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Prompts

Prompt Me!

Posted by in Gay Authors News, in Writing Prompts 04 September 2015 · 12 views
Prompts, First Line, Creative

Hope everyone has had a great week so far and is looking forward to the weekend. What better way to start it off than with brand new prompts! If you've been feeling stuck, or maybe just want to do something a little different, maybe one of these prompts will jumpstart a new idea. A couple of things to remember: Prompt responses under 1,000 words must be p...

Official National Languages: My Take

Posted by in Life is worth an entry, 03 September 2015 · 8 views

Alright, one political post a week :P 
An issue was raised about the use of Spanish in communication versus using English, which is the majority language of the US currently. It's a really provocative question about language and people. 
I do believe that an official language in some countries are necessary to create a cultural identity. It's a...

Trials And Tribulations

Posted by in Billy Martin's Blog, 03 September 2015 · 8 views
new chapter

What? A new chapter?! You have to be kidding me! No way.... 
Nope, it's true! I have indeed posted a new chapter for T&T. 
I hope you enjoy!

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Theme Selection

2016 Anthology Themes

Posted by in Gay Authors News, 03 September 2015 · 3 views
Theme Selection, 2016

Thank you to everyone who voted in the 2016 Theme Selection polls. The results are in!!! The 2016 Themes will be: 2016 Spring Anthology
Crossing The Line  2016 Summer Anthology
Wicked Games  2016 Fall Anthology
Blindsided  2016 Winter Anthology
The Forgotten  With the themes for 2016 announced, I'd also like to a...

How A Student Chose A Shakespeare Sonnet.

Posted by in aditus' Road Blog, 03 September 2015 · 4 views
Shakespeare, sonnet 130

M. has to memorize and recite a Shakespeare sonnet for school. Most important criterion: No ‘thee’, ‘thou’ and ‘hath’ and shit. My comment: I never found ‘shit’ in a Shakespeare sonnet before, so I googled it. I didn’t find any, thank God. His final decision fell on Sonnet 130. Next step: How do I pronounce this shit?
Again with the sh...

My Dumb Ass Of The Year Award

Posted by in jamessavik's Blog, 02 September 2015 · 8 views

Given the actual existence of Kanye West, it is difficult for anyone to be a bigger dumb ass but this summer, some one has risen to the challenge. 
My dumb ass of the year: county clerk of Rowan County, KY Kim Davis . 
http://i1305.photobu...zpsymsb5a0b.jpg  
This attractiveness challenged...

Here's To Us

Posted by in Riding Thoughts, 02 September 2015 · 85 views

No matter what our kids and the new generation think about us,
WE ARE AWESOME !!!! OUR LIFE IS LIVING PROOF !!!!
· To Those of Us Born 1950 - 1979 TO ALL THE KIDS WHO SURVIVED THE 50's, 60's 70's and 80's!!
First, we survived being born to mothers who smoked and/or drank while they were pregnant.
They took aspirin, ate blue cheese dressing, t...

New York City Dreamin'

Posted by in TetRefine's Blog, 31 August 2015 · 137 views

I got a new job. It pays better then the last one I had (so thats a plus), but there are also a lot of drawbacks to it also. First off, its across the river in New Jersey, and there is no train connection near where I'll be working. That means I have to keep the expense of having a car, paying for gas, and the tolls every day to cross the bridge. I also H...

Excerpt Four From Becoming Real

Posted by in Fortune and Mens Eyes, 31 August 2015 · 0 views

Excerpt Four from Becoming Real:  Hello, all! The book club this month is featuring my collection of coming out stories, Becoming Real . I will be live to chat today, 7 to 9 PM, but for those of you who may not know what to expect from the work, I think I will post a few sample excepts. These are a personal sampling, and just meant to give you the f...

Unconditional

The Dangers Of Personal Gate-Keeping In Writing

Posted by in InTheMindOfSunshine's Blog, 30 August 2015 · 9 views
Unconditional, Advice, Boundaries and 1 more...

Recently, I’ve thought a lot about Unconditional , self-set boundaries, and starting over from scratch.  (As usual, there are spoilers ahead. I would say all of my stories are fair game, but especially Unconditional, as you might’ve expected. And there’s also some use of profane language – less so than last time, at least.)  As a heads-up, it’...

