A queer romantic fable for young adults (and the young at heart) - love, life, and history never looked quite like this before.
"So your life sucks. Couldn't be suckier if you tried. Falling in love with the most hated and feared figure of all time isn't going to make it any better. So he brought you back from the dead. Just say thanks. And move on. Very quickly. Please?"
A short novel based on real experiences. A gay teenager comes out to parents, one of whom is old fashioned and homophobic, and has a very extreme negative reaction. This is a story of broken hearts, true life and love, and is a recommended read for all youngsters who wish to come out to their parents, and to parents who struggle to come to terms with their child's sexuality.
A young graduate student finds herself in an altercation at a coffee shop with a man insisting homosexuality is an unnatural, exclusively human phenomenon. Her intelligence and sense of morality questioned, she sets out to prove him wrong. This work of literary nonfiction is a must read for anyone looking to understand how homosexuality exists as a component of the natural world.
"A Life for Nicholas" details the life of a thirteen year old boy who is an orphan and living in the foster care system. He has to deal with adolescence, his sexuality, the loss of friends and abuse as he figures out his place in the world.
This book is a novella of about 13,000 words and the prequel to "A Home For Christmas" by Matt Zachary.
In a world where 76+ countries still have laws against homosexuality, a same-sex kiss can lead to a prison sentence or even death. In those countries, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people face arrest for loving the wrong people. Here, in their own words, activists tell what’s going on.
Sara Carson is a high school math teacher and a closeted lesbian. She has had a failed relationship and is not looking for another one when Cynthia Wesley walks into her life one evening. Things are going really well when a series of events leads to Sara being forced to come out. Sara and Cynthia suffer through the challenges together and find out just how strong their love can make them.
Detectives Vivienne Sheffield and Dylan Black are dispatched to the local university where John Randolph, a seemingly happy, healthy college sophomore, has been found dead in his dorm room. When the autopsy results are in, Randolph’s death turns out to be something out of an Agatha Christie novel: arsenic poisoning. Unexpected twists and turns keep the detectives guessing until the very end.
A simple youth takes a stand for animals and gays. Note: Jon began writing the novelization of this tale in December, 2012 and is 70,000 words into the project, i.e., 85 - 90% through a first draft, as of October 5, 2013.