Chance & Possibility

Seven Fantastical Tales of Gay Desire

by Dale Cameron Lowry

Chance & Possibility - Dale Cameron Lowry
Editions:ePub - 2nd edition: $ 2.99
ISBN: 978-1-64231-000-9
Pages: 134
Kindle - 2nd edition: $ 2.99
ISBN: B07825JMBY
Pages: 138
ePub - First edition
Pages: 138

Chance & Possibility: Seven Fantastical Tales of Gay Desire is an eclectic selection of Dale Cameron Lowry's paranormal, fantasy, and sci-fi stories. The collection ranges from sweet fairy tale romances to scorching hot tentacle erotica. In its pages, you'll find fantasy, sci fi, and paranormal stories, and you'll meet:

  • an unemployed journalist whose sentient iPhone hooks him into rescuing stray cats—and leads him to love
  • a college student who falls in love under the full moon of the Jewish harvest festival, Sukkot, but finds that his new boyfriend shies from his touch when the moon wanes
  • a professional horticulturist who develops a more-than-scientific interest in a strange new plant he's been assigned to care for

Dive into Chance & Possibility and enjoy a feast for your imagination.

This book is on:
  • 2 To Be Read lists
Published:
Publisher: Terrestrial Press
Genres:
Tags:
Pairings: MM
Heat Level: 5
Romantic Content: 3
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Bisexual, Gay, Pansexual
Protagonist 1 Age: 18-25
Protagonist 2 Age: 26-35
Protagonist 3 Age: 36-45
Tropes: Cultural Differences, Fairy Tales Revisited, First Time, Most Mindblowing Sex Ever, Wide-Eyed Innocence
Setting: Mars, United States, made-up places, ireland
Languages Available: English
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About the Author

Dale Cameron Lowry lives in the Upper Midwest with a partner and three cats, one of whom enjoys eating dish towels, quilts, and wool socks. It’s up to you to guess whether the fabric eater is one of the cats or the partner. When not busy mending items destroyed by the aforementioned fabric eater, Dale is a writer and editor who enjoys wasting time on Tumblr, listening to podcasts, studying anatomy, getting annoyed at Duolingo, and reading fairy tales. Previous careers include sign language linguist, grocery store clerk, journalist, gardener, and camp counselor.

Dale began writing for fun at the age of eight and has been making up stories ever since, from overly workshopped literary fiction to off-the-cuff fanfic. Queer Mormons have a way of popping up in Dale's work, whether it's romance or erotica, sci fi or fairy tales, slice-of-life contemporary fiction or spine-tingling horror. So do immigrants and emigrants, people with disabilities, multilingual folks, and others who live their lives navigating multiple cultures.


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