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Author Interview: Renee Stevens

Posted by in Gay Authors News, in Interview 22 October 2014 - - - - - - · 87 views
Author Interview, Renee Stevens and 1 more...

In honor of this month's creepy critters theme, we featured Renee Stevens' story, Joined by Blood, with our October Signature Background. Who doesn't like vampires, right? If you like your vampires bad... this story has them! If you like your vampires good... this story has them! But figuring out which is which...? Maybe not so easy! If you haven't read...

I Can't Believe That This Happened In Canada

Posted by in wildone's Blog, 22 October 2014 - - - - - - · 45 views
Canada, ISIS and 1 more...

I am really in shock of the current events of today in Ottawa in our Nations Capital and on Monday in Montreal. I guess I always knew that this one day may have come, but still, it doesn't lessen the deep sense regret that our lives will be changing going forward.

I will try to sum up the events of the past 3 days, based on the latest news reports and th...

Absence and Life

Posted by in joann414's Blog, 22 October 2014 - - - - - - · 36 views

First of all, hope all of you are doing great and life is going well for you. I miss being here everyday. It's my enjoyment. But, life took a sudden turn and I've had to focus on day to day real life, supporting family. I know I don't need to explain most of it, but I just wanted all of you to know that GA is still my happy place although I've not had...

Current Reads- "The Wolf of Wall Street" and "Me Before You"

Posted by in Methodwriter85's Blog, 21 October 2014 - - - - - - · 25 views

I just got finished with two books, very different, but very enjoyable reads.

The first was The Wolf Of Wall Street by Jordan Belfort, where he details his experiences as the leader of the circus that was his stockbroker firm Stratton Oakmont during the heady days of the 1990's economic boom. Its 500 pages and pretty dense, and it took me awhile to read...

im in a philosophical mood...I demand answers! :)

Posted by in WestcliffWriter's Blog, 21 October 2014 - - - - - - · 59 views

Ok, so im not about to kill myself, rather, im in a philosophical mood.

Its almost 1 in the morning and im sitting here tapping away for this blog entry. My partner, along with most of the road is tucked up in bed after a hard day's work. Me? Well im still up after a hard day's work and I'm thinking.
In front of me is a dinner tray sitting on the coffee...

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Premium Tuesday: Binding

Posted by in Gay Authors News, 21 October 2014 - - - - - - · 98 views
Premium Tuesday, Lugh, Binding

We missed last week, but we're back! Tuesday is a great day to look over what is available in our Premium Section as a thank you to those who help support the site and keep it running. There are so many great stories that can be found in the Premium section of GayAuthors, one of which is "Binding" by Lugh. If you're interested in purchasing a premium sub...

Some General Observations

Posted by in Wayne's Updates, 19 October 2014 - * * * * * · 91 views

i like to think I am like most people. i am a social animal, someone who likes to talk, read, observe life. I try not to force my opinions on others, like to hear the good and the bad, the good to feel better, the bad so it is shared and made a little easier.

From Facebook and real life I see enough anger and lashing out at others. I try never to do that...

Lost Toys

Posted by in ColumbusGuy's Blog, 19 October 2014 - * * * * * · 93 views

Very seldom I have much to say, but twice in one day? I do go on!

Sending a note to AC Benus just now reminded me of some of the fun things from childhood--things which due to an over-protective government now, kids will no longer be able to experience. Our children are being robbed of adventurous times and attempts to learn confidence by a schizophreni...

Live Love

Posted by in Billy Martin's Blog, 19 October 2014 - - - - - - · 81 views
hypocrisy, love, hate

Live Love The following video by Clayton Jennings is not a pro-gay film; however it does point out the hypocrisy of many self-described "religious" people.



COINCIDENTAL or something Beyond Me?!

Posted by in BarricadeBoy's Blog, 17 October 2014 - - - - - - · 57 views

I've Known. I've always known. I would say something and it'll happenen. Id think of a movie that's never played on tv or that hasn't played in a long time and the next day I see the add that it's playing. Sometimes while I type the very word is being spoken on tv.

But these are small occurrences. I'm pretty sure all of us experience this in our life b...

The truth about Vampires

Posted by in jamessavik's Blog, 17 October 2014 - - - - - - · 67 views

They do exist but almost everything you know about them is wrong.

