Zane Riley wrote his first work of fan fiction in the fourth grade, a Star Wars story in a notebook recently unearthed from the back of a closet.
A recent recipient of a degree in English: Creative Writing from the University of Mary Washington, where he was managing editor of the Rappahannock Review, the school’s literary journal. In his spare time, he is a musician and frustrated fan of the Baltimore Orioles. Go Your Own Way is his first novel.
After overcoming obstacles to come together in high school, Will Osborne and Lennox McAvoy now face the challenges of a long-distance relationship. As Lennox embraces his promising new life and rediscovers old family, Will searches for a future of his own that won’t tear them apart.
The sequel to "Go Your Own Way": As Will’s concerns about college and his future with Lennox beyond high school begin to surface, Lennox struggles to settle at Will’s house with Ben Osborne’s impending return home. But when Lennox has another violent encounter at his motel room, the Osbornes are forced to reevaluate their understanding of each other and themselves.
Will Osborne plans to a quiet senior year, hoping that college would help him close the door on years of harassment. But transfer student Lennox McAvoy changes all of that—he's crude, flirtatious, and the most insufferable, beautiful person Will's ever met. From his ankle monitor to his dull smile, Lennox seems irredeemable. But Will soon discovers that there is more to Lennox than meets the eye.