The World in His Eyes Hosted by the Goodreads M/M Romance Group
Larry is a flirt and a sweet guy under a bit of swagger. He is tired of one night stands and wants to find a real relationship but he has a hard time staying away from the hook-up sites. Because… sex. Larry feels the sting of being rejected automatically because of his race. But he still has a positive attitude and rolls with the punches. He won’t ignore elephants in the room, however; which sometimes leaves people uncomfortable.
“Beautiful eyes” is a snarky, young, driven professional who won’t be guilted into making a connection. He isn’t even looking for Mr. Right… but he likes Larry’s open face and broad shoulders and is charmed despite himself. Will “Eyes” give Larry a chance when his friends (or colleagues, family) seem less than enthusiastic? Can he grow up enough to accept a relationship that requires some work and commitment?
Can Larry set aside his patter and flirtatiousness enough to let “Eyes” see the sensitive guy hiding?
Demon Spawn (Not complete, edited, or cohesive. Proceed at your own risk.)
When Vaughn Shido joined his brother's troops as they besieged the desert city of Ro'don, he assumed that the infamous enemy commander Ari Kale adopted the title Demon Child to inspire fear in his enemies. After a gruesome battle, fate and a psychotic ally guide him to a beautiful young enemy on the brink of death. He steals the young man away and nurses him back to health, only to discover that he brought home the Demon Child himself--and that the title is a literal description rather than a moniker.
Story Notes: Even at over 90,000 words, this is still a work in progress. I've been trying to write fantasy stories for so long, and failing so miserably because I can't even stop being a skeptic in my own imagination. This is the first one that has come together quite as I intended. Despite my own misgivings, it's a fun read that seems to really want to become an epic fantasy series.
Graffiti is gone.
It was one of the first things I ever wrote, and while it inspired some future projects, it should have stayed on my hard drive rather than ever seeing the light of day. But if anyone read it and didn't mind the mess, email me for a .doc copy:)