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    Anything by Mark A. Roeder is good, albeit riddled with typos (at least, the signed copy I found at Powell's was...). Definitely read one of the books in his little gay youth series (it's not like little kids, more like young adults, not teenagers).

    I also have a question to anyone out there who might know: I'm looking for a copy of the book "The Soccer Field Is Empty" (by Roeder) but I'm trying to find a copy that has the photo for the cover, not the one with the picture of the poorly-drawn, overly-muscular anime boys for a cover. Does anyone know what I'm talking about and where I can find a copy???
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    I've recently read What Love Means to You People, by NancyKay Shapiro. It's a great story, but I'm amazed that a woman could write amazing gay sex scenes. I mean, amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thad1527 View Post
    I've recently read What Love Means to You People, by NancyKay Shapiro. It's a great story, but I'm amazed that a woman could write amazing gay sex scenes. I mean, amazing.
    Really? Somehow, that doesn't surprise me at all... Maybe that's because I recently found out Robin Reardon was a woman and not a man like I initially thought after reading A Secret Edge and Thinking Straight. I felt so cheated, even though it wasn't really a big deal, lol.
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    Any fantasy books?

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    Have any of you read the "Outlander" Series of Historical Fiction by Diana Gabaldon? The latest book, "An Echo in the Bone" is out. Aside from being a very good read, there are recurring characters of a more genteel persuasion, including "Lord John Grey and the Private Matter" being a spin-off of the main series. Lord John has a couple of books.

    Even the straight sex and masculine attributes are well intimated at times, to give you a bit of a rise while reading about 18th C. Scotland/20th England/US/18th US - keeps you bouncing along with our characters.

    It takes her 3 years to come out with a tome, but it is well worth the read.


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    Absolutely loved Perks of Being a Wallflower by Steven Chbosky- it would make an excellent gift for the highschoolers on your list- or really for anyone just looking to find themself (or lose themselves)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustForYou View Post
    Please watch "Sum of us" with russe crowe
    Yes, that is a very good book.


    I enjoyed it though.

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    Hey guys, I finally joined after being a lurker for forever. And I've got to say I'm a huge fan of this side of the forum. Not really a writer myself but I love reading these stories.

    So what really got me to join was this question that popped up:

    I want to find a really sad, romantic, but realistic novel. Something that makes your heart skip a beat and you can't put it down because you relate to it kind of book. (but gay themed, obviously lol) I mean, I've read stories on this forum from hardcore to heart warming, but either they aren't ever finished or they aren't what i was looking for. My favorite one, though incomplete at the moment, is Define Love (its in like the 3rd or 4th page of the Stories forum atm) I was wondering if you guys have ever read anything like that? For me it makes me think twice about who I am and where I really want to be. It makes me question my outlook on life. Cliched? But its true. I'll probably look up Holding The Man or something along the lines of that but help me out?

    I guess my reason behind looking for such a book is because I want to find hope that real love exists out there for me. Basically i just want to find something I can relate to. Maybe I wouldn't mind crying my heart out for the characters. My life isn't based all around sex and all that, but rather I wish I could love and be loved? Maybe you guys could offer a bit of your stories/novels/etc that you've ever come across.

    Anyway have a nice day guys

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    After watching the film Prayers for Bobby I realised there was also a book about the story of Bobby Griffith written by Leroy Aarons, this book made me cry just about as much as the film did, I really recommend it
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    My new favorite book is Will Grayson, Will Grayson by David Levithan and John Green. It's about two suburban Chicago teens, one gay, one straight, with the same name. Their paths cross, and so do their friends and families.

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    I hate to see this thread down. I hope someone will keep suggest books that they read.

    Recently I finish Miami Manhunt and Boston Boys Clubs by Johnny Diaz. it is about a cuban find his life in Miami. It is a easy reading. nothing heavy

    for Erotica I read Every frat boy wants it by Todd Gregory. A sexy and touching story

    I also finished He's is the one and It had to be you by Timothy James Beck.

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    I just finished Robin and Ruby, K.M. Soehnleins follow up to The World of Normal Boys It's set a few years later, in the early 80's. A fun summer read, and if you loved the first one, you will enjoy the squeal.

    Also, I picked up Marc Acito's How I Paid for College, a novel of sex, theft, friendship and musical theater and I loved it. It follows a bisexual character and his group of friends trying to prepare for their freshman year at Juilliard. I loved it and finished it in about a day. Set in the 80's its very Perks of being a Wall flower but a little more light hearted. It gives great references to a wonderful culture.

