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Premium, Advertising, Software Updates, Oh My!

Posted by in Site Technology, 24 August 2016 · 355 views
premium, advertising, software

Greetings everyone! It has been a while since I've done a blog, and this one will be a bit of a potpourri of items. We're going to chat about premium content, advertising, new software, and a call for volunteers. Also I'd like to give another shout out to one of our authors, so congrats again to Albert Nothlit ! If you are aware of any of our authors gett...

Weekly Update

Weekly Wrap Up (August 14 - August 20)

Posted by in Gay Authors News, in Weekly Update 21 August 2016 · 113 views
Weekly Update

Okay, it has been a very busy week, so I'm not going to dawdle too long. However, we also have some info we'd like to share with you. First off, if you are a site author, then please check out the author forum "Anthology Private Discussion" as there are a couple of things in there that require you're attention. Also, as a reminder, we’re always looki...

Small Rant

Posted by in Mikiesboy's Blog, 27 August 2016 · 88 views

Well I never thought I'd be here, with a blog, but I found out today that I'm very tired. So I figured a small rant was in order.  
Our young Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, said recently that poverty is sexist. There is a large movement to lift women and children out of poverty. Which, while good, still divides us as a race. In that I mean the human...

Cult: Time Masters

Posted by in Glittery Place, 26 August 2016 · 38 views
cartoon, animation, Hungarian and 6 more...

Cult: Time Masters A Facebook entry made me think of one of the cult animations of my childhood: Time Masters. As a child, I was having nightmares because of it, it's not really a tale for little kids, more a sci-fi for young adults.
The French-Hungarian co-production was legendary to those days, 60 artists were working on it for almost 3 years.
Thanks to IMDb, there i...

Stranger Things

Posted by in Methodwriter85's Blog, 24 August 2016 · 92 views

I finally broke down and got Netflix so I could watch Stranger Things, which is kind of like an homage to 1970's/1980's sci-fi teen fantasy movies/books. It's about a nerdy group of middle school friends in small town America 1983, when one of the group goes mysteriously missing. 
Some big nostalgia factor- aside from being set in '83, it's also got...

Am I Worthless?

Posted by in My Life ~ My Views, 22 August 2016 · 172 views

Am I Worthless? Every time this question popped into my head, you people made think different and made me feel great. But once I go off of this alive space, reality hits me so hard. So hard that my heart will get squeeze to pulp and hurt me so much. 
My parents never cared about what I want and they always never give a sh*t about me. And now even my things are becam...

Word Painting With Added Sound

Posted by in Musically speaking , 20 August 2016 · 79 views

Word Painting With Added Sound I've always had an interest in poetry - discovering Live-Poets here reawakened it and I was fascinated, watching the art and craft of its creation. Only as an onlooker, you understand, a point of view I mistakenly committed to print. :rolleyes:

This, of course, prompted a friend to challenge me: didn't I think I could produce some verse? Err … no,...


Anthology Discussion Day - August 2016

Posted by in Anthology News, 20 August 2016 · 177 views
Anthology, Discussion

Hey All!! It's time for this months Anthology Discussion Day! I'm hoping that holding these discussion days will help encourage authors to participate and also serve as a reminder of the upcoming anthology. We had a great turnout last month, and hopefully this month will be even better! Because we have two upcoming anthologies, due within a short time fra...

A Dental Update

Posted by in Drew's Slice of Pi, 19 August 2016 · 115 views

Hey everyone! :hug: 
So, Wednesday morning, I woke up with an annoying ache in one of my teeth. At first, I was able to ignore it since it was more a nuisance than an actual pain, but the ache began to intensify later that afternoon and really got bad at night (to the point where I wasn't able to sleep :( ). Well, Thursday morning saw me at the denti...


Posted by in asamvav111's Rainbow Couch, 19 August 2016 · 68 views
Poetry, rape

Good stories never end.
They just begin a new chapter.
Fragments were our destiny. Our fate
doomed the first time I saw you smile.
Your eyes were filled with the moist heat
of the mid summer mango grove's shady
effervescent infrangible delight. Your movements
took shape in the delicate prowess of a mountain leopard.
Your form undulating to the bea...


Posted by in ACEd it!, 19 August 2016 · 48 views

A lot has been going on and it's been a while since I've been as active as I was before. Listing down the changes in my life seems easier than having to write it down in paragraphs. 
1. Just finishing my 1st year degree program in uni. Had 2 papers to resit by the end of the semester, but I nailed it. 
2. Finally signed up for a license at the D...


