edited by FirstEditing.com
I am very pleased with the recommendations you made.
A short introduction
When Phillip Anderson walks in on his eight-year-old son Brandon, who is mimicking ballet dancers on television, Phillip is shocked, and believes that his youngest son is showing gay tendencies.
After all, Phillip is a six-foot eight-inch former college football player, and Brandon's uncle Eugene, Phillip older brother, was the premier quarterback in the state when he was in high school and went on to become a decorated Marine. Since Brandon also shows remarkable athletic ability, Phillip encourages his youngest son to become an athlete. He immerses Brandon in sports, which Phillip believes will direct his son properly into manhood and away from the path of being a "sissy boy."Brandon develops into a celebrated high school quarterback, only to then face the realization in his teens that he is gay. TGT handles the subject sensitively and offers an insightful read for parents, young adults, and middle and high school students.
Author: Randolph-Christopher Longstreet
Randolph Christopher Longstreet is an American living in London, England. This is his first book and the first of a trilogy. Originally from Seattle, Washington when not residing in Florida focusing on developing as a writer of young adult, mainstream and sci-fi fiction. A former athlete who still engages in the active pursuit of a healthy lifestyle participating in a wide range of sports and physical activities. He also devotes his interest into supporting the One Million Kids For Equality.org.
This May 12 at 2 PM EST join us for a FREE WEBINAR on everything you need to know to self-edit your book using the
Book editing: meaning and importance Ever wondered what book editing involves? Well, it is far more than just
Story arc: definition The story arc, or narrative arc, is the terminology used to explain the path a story