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A Case of Jitters (2020)


Jacob is in love with Andrew, an adorable boy with an infectious smile whom he has hardly ever spoken with until now. A rigorous case of jitters quakes in his bones as he passes a love note to express his desire. How will it be received? What will his other friends think about his encroaching secret now that he is ready to exit the closet? Jacob will be taken to new measures that he has never known until love and hate floods into his life, making him an unlikely hero who stands tall.

Chasing Christmas (2018)


Christmas Eve is supposed to be a festive and jolly time for everyone. However, what young Noah realizes this Christmas is that life has a way of kicking you in the gut while you're down. As the family gathers an unexpected arise of circumstances result in his crush and family being taken in by Noah's mother for the holidays. What starts off as playful flirting takes a dramatic outcome in the icy, knee-deep conditions of a Chicago neighborhood when Noah's, cousin Lucas provokes a group of teenagers.

You, Me & Them (2019)


For two boys will the threat of a deadly secret threaten the friendship they have built? Taylor realizes he is gay, and he likes Jackson, his best friend. For so long, he has tried desperately hard to control his urges. However, this season, Taylor’s emotions are at a boiling point. It is an ordinary summer like any other. The family is gathered by the lake, endless days of swimming and grilled food and laughter. Except, Jackson has been acting weirdly around Taylor since the start of vacation. So, with the unforeseen changes taking place, Taylor sets off to find out the reason why Jackson has suddenly changed, where he learns an unexpected secret his bestie has been harboring.


With the infinite day crawling along, Taylor notices tattletale signs his friend may be different. Taylor mulls over the new-found information into the stretching afternoon; challenging himself to be brave to reach out to his friend by the end of the day before the moment outpaces him to acknowledge the true feelings they possibly have for one another before it is too late.

We Are Here: Vol 1 (2020)


Just for you, I bring a collection of beloved tales of mine all here in one place to enjoy. We Are Here is a volume of stories about love, hate, joy, and sadness. The narratives woven here are about real people, with real problems. Will you join to learn about a guy who is stood up at a bar, a young boy grieving for the loss of his best friend? There are stories about trials of confusion and acceptance, falling head over heels in love, and dark little darlings just waiting to be devoured.

Ghouls, Goblins & Ghastly Boys (2017) 

Ghouls, Goblins & Ghastly Boys, will revolve around a young teenage boy, during his mischievous quest on All Hallows' eve. Where trick r' treating is ripe, bravery is measured by audacity, and fun is tantalizing. Join our young protagonist as he goes about his endeavours on this spooky eve. He will meet an array of characters, along with his reward in the form of a cute memorising boy. A seductive boy, who charms his way into our young protagonist's hormonal brain. (Short Story/Erotica)

Love In Paris (2018)

What do you do when you see a cute boy while out on a routine jog. For William, the youngster takes a much-deserved break, by buying a milkshake in a small plaza, where he sees a boy who catches his interest. What starts off as a curiosity soon builds up to a clumsy mistake and coincidently, ends up making the boys meet face to face. What will be said? Will the cat come out of the bag that William has been infatuated with him for weeks or how William turned up most days at the same time in the court to catch a glimpse? (Short,LGBT)

As They Say (2017) 


When a new boy arrives in the middle of the night in a small rural town in Ireland. A local boy takes interest in the new arrival. Soon the boys are forced to confront each other due to the adults wanting them to bond. What appears to start off as nothing more than nervous giggles and jittery speech, turns into a friendship that only two boys can come to understand. A bond will forever change and form between both, that has never been experienced nor thought of until the ball drops and someone finally makes a move. How will the boy's parents, friends, and love for each other come together to either work in their favour or wedge them apart? (Novel/Diary Entry/Romance)

You & I: Book 1 (2019)


Max Wilson is a peculiar 14-year-old boy with a love for basketball and classical music. The teenager is popular among his peers, but he has bad grades, and his family life at home is not going well. Plus, Max has a huge secret he is keeping from the world. Max is gay.


Recently he has chosen a pen-pal from a candidate list for English class as his grades have been growing increasingly bad. With the youngster's grades slipping, and with the need to get ahead Max decides to take the last resort. Reluctantly, the boy writes a letter and sends it off to an anonymous person who he has been assigned. When the reply comes back Max learns that the other sender is also a boy within the same school.


Over two months, the teenagers grow a bond through a lost art of communication; helping Max to come to terms with who he is, and to Max's amazement, he's fallen for an unknown boy who sounds perfect in every way according to their personal correspondences.

Light The Night (2018)


It is a silent night in the town even though it is Halloween. For those who keep the tradition of Samhain alive, it is the last attempt at outwardly presenting how they feel trapped in their day to day lives. Except, then there is Milo who is rather rebellious, who yells a lot, steals, vandalizes, and of recently, mourns.


Once he loved Halloween, though that was many years ago. For on this night, the unthinkable happened, changing his life forever.


Now every Halloween he lives that same night on repeat… that is until tonight.

Kiss Me I'm Irish (2018) 


Kiss Me, I'm Irish is a collection of stories, each loosely attached and all taking place on St. Patrick's Day. An adorable lovestruck ginger boy will kiss his best friend for the first time. A young woman will make an incredible connection with the only friend who will ever understand her situation. Two country boys share an intimate encounter. A drunken Irish man finds himself in a funny situation after being stood up when he gets talking to a pretty woman, and a happily married couple of fifty years recount decades of fond memories.

Before The Storm (2018)


A massive storm front barrels toward Florida. In an emergency pop-up shelter, young Lucas meets a boy, whom he confides in about his feelings towards boys, his fears about life, and his love for Disney movies, among other things. Join in as the boys grow closer over the course of a large storm cell. Will they become friends, trade contact information, perhaps keep in touch. Who knows...

Who We Are (2017)


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. (Short/Drama)

Even If We Tried (2017-2018)


For young Sam Collins life is on the up and up. He is an accomplished, well respected fourteen-year-old artist from Spokane. His best friend Ethan is a favourite character amongst his peers; however, when a new boy arrives at school with a rocky past, Sam befriends the lonely boy. At first things are puppy love, but eventually, the illusion crumbles beneath all three boys feet. Sam must choose between his best friend and his new found crush before jealousy or bullying can do more damage. (Novel/Drama/Romace)

The Gift (2019) 


On Christmas Eve, a 10-year-old homeless boy called Max meets Joe, a homeless fifty-year-old; where the pair shares a moment of kindness and goodwill.