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Weekly Wrap Up!

Posted by in Gay Authors News, in Weekly Update 21 December 2014 · 130 views

First off, I want to give a big Thank You to Cia for handling the blog for me this week, much appreciated, but I'm back and we have a lot to look at. However, there's something that needs to be addressed before we look back at this week's postings. As many might remember, the authors here at Gay Authors reached a milestone of 100 Million words! To celebra...

Scotty gets a Mustang (and I got the shaft)

Posted by in jamessavik's Blog, 21 December 2014 · 81 views

Scotty gets a Mustang

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I'm fifteen. It's summer and in July in Mississippi, it's hot as hell.

Things haven't been awesome at home for some time. Not since my asshole scoutmaster told my parents that homosexuals weren't welcome in scouting.

He threw that little bomb into our...

Running in Place

Posted by in Percy's Blog, 20 December 2014 · 48 views

We’re finally getting rain here in northern California after two years of very little of the wet stuff. It’s great to see. It’s great to feel. I went swimming in the rain yesterday. But for running, I’ve moved indoors to the treadmill. Until last month, I probably hadn’t run on a treadmill since 2011.

Treadmill technology has improved in the...

Merry Christmas

Posted by in Billy Martin's Blog, 20 December 2014 · 64 views

Merry Christmas This time of year can be filled with joy, excitement, happiness, and what some would call, miracles; but also, dread, loneliness, stress, and depression can be found as well.

Don't be so quick to brush off rudeness or an uncaring attitude. Perhaps with a smile, offer an ear to bend, and be the person someone can lean on, you could help bring a miracle...

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Prompt Me!

Posted by in Gay Authors News, 19 December 2014 · 139 views
Prompt 378 Creative and 3 more...

Surprise! It's me again! This week has just flown by, and we're a bit late posting these. Whoops! But hey, we're not going to leave you hanging without your prompt fix. I have two great ones to share with you.

Prompt 378 – Creative
Tag – List of Words
Use the following words in a story – gift, broken shoelace, brown coat, scarf, and a zebra.

Prompt...

Online Review of Saburo's Sushi

Posted by in lovesickpuppy's Blog, 19 December 2014 · 36 views

The Saburo's of today had some adjustments made (for a short amount of time, they used paper orders instead of their usual dry-erase marker write-in orders), but it is all for productivity and efficiency. My review is not for just one night, but for all the times I've gone there. I usually either bring a friend or a book to wait in line with me.

Usually...

"There can be only One!"

Posted by in "There can be only ONE!", 18 December 2014 · 58 views
religion, non dualism and 4 more...

"There can be only One!"

No I've not lost my mind in a fit of megalomania. If you grew up in the 80's you will either have seen the movie Highlander , or seen the TV series or some of the other spinoffs. I saw the TV series as a young man.

As you may have guessed, the name I chose to represent my writing on this site is somehow linked to the series. I'...

Trying to explain being bi

Posted by in W.E_Rosenthal's Blog, 18 December 2014 · 101 views
Bi, Bisexual, Relationships and 1 more...

Bisexuality is romantic attraction, sexual attraction or sexual behavior toward both males and females, and may also encompass romantic or sexual attraction to people of any gender identity or to a person irrespective of that person's biological sex or gender , which is sometimes termed pansexuality . (wikipedia.com)


When I...

Santa Meltdown

Posted by in KC's Blog, 17 December 2014 · 110 views

Had to finish up some Christmas shopping, so the Kid and I hit the mall. Store after store and going to yet another store, she was a little irritated with me. She didn’t like anything I picked out for gifts and she was annoyed that I wasn’t taking it serious.

“Could you be any more embarrassing?” Kid mumbled under her breath.

……...........…....

quick book review

Posted by in Marc's Blog, 17 December 2014 · 43 views

within another forum entry - http://www.gayauthor...ay-to-straight/ - on page 2 i mentioned a book called "Hiding from Myself" by Bryan Christopher - B00N64UL3S - it was an advert that just so happened to pop up on that forum message - and talk about targeted marketing !

anyhow - on with the quick review - the sub line o...

Should be an interesting week

Posted by in Random Thought's, 14 December 2014 · 61 views

This week I go from doing the job of three people down to two, as I am training the new hire tomorrow.

