No More Tomorrows is a touching love story of two men—one HIV positive, one HIV negative—and the impact of living and loving in the age of AIDS.
After awaking from a restless sleep that has plagued him for weeks, Mark Jones awakes to the realization it is his last physical day on earth. Twenty years after he was diagnosed with the disease that would change the rest of his life, Mark begins to reflect on his love for his HIV negative partner Kevin Williams.
From the beginning, Kevin knew of Mark’s diagnosis, and it forced Kevin to confront a tough decision—should he walk away or let himself love Mark knowing death is near? In the end, he knew he would love Mark. And love in the midst of tragedy is a powerful thing.
Beginning at the end, this love story traces the relationship between Mark and Kevin from the very first date, the very first kiss, the first time they made love, and the last time they would say goodbye.
Rodney Lofton began his career as a freelance writer for Spice magazine. His writing has also appeared in The Malebox, an African American gay publication, where he wrote articles on current topics in gay black culture. He became a speaker in the HIV/AIDS community after beating the odds of his own HIV diagnosis and has served as Keynote Speaker and requested facilitator by the New Jersey World AIDS Day Celebration, the Ryan White National Youth Conference, the United States Conference on AIDS, and countless others. He is the author of his memoir The Day I Stopped Being Pretty and the novel No More Tomorrows.