A L E X A N D E R C.
E B E R H A R T
ALEXANDER C. EBERHART grew up in the Metro Atlanta Area, moving from suburb to suburb, just on the outskirts of the city. He’s always had a passion for writing, even from a young age. He still lives on the cusp of Atlanta, inching his way ever closer to finally becoming the City Dweller he’s always wanted to be.
In the meantime, he spends his days writing stories with queer characters and drinking an unfathomable amount of coffee. When he isn’t crafting quality queer fiction, you can find Alexander most likely curled up alongside his boyfriend, watching a movie or another equally lazy task.
B O O K S
THERE GOES SUNDAY SCHOOL
In sixteen-year-old Mike Hernandez’s life, only one thing is clear: Gay is NOT okay.
His family’s life revolves around the church, a church run by the vocally intolerant Pastor Myers, so Mike has resolved to spend his life in the closet. His only escape — besides the occasional, anonymous gay make-out session — is his art. He pours his complicated emotions into risqué drawings he keeps in a secret sketchbook. A sketchbook he carries everywhere.
When his sketchbook goes missing in the middle of Sunday school, Mike is sure his life is over. He’s going to be outed, ostracized by their community, condemned by the pastor, maybe even homeless. What’s worse, the pastor’s son, Chris, suddenly seems hell-bent on adopting Mike and his friends and he has no idea why. When an awkward confrontation with Chris leads to an unexpected kiss instead of a much-expected punch, Mike’s world is turned upside down.
As their friendship grows and faith is questioned, Mike may be forced to choose between the comfortable life he's always lived . . . and a chance at the love he never thought he deserved.
LOCK & WEST
Note to Self: Just Don’t be Weird
Lock is awkward. He can’t make eye contact, counts when he’s nervous,
and has to remind himself several times a day how ‘normal’ teens behave.
Homeschooled most of his life, he’s resigned himself to a friendless existence
at his new Atlanta high school. Until he meets West.
List of Reasons Why My Life is a Mess: How much time do you have?
West has everything. Looks. Talent. Money. And secrets. So many secrets.
Beneath the surface of West’s perfect existence is a pain he’s buried so deep a million therapists couldn’t unearth it, and he’s determined to keep it that way. He’s an actor.
He can act normal. But then there’s Lock.
Sometimes Two Wrongs Can Be Right
They don’t fit. Their lives are equal but opposite disasters, and the universe just keeps
throwing obstacles in their path. Every time they are together they find it harder
to say goodbye, harder to keep their secrets, harder not to lean on each other.
But for this relationship to have a fighting chance, the two must stop trying
to re-write the past and start figuring out how to build a future . . . together.
Tommy hears dead people. Okay, one dead person. His best friend, Chase. Since his death, Tommy can’t stop hearing his voice. They talk every day and Tommy even sends him texts, but it always ends the same. Message failed to send. Until one day, a stranger texts back.
Getting stuck in nowhere Georgia was not on Nick’s summer agenda, but a horoscope, a chance encounter, and a cute boy has things looking up. There’s just one problem, the boy hates him. When a broken phone leaves him with a new number, Nick is ready to write off the entire summer as a loss. But then he receives a strange text.
When Tommy and Nick’s worlds collide, the attraction is instant, but Tommy just can’t let Chase go. Can Nick use his status as Tommy’s anonymous stranger to break down his defenses or is Nick destined to live in a love triangle with a ghost?