Silence Cnn

Posted by in drak's sekrits, 29 August 2015 · 51 views
internet

I am always on the lookout for ways to silence these media web sites that automatically activate my speakers and stream video into my computer without my permission. 
To read CNN rather than hear it, Firefox users can install NoScript, then forbid scripts running from turner.com. This simple solution transforms CNN.com into an online newspaper.

Vick As A Steeler

Posted by in Dabeagle's Blog, 29 August 2015 · 75 views

You don't have to be a football fan to read this, or to understand it because it isn't really about football. What it's about is our priorities, what we allow as a society. 
I can't get it out of my head how horribly dogs died at the hands of Michael Vick and, for my part, I think he's a monster. Many people defend him with the notion that 'he did hi...

Housekeeping In Old Virginia

Posted by in Cole Matthews' Dark and Dusty History Corner, 28 August 2015 · 71 views
cooking, cookbooks, history and 3 more...

On our recent trip, we did some antiquing and I found several fun old cookbooks. I think I will present some of my most interesting findings over the next couple of weeks. If you like cooking, eating, history, or goofiness, it should be enjoyable. Of course I am easily amused  Let's begin our old cookbook adventure. I started collecting these ches...

Sunjunctivitis

Posted by in skinnydragon's lunch, 28 August 2015 · 68 views

Having experienced a jillion years of Latin :gikkle: , you don't know how difficult it is for me to not use the subjunctive when David and Twoey are describing their points of view. But not too many 15 year old kids use the subjunctive case, at least not since about 500 AD. So I just wince and carry on. :pinch: 
O! Utinam ne pueri Diligibat!!

Another Late Night Confession

Posted by in Wayne's Updates, 26 August 2015 · 77 views

I'm tired but can't sleep and I have to be up again in just seven hours. 
My mind is on the go and right now I can't get it to quiet. Too many things to deal with, too many things to wish for, too many bills to pay, too many demands, and above all far too little time and too little me. Ideas and Ideals, stories, obligations, dreams, and hopes swirl a...

Bts Supplies

Posted by in ACEd it!, 26 August 2015 · 99 views
BTS

Okay, no more ranting this time around :*) Some of you may or may not know my obsession with stationary and office supplies :D. And I am a HUGE fan of BTS Haul videos! And also the What's in my Pencil Case/Backpack videos. I really love watching the videos and seeing what students from all over the world would normally bring for school, though I...

Brandon Smiling Soundtrack Track List

Posted by in Brandon Smiling: The Soundtrack, 23 August 2015 · 75 views
Billy Chase Brandon Music

Link to Playlist on YouTube:
https://m.youtube.co...PB40RBowVkccOEi
Iris – Cover by Future Sunsets of Goo Goo Dolls (the theme song of the Billy Chase Chronicles per Comicality’s trailer – Brandon Style!)
Let It Happen – Tame Impala (Brandon’s main theme)
The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face – Cover by George Michael of the...

Amazon Workplace Culture

Posted by in Methodwriter85's Blog, 23 August 2015 · 99 views

Hey guys, I thought I'd point you guys to this rather fascinating expose I read by the New York Times about the corporate culture of the Amazon Workplace. 
Amazon: Wrestling Ideas in a Bruising Workplace  
It paints a picture of Amazon as this "every man for themselves" environment, where workers are encouraged to work well over 40 hours a week...

Kung Fu And The Art Of Living

Posted by in Blog of Cynus the Pan-Ace, 22 August 2015 · 74 views

I shared this quote on the "Inspirational Quotes" forum a short while ago, and it was brought to my mind again in response to several of the comments on my last blog posting:  
"If you one day make it back to the West, what will you tell men of this strange word, 'kung fu'? Will you tell them that it means to fight? Or will you say like a monk from...

An Unexpected Addition

Posted by in The_Jordanation, 21 August 2015 · 118 views

It's not too often now days that I post things on my blog, and when I do it's because I'm being either an offensive faggot or in a jovial mood where I post random bullshit. But this blog post is neither of those for once. This post is about something interesting that happened to me today.  There I was at Period 1 Geography (yes I take geo DON'T...

Come Join Us On "the Alphabet Game"

Posted by in The Alphabet Game, 19 August 2015 · 115 views

(If this is an improper use of a blog, please let me know and I will remove it immediately.) The Alphabet Game is a game we've been playing over in the "Forum Games and Humor" section of the site. We've been having a lot of fun over there, and we'd love to see you there, too. The object is for us to take turns writing lines, with each successive line...



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