StoneWall Society LOGO 2006

Zachary Zilba
If anyone has a link for Zachary or an email please email me. - Len

Sadie Stories graphic and site link Zachary Zilba
Sadie Stories  No URL Found, Nov-2007
Review By: Mountman

Sadie Stories is a great novel that is published on the web as an e-novel. It is an interesting concept for an artist to share his work, free for all. Each chapter was published serial style IE: Stephen Kingís The Green Mile .

Maybe it would be best if I let Zachary tell you himself... (taken from his site) "A new Chapter is posted every 7 days, and the best part, it's totally free, and no downloading! Just click on the Chapter you wish to read, and you're there. It couldn't be any easier. Readers from across the globe watched as the story unfolded from October 2000, until March, 2001, when it came to a dramatic climax.", with chapter 17, ĎAnd Then There Were Noneí The characters are so well developed that you will be reminded of friends from your own high school days.

Zacharyís Sadie Stories is set in Sadie Connecticut. Where a gay teenager, Corey, moves from San Francisco after his mother dies, to finish his senior year in  high school in a small town. Corey has always been excepted for who he is by himself, family and friends. Sadie is not the most liberal of towns, shall I say. Iím not saying that itís a redneck town either. Itís too high class for that. It would be classified as closeted. That is until Corey moves to town. His mere presence rocks the world of several people.

Thereís Gabe, the high school jock. All around nice guy, who becomes fascinated by the newcomer. Gabe has dated Rachel since the 7th grade. But now they are seniors and going to separate schools next fall. Just think about where all this will get you.

Thomas, an abused teen. After his mother abandons them, his father turns to alcohol. Thomas withdraws inward until he meets Corey. Thomas is an artist. When he sketches Corey, things get real interesting.

Angela, the overweight girl that is taunted by the others at school. That is until Corey helps her find her inner beauty. Brings it out in her and points it out to the same ones who have taunted her.

As I read each chapter I couldnít wait to read the next. I didnít get a chance to feel the excitement of waiting for the next chapter because I was turned on to it after the last chapter was published. It is still there for you to read now. But it may be taken down sometime in the future if it gets published in print. I highly recommend, this is internet enjoyment at its best!

I canít wait for the next E-Novel, Beast, to be published August 5th 2001. Check out Zachary's Website.  

Return to GLBT Artists

The  only GLBT Music ranking Chart Online Since 1996! Support GLBT Music vote for your favorite GLBT Artists.
StoneWall Society Network Member!

Receive our FREE monthly newsletter

Equal Pride

Subscribe Here

StoneWall Society free web-based email, 6megs of space.

Email login:


Login, or get your account today!

Site Map

StoneWall Society


Resource Area

Home StoneWall Productions Resource  
Pledge Job Fair GLBT Web Reviewers 
Detailed Site Guide SWS Community Awards Program Web/Internet Tools
Business Members MountAroma  
Friends of StoneWall Society GLBT Petitions
Why Research and Student Assistance Program  
Favorite Sites  GLBT Web Site Reviews

History and Reference

Reading Room

SWS GLBTI Artists Promotion

StoneWall Webring GLBT Artists Free Promo Service GLBT Symbols
Member Webrings GLBT Artists   *** GLBT Famous Persons 
Link to Us   SWS Art World  Archives  *** and NEW
Contact Us Pride In The Arts Awards


Press Releases Our Awards


  Award Recipients  
Equality Alert  

Member Related

Awards Received
NewsRoom Member Site of the Month Older site program

Media & Entertainment

Travel   Previous Member Sites of the month. Older site program SWS Internet Radio
Jacy's Page Members' This & That Older site program GLBT Radio   ***
StoneWall Society Zine About the founder, Len Rogers Activities
Privacy Policy   Chat

*** = Updated      N = NEW


Site opened 10/31/99

StoneWall Society 10/99 - 2012