM by Lee Benoit
André is a confused and angry fourteen-year-old boy whose aunt brings him to live with her motley extended family. Against the backdrop of plans for a most unconventional wedding, André finds a place to be himself, and to belong without question.
VINTAGE, A GHOST STORY by Steve Berman
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Young Toby spends his days exploring the backwoods surrounding his UK country home. His imagination not only supplies adventure but also the exciting promise of lustful embraces and kisses with the handsome field hand. When Toby's mother, a nurse, brings home a sickly yet handsome youth, Cymon, to recuperate, Toby finds himself drawn to the older boy. Their friendship, awkward at first, blossoms as each offers the other much-needed comfort. Cowboys Can Fly presents a classic story of gay adolescence, one that is as heartbreaking as it is triumphant in spirit.
“Woods and boys were born to be together; born to share each other’s unquestionable beauty. A woods is that special place where a boy’s quest to be spiritually free is born, a place of magic and mystery, a wonderful place to fall in love.” --Ken Smith