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C S R Feature: Halloween Short Stories!

Posted by in Gay Authors News, in CSR Book Club 05 October 2015 · 111 views
CSR Feature and 4 more...

It's a month for a variety of spooky treats, so I thought I'd bring you a few snack-sized Halloween short stories. These are 3 short stories by our site authors featuring a corn maze, a costume party at a bar, and a few zombies--what would Halloween be with a few ghouls, right? A Halloween Nightmare
by Bill W
Length: 5,895
Description: Colby is...

Music Memories Of Beverly Hills 90210

Posted by in Methodwriter85's Blog, 05 October 2015 · 24 views

The Unauthorized 90210 Story aired on Lifetime this weekend, and it made me feel all nostalgic for the show, and of course, the show's music. (Which unfortunately has been butchered on the DVD's.) So I thought I'd post my favorite tunes from the 90210 soundtrack:
1.) "Losing My Religion" by REM
When Dylan and Brenda break up, for the first time, after Br...

Further Delays

Posted by in Owls' hoot's, 05 October 2015 · 42 views

Hello All,  I know some of you have been looking forward to my upcoming chapter of Indiana Summer for a very long, unreasonably so, time. I want to apologize for all of the delays and set backs. I recently suffered yet another one in the form of a computer glitch that seriousl corrupted the file I was working. I have been having to reconstruct the ch...

Ready Made Reading List

Posted by in Melancholy ... the broken staff of life, 04 October 2015 · 42 views

Started to read a new book, sample sentence follows.  
They were like the faces of sleepwalkers looking backward across nightmares, recognizing no one and no familiar things, glaring down across the fleeing irrevocable instant as if they were being hurried to execution itself, flashing on, rapid and successive and curiously identical, not despite th...

Well... That Was An Interesting Time...

Posted by in Musings From Me, 04 October 2015 · 95 views

So an update. The company I was working for decided to let me go with no notice - which sucked. Their reasons were that I was defaming the company at every opportunity with my cast. Which was 100% inaccurate, I never called on the company at any point in the process. I stated quite openly that the production was unsupported and in the private conversation...


Weekly Wrap Up!

Posted by in Gay Authors News, 04 October 2015 · 136 views

So the seasons have changed from Summer to Fall in the Northern Hemisphere and from Winter to Spring in the Southern. Hoping that you are enjoying the changes in your area :) Shall we see what happened in the GA News Blog this past week? Monday was our monthly C S R Discussion Day with Cia doing an interview with Graeme. Some different questions wer...


Posted by in Billy Martin's Blog, 03 October 2015 · 88 views

You can only have one Mother
Patient, Kind, and True.
No other friend in all the world
will be the same to you.  When other friends forsake you,
to Mother you will return.
As we look upon her picture,
Sweet memories we recall.  Of a face so full of sunshine
and a smile for one and all.
Sweet Jesus, take this message,
to our dear Mother...

Wearing Glasses To See Straight... Or In My Case, See Gay

Posted by in Drew's Meandering Mind, 03 October 2015 · 87 views

I was around 5 years old when I began to wear glasses, and I wasn't the lest bit happy about it :rolleyes: Even at such a young age, I thought I looked like a dweeb :lol: 
The only bright spot, at the time, was during the first grade (ages 6 to 7). At the time I wore these round glasses that, according to my classmates, made me look like Harry Potter...

Update: End Of The First Month

Posted by in ACEd it!, 02 October 2015 · 44 views

A lot to update actually this week but I'm too lazy to go into details :P To sum it up, I'll list them things instead. 1. Braces boy and I got along great, his sassy side came bursting out in the debate in HIV
2. Was angry at a friend whom I initially didn't like because she treats me like I'm her boyfriend or slave and never respect my time.

Literary Device: Chekhov's Gun

Posted by in Life is worth an entry, 02 October 2015 · 56 views

I am as much a writer as I am a commentator and reviewer, so let me introduce a literary concept to all my fellow GA Authors. 
Chekhov's Gun is an allusion to the famous short story author, Anton Chekhov of the early 20th Century. and his idea of utilitarian story elements. He proposed that if a gun were hanging on a main character's wall in the 1st...

