Meet Jonathan Flite.

“A genre-defying series…Beier’s narrative range is formidable, weaving a tapestry of multiple characters and plot tributaries…[His] engrossing storytelling leaves many questions intriguingly unsettled.” – Publishers Weekly

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They choose to run.

“Tense, dystopian thriller . . . Unforgettable.” – Publishers Weekly

“This heart-wrenching story is filled with passion and inspiration. It will truly be an engrossing read.” – The Advocate

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From his “genre-defying” Jonathan Flite series to his controversial and polarizing The Breeders, Matthew J. Beier’s novels will challenge the way you view the world.

The Confessions of Jonathan Flite

Seven teenagers vanish without a trace in 2010. One troubled boy is born a decade later, claiming to have their memories. The secrets in between will change the world forever.

The Release of Jonathan Flite

Jonathan Flite has been released from juvenile lockup. Unfortunately, he is now the target of ideological extremists threatened by his perplexing memories—and their social implications.

The Breeders

Homosexuals, once an ostracized minority, have overtaken the world. Backup heterosexuals Grace Jarvis and Dex Wheelock, having illegally conceived a child, have one choice: to run.

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The Confessions of Jonathan Flite: FREE 50-Page Preview!

I'm thrilled to share with you the first preview of my upcoming novel, The Confessions of Jonathan Flite! It's the first in an explosive new YA/Adult crossover series that deals with the global clash—and eventual meeting—of science and spirituality. The story, set...
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Thank you to THE ADVOCATE!

Last Wednesday, I got an email from David Artavia of The Advocate. I had been in touch with the magazine's editor in chief last year regarding my novel The Breeders and possibly writing something for them, but I thought I had stupidly burned a bridge by letting my...
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It All Ends

I just spent the last hour trying to write a post about Harry Potter, chronicling my experience over the past ten years and sharing just why oh why it was so special to me. But the post didn't work. It fell flat. It was so utterly personal that there was no possible...
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