|This charming graphic from hyperboleandahalf|
Footy -- about a straight footy player who meets a bloke who becomes his best friend. Only the bloke he meets and grows to love is gay.
ElvenSword -- the great city of Cappor and its empire is decaying. The task of those who would save it: to find Vordath, the Bearer of the Sword of Fanuiloth, out of the millions who make up the empire's population.
DemonThrong -- the sequel to Elvensword.
I get no Kick from Champagne -- a laddish troubled boy takes on the armies of evil and becomes a man, in the process finding the love of his life.
Majorca Flats --- a novel in progress, about the inhabitants of a Victorian terrace in Melbourne.
The Torc -- a partly written novel set in the ElvenSword world
AngelFire -- the partly written sequel to DemonThrong
Gift of Dragons -- SF. Why did the Urdani's civilization collapse? Who or what is the living God? And who's been surreptitiously buying up tactical nuclear weapons on Earth, and why? About 1/3 written.
The Music of Love -- a het romance with a gay character, partly written.
Zing went the Strings of my Heart -- a secret group within Melbourne's police department is fighting a serial killer, whose victims are drawn from the city's non-human population.
The Musketeers -- four guys share a house. One of them is gay, the other straight. Well, straight-ish.
The Café Budapest -- a story about a café in a small country town, its owner and the people who come to visit.
Parringo Road -- a man goes back to the country town he grew up in and the boy, now man, he was in love with.
Heaven is a Pair of Wooden Wings -- a stranger turns up at Jake Fribourg's farm, a stranger with a deadly secret. And Jake loses his heart and finds out too late he shouldn't have.
Plus there's my lady's thriller, Black and Deep Desires.
I'll be posting a chapter from one, or two, or even three of these every week. I've been too busy to do this over the last couple of weeks, but I hope to start again soon. I also intend to submit some of them for publication. Watch this space!
Oh, and my short story set in Cappor, The Wolf, has been accepted for the August issue of Wilde Oats.