Author has written 10 stories for Romance, Action, Thriller, Fantasy, Historical, and Essay.
Part where Aragorn whispers "For Frodo" and heads towards the Black Gate, gets me every time. That, and when Yunho does something with his hips.
Roman Pudjarov Marcoh doesn't listen to rumours, he listens to Roman.
An Exploration of Parts Title by PalindromeIsntOne; a series of short, unrelated stories. All a bit sad, all complete.
Fourteen About how Ray became a single father and Thomas decided he wouldn't stand for it.
Fearless Every desperate town needs a hero - preferably a masked one, preferably a fearless one - and Josh will go to any length to prove his hero right.
Five and a Half About Sebastian the pretty blond German boy and Gideon the new Jewish kitchen aid. Sebastian gets attached, and WWII happens.
Silas the Boy in my Head When I dream, I dream in landscapes. This story shows some of the landscapes of my dreams. It's an experiment.
The Ruthless Momotarou About Creation and monsters. The mythical tale of Momotarou the peach boy, very freely interpreted. Historical, fantasy.
Matthew Hunt against The World The tragic misconceptions of Matthew Hunt, conveniently trapped between four attic walls, protected from the evil Outside World - until his door is forcibly thrown open and the truth seeps in, one shocking revelation at a time.
Steam Clouds and Lightning Bolts The story of Leopold and Benjamin Brooks, two engineering brothers. When competition threatens to destroy their little business and Benjamin makes a friend his older brother doesn't like, at all, Leopold is forced to come up with a plan. Historical.
The Auctorial Diary of Theodore Smith Theodore Smith is Christian and gay. At times, his reality is painful to the point where he thinks he might just give up. Most of the time, he finds limitless joy in the Lord. His diary is a reminder of that.
Quiet Musings Rants and reviews.
A little Tact Goes a Long Way Small is deaf and angry at the world. He's in denial about some things and painfully blunt about others.