The Storyteller

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Banished by his family, young, blind aristocrat Oleg finds there are advantages of living isolated with just his tutor for company. But the perfect day said tutor, Neiam, planned for them, Oleg's father seems hell bent on ruining.
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Published by Storm Moon Press
Words: 3,950
Language: English
About Blaine D. Arden

Blaine is a purple haired, forty-something, writer of gay fiction with a love of men, music, mystery, magic, fairies (the pointy eared ones), platform shoes and the colours black, purple and red, who sings her way through life.

Born and raised in Zutphen, the Netherlands, Blaine spent many hours of her sheltered youth reading, day dreaming, making up stories and acting them out with her barbies.

Though she wrote her first gay fiction as a teenager, Blaine's true inspiration comes from the wonderful gay romance called 'Beautiful Thing' — adaptation of the play by Jonathan Harvey — through which she gained some very dear gay friends and a postponed bout of puberty that caused an introverted and shy Blaine to finally grow into herself.

Supporting Blaine in all matters regarding household, teenagers, cairn terrier Kendra and pursuing her dreams, is her long-suffering husband for over twenty years.

When not writing, reading or at choir practice, Blaine has singing lessons and hopes to be in a band someday.

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Review by: Ruby Jewlz on Feb. 15, 2013 :
Very sweet
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Review by: Marcia Carrington on June 10, 2012 :
Poetic, artistic short story which treats its central character with sensitivity and delicacy, and thankfully does not take an exploitative route in terms of adult content, instead, keeping events on a more literary keel.
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Review by: Ernest Winchester on Feb. 16, 2012 :
A powerful story, bordering on quality literature that, skims erotica without dwelling too deeply. It leaves plenty of room for future episodes.
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