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Weekly Wrap Up!

Posted by in Gay Authors News, in Weekly Update 18 April 2015 · 82 views

I hope everyone had a great week! I think today I'm going to get right into the Wrap Up for the week.

Monday and Wednesday were all about Andy78, the author of Magic In The Air, which just so happens to be this month's Signature Author Background. On Monday, Cia wrote a review for the story and then on Wednesday she interviewed Andy78 . If you haven...


Posted by in The Rossford Blog, 18 April 2015 · 94 views

The only way to gage if Rossford is actually being read is through comments. Since two weeks have passed without comment, I will refrain from posting on here and post elsewhere until some form of comment indicating this story is still actually being read is posted,

C.L. Gibson

Boston Bomber

Posted by in drak's sekrits, 17 April 2015 · 48 views

I'm tired of hearing about murderers in the news. I don't really think their trials are newsworthy. The latest headline concerned the Boston Bomber. Do victims' families want him executed? I guess some journalist took a poll.

You know what, who cares? My opinion on the Boston Bomber can be summarized in four words: Take Out The Garbage.

Human life is ne...


Prompt Me!

Posted by in Gay Authors News, 17 April 2015 · 149 views

Happy Friday everyone! Hope everyone has had a great week so far. To help you finish off your week and get a great start on your weekend, we have two new prompts from the prompt guru, Comicfan! We'd love to see what you come up with, so don't forget to share your prompt responses in the Prompt Forum , you never know, your response might be shared next wee...

Boys and Sex

Posted by in Dabeagle's Blog, 16 April 2015 · 102 views

There has always been some inequality of the sexes - even tonight my son was teasing a teammate that he'd been beaten by a girl and I had to explain to him why that wasn't the way to tease. But, as was discussed in the recent Sanitaria Springs story, Asher, there exists a disconnect between boys and underage sex and girls - specifically when their partner...

Police Misconduct- Have you experienced it?

Posted by in jamessavik's Blog, 15 April 2015 · 62 views

I'm curious to hear from my readers:

Have you ever been on the wrong end of police misconduct?

Bullying, Harassment- that sort of thing?

I'm considering a story that involves it and I would like to hear your experiences.

If you aren't comfortable replying here, please PM me.

Apology and Explination of recent events.

Posted by in Owls' hoot's, 14 April 2015 · 118 views

Hello Everyone,

As I mentioned in my last post I have been on a hiatus due to family issues and work issues. It saddens me to say that I am going to have to extend it.

In addition to working full time I am also a care giver to elderly grandmother. Unfortunatly her health has taken a further down turn and much of my free time hs devoted to her assistin...

echos of the past

Posted by in DynoReads' Blog, 12 April 2015 · 60 views

Tonight while trying to get a date set for my brother's memorial one of his friends messaged me on FB. I thought it was his first girlfriend, but it turned out to have been someone he dated later.

In the last couple times my brother and I talked, we finally talked about the foster home, what happened, why people didn't listen. I learned a lot. It wasn't...

Tempt not too much the hatred of my spirit, for I am sick when I do look on thee.

Posted by in The Life and Times of a High School Dropout, 11 April 2015 · 66 views

Tempt not too much the hatred of my spirit, for I am sick when I do look on thee. Shakespeare really did write the best insults.

Anyways, not a ridiculously eventful week, besides my lack of cash and some nasty people in my life. Watching alot of television, going on spur of the moment dates, and getting trapped in the rain.

Been reading alot of astrology lately. Some philosophy here and there, and classic theatre. Shakespeare. King...

Sometimes I Like To Wander Around Like a Stranger

Posted by in TetRefine's Blog, 10 April 2015 · 119 views

Sometimes, on certain days like today, I like to wander around Center City pretending I'm a complete stranger to this place and seeing it for the first time. I take random turns down streets without looking at their signs as if I have no idea where I'm going. I try to look for little details in the surrounding buildings that I've never noticed in order fo...

More than Mechanics!

Posted by in Stuff from Cia, 09 April 2015 · 86 views

How much time on a weekly basis, or even monthly, do you spend--not just your actual writing---but on the mechanics of writing? Just browsing a writing website or style guide can be fun if you're a geek like me, and I often reference them when I have a rule I'm not sure of when I'm editing. But the rules of writing aren't the only things to think about; t...

