It’s 1986, and what should have been the greatest summer of Nate Bradford’s life goes sour when his parents suddenly divorce. Now, instead of spending his senior year in his hometown of Austin, Texas, he’s living with his father in Warren, Wyoming, population 2,833 (and Nate thinks that might be a generous estimate). There’s no swimming pool, no tennis team, no mall—not even any MTV. The entire school’s smaller than his graduating class back...more
To Feel the Sun
- FREE short story
- Winner of 2013 Goodreads M/M Romance Reader's Choice Awards
- 1st Place: Best Short Story
February 11th is my birthday and I’ve decided to give my readers a gift. It’s a rather small gift, I admit, but I hope you’ll enjoy it nonetheless. It’s a tiny little short story (more of a vignette, really) called...more
One More Soldier
- It's 1970, and Will has known Bran since he first taught him to swim when Bran was eleven years old. Seven years later, when Bran returns from a year of hard work on a ranch outside of Houston, he's no longer the boy Will remembers. He's a grown man, and he makes no secret of the fact that he’s interested in a sexual relationship with Will. At first, Will is horrified. He has a hard time forgetting the Bran he...
- A print collection of previously released short stories.
This anthology includes:more
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea
- Professor Pierre Aronnax, world-renowned Naturalist, is part of an elite team of men commissioned to investigate a series of attacks on international shipping. Are the attacks the work of some ancient sea monster, or is this “monster” actually a manmade vessel? No one is certain, but either way, Pierre’s assignment is the same: find it and destroy it.
The hunt soon becomes tedious, and Pierre is...more
(A fun little side project.)
So, you’re planning a wedding. You might be looking for yet another book assuring you this is your day, and your guests will happily sit through whatever cockamamy reception antics you can conceive of.
This is not that book.
After working hundreds of wedding receptions and seeing guests bored out of their skulls more often than not, B. Server decided to share...more