My Manager is coming to town to be with her new hire but she won't be doing any of the training. I don't think she actually knows how to do my job.

What she doesn't know is that she is walking into the Lions den.

Two manages (one sales and one operati...

True Crime: The Houston Mass Murders

Posted by in Methodwriter85's Blog, 13 December 2014 · 93 views

David Brooks, an accomplice in the Houston Mass Murders of the early 1970's, is up for parole. A teenager at the time, he and fellow Houston teen Elmer Wayne Henley lured 28 teenage boys to home of Dean Corll, who raped, tortured, and murder them. At the time, it was the largest victim toll for serial killers in history.

I think it's a pretty fascina...

More neko on the way...in January

Posted by in Craftingmom's Blog, 12 December 2014 · 51 views

Okay, so just wanted to let those who want to see the sequel to the Tears of the Neko soon know that I have actually started writing it. I've written the first chapter and I'm in the middle of the second. I think the beginning of stories can be hard to write since you have to set things up. So it's a little slower going than others I've written.

I als...

Birthdays and Luck

Posted by in Wayne's Updates, 08 December 2014 · 84 views

It's that time of the year again, yes, I mean my birthday. I don't know about the rest of the world, but as a kid, I use to look forward to my birthday and couldn't wait to get another year older. What the hell was I thinking?

As the Earth makes another pass around the sun, the year continues to turn and the date of my birth arrives again. This year I tu...

Better Than a Kick In The Teeth

Posted by in Wolf At The Keyboard, 08 December 2014 · 122 views

You ever have one of those days where everything goes just as it should, but all the little things irritate you? Like the rough edge of a finger nail catching on things or a tiny stone in your shoe you just can't shake loose, something tiny hangs around in your brain and puts a damper on all the stuff that went right, all the things you did well, and ever...

Hiatus.

Posted by in Owls' hoot's, 08 December 2014 · 87 views

Hello all,

As any of you who follow my stories know I've been very erratic in my posting this last year. This is mainly due to the fact that I have been living with my Grandmother in order to take care of her. I am sorry to say that on Thanksgiving she had a minor fall and her mobility has been set back. Due to her difficulties getting around I've been...

580 POINTS ?

Posted by in The Rossford Blog, 02 December 2014 · 171 views

Why the fuck do I only have 580 points? I know people are reading and commenting on this shit, so why have I been in the 580s for a month? And I'm pretty sure I had more than 580. Now, thought it didn't matter, but it pissed me off enough to write this post, so I imagine it does. This is bullshit.

Michael Brown, May 20, 1996-August 9, 2014

Posted by in Daddydavek's Blog, 25 November 2014 · 177 views

The tragedy that occurred in Ferguson could have happened anywhere in the suburbs of any large American city.

An unarmed eighteen year old male was shot by a policeman. Mike Brown was black. The officer Darren Wilson was white.

The whole confrontation lasted only about a minute and half.

Mike Brown was confronted by officer Wilson who was dr...

On Writing (and, reading)

Posted by in Melancholy ... the broken staff of life, 20 November 2014 · 114 views

Earlier today I went to check out any recent reviews of my current long story (Hercules III), but there weren’t any and then I started looking at the slow ebbing of the number of readers. Oh well, if there isn’t anyone reading, how can I wonder why there are no reviews. And, then I remembered a writer saying something about writing for yourself. Wiki to t...

Suicide... why do people do it?

Posted by in huktaunluv's Blog, 19 November 2014 · 196 views

I've always wondered what drives people to the decision to end their life. In certain cases I can understand why, I may not agree but I understand. There are a few who choose to do it in the privacy of their homes while other's choose a more public forum. The reason I bring this up is because last Monday, I was waiting for the train on my way into work. A...

Perhaps

Posted by in carringtonrj's Blog, 19 November 2014 · 105 views

Perhaps we belong to each other, like we are mirror and mirrored, voice and echo, kiss and lips, dancer and dance, smile and shine, whisper and wish, water on glass, fine and finesse, further and future, wheel and fire, turn and turned, gay and queer, girl and girlish, pretty and boy, mind and soul, heart and beat, music and muse, silence and silence, w...



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