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Featured Story: Empath's Kiss

Posted by in Gay Authors News, in Feature Story 15 September 2014 - - - - - - · 170 views
Empaths Kiss, Andrew Todd and 2 more...

Shh! I'm masquerading as Renee this week. I'm just her puppet, bringing you the site news for this week. I'm sure she's up in the woods thinking, "Dance, puppet, dance!" LOL Okay, to kick off a week of Cia the sub, we have an exciting short by Andrew Todd. If you like sci-fi this might be right up your alley!

Empath’s Kiss
Andrew Todd


Posted by in myself_i_must_remake's Blog, 14 September 2014 - - - - - - · 102 views

I don’t have time today for one of my long-winded, philosophical mumbo-jumbo entries. I’m still working on that essay I mentioned last week, but I’m going to keep up my commitment to post every Sunday, so here below are some impressions from my week.

1. Earlier this week, two co-workers and I were sorting out files in order to purge the oldest ones into...


Weekly Wrap Up!

Posted by in Gay Authors News, 14 September 2014 - - - - - - · 196 views

WOW! What a week! Hope everyone had a great weekend and is ready for a new week to begin. I know I am, since I'll be gone all week! Before I forget, I've got a little reminder before I get to the Weekly Wrap Up!

Reminder: SonoLuminus has decided to participate in Light the Night, a walk to raise funds for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. She has dedic...


Posted by in The Rossford Blog, 13 September 2014 - - - - - - · 26 views
Rossford, City of Rossford

Well, there haven't been a lot of blog posts because in the last few months I've been involved in taking a new job as professor in English a the community college. HOWEVER, this afternoon I just finished posting the last chapter of the fourth Rossford book, so for now I am back to blogging and prepared to have many good conversations with you, here.

The Illusion of Choice

Posted by in Wolf At The Keyboard, 12 September 2014 - * * * * * · 121 views


For those of you who do not:
A) have children or grandchildren
B) teach children
C) work in academia
... September is any other time of year. Sad because it is the end of summer, but generally the same as any other month. For those of us in the second category, it marks the start of the new school year (at least, in the Northern Hemisphere) and a...

The 9/11 Media Coverage

Posted by in Methodwriter85's Blog, 11 September 2014 - - - - - - · 99 views

Does it bother anyone else that every single year there has to be massive media coverage about 9/11? Every single year they have to bring out the 9/11 footage, show off the memorials at Ground Zero, etc etc. I can understand for the big anniversaries- like the 10th in 2011 was a big deal, and there's the 15th in 2016. But really, for the 13th it has to be...

After the boys of summer are gone

Posted by in jamessavik's Blog, 09 September 2014 - - - - - - · 86 views

Sometimes words are wasted when music is the correct language for a mood.

Sit back, turn it up and burn one if you feel like it.

Out on the road today, I saw a DEADHEAD sticker on a Cadillac
A little voice inside my head said, "Don't look back. You can never look back"
I thought I knew what love was
What di...

Q Tips # 40 - Writer Tips

Posted by in carringtonrj's Blog, 06 September 2014 - - - - - - · 45 views

When writing, imagine your ideal reader and try to please her.

If you imagined me a certain way, and then wrote to me as if I were that way, I think, by the effort of your imagination, I would become that person.

You could make me a better person.

Tell me how.

Life Goes Swimmingly Along

Posted by in Melancholy ... the broken staff of life, 05 September 2014 - - - - - - · 60 views

Well, it's like this. In the beginning of Hercules III I said the story is for "everyone". I've tried to keep to that commitment, but now in the start I'm faced with this sentence: There was a holographic image slowly rotating in front of them showing two naked young men in a close, slow dance barely mimicking sexual intimacy.
Okay! Okay. . .
Yes, th...

Sooooo, Now What's Next?

Posted by in KC's Blog, 05 September 2014 - - - - - - · 122 views

As some of you know I’ve been crazy-crazy-stressed with several big changes at work ((which now requires a new certification in Anesthesia.)) It’s required to keep my job in surgery. The exam for the certification was brutal…but I passed!!!! :2thumbs: Today, I found out that I’ve gotten the highest score out of all my co-workers. So glad, I don’t have t...

