FREE Gay Fiction: "Uncertainty" by Ryan Field

FREE Gay Fiction: “Uncertainty” by Ryan Field

Times have definitely changed thanks to the coronavirus, self-quarantines, and social distancing. In essence, life as we all know it has changed completely in the last few weeks. The world has shut down.

I’ve seen people on social media talk about going to brick and mortar book shops to get reading material, and they’ve all be slammed for not staying home. I’ve seen TV news stations question why brick and mortar book shops are still open, because they aren’t considered “essential” businesses and they may be spreading the coronavirus by remaining open.

I’m not judging any of that, and I’m not commenting on it. But the fact remains that most people are social distancing now, most are in self-quarantine, and finding tangible reading material isn’t that easy now. From what I gather, even libraries have shuttered and they are offering people online alternatives with e-books. I don’t think I can recall a time where technology has ever been more utilized than now.

So that’s why I’m offering “Uncertainty” for free this week. Those of us who switched to reading e-books at least have that to look forward to. We have our e-books and our e-readers or phones, and maybe that will help us get through this global health crisis a little easier. I know my digital library is stocked right now, and it’s helping me. And I’m relieved that I don’t have to wonder about where I’m going to get my next print book.

So here’s a link to Amazon where you can get “Uncertainty” for free this week. I’ve posted the cover and a few past comments from readers. If nothing else, it’s total escapism.

Stay strong out there. This will pass, too.

What readers are saying about “Uncertainty”


“A wonderful story that I loved. The characters were well developed, and strong. Gus: A sweet young man. Doing something for all the wrong reasons. Craig: his boyfriend, he’ll go along with anything Gus say. Henry: Gus father a no nonsense man, who’s husband died last year. I enjoyed this story.”

Uncertainty by [Field, Ryan]

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