Oberon's Page

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Oberon’s Page is the story of a man who never wanted to be a hero or an outlaw. Chris Richman likes to lie low and blend in. He has a tendency to wear masks—schoolteacher, husband, father. He has led a conventional, respectable life, but Chris Richman isn’t who he pretends to be, and when he meets a beautiful young man named Ethan, he discovers that his heart is still capable of longing. More

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About Gary Cottle

Gary Cottle came into existence in the mid ‘60s in the state of West Virginia. He spent most of his life there appreciating the natural beauty of the landscape and avoiding the locals. Gary Cottle now resides in Merced, California, a town close to San Francisco and Yosemite National Park but, sadly, bears little resemblance to either. Gary Cottle is an exceptionally shy gay man and keeps to himself mostly. He has several dear friends and stays in contact with them through social media. Gary Cottle appreciates movies, novels, art, photography, forests, trees and cabins in the woods.

Please look for the following forthcoming novels:

The Raven’s Sepulcher

A teenage girl is sent to live with her grandmother in a secluded colonial farmhouse in New England. After finding a chapel in the attic and a mysterious old cemetery behind the house, she learns that her family is connected to a secret and ancient cult, and she must decide if she will accept the barbaric practices and beliefs of this cult or risk her life by declaring her independence from her family.

My High School Boyfriend

In 1983, Glen Farris, a poor teenager who was bullied at school and ignored at home, believed he was destined to lead a life of loneliness and solitude until Shannon Dupree, a handsome and stylish young man from the city, moved into the abandoned house next door. Shannon lived alone because his recently divorced mother liked to travel, and the rambling old mansion near the ghost town of Thurmond, West Virginia, built with coal money by Shannon’s great grandfather, provided a refuge, a place where the boys could relax and not worry about those who would judge them. They became close during the summer between their junior and senior years of high school, and in the fall, they became boyfriends. They planned to run away together after graduation, but their dreams were almost destroyed when Glen’s father, a fundamentalist preacher, discovered they were more than friends.

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Review by: dagi on April 11, 2014 :
A compelling novel that had me hooked from the first page on, with characters I'm still in love with ever since I got to know them. I look forward to reading more by this amazing author.
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