Flirting with the Lavender Lane

Description

Tyler Aaron Belmont grew up in a Christian household, helping his father with the farm chores. From an early age Tyler was attracted to males and male anatomy. Andrew Aidan DiPree was gay all his life, bouncing from foster home to foster home. During the ordeals of his childhood he is mentally, sexually, emotionally, and physically abused. Tyler acquires a job in "Aurora and must move there. He meets Andrew on the bus to Aurora and agrees to become his roommate. There is an instantaneous attraction to Andrew by Tyler and vice versa. Trystan was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and raised in rural Cedar Springs, Michigan. He attended public schools in Cedar Springs and he graduated valedictorian from the local high school in 1986. During his school years Trystan enjoyed writing. He worked on the yearbook in high school. He volunteered at the local nursing home playing the piano, and served as young teen director at his church for two years. Trystan worked five years in a tool and die shop. He wrote many editorials to the local press which were printed. He spent four years serving on the local board of education. After both pursuits he became a teacher of homeschooled students in a tutoring service. Soon he owned his own service, creating his own graduation program and school four years later. During this time Trystan wrote much of his own curriculum, worksheets, and tests. After 15 years of teaching, graduating around 35 pupils, and writing a considerable amount of curriculum, Trystan left teaching. Trystan then attended training to be a driver's education teacher. He taught drivers' education for five years, and endured many exciting drives with students. Now Trystan writes and resides in Cedar Springs. He is self employed as an author.

Details

Author(s)
Trystan Mickel Windemier
Format
Paperback | 648 pages
Dimensions
152 x 229 x 36mm | 934g
Publication date
23 Dec 2014
Publisher
America Star Books
Language
English
Illustrations note
Illustrations, black and white
ISBN10
1634484959
ISBN13
9781634484954