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    Also great from Poppy Z. Brite, Swamp Feotus,Lost Souls and Equisite Corpses.And Clive Barker's fantasy books,Books Of Blood 1-6,Everville,Weaveworld,The Damnation Game,Abarat,The Great And Secret Show,and Coldheart Canyon,Also Stephen Fry's The Liar,best book i've read in about 10 years,his two autobiographies are stunning too,Moab Is My Washpotand The Fry Chronicles

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    Just finished Games frat boys play by Todd Gregory. very light material good for summer reading.

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    I don't know if anybody has posted it yet but I highly recommend Something like summer. Just finished it for the second time on my kindle and its amazing. Its by jay bell

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    I bought David Leddicks "I don't kiss" on a whim this summer, I am currently on my fourth or fifth read... great book about a young man coming to terms with who he is and who he will be become... And there's a great love story involved. recommend for anyone who loves readying about high society/Theatre/Hollywood... It will not disappoint

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    I just finished The Road Home by Michael Thomas Ford. The story is well tell It brings out the issue of come to term with who you are and things in front of you but you fail to recognize it. I will recommend to anyone who love read.

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    Since he hasn't been mentioned, and younger folks may not have heard of, or read, his books, check out John Rechy:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Rechy

    Start with City of Night: http://www.johnrechy.com/city.htm
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    This is a great book -
    [ame="http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1402778252/ref=as_li_tf_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=momstoocom-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeAS IN=1402778252"]Amazon.com: Summer in a Glass: The Coming of Age of Winemaking in the Finger Lakes (9781402778254): Evan Dawson, James Molesworth: Books[/ame]

    Check out the reviews

    The, enjoy this article series.

    This is a blog by Vinesleuth - from Houston, TX

    http://vinesleuth.com/uncorked/2012/...wine-new-york/


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    I just found this introduction to the book, "Summer in a Glass" - it will tell you a lot more about the book - which explains why I like it so much.

    http://www.evandawsonwrites.com/book/


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    Wow! First of all thank you all for your contributions. My "to-read"-list on goodreads has exploded after looking up all the books you've mentioned. I hope a lot more people will give their two cents on this thread. Surely there must be more people here who've read good, gay literature?
    What I hate most about living in a country like Denmark is the fact that books are so crazy expensive. I only read books in English and I haven't managed finding a place where I can buy good, second-hand books in English, so whenever I go to London I go crazy and fill my suitcase with books. So, thank you all for the inspiration. Now I know what to look after on my next visit.

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    Already 47 postings and no one mentions The Front Runner by Patricia Nell Warren? I love this book. Since that it is one of the often talk-about title, I believe it should be mentioned here.
    ^You beat me to the punch! This is actually the only gay-themed book in English that I've read so far and I must admit that never have I ever been touched so deeply by a book. When I finished it I actually couldn't stop sobbing - an effect that I've never gotten from a book before.
    Has anyone read the sequels and are they worth a try?

    Quote Originally Posted by nothingdegrading View Post
    I want to find a really sad, romantic, but realistic novel. Something that makes your heart skip a beat and you can't put it down because you relate to it kind of book. (but gay themed, obviously lol)
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    I guess my reason behind looking for such a book is because I want to find hope that real love exists out there for me. Basically i just want to find something I can relate to. Maybe I wouldn't mind crying my heart out for the characters. My life isn't based all around sex and all that, but rather I wish I could love and be loved? Maybe you guys could offer a bit of your stories/novels/etc that you've ever come across.
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    You should definitely try out The Front Runner - it's a great, beautiful and very touching story.

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    You are talking about the classic. Front Runner is the classic novel. Very touching story. The sequels is Harlan's Race. It answer all the questions on the first book. I do not want to give it away.

    There are some other books you may want to check it out such as While England Sleeps by David Leavitt. Surprising Myself by Christopher Bram.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrew thomas View Post
    You are talking about the classic. Front Runner is the classic novel. Very touching story. The sequels is Harlan's Race. It answer all the questions on the first book. I do not want to give it away.
    Oh yes I am very much aware of this. I was just asking if someone had read the sequels as I was interested in wether or not they were worth a try.
    But thanks for the recommendations.

    I'm personally interested in more of those realistic novels that aren't sic-fi, fantasy or about teens who deal with coming out but a bit more mature yet with still a bit of romance. Has anyone any recommendations?

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    I love books by James Ash. He's an indie author and my favorite book from his is Anarchy of The Gods. It's a fantasy novel which is supposed to be part of a series, and there are a lot of gay characters. There are some graphic gay and straight sex scenes, and the book also touches on many very interesting and deep philosophical concepts. I never read anything like it before, and I loved how the author treated the gay characters. There was really no difference between the gay and straight characters in the story. People are just people in his books. He wrote another book called The Questioning that was also recently released, and I loved that book too, but it didn't have the same feel as Anarchy of The Gods. There were hardly any sex scenes, and it was much darker than the Anarchy of The Gods book, though both were very well written and both had gay and bisexual characters.

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