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Secret Admirer Winners & Reveal

Posted by in Site Fun, 12 February 2016 · 238 views
Contest, Short Story

I'd like to thank all of the authors who participated in the Secret Admirer Short Story Contest! There were a lot of great entries and based on the comments I've seen over the last week, it was hard to pick just one story. Thank you everyone who voted for your favorite story and a big Thank You to A.J. for collecting the votes. I will be in contact with e...

First Light

Posted by in jamessavik's Blog, 12 February 2016 · 23 views

http://s30.postimg.o...first_light.jpg  Cape Verde, Oregon
2019 July 04
1300 PST What had once been on old barn was completely unrecognizable. Scientific instruments of all descriptions surrounded a concrete vault called the pit. The pit contained the equipment to make the experiment work. It also protected the human participants...


Secret Admirer Guess Who!

Posted by in Site Fun, 11 February 2016 · 540 views
Game, Guess Who

Have you been inwardly guessing which Secret Admirer Contest entries were written by which author. With the voting for the contest over, it's time for the GA members to try and guess who wrote what! The "reveal" will occur on February 13th, so try and get your guesses in before then. The only prize for this game is bragging rights, if you guess more right...

Depakote Blues

Posted by in Melancholy ... the broken staff of life, 11 February 2016 · 37 views

It's only been just over a week on 1500 mg of Depakote and that old, familiar feeling has come back. You could say I feel like I was taking 2 mg of Risperidone and 1000 mg of Depakote, but it's different than that. There's no energy, zero, zilch. There's nothing there. It's like being in a warm pool of salt water. You just float there without a current to...

February Signature Excerpt: Butterflies Fly Free By Bill W

Posted by in Gay Stories, 10 February 2016 · 65 views
Signature Excerpt and 2 more...

This month we're featuring Bill W's story, Butterflies Fly Free. Did you check out Monday's post with his ad graphic and reviews by some of his readers? You should! You can also download a copy of the signature graphic if you want to help promote Bill's story. Butterflies Fly Free   Bill says: Sometimes you have to give those you love t...


Posted by in Foster, 09 February 2016 · 78 views
Picture Poem

2.9.16 I am not the only one ...
To look upon the sky
And know
Where I am is ...
And not care

I Am Looking For A New Editor.

Posted by in James Bond007's Blog, 08 February 2016 · 130 views

Hey! I will make this short, I am looking for a new editor. If you you are interested let me know :)

Super Bowl L Impressions

Posted by in Riding Thoughts, 08 February 2016 · 115 views
football, NFL, Super Bowl

The hoopla the NFL concocts around the championship game saved the day. The contest itself was mediocre. An overconfident young quarterback was hammered in a way he hadn't been all year, by the end you could tell he had given up. Who doesn't jump on a ball after a fumble? 
Payton Manning should retire while on top. He's still a force to contend with...

Weekly Update

Weekly Wrap Up!

Posted by in Gay Authors News, 07 February 2016 · 233 views
Weekly Update

It's been busy this first week of February! There's a lot going on for readers and authors to enjoy. I'll remind you, just in case you missed something or put it on the back burner (there's so much to read this week!!)

Monday we started off with the CSR (which stands for Can't Stop Reading, btw, since so many people don't know!) Book Club. This month Ad...

I Quit

Posted by in My Life ~ My Views, 07 February 2016 · 152 views

Some times we have take decisions which will more effect us than others. As well as some times they affect our life, our self respect and our personal life too. I took new job in the aspects of unnecessary terms. I took it to prove that I am not nothing. But there I faced some obstacles which I never expected. My own friends turned against me. T...


Posted by in paul.b's Blog, 07 February 2016 · 60 views

Happy New year to all of you who are celebrating Cny

Have You Ever Had A Strong Desire To Save A Character From His Author?

Posted by in Life is worth an entry, 07 February 2016 · 84 views

It's a taboo among writers, which I understand. We respect one another ability and respect our works mutually Still, recently, I came upon a story that I was so angry at and so desperately desiring to change the fate of its protagonist that I wanted to ask the author if he would allow me to do a sequel based on his work, which has been in limbo for y...

