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Writing Tip

Grammar Rodeo #6

Posted by in Gay Authors News, 29 July 2015 · 0 views
Writing Tip

Who's ready for another Grammar Rodeo? Today's Grammar Rodeo is sorta a Part 2 of last weeks. A big thanks to Cia for providing these for the blog. They are a great learning tool and include some great tips and tricks to help authors remember what is best to use. Hopefully you'll find Grammar Rodeo #6 as informative as I did! 
Grammar Rodeo #6...

CSR Book Club

C S R Discussion Day: Frozen Heart By Dianjin

Posted by in Gay Authors News, 27 July 2015 · 135 views
CSR Book Club, Discussion

This month I featured Dianjin's Frozen Heart . This story features two boys who have a lot to overcome in their lives... and it's just possible they might be able to help each do that. Did you find the time to enjoy their journey this month? What did you think? We won't be doing any chat time, since unfortunately Dianjin is sans internet for today, but pl...

The Final Frontier...

Posted by in Craftingmom's Blog, 26 July 2015 · 94 views

The last few weeks I've been working on really cleaning out the house. It started with the girls' rooms and has slowly progressed one area at a time. As a former teacher, I tended to keep everything, sure I could use it for something--some craft, some project, etc--plus, I have a husband who has to keep every computer, monitor, old laptop, keyboard, etc...

The Value Of A Moment

Posted by in hands in the air., 26 July 2015 · 96 views

I wasn't out of the closet when I was in high school. Most of my teenage years were really confusing for me. I grew up with a lot of normalized homophobia. Any mention of anything gay was wrong and ridiculed and that was just the way it was. It was so ingrained in me that even I thought being gay was wrong. Boys were meant to be with girls and that was...


Posted by in Stuff from Cia, 26 July 2015 · 62 views

I saw this today and thought it was cool.  


Posted by in drak's sekrits, 24 July 2015 · 61 views

One afternoon, with nothing better to do, I wandered into Books-a-Million or some such pulp peddler and, after glancing at the mainstream, GLBT, and Christian sections (a lot of guides on the mystical or magical power of prayer, how to pray away the pains of modern living, and why it is OK to spank your child), drifted over to the Occult section, by no me...

#throwbackthursday- Clueless On Set, 20 Years Ago

Posted by in Methodwriter85's Blog, 23 July 2015 · 39 views

Twenty years ago this week, we were blessed with quite possibly one of the best Jane Austen adaptions ever, Clueless. An updated version of her book, Emma, Clueless follows the trials and tribulations of Cher, a pampered 15-year old Beverly Hills student, who can't help but try to play matchmakers to those in her world, often with hilarious results and m...

The Legacy Of Fukashima

Posted by in jamessavik's Blog, 23 July 2015 · 102 views

These mutant daisies are appearing around the wreak of the Fukashima Daiichi power station. 
In March 2011 Japan was struck by a massive 9.0 quake. The Fukashina (BWR) boiling water reactors survived the earthquakes- one of the most massive in world...

Priorities I -- Looking Back

Posted by in True's Ramblings -- A Blog, 22 July 2015 · 96 views
story, complete, thoughts

Priorities I -- Looking Back It's amazing. I finished the first book of Priorities and have received so much positive feedback. When I started the story it was supposed to be a one-off Prompt Response. So many people contacted me asking me to continue the story that I eventually did. The story has become my flagship story now and I've found it very easy to write. I'm hard...

On Becoming A Teacher... And A Back Update

Posted by in Eric's Blog, 21 July 2015 · 86 views
Tech, Computers, Teaching, School and 1 more...

While I was MIA from Gay Authors (Stupid life events getting in the way) I took a lot of technology classes offered by Microsoft and CompTIA to keep myself up to date on current technology and what not. Because of this I ended up changing my college major from a BS in Information Technology heavy in the security field to a B.S.Ed Career and Technical Educ...

