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February Signature Background: Hold32 by CarlHoliday

Posted by in Gay Authors News, in Signature Background 31 January 2015 · 38 views

This month I wanted to feature something that didn't fall in line with the usual new sweethearts or overwhelming romance. No, this month I'm featuring a story with an established couple who connect intimately... which can only come from a long time loving each other. Like a life spent with another person--sometimes you just don't know what's going to come...

Work or something like it

Posted by in Random Thought's, 30 January 2015 · 29 views

The last two weeks have been hectic.

Last week I spend 2 days in Iowa City for work getting a Federal agency set-up on their new phone. I love working with customers and taking care of the issues that come up during the deployments.

This week I was at a federal agency here in Des Moines doing the same thing. I got to spend time with a federal account re...

Not Done Yet

Posted by in eon's Blog, 30 January 2015 · 16 views

If anybody'd told me how much fun it is to write, I prolly never woulda started doing it. I'm funny that way.

I posted a new chapter last night, Sighting In The Target.


Prompt Me!

Posted by in Gay Authors News, 30 January 2015 · 127 views

Happy Friday! I hope everybody is ready for a couple of new prompts!!! For those that don't already know, Comicfan supplies us with a couple of prompts every week to hopefully inspire ideas and simply get people writing. If one of the prompts catches your attention, write it and post it in GA Stories. To have your prompt response considered for the featur...

Writing To Reach You

Posted by in Wolf At The Keyboard, 29 January 2015 · 120 views

First off, this entry took forever to write because of all the typos. If any make it through, do forgive me.

I write, it's what I do. And because I spend so long doing it, I am very aware of how I type, the motions I make, and the relationship I have with a keyboard. For a long time now it has shocked and appalled me that most people never think twice ab...

When to OUT People: a Guide for Nuking Hypocrites

Posted by in jamessavik's Blog, 28 January 2015 · 143 views

"Outing" people is, under most circumstances, traumatic and potentially destructive.

It can even be dangerous to people.

It should only be done only under certain exceptional circumstances. Examples follow and then guidelines.

Reverend Ted Haggard , millionaire leader of a mega-church, was a...

Laying a Trap

Posted by in drak's sekrits, 27 January 2015 · 131 views

Click "Read Full Entry" in order to see the picture, above. This is my best recent blitz game. I played Black against a higher-rated player with a time control of ten minutes.

With Black to play, what is the best move?

White resigned two moves later. The entire game is below. Decide what you would move as Black and then compare your answer against mi...

Grief is weird

Posted by in DynoReads' Blog, 24 January 2015 · 107 views

My brother died this morning after a two week battle with the complications from flu.

I've lost others before, both my parents, a couple close friends even a coworker. So I thought I knew what to expect from grief.

Only I have this overwhelming sense of rage. At my brother whose drinking weakened his body so much that it couldn't fight off the flu. At h...

Human Complexity

Posted by in Arpeggio's Blog, 23 January 2015 · 198 views

I’m no stranger to ignorance; I live in Tennessee after all, but today a friend asked me a question that really made me think. She asked if I ever thought about being a girl since I was biologically female. Now it may come off as a simple yes and no question, but it’s not. The truth is, sometimes I identify as having female qualities. Sometimes I even won...

Blog Entries Evolve

Posted by in lovesickpuppy's Blog, 23 January 2015 · 39 views

I forgot what I was going to write about. Does it matter?

Someone asked me tonight if I've got something new, and I said that the story I had is on hold. It's just floating about. I've been ill. I'm also nursing a broken heart. But I told the friend, the "heart" is a boundless sea of love, something like that. I'm paraphrasing.

On GA, here, my most emba...


Posted by in The Rossford Blog, 22 January 2015 · 170 views

When comments come back, Rossford will come back.

What a Wonderfully Weird Day

Posted by in Hogan2015's Blog, 22 January 2015 · 60 views
schizophrenia, hiv, friends and 3 more...

I went to lunch recently with a old school friend I hadn't seen in years. Same old story, lost touch over years, went to a High School Reunion, reacquainted ourselfs, and planned a lunch date to catch up, that got post poned like 10 times. A year later we finally get our busy schedules in line and met for a very good lunch.
I told him that I had something...

Ponder in the Dark

Posted by in KC's Blog, 22 January 2015 · 58 views

How come, I can wake-up in the middle of the night and walk around the house in the pitch dark like a Ninja… but a few hours earlier when I went to bed, I leaped across the dark room onto the bed like a scared little girl, so the monsters under the bed wouldn’t grab my feet in the darkness?? :huh:

Another Neko Update

Posted by in Craftingmom's Blog, 22 January 2015 · 63 views

So, I just want to first thank everyone who read, liked, rated, and/or reviewed What No One Sees. I hope you enjoyed the story, and I greatly appreciate all the comments. Thank you so very much. I am considering possibly using Avery and Matt for some short stories/prompts like I did for the Neko. I dunno, we'll see.

Anyway, to the reason you probably...

Well this is interesting...

Posted by in CassieQ's Fractured Thoughts, 20 January 2015 · 73 views

There are some things I would prefer not to hear in the cardiologist's office. Having an "interesting" EKG result is one of them.

Luckily, it was nothing too serious. I learned that I had mitral valve prolapse (who knew)? which is pretty much harmless and that I have this thing called "left posterior fascicular ventricular premature beats" (say it five...

A Time of Reflection

Posted by in Myr's Corner, 19 January 2015 · 84 views
reflecting, 2015

They say that the new year is a time of reflection. It has been a very long time since I just sat down to write and I did that last night. It felt good to do it.

I decided to stop by my blog because I was cleaning up old stuff. With the big software upgrade, some of the old junk needs to go. I decided to keep this blog though because of it's long his...

Joined by Blood & Other Story News

Posted by in Renee's Story News, 17 January 2015 · 90 views
Joined by Blood, Thwarted and 2 more...

First off, thank you to all my readers for being so patient as I try to get story chapters out! It's been a struggle to write lately, though I'm not sure why, but I am still writing. I wanted to update everyone who follows my work on a couple things that are going on in regards to my stories, but especially the completed story, Joined by Blood .

As of...

Out of my home for now

Posted by in wildone's Blog, 17 January 2015 · 133 views

Well, to cap off a crappy week where I have had to work minimum of 12 hour days for the past 13 days and now compulsory overtime at work for another 2-3 weekends, I got off a bit early yesterday and headed home.

Once I got off the elevator to walk down the hall to my apartment style condo, I saw two of the Condo board members standing outside of my unit....

Space Vampires!

Posted by in Stuff from Cia, 17 January 2015 · 88 views

Okay, this is funny because I am posting the third story in what has been called my 'Space Vampires' trilogy. That, and it's just soooo true at times! 
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Posted by in Foster, 16 January 2015 · 70 views


Marred and scuffed
from the good and bad...
there's this look
of a life lived...
twisted and worn
seen with the eye and held by a hand
felt in the heart
strangely at peace
wanting nothing anymore
but giving instead
a fond farewell

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