‘Moon Over’ Alert: Treason!

Ian loves Dima. Dima loves Ian. With that out in the open, the gang is free to coldly evaluate the chasm separating the couple. Ian faces an impossible choice. Do his loyalties lie with love or country? He’s even got Juliette wrestling with the meaning of belonging.

I should hasten to clarify here that all the characters in this novel are entirely fictional. While I have based some of them on people I’ve known in real life, all dialogue and description are works of my imagination and do not reflect the behavior and thinking of any actual person. No military officer I ever knew discussed or contemplated disloyalty to their oaths or to the United States.

All thoughts in this novel that touch on systemic racism and Blackness are my own thoughts and should not (must not) reflect on any actual person, not even if you think you know who those persons are. As a storyteller, I invent freely and exercise my imagination wildly. That is all.

Not a bad representation of Ian. Thanks, Adobe Stock!

Writer. Runner. Marine. Airman. Former LGBTQ and HIV activist. Former ActUpNY and Queer Nation. Polyglot. Middle-aged, uppity faggot. jamesfinnwrites@gmail.com