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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: Secrets of the Other Side by Eric Gober

For a young gay man growing up in the '80s and '90s, life is far from easy. Read More »

Book Review: You Belong with Me by Jeff Erno

With school bullies and social expectations against them, does this romance between a nerd and a jock stand a chance? Read More »

Book Review: Social Skills by Sara Alva

Can there really be any future in a romance between an introverted violinist and a closetted jock? Read More »

Book Review: Black Sheep: Loving in the Present by Kia Zi Shiru

With Vic confined to a psychiatric ward, his family believes life can't get any worse...but it can. Read More »

Book Review: Play Me, I’m Yours by Madison Parker

Social misfit Lucas Tate longs to be loved. If only his dream boy weren't so far beyond his reach... Read More »

Book Review: Clueless (Keeping Secrets, Book Two) by J. Roman

Things are finally looking up for Tommy and Jason...until Jason's past returns to bring their fragile romance crashing down Read More »

Book Review: Finding Our Way by Jayson James

Best friends Justin and Derek know something is missing from their lives, and then one drunken kiss changes everything… Read More »

Book Review: Distant Rumblings (Lords of Arcadia, Book 1) by John Goode

Kane's life is exceedingly ordinary, until he falls for a boy from another world and is plunged into danger... Read More »

Book Review: Thirteen Therapists by Russell J. Sanders

To an outsider, 17-year-old Aaron Hardaway has it all, but his idyllic lifestyle isn't quite as it seems... Read More »

Book Review: Silent One by Kari Jo Spear

All Gareth's life, it's felt like people have been trying to kill him. In fact, this is only the beginning... Read More »