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A.B. Gayle
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Unlike many authors, I have not been writing stories all my life. Instead I've been living life. My travels have taken me from the fjords of Norway to the southern tip of New Zealand. In between, I've worked in so many different towns I've lost count. I've shoveled shit in cow yards, mustered... show more
Unlike many authors, I have not been writing stories all my life. Instead I've been living life.

My travels have taken me from the fjords of Norway to the southern tip of New Zealand. In between, I've worked in so many different towns I've lost count. I've shoveled shit in cow yards, mustered sheep, been polite to customers, traded insults with politicians. Sometimes I need to be forgiven as I get confused as to who needs what where.

Now living in Sydney, Australia, I finally have time to allow my real life experiences to morph with my fertile imagination in order to create fiction which I hope my readers will enjoy.

I do value feedback on my writing, both negative and positive.

Be warned though, if you are impolite or unconstructive, who knows, you may just end up as a character in one of my books.
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Fiordiligii
Fiordiligii rated it 3 years ago
I should have loved this novel, great writing, superb plot and an interesting twist with the sub hero being a crossdresser, yet somehow I just wasn't able to fully connect with the story and expected a bit more. Steven has been severely burned in a previous 24/7 relationship and is reluctant to give...
Ilhem
Ilhem rated it 3 years ago
Steven’s story is marked by betrayal. The kind that met love and needs with abuse and isolation, and corrupted something that began with the thrill of feeling real, only to end with the loss of self. The betrayal is past but overshadowing, tainting Steven’s attraction for Don with distrust, anger a...
Reading is like breathing...
Reading is like breathing... rated it 4 years ago
4 stars.****Review posted March 23, 2014His whole face had changed from the moment I'd handed him the camera. Back near Connie's house, apart from the brief flash of grief, his expression had been devoid of emotion. Now there was full focus. After a while the intermittent glimpses of almost frighten...
Reading is like breathing...
Reading is like breathing... rated it 4 years ago
4.5 stars. Review completed March 20, 2014Respect.Trust.Acceptance.Authenticity.Honesty.Appreciation.Love.A few years ago Steve quite literally ditched his abusive Master's shackles and fled to England. Now he's back in Australia to claim the life and property he had to leave behind and attends a ch...
Reader's Discretion Advised
Reader's Discretion Advised rated it 4 years ago
The acknowledgements got on my nerve a bit. It made the author sound like xe was trying too hard right off the bat. I tried to put it out of my mind when reading so as to not let my distaste for the way the beginning part of it was phrased affect my reading.It's interesting to see the dynamics. Stev...
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