Happy Anniversary To Me

Posted by in Riding Thoughts, 20 July 2015 · 192 views
gay authors, anniversary

Two years ago today I joined Gay Authors. 
I came here following an author from another site who quickly abandoned GA. I stayed behind. I stayed because I'd discovered Circumnavigation and the CAP series. Hooked on the stories, I read, reviewed, and eventually ventured into the forums. My interactions there were less than satisfactory and after a whi...

Writing - Sharing The Schedule

Posted by in lilansui's Blog, 19 July 2015 · 71 views
new chapters, writing

I sort of muddle along when it comes to writing, but I have a story that has so many people waiting for it, that I thought it is better to share what my thoughts are. The frustration of waiting to read the next chapter....I understand this very well.
So... For  A Healing Heart - > Read it Here  I've set it up that a chapter goes up...


Nifty Gems | Should I Post?

Posted by in California Macky, 19 July 2015 · 85 views
nifty, stories, gems, favorites

I found some really heart-warming and sexy gems on Nifty. I also found some that are hot, taboo, but sweet, and you can imagine my internal struggle. 
Should I post about them? Like Vlog or Blog about them? On the one hand, it could be fun. On the other hand, it might not be entirely welcome. I'm reading a lot of romantic and raunchy crap and I'm eas...

Me And My Guitar Friend Sean

Posted by in The_Jordanation, 17 July 2015 · 195 views

For AJ, this is my guitar video so you'd better agree to upload my new profile pic for me!
enjoy anyway. 

My Boy Jack, (A Non-Lgbt Movie Review)

Posted by in Life is worth an entry, 17 July 2015 · 67 views

I recently saw this movie and I just can't help, but admire it. (Zombie may make jokes later, but I can't help it, I am sentimental about things like this). I know this is not an LGBT movie or a popular big budget american movie, or even a recent movie, but I think good movies do not need to be defined by age or frame of reference. If Danial Radcliff...

I Wish I Could Know Why.

Posted by in TheBlackDragon's Blog, 16 July 2015 · 112 views
Rants, personal thoughts

it doesn't make sense when you put a story and you work it out but then people read without leaving a comment. Even a bad one, I wouldn't be left with nothing to work on. Is the idea attracting the audiance?
Is the idea need something to spice it up?
Maybe I should make it rated.
Maybe I should add some blood
Maybe I should change the whole concept....

Occupying Thoughts

Posted by in Dabeagle's Blog, 12 July 2015 · 134 views

I frequently have many thoughts running around in my head at one time. Other times, there is nothing going on, so I guess it balances. Lately, I've had a kid in my brain. 
I mentioned him earlier, and let me give you some detail. Due to privacy laws, I will call him Adam, for the same of bringing humanity to him as opposed to calling him Child A or s...

It's The End Of The World As We Know It....and I Feel Fine?

Posted by in The Wisdom of M, 09 July 2015 · 170 views
Gay Marriage Humour

I found this article entertaining: 
It contains British Humour so I hope none of you are offended or confused by it. :P

Awww :)

Posted by in ACEd it!, 08 July 2015 · 82 views

This is just too...CUTE!!! 

Freedom Of Speech And Everything That Comes With It

Posted by in Drew's Meandering Mind, 05 July 2015 · 256 views

God, I hate that I am going to talk about politics so soon. But today calls for it. Today, I saw something that shocked, hurt, and pained me. So, I left a long comment on it. I have no idea if it will be posted... so I am posting a similar piece on here. I am a young man that champions the "Freedom of Speech" and I live by Voltaire's "I may not...

I Almost Killed My Daughter’S New Boyfriend!

Posted by in KC's Blog, 03 July 2015 · 288 views

Started my vacation yesterday by waking up to rain, rain, rain, but that was okay. I had a bunch of indoors projects planned. Off to the bank, run errands, and hit the gym before going home to get cracking on a project when my daughter informed me that she invited her new boyfriend over for dinner.  I figured that was fine, it was still a few hour...

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