The Altitude Of Love

Posted by in Fortune and Mens Eyes, 30 September 2015 · 114 views
poetry, love

The Altitude of Love maybe it's something more than faith...
beyond mere heartbeats and belief...
maybe this love is an absolute.
I want it to be. I feel you so near to me all the time
I can see how it's already a conclusion
and not a supposition.
I need it to be. those are the things I mean
when I say "I love you."

Becoming A Gentleman

Posted by in The Wisdom of M, 29 September 2015 · 88 views

A fine read and bit of instruction for anyone in need of addressing one's own lack of civility or in imparting such civility upon one's distinguished characters from their tales. This book is the standard of every man who wished to comport themselves as a gentleman of distinction in English High Society. 
The Gentlemen's Book of Etiquette, and Manual...

The Future... Starting From The Inside.

Posted by in My Feelings, 28 September 2015 · 89 views

We need to reestablish the family. We need to put it once again in the center of our hearts. We need to prioritize the bonds that link us, prioritize the hugs that bring us together, prioritize the tenderness that makes us love each other, prioritize compassion against an impersonal world that negotiates everything, that corrupts everything.
I’m willing...

Chapter Lengths

Posted by in James Bond007's Blog, 22 September 2015 · 90 views

What is a reasonable length for a chapter in a story? As long as the chapter is engaging and not repetitive, how long could you see yourself reading,before you get the mind set, "when is this chapter going to end?" 
This is also my first blog! EVER! Excuse me if I messed up how to correctly set one of these up.

late nightboyfriend

Seen My Ex At Publix

Posted by in W.E_Rosenthal's Blog, 22 September 2015 · 122 views
late nightboyfriend and 5 more...

Running into people at the store is very common even more so when you live in a small town like I do. Last night, my boyfriend and I had a late night run to the store for some gelato (I got sicilian pistachio, it was awesome!) while in the store we split up to look around and I ran into an ex of mine, Jenna. I haven't seen Jenna since maybe '07 so, seeing...

Typical Mumversations

Posted by in The_Jordanation, 22 September 2015 · 83 views

Me: Mum, guess what? Google has a new logo.
Mum: That really is so interesting Jordan.
Mum: It's really going to affect the way I live my life.
Mum: I'm going to wake up every morning and my first thought will be of Google's new logo.
Mum: Thank you for sharing that valuable information with me.
Me: You could've just said you didn't care.
Mum: But...

A Big Disease With A Little Name

Posted by in jamessavik's Blog, 20 September 2015 · 101 views

In 1988 it was a death sentence. Everyone was afraid. If you want to know what it was like, this episode of the original 21 Jump Street did a very good job setting the mood. 
Thank your lucky stars that you don't have to be afraid to find random friends and acquaintances in the obituaries- every...

Once Upon A Time

Posted by in Reset, Reload, Redo, 19 September 2015 · 93 views

Once Upon A Time So as my little status update said, 'lil q will be 4 soon. Where did the time go? Where does my time go?? 
Despite the best laid plans (or is it overly optimistic expectations) I find I can not do all the things I used to do before she was born. I've finally given up on the notion that 'once she gets to "X" age, I'll finally have more free time agai...

Raising Sweety And Fruity

Posted by in Victor's Wavering Weirdness, 18 September 2015 · 101 views

Hey everyone :hug: ......... STORY TIME :gikkle:
So, once upon a time............
I mean around a month ago :P ...... a Spotted Dove built her nest on a tree in a backyard :huh: and laid two beautiful eggs :) ....... around 2 weeks later :unsure: the eggs hatched into two beautiful babies :D .......the mother started to nurture them with :heart: and :hear...

Life Changes Sometimes

Posted by in Wolf At The Keyboard, 16 September 2015 · 181 views

I've been gone for a pretty long time. Hi guys... remember me? When I bowed out back in March, it was because we were getting prepped to move house. We bought a three bed semi-detached with a little garden and had to leave the big wild - we didn't go far, but houses in very rural Sussex are deeply expensive.
We moved the day before my birthday, so I...

Another Reason Not To Do Drugs

Posted by in Arpeggio's Blog, 16 September 2015 · 149 views

You lose people.  
You lose people you care about, and it fucking hurts.

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