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Weekly Wrap Up!

Posted by in Gay Authors News, in Weekly Update 28 February 2015 · 0 views

It's that time again, time to take a look back at what happened this week in the GA News Blog. Before I get to that though, i want to remind everyone that Tuesday is the last day to send your story to the Anthology Proof Team. At the moment we've only received 5 entries. Now, lets see what happened this past week in the blog.

The CSR discussion for P...

Ellora's Cave

Posted by in drak's sekrits, 01 March 2015 · 0 views
erotica

There's an article on vulture.com on the various controversies surrounding Ellora's Cave, an erotica publisher. I remember visiting that site once. I liked it, because the background was dark and easy on the eyes. I may have purchased a story out of curiosity there or at another web site, but I think it was purchased there. Along with the well-endowed st...

2nd Student Loan Paid Off; Many More to Go

Posted by in Methodwriter85's Blog, 27 February 2015 · 51 views

I've now paid off two of the four private student loans I took out from a Lehman's Brothers-based company called Campus Door (which eventually got bought out by Wells Fargo)...many more federal loans to go after that, but it's always a small little victory when I see a loan balance of zero. I made the decision to make postponements on my federal loans so...

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Prompt Me!

Posted by in Gay Authors News, 27 February 2015 · 118 views

FRIDAY, FRIDAY, FRIDAY!!! *Dances* Oh, oops. :blushing: Forgot what I was doing there for a moment. Hope everyone has had a great week and I bet everyone is looking forward to the weekend. Before the weekend can get here though, we have to do the weekly prompts from the Prompt Guru. Hopefully one of these will spark an idea!!!

Prompt 398 – Creative
Tag...

A Public Apology.

Posted by in WestcliffWriter's Blog, 26 February 2015 · 162 views
suicide, PuppyforSale, sorry

A Public Apology

Every now and again I will make a mistake in my life which will probably affect someone else. For anyone that knows me I am very much a heart on my sleeve kinda guy and when I feel I have caused offense to someone it not only stays with me, but I also feel a sense of duty to try and put that right. This goes for all aspects of my life...

'Give HIV drugs to healthy gay men'

Posted by in Marc's Blog, 26 February 2015 · 110 views


Healthy gay men should be offered daily HIV drugs to prevent infections, say campaigners.
A UK study, on 545 high-risk men, found one case of HIV could be stopped for every 13 men treated for a year.
more at : http://www.bbc.co.uk...health-31601042

Knobs and Tubes

Posted by in Hogan2015's Blog, 25 February 2015 · 51 views

I bought this bunalow house built in 1915 last year and have been restoring and remodeling non stop. This month I had some new wiring installed in my master bedroom only to find out the house still had 45 % of the original knob and tube wiring system being used. Most of it was hidden under the installation of the attic and some walls. Not only is this typ...

Neko is on Amazon

Posted by in Craftingmom's Blog, 25 February 2015 · 71 views

Hey everyone!

Tears of the Neko is now available on Amazon if you feel you must have a copy for your kindle so you can read it whenever you want! Or want to leave a review over there too :rolleyes: ...

No, really, just wanted to let you all know that it is published there under the pen name Taylor Ryan, in case anyone sees it there and wonders if it's m...

A New Chapter Posted to Not Done Yet

Posted by in eon's Blog, 24 February 2015 · 99 views

Running Round In Circles

That's the new chapter posted to Not Done Yet.

Everybody has a dark side. Sometimes, it doesn't take much to bring it out in us. An innocent comment, being put on the spot, even spending time with certain people.

You don't really know somebody until you see that side of 'em. When you see it for the first time, you kinda have to...

A Glimpse of Normal

Posted by in jamessavik's Blog, 24 February 2015 · 72 views
sports, football

A Glimpse of Normal

I showed up for summer football practice on my bike at the appointed time of 7am in August my 8th grade year.

August is a blow torch here in Mississippi. It's not cool in the mornings. It's just less hot.

