~ Chapter One ~ Chapter Two ~ Chapter Three ~ Chapter Four ~
~ Chapter Five ~ Chapter Six ~ Chapter Seven ~ Chapter Eight ~
~ Chapter Nine ~ Chapter Ten ~ Chapter Eleven ~ Chapter Twelve ~
~ Chapter Thirteen ~ Chapter Fourteen ~ Chapter Fifteen ~
~ Chapter Sixteen ~ Chapter Seventeen ~ Chapter Eighteen ~
The new kid in town was quite the looker, but for Tim Patterson: gay, seventeen years old and single, he didn’t think he’d stand a chance . . . even with his best mate, Ben Walker doing his best to interfere!
…What he didn’t count on, however, was that the new kid in town had a secret of his own, and that the two of them were more alike than anyone could realise.
…And so it begins. Boy meets boy . . . and everything that they both hoped for looked like it was falling into place, despite their fears and the pressures of friends and families.
…Can they truly make it work? Can they avoid the pitfalls that seem to come with young love . . . and if they can’t, will they be able to pick up the pieces and find a way to work it all out?
…It looks like only time will tell! 🙂
I’ve been reading some of your stories on CRVBOY, but found your website because Song for Guy is taking forever to load new chapters.
By finding your site I noted your comment about one story leading to another, (After We Danced »» The Rip »» Song For Guy etc), however on your ‘Menu’ they’re listed differently. Or have I missed something? It’s just that I hate reading out if sequence, no matter how great your writing is!
Seriously, your writing is great! Thank you. I only wish I’d found stories like yours 30 years ago.
Hi Antony. Thank you very much for the message. So glad you are enjoying my stories! 🙂
Provided you read After We Danced first, that’s the main thing. It probably doesn’t matter then whether you read The Rip or Song For Guy next, but after those two it’s Thompsonville and then A Good Place . . .
I hope you enjoy them all! Cheers, 🙂
Hello Mark (thought about saying “G’Day” but realized how cliché that’d be, especially from someone 1/2 a world away):
Anyway, thank you for your quick reply, and for the road map to your stories. I plowed through ‘The Rip’ and stayed up half the night finishing ‘Song for Guy’. The saying “You know how good a writer is – when you can’t put the book down”? In my humble opinion you’re that good and bad more 😉
When I first read ‘Armistice’ I thought it was a nice story, and wanted more. Now I’m seeing the threads weaving between your stories like a good tapestry. But I think I’m going to have to start rationing, starting with ‘Thompsonville’, otherwise I’ll be left with nothing to read.
Keep well. Cheers!
Anthony (my bad mis-spelling in original)
Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone.
Hi Anthony. Thanks so much for your kind words and glad to hear you’re liking the stories.
There’s about 6 chapters of T’ville left to revise and post . . . which is about three weeks worth . . . so it won’t be long before you’ll be able to keep going with the next one! 😉