Ethan T. Marston was raised in Illinois, but spent a good chunk of his life in Utah as well—he even returned to Utah to study writing and nutritional science at BYU. While there, he became very involved in the LDS LGBT+ community, he emerged from the depths of the closet, and (to his surprise) he met his wife, Allie. He and Allie are currently raising their baby daughter and trying to decide what the heck to do with their lives somewhere in Montana. Ethan enjoys taking pretty pictures of nature, being social, petting dogs, and writing fiction.
All Tiera ever wanted was a cozy job—one where she could keep her head down and avoid her anxiety—but no. I just had to take on that big story. I just had to know where those strange men were running off to. I just had to follow them through a wormhole to the Andromeda Galaxy.
Haunted by what he sees as an unforgivable mistake, Roy delves into his own psyche to get his life back with the help of a spunky psych major, Katie. With her help, Roy journeys into his own mind, where he can bend the very fabric of reality to his will. Through it all, Roy must fight for balance—he must choose between the evils of his light-hearted past and his grim present.
In today’s world we are constantly being told what love is, who we should give it to, and how we should give it. In this essai, author Ethan T. Marston—a gay Mormon—explores these questions as he looks at romantic love through the lenses of neurochemistry, anthropology, Christian theology, and his own experience.