"I Had A Fantasy That I Kidnapped You And Kept You Forever."

Posted by in Methodwriter85's Blog, 09 April 2015 · 70 views

I have this close friend, Jack, who relayed to me a pretty terrifying tale of something that happened to his friend a long time ago. My mentor, Jack, is now a retired former HR community college guy in his mid- 60's.

Thirty years ago, however, Jack was working as a bartender in a bar in Portland's gay community. That's how Jack met Randy. Randy was a...

Right Place...Right Time!

Posted by in KC's Blog, 07 April 2015 · 127 views

Yesterday was a crazy day at work. Every time I started to leave, something else popped up needing my attention. My shift was over, but I just couldn’t get out the door. Once I escaped, I was driving home lost in my own thoughts, completely zoned out, driving on autopilot when something caught my attention.

It was a beautiful sunny day, but extrem...

Of Burnt toast and crunchy potatoes.

Posted by in lilansui's Blog, 06 April 2015 · 66 views
meal times, eating alone

Of Burnt toast and crunchy potatoes. Lately, I've thought a lot about meal times, not because of the food, but about who is sitting at the table with me for the meal. Most times when I write characters, I find it lonely to write them eating food alone at the dining table. It's sort of sad to spend time in the kitchen cooking, and then lay it out on the table and have only one food setting....

A little of this, A little of that

Posted by in Wayne's Updates, 05 April 2015 · 48 views

Just felt I haven't said much in a while. Time for a bit of an update.

I have been dealing with dad. He isn't fully recovered and I guess this is my new reality with him. Life isn't exactly as it was, but at least it isn't as bad as it could be. He is about 90% back to normal. Balance is slightly off and he has mood swings. Part of what he is like now....

4.5.15 Picture Poem

Posted by in Foster, 05 April 2015 · 53 views


A ballet
Is spring
A conspiracy of rejoicing
Be happy
Be young
Dance and sing
And love
Let go
Let go
And fall into the embrace
It's all wildly hypnotic
Dangerously symbiotic
The spiral of life

American Songbook Track List

Posted by in Wolf At The Keyboard, 28 March 2015 · 120 views
short stories, collection and 6 more...

In the lead up to what is already being called, in our household, The Big Move, I am focusing on editing and preparing manuscripts, rather than writing. This is because it is hard to write when you feel guilty for not packing your life into boxes, and secondly because whilst Cowboy Summer waits for covers and one last read-through, I have no finished the...

Picking Up Our Shoes and Walking On

Posted by in eon's Blog, 27 March 2015 · 125 views

A wise man told me about life and death. In Vietnam, where he came from, they say that life is suffering, and death is a release from suffering. He didn't celebrate his birthdays, but the anniversary of his ancestors' death.

This is cold comfort, but comfort, nonetheless, when I think of Anuva's crossing. The vet said it was cancer, had metastacized, and...

Liver transplants!

Posted by in Arpeggio's Blog, 25 March 2015 · 198 views

One of the most paramount achievements of my life was that first six months of sobriety. With it, came the liver transplant that I proudly have maintained staying clean for. It’s been roughly five year, going on six years, since I received this liver, and although I may need another one eventually, I have been relatively healthy since, and I’m satisfied t...

Dear Life.

Posted by in Musings From Me, 22 March 2015 · 193 views

So, I've been away for a little while in London for the past week. It was so busy! Mikie came to visit me :D

Saturday I picked Mikie up from the airport, then Sunday we went to the Alexander McQueen Exhibit at the V&A Museum, which was really nice :)Monday, we just adventured around London. Tuesday we went for a really nice dinner in a hotel in Knigh...

from "The Big Bang Theory" .. credits words of wisdom

Posted by in Marc's Blog, 21 March 2015 · 103 views

Show of hands, during the climactic, face-scrunching moment of the sex act, how many of you out there sometimes find yourself thinking, "Gee, I must look pretty silly right about now"? C'mon, be honest... Okay, I understand. This is a little too intimate for a public conversation. How about if we do it this way: If you're alo...

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