Queer stories, books, poems, and more

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Poem / Romance

September 25, 2017

Reads: 18

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

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Tags: gay, lesbian, lgbt, lgbtq, queer

Trying to move on from her mutilated past, Rebekah Bronwyn has to learn to nurse her seemingly eternally broken heart. With the world of supernatural beings, she has to choose how to be apart of it while figuring out whose side she's on. With rogue experiments, traumatizing exes, and egotistical&#8230; Read More
As a part of an experiment to create supersoldiers, a group of sixteen teenagers is sent to an uninhabited barrier island off the coast of South Carolina. No one knows how they got there, but one thing is clear: they are not the same as before they came to the&#8230; Read More

Reads: 305

Shelves: 2

The Booksie Classic House

A gay man's upbringing transmogrifies into denial, insanity, and violence. Read More

Book / Fantasy

February 24, 2017

Reads: 136

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The LGBTQ House of MacArthur House

Violet is a talented witch who wants to protect her family, but when an ancient prophecy threatens to take away everything and everyone she loves, the only thing she can do is run. But is she running away or towards her fate? Read More

Book / Romance

July 25, 2016

Reads: 320

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Her name was Randy, but that didn’t matter, because everyone at school called her “jungle girl” or “shadow” or “ape”. But one person called her “Forest”, because she had dyed her hair the color of summer leaves, and she had a personality as bright as a meadow full of wildflowers.&#8230; Read More
I wrote this. After my hiatus, I realized that I am under the non-binary umbrella of agender/neutrois. I'm not here to start who really belongs in the LGBT community, but to point out why this community must support one another. Read More

Reads: 220

Shelves: 1

The Romance House

The short sequel to They're Not My Girls. Everyone leaves us with something, and whether we incorporate those "somethings" into ourselves or find them in other's, well, that's not up to us. Read More
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