Super Clusters

Posted by in Daddydavek's Blog, 05 September 2014 - - - - - - · 66 views

I posted the following entry in the forum for my story Abel III and unless someone was interested in my story most probably did not see it. In laymen's language the video describes the latest theories about galactic super clusters. It is very well done and I recommend everyone to take a look if they haven't already seen it.

Posted 03 Septe...

Life and other adventures

Posted by in Wayne's Updates, 04 September 2014 - - - - - - · 92 views

Life never goes as planned. I've learned that lesson a few times the hard way. This is just basically a note to say I'm here, I'm alive, I'm doing the best I can, and yeah I still have a ways to go.

I've had a rather interesting year so far. I've learned things about myself I don't like, and done things I could to change. I know I am a work in progress a...

Some may ask

Posted by in podiumdavis' Blog, 30 August 2014 - - - - - - · 88 views

I'm sure many of you know how much I love poetry. But after watching this video this is what came to my mind. I absolutely love slam poetry and the way it expresses ones deepest of pains or desires. I'm not saying this poem above is an epic tale, but it's what my heart spoke from the other side. Hope you liked it.



Queer As Folk

Posted by in wildone's Blog, 25 August 2014 - - - - - - · 140 views
QAF, American TV, Gay Marriage

Back in 2005 the US version of Queer As Folk went off the air. It had characters Ben and Michael getting married in Canada as it was the only place in North America to legally get married if you were same sex. Melanie and Lindsey moved to Toronto where they legally could be married and raise their son Gus, who would be 16 now I think. Also, Debbie and Car...

Better late than never!

Posted by in Stephanie L Danielson's Blog, 23 August 2014 - - - - - - · 77 views

Well, after 15 years a story of mine is finally being brought out to the forefront, dusted off, and is being edited for publication (hopefully by year end or Q1 of 2015)!

That said, I've hit the wall with another story that even I am struggling with next steps on. How does one overcome a boring section or huge brick wall in your story?

No Politics. Well, okay. (?)

Posted by in AdamP's Blog, 23 August 2014 - * * * * * · 253 views

I don't know what it is about politics that makes us all foam at the mouth. Sometimes--like the people who rubberneck at terrible auto accidents on the highway they're traveling--I can't keep myself from looking at the comments to political essays posted to the Internet, but most of the time it just depresses me. People are mean, hateful, and ignorant on...


Posted by in JohnAR's Blog, 22 August 2014 - - - - - - · 133 views

Dear all (or to the few who will read this ;-),

Thanks for joining me on my odd journey of writing about not so topsy wolf shifters ... While I'm stuck at MetaWolf Book IV I am following the old tradition of procrastination by doing something else which promises quick gratification.

In this case, I was admiring a photo which shows my perfect CE (see cha...

New Beginnings

Posted by in The River Song, 21 August 2014 - - - - - - · 126 views

With apologies to Bleu, from whom I stole the title of this blog shamelessly from one of his comments....

So it has been three weeks in the new job. There are good things, there are bad things. Let's start with the bad things, because it is by far the smaller list. The main thing is, that however much more money and status this job has, it is consider...

It's not much.

Posted by in Arpeggio's Blog, 17 August 2014 - * * * * * · 202 views

First I read about Trebs, then Robbin Williams, I never knew how mortal I could feel until recently. You see, I never met either Robert or Robbin, but I feel the pain of loss of someone who was part of my life. I’m truly devastated.

But then I remember what John Green said about infinity:

They were both a part of my own infinity and I cannot word how th...

First Kiss

Posted by in Cole Matthews' Dark and Dusty History Corner, 16 August 2014 - * * * * * · 131 views

First Kiss

Imagine this:

You are seated with your fiancée in a movie theater in the late 1920’s. Your arm is around her but your eyes are drawn to the man sitting a few seats away. You’ve had these feelings your whole life, but you can’t act on them. It’s illegal. It’s immoral.

It’s wrong.

You played around with your best friend as a kid....

Race: Does the color of my skin really matter?

Posted by in Life is worth an entry, 15 August 2014 - - - - - - · 130 views

I'm not black, I'm not White. I am just a Chinese boy, who happens to like boys and is blind in one eye. Being gay and blind is already a rarity, race for me usually does not become a major subject. Yet, I know there is racism in the world; especially in the deep south.

My oldest childhood friend is black; we're both blind in one eye and we're both highl...

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