Completing My First Story

Posted by in Hunter Thomson's Blog, 06 February 2016 · 69 views
Completion, reflection, writing and 1 more...

Wow. Earlier today I posted chapter 18 of The Last Out, which is amazingly the final chapter of the story I've spun around Devin and Alex. I'm writing this and it feels surreal to me to have finished it (again, actually) and to have it published on a site like Gay Authors. I can't help but think 'what a strange, magical journey this story and I have gone...

Me Before You Movie Trailer

Posted by in Methodwriter85's Blog, 05 February 2016 · 51 views

The trailer for Me Before You just dropped...it's pretty good. If you're not familiar with the story, it's based on a book written by JoJo Moyes. It focuses on a young woman from a small town who becomes a hired caregiver to a recently-disabled man. It stars Emilia Clarke (Games of Thrones) and Sam Claflin (The Hunger Games). Here's the trailer: 

Quick Bread

Zucchini Bread

Posted by in Renee's Recipes, 05 February 2016 · 52 views
Quick Bread

Ingredients:  3 eggs
1 C Lard
2 C Sugar
2 C Zucchini (shredded)
3 t. Vanilla
3 t. Cinnamon
1 t. Salt
1 t. Baking Soda
1/4 t. Baking Powder
3 C Flour Directions:  Preheat oven to 400 degrees
Mix together eggs, sugar, lard, and vanilla
Mix in cinnamon, salt, baking soda, and baking powder
Add in zucchini and mix well
Thoroughly mix in flour...


Ask An Author #36

Posted by in Author News, 03 February 2016 · 228 views
Interview, Ask An Author

It's the first Wednesday of the month again (can you believe it's already February?!) which means that it's time for our monthly Ask An Author feature. A big thank you to Dark for their continued contribution to the blog with one of our most popular features. Don't forget, if you have a question you'd like Dark to cover, send a PM! Also, a reminder, the S...

Updates And Randomness

Posted by in RainbowPhoenixWI's Blog, 02 February 2016 · 66 views

today was fun and amusing. on this site for a few days, and already making mistakes, lol. ADD and writing always make a fun mix. I have quit a few projects saved on this site already, just not any that were set to be published. talk about amusing and embarrassing when you get an email about something being denied for publishing for whatever reason and not...

Moving On In Life

Posted by in TetRefine's Blog, 01 February 2016 · 225 views

So I've finally figured out what I'm going to do with my life, at least for the next five years. I've flirted with teaching the past couple years, but because my degree isn't in education, I'm limited in what I can do. Right now I do a lot of duties a regular teacher does (teaching, grading, behavior support, etc) but I get a whole lot less money to do it...

Broken Prince, Mismatched Eyes And More

Posted by in layla's Nightwhisperz, 30 January 2016 · 78 views

I've been meaning to do a new blog post for awhile, but now I have a bunch of things to share. As those who have been reading ....And All Shall Fade To Black have seen, i have finally started working on a new story after more than a year. This doesn't mean that I've forgotten my other works, I have plans to finish them all, as time frees itself up. About...

Comparing Past And Present

Posted by in Renee's Story News, 30 January 2016 · 78 views

So, I've been doing a lot of thinking about my writing lately. I was curious to see how I've changed and grown as an author over the years. The best way for me to figure that out, was to look at my earlier works, primarily Eternity. Eternity was only the second novel I ever wrote, and the first M/M novel. Looking back at it now, I can't help but crin...

I Quit My Job :)

Posted by in Musings From Me, 30 January 2016 · 76 views

So I quit my job this afternoon and I feel great about it. I wasn't really all that happy with teaching stuff that sort of got treated like a 'spare part' in their education and some classes were just badly behaved.  But! I had an interview on Friday and I got a new job as a Supply across different years: Drama Instructor (Year 7-Year 13)

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