Wes Writers and Publishers strives to bring you great books for your reading pleasure. We have been in the business of producing quality works of fiction for over two decades. We will branch out in the future to add more authors to bring you the reader, very high quality and entertaining stories from all genres.
It begins with Charles W. Harvey our star prize winning literary writer an poet. He is the author of the prize winning short story Cheeseburger selected by Joyce Carol Oates in the 1987 PEN/Southwest Prize. He is a frequent participant in NANOWRIMO and other literary endeavors. Please feel free to sample his many stories and two Novels via Smashwords and other fine retailers.
AC Adams brings you a little something different. He is our premier author for the gay literary erotica genre. Many of our readers have enjoyed his Roommates series. Look forward for a lot more to come from this up and coming author.
Clarissa Haley comes from east Texas. She likes quirky little stories that swim around that brain of hers. She has several exciting projects in the works. One is her hilarious pair of stories called Insects and Elephants. She has a few romance stories in the works for future release
Wes Writers and Publishers (we like being called WWP) will be adding more professional writers under its wings in the near future. We love good stories.
What do you like about writing and publishing?
I love writing and reading stories. I have an entrepreneur side to me that likes owning my own business. Indie publishing today allows one to wear both hats within a reasonable budget.
What do you like about your authors?
I like an author who has an edge and who breaks with convention. I have a quirky side to me and I look for that in authors. I look for authors who say the things I can't say.
Catnip Gray is no ordinary house cat. At first glance, you might be fooled. He sleeps late, stays up all night tomcatting, eats birds, and seems to care less about his human’s shenanigans. However unlike most cats, Catnip has a taste for Slim-Fast and runs a detective agency. He also has a soft spot for beautiful female cats in distress.
Who is out of control, the crazy government or the citizens telling their tales of woe? Absurdity versus reality—is there a difference? These four widely read stories will have you scratching your head and wondering what the author might have been smoking. But don’t worry it’s all in his head and it’s all a matter of time before you hear the news and go, “Hey wait a minute, I read that somewhere.”
Elliot Cross is the Butterfly Killer. He targets anyone with dreams and aspirations. In this short story we see his cunning ways. He stops at nothing to gain his victims confidence. If you have a dream, he's ready to make sure you don't live to achieve it.
Antoine Rucker is a young twenty-something up and coming Black IT Executive for a major insurance company in Downtown Atlanta, Georgia. On weekend nights, he's a street hustler turning tricks near the infamous Bulldogs Bar. Will Antoine's nightlife catch up with him? Will he overcome the demons that drive him?
Life is no fun without spice and humor and a little bit of naughtiness. And if your roommate makes you wear a pig’s mask while having sex in front of thousands on a trendy gay video chat line, so what? Maybe. This book of stories takes you on a ride—from the college dorm to the streets of New Orleans. Who says guys can’t have fun at the Doctor’s office or even a hospital morgue?
The poems "How I Got Over" and "Unfucked" tell the story of the angst of love. There are no chocolates, roses, or cupids in these "love stories." These poems tell the bitter truth about love. Romance is for dreamers. In these poems, the candy has turned bitter and the roses have dried up.
From the scalding hot story The 520i to the ubiquitous When Dogs Bark and its award winning Cheeseburger (PEN/Southwest Discovery Prize 1987) this book will keep you turning the pages. When Dogs Bark 2 is an exciting reprint of WHEN DOGS BARK by Charles W. Harvey in ebook and soft cover formats. The new When Dogs Bark 2 has new stories and new poetry to make you go "hmm."
AC writes for those who like their twinks hot and sexy. Juan, Aaron and Ed are back at it. This time the twinks have a slight case of the sniffles. Ed takes them to see Dr. Barnes for a very thorough exam. Is The Deuce, a double headed dildo, the cure for what ails them? The Doctor has plenty of tricks up his sleeve.
Buck Wile's cousin takes him to a gay bar for the first time. A little drink and and a little smoke puts Buck in a mellow mood. He meets Jake. A ride on the motorcycle and more herb breaks down all of Buck's inhibitions. All is going good until Jake's "girl" steps in the picture. She's not the lady Buck thought she was. A couple of gunshots and he's roaring out butt naked on the ol' Kawasaki.
Ed is in a bit of a financial bind, when his pal Dean Wolf (Dean of Admissions at State U) offers him a bit of help. State University has recruited too many male students while at the same time, the new dorms aren't ready. Ed takes in two Freshmen who have quite a romp around the old house. It's funny and sexy with a hint of Psycho. Page after page of laughs and sex in this cute little novella.
Odd Voices in Love is a collection of stories about love from award winning author, Charles W. Harvey.
These "love" stories are not your usual romantic fare. There’s no savior on a white horse coming to rescue any damsel. There's not a lot of swooning or romantic walks along the beach.
Promise - Short Stories from Promise Goodday
These scorching short stories are taken from the novel Promise Goodday. Pete the serial rapist/killer meets his fate in an abandoned amusement park in the The story "End of the Line." In "Goose Steps" you meet Promise, sassy yet innocent and unaware of the fate about to befall her. It all converges later in the searing heartbreaking novel.
(Formerly Christmas in The Bottoms)
A very soulful and satirical version of the classic: "A Christmas Carol." Narrated by a pair of jive talking "Dozens" Players named Madd and Dog2020 aka Maddog2020. It's a bit of fantasy, macabre, and morality tale. Our Scrooge is the miser Ebenezer Jenkins who owns Glad Wrappings Funeral Home and BBQ joint. You don't want to know what's cooking in his pits.
Omar and Rock Hardwood share an apartment in Atlanta, the Black Gay capitol. Omar is the goody two-shoes young college student and a member of "Rebirth" Baptist Church headed by Pastor Daddy Longlegs. Rock Hardwood is his stripper roomie. Despite being so-called opposites, the young men seem to always wind up in some very erotic hijinks in their tiny apartment.
Poetry from the award winning Poet and fiction Writer Charles W. Harvey. These are not religious poems nor Bible verses. These poems hit you right between the eyes. They are right in your face and offer no sugar coating or apologies. Don't be fooled by the title.
For those new to Harvey and have not experienced the popular Roommates, The 520i, and other stories are included in this hot volume for your bedroom reading to inspire you to create your own stories. This hot read is a lot of bang for you and your buck. No puns intended.
A short collection of poems from Charles W Harvey. This collection captures the spirit of the 1960's and takes us through the 1990's. They are terse, funny, and bluesy. But most important the voice is real.
A collection of poetry by award winning author Charles W Harvey. Reissued from the popular When Dogs Bark. These poems tell the unvarnished truth. They are not about daffodils or a walk in the park. They speak of the grittiness of love and touch the underbelly. A few might have you rushing to the refrigerator for your favorite cucumber.
In this gay short just right for a sizzling bedtime read, horny Jamaican crewman have their way with a "nice" gentleman who happened to be in the wrong place at the right time. Although the Kingston never sets sail, the fellow enjoys the ride in the belly of the boat.
This short story by Harvey captures the enigmatic relationship of two brothers from Ghana. Listen in as Elijah tells his story to a Reporter who has come for a story on an elaborate burial coffin. Humor, irony, and bitterness all intermingled in this short piece.
The people of Ghana are known for their elaborate coffins. Check it out on Google as you read The Blue Train to Heaven.
A great little story. I would have paced it faster a bit by leaving out a couple of words or rewording the scene where he gets out of the car. Also I didn't get how the "victims" wound up in jars on her cupboard.