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Author Archives: Jamie Deacon

I’m an aspiring author of gay romances for young adults, writing novels where boys battle the odds to find love, acceptance, and their place in the world. My passion for the genre of m/m YA fiction inspired me to create the Boys on the Brink blog, where I share book reviews, author interviews, giveaways, and more… As well as being an avid reader and writer, I love going for long walks with our crazy Staffordshire bull terrier, supporting Liverpool Football Club, attending shows (especially musicals) at the theatre, and curling up on the sofa on winter’s nights with a mug of hot chocolate and some reality TV.

Book Review: By the Creek by Geoff Laughton

For David, falling for an Amish boy is the simplest thing in the world. It's also utterly forbidden... Read More »

Book Review: The Battle for Jericho by Gene Gant

Being a gay teenager is difficult enough, but when you have strictly religious parents, it’s a whole lot tougher... Read More »

Book Review: The Promise of Living by J. Lee Graham

Imagine knowing something terrible is about to happen, and yet being powerless to prevent it... Read More »

Book Review: Dreams (Dreams of Fire and Gods, Book One) by James Erich

A young adult fantasy that blends magic and adventure with a powerful romance and plenty of humor. Read More »

Book Review: Fair Catch by Del Darcy

This powerful young adult romance will alternately tug at your heart and break it in two. Read More »

Book Review: Black Sheep: Letting Go of the Past by Kia ZiShiru

Vic has a choice: face up to his past, or let it destroy him. Read More »

Book Review: Caged in Myth (Bayou Zoo, Book 1) by J.T. Fairfield

The Bayou Zoo, where magic is real, the beasts are deadly, and one mistake can mean the end of the world. Read More »

Book Review: Sock it to Me, Santa! by Madison Parker

High school students Ryan and Jamie discover the magic of falling in love at Christmas. Read More »