Every myth has its beginning in some truth.

About 35,000 years ago and alien expedition was marooned here on earth. They were faced with an impossible dilemma: die out or mix with the locals.

They changed humanity and themselves. Neanderthals died out almost over night and modern man sud...

Annoying Commercials

Posted by in Daddydavek's Blog, 16 October 2014 - - - - - - · 57 views

While watching the Major League Baseball Division Series and now the League Championship Series we have been subjected to some of the most annoying commercials on television.

The Dodge Dart commercial is the worst:



The Creepy Rob Lowe Direct TV is also right up there.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UMf...

The Cathoic Church Finds Gays May Have Something to Give to the Church

Posted by in eon's Blog, 14 October 2014 - - - - - - · 128 views

Pope Francis is a breath of fresh air. The RC church is at least making more pleasant noises than in the past, but I have to wonder, if there's a divine judgment, how this organization is to be judged.
The Supreme Court has declared that corporations are people. In one respect, this may be true. Any organization will take on a life of its own, apart from...

Prolific

Posted by in Wolf At The Keyboard, 12 October 2014 - - - - - - · 97 views

Yes, I understand completely if you all hate me after reading this.

With NaNoWrimo coming up, all of my IRL writing friends are planning their novels and gearing up for, what is to them, a challenge of such enormity that it is all they can think of. Now, don't get me wrong, I spend a disproportionate amount of my time both awake and asleep thinking about...

What am I, 15 years old again?

Posted by in Bender's blog, 11 October 2014 - * * * * * · 152 views

I don't usually like to talk about guys in terms of "types"--it seems unnecessarily reductive. But, if I must say that I have a type, I would say that I like my guys extra gay.

You know what I mean. I like them on the nellie side, I like them sparkly, I like them singing musicals and quoting RuPaul's Drag Race and wearing skin-tight pants because for s...

Poetry Prompt 2 - Haiku

Posted by in Fortune and Mens Eyes, 09 October 2014 - - - - - - · 82 views

Here's my own attempt, as I rarely write Haiku


Nature Haiku:

A poppy amongst
The bushes of rose, will bow
When a chill winds blows.



Urban Haiku:

Shy dog and hydrant
Stand off 'neath the noonday sky –
Which one will get wet?

Eiron

Posted by in myself_i_must_remake's Blog, 09 October 2014 - - - - - - · 121 views

I have made mention before, not just in a recent blog but in blogs I’ve long since deleted, of my father’s affairs and of my mother’s dependence upon them as an excuse for her alcoholism. I think of the whole imbroglio as an uncanny demonstration of the power of myth. Inexplicably bad things happen to man, so man invents the myth of God in order to recast...

Dad's 70th, Vietnam, Family

Posted by in Percy's Blog, 08 October 2014 - * * * * * · 132 views

My family gathered last week to celebrate my father’s 70th birthday. I come from a close family. Several factors play into our having maintained that sense of closeness and loyalty not the least of which is a basic respect and compassion enculturated by our parents. I also attribute our familial adult friendships to the frequent relocations we experienced...

There Are No Children Here

Posted by in TetRefine's Blog, 07 October 2014 - * * * * * · 180 views

So I haven't been around much on here lately, and I've neglected talking to people on here who I really do enjoy talking to. Anyway, life has been insanely busy the past month after I got my new job, as well as pretty damn stressful, but it's also been a lot of fun.

As many of you know, I got a job as an Assistant Teacher at a school in a rough, ghetto s...

Struggles with being in love with my straight best friend


I remember when I met my former best friend who was straight. It was in the break room at the department store we worked at. He was cute with his baby face and the way he was shy and didn't know how to interact with anyone was adorable to me for some reason.

I opened up to him, seeing that he could use his friend. He gradually opened up to me and we beca...

I need to rant...

Posted by in Just a thought, 01 October 2014 - - - - - - · 121 views

Something was said in my hearing this morning that makes me want to sound off. A supposedly learned man made a very sweeping statement that condemned an entire group of people. It was a basic case of prejudice, but rather than an ethnic group or the gay community, it was pretty much anyone who did not hold a college degree from the "right" university...



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