I was wearing my Red team jersey that I had earned the year before. I was supposed to be on the 8-9th grade starting team but t...

Loss

Posted by in A.J.'s Blog, 22 February 2015 · 242 views

A close friend of mine lost his father yesterday. It was sudden and unexpected. I never met his father, but I certainly learned about the man through his son. His relationship with his father, and his family as a whole, isn’t like mine. Unlike me, he’s always excited to see his parents. He’d tell me about the trip and often share pictures and anecdotes fr...

Unbearable Joy

Posted by in Wolf At The Keyboard, 21 February 2015 · 128 views

We just finished watching The Theory of Everything , about the life of Professor Stephen Hawing and his wife. Afterwards I cried, and I couldn't explain it to Cris. Right then was another moment when I realized how really wonderful my husband was, because he just said he loved me, and didn't ask why a film about a physicist had left his big strong cowboy...

Time The Illusion

Posted by in The Wisdom of M, 20 February 2015 · 61 views
Immortality Timelessness

Time is an illusion that we cast by the frailty of our organic machine-bodies. But the mind and the soul are not finite. They persist.

Time is an illusion we cast for ourselves in a world of clocks and watches to meter out the days of our lives. But the foundations of creation do not speak to time. The universe lives and breaths in a never ending cycle...

Duke

Posted by in Foster, 19 February 2015 · 130 views

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Is Duke telling me it's cold or it's past lunch time or that ten miles is enough ?

He wants his ears rubbed. Definitely.

eBook Review: Bratty Angel by Chris T. Kat

Posted by in Stuff from Cia, 19 February 2015 · 64 views

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Today I'm featuring Chris T. Kat's newest release, Bratty Angel. I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Okay, I don't have much to say about this book... except go buy it now! It's a great fantasy, with a mythological twist I really enjoyed. Good and evil are...


My Love/Hate Gym Relationship

Posted by in TetRefine's Blog, 17 February 2015 · 137 views

I love the gym. Its the place I go at the end of my day where I expend the last bit of energy I have and it never fails to leave me on a high when I'm finished. It has given me a focus and discipline like few things have ever given me before at times when I sorely needed it. It has done wonders to my own self-confidence and body image and given me more so...

2015 Academy Awards Predictions by BarricadeBoy

Posted by in BarricadeBoy's Blog, 16 February 2015 · 75 views

THE 2015 ACADEMY AWARDS
PREDICTIONS DONE BY BARRICADEBOY

For the first time, I will be predicting the winners of the 2015 Oscars. I haven’t watched all of them so my predictions will be based on Oscar buzz and award season results but mostly who I think will take the prize this coming Sunday night. Some categories are missing like foreign language an...

Reflecting on my decisions - Two years later

Posted by in Fixing My Destiny, 16 February 2015 · 130 views
catch up, real life, relationship

Reflecting on my decisions - Two years later Most of you don't remember me when I used to write and beta on a regular basis. However, since the majority of my friends and family don't know much about me - and I'm trying to figure out a delicate balance between keeping my mother happy by not blasting "my unacceptable lifestyle" (trust me, this is a separate issue way too complicated for one single bl...

Do book websites help?

Posted by in John B.'s Blog, 15 February 2015 · 76 views

Do book websites help? I am a first time author and am looking for some help. I have created a website for my new book (my first one), Skeletons Of A Murder. I would like to have users go to the website http://www.skeletonsofamurder.info and read the Home page, the Prolog page, and the others if interested. Let me know what you think. Does the site generate any interest in rea...

endless circles

Posted by in DynoReads' Blog, 15 February 2015 · 89 views

I've tried to write this so many times, and keep deleting it. I really don't know how to say what's on my mind.

My brother, R, wasn't feeling well at the end of October, but our sister, M, thought he could wait until he saw the specialist in December.
I spoke with M before thanksgiving when she wanted one of our dad's recipes. I suggested getting R to a...



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