Writing Prompts #524 & #525

Posted by in Writing Tips, 19 August 2016 · 60 views
Prompts, Word List, Creative

Happy Friday, Y'all!!!!! Hope everyone is looking forward to the weekend, I know I am! To help start your weekend off right, it's time for some new prompts. Hopefully one of these great prompts will inspire you, and don't forget to share your responses (at least a link) so that they can possibly be featured next week. Also, as always, remember that prompt...

Grannies And Australian Penguins

Posted by in Life is worth an entry, 17 August 2016 · 67 views

Weird combo right, but the old ladies did save a group of Australian penguins. 
How did they do it? 
Why they knit little sweaters for those penguins after an oil spill 
Thought I'd share funny, cute, and interesting factoid

On Being 67

Posted by in Melancholy ... the broken staff of life, 14 August 2016 · 61 views

Yesterday was my sixty-seventh birthday. I got a free B-52 at the Ixtapa in Sultan; plus, I had two shots of Oban single malt Scotch. As birthdays go, it was tolerable. 
For all that happened yesterday, I’m bored with life; due to changes in my meds I’ve gained over 30 lbs. in the past year; my cataracts are worsening to the point where I get a new p...

Weekly Update

Weekly Wrap Up (August 7 - August 13)

Posted by in Gay Authors News, 14 August 2016 · 118 views
Weekly Update

I hope everyone has had a great week. Before we get started on this week's wrap up, we would like to congratulate GA author Albert Nothlit for winning silver with the Florida Authors & Publishers Association's 2016 President's Book Awards for his novel, Earthshatter , published with Dreamspinner Press. Read more about Earthshatter , and check out the...

Current Writing Projects

Posted by in Musings from Valhalla, 13 August 2016 · 72 views

I wanted to give an update to let everyone know what writing projects I have in the works. Chapter 19 of "The Hollow Hills" is almost complete and will be sent to my team soon. I hope to have it posted within the next couple of weeks. I am very appreciative of all the support I've received for this story. I know my posting speed is excruciatingly slow...

Premium Promo

Premium Promo: Ship Logs Of The Santa Claus Series

Posted by in Gay Stories, 10 August 2016 · 162 views
Premium Promo, Mann Ramblings and 1 more...

While the majority of the site is free, Premium Stories are available to members for a small fee. Premium access can be purchased in increments of 1 month, 3 months, 6 months, and 1 year. We'll take a look at each of the stories that can be found in Premium to give you an idea of what is available. Some of our Premium Stories are part of a series. Today w...

Fun Story Nothing Serious Feel Free To Continue

Posted by in Continuous Story, 09 August 2016 · 67 views

As I doze out of bed still unaware of the time. I take a look at my alarm only to discover that it is 7:45 AM.
"Shit" I said to myself.
Swiftly change my pj to my student uniform.
No time to shower I thought. Dashing down the stair like a wild stallion try to step up my pace with a bread in my mouth ( ) . I tur...

mann ramblings

Priest & Pariahs Is Now An Ebook!

Posted by in Mann's Ramblings, 09 August 2016 · 81 views
mann ramblings, scifi and 7 more...

My third story in the series is now live, by Wayward Ink Publishing! I can hardly believe I've gotten this far! Priest & Pariahs by Mann Ramblings
Ship Logs of the Santa Claus, Book Three  Costa McQuillen is a Pariah, a para-human with tech empathic abilities who has escaped from Earth, where being para-human is illegal—and marks him for e...

Why Do I Write What I Do?

Posted by in Dabeagle's Blog, 07 August 2016 · 111 views

A month or so ago (time is elastic when you age) someone in chat asked me why I write the subjects I do, especially with respect to teen characters. At the time I gave a standard answer which more or less boiled down to when I was in school I didn't get to have those kinds of relationships and now I can experience them. 
While that is true, it may no...

I Feel . . .

Posted by in Blog of Cynus the Pan-Ace, 03 August 2016 · 149 views

The ellipses fits my frame of mind right now. It's as if my mind can't complete any of its thoughts properly. I'm constantly locked in this never-ending battle with my wayward brain. It's complicated, and it's starting to screw with me in ways I never thought would happen to me. 
I can't write like this. At least, I can't write novels. I can probably...

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