The Name on My Wrist

Rated 4.25/5 based on 4 reviews
James, middle-aged, is given to one-night flings with younger men in whom he searches for someone he lost long ago. A random comment by his latest catch draws his mind back to the past, to a boy he once loved so fiercely, a boy drafted and sent to fight in Vietnam. A boy lost in the war. A boy James has never forgotten. WARNING: This is a very sad little story. It's also one of my best IMHO.
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About J.M. Snyder

An author of gay erotic romance, J.M. Snyder began self-publishing gay erotic fiction in 2002. Since then, Snyder has worked with several e-publishers, most notably Amber Allure Press and eXcessica Publishing.

Snyder’s short fiction has appeared online at Ruthie’s Club, Tit-Elation, Eros Monthly, and Amazon Shorts, as well as in anthologies released by Alyson Books, Cleis Press, and others.

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Review by: Marcia Carrington on April 14, 2012 :
Introspective short story where the narrative's central relationship is intimately portrayed, sometimes with an uncomfortably realistic level of emotional detail which makes the reader believe they are watching a true story unfold, and that they are intruding on the events.
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Review by: kim william on Dec. 5, 2011 :
really heart breaking, but very beautiful and very moving story, even through it short, it makes connect with the character really well. i loved. thank u to the author.
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Review by: London Shye on Dec. 30, 2010 :
Though sad, I true reminder of a war that never should have happened.
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Review by: B. B. on July 26, 2010 :
This is sad, tender and sweet, but I couldn't help but feel that it's a prelude to a story rather than a story in itself. The reader is given a mere glimpse into James's life and then shut out. There's potential for much more here. I think the real story would be James moving on from his loss and learning to live again.
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