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Signature Excerpt

February Signature Excerpt: Odyssey By Mark Arbour

Posted by in Gay Stories, February 22, 2017 · 25 views
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Mark Arbour's story, Odyssey, was Monday's Signature Feature. Did you grab your copy of the signature banner so you can share your love for Mark's story? If not, you can do that here ! Today we're featuring a great excerpt from the story that shares Mark's great ability to create a vivid world for Mark's main character in the series, George Granger, to ex...

Tell Me What You Hate

Posted by in Hudson Bartholomew's Blog, February 20, 2017 · 59 views

I've recently received some comments on my writing that I loved. And no, they weren't about how great my writing was, they were about things the reader didn't like.  
Don't get me wrong. I love getting positive comments and knowing that people enjoy my writing. But I found that I liked the constructive feedback a lot, too. They were written respectfu...

Every Once In A While

Posted by in eon's Blog, February 20, 2017 · 57 views

Some of our authors post work to other sites. Some of our members peruse other sites, looking for a good story. Some of our authors at GA started out somewhere else before they found this site. 
I read a little on Nifty, and have for years. There's lots of 'one-handed reading' there. Much of the work is coarse, full of errors, with little to offer bu...

Upon My Way To The Hunting Grounds

Posted by in Mortal Morphology, February 19, 2017 · 67 views

Upon my way to the hunting Grounds,
Encounter I a mirror;
To me I think, how so profound!—
To me myself is nearer. Confused I am, to see this face,
Yet older, wise, and grey;
The mirror forces, case by case,
For one to see life's pay. The pay is good, (most likely not)
Beware, for danger abounds!
In its clutches you shan't be caught—
But wriggle...

To The End

Posted by in Lyssa's blog, February 18, 2017 · 69 views

Last part of flash backs Perhaps our life is a journey, I like the picture. Sometimes we take the relaxing one maybe in a spa, getting spoiled, at the beach letting the days passing by while watching the waves and the horizon. Or we choose the place we know since our childhood, which feels almost like home, comforting us with familiarity. There are t...


Prompts #558 & #559

Posted by in Writing Tips, February 17, 2017 · 193 views
Prompts, First Line, Word List

I hope everyone is having a great week! It's time for this weeks prompts, supplied by our prompt guru, Comicfan. Just a reminder, and for those who haven't worked with the prompts before: prompt responses under 1,000 words must be posted as part of a collection. Hopefully you'll find something in this weeks prompts to spark an idea and get you writing!...

Accident Part 2 Omg

Posted by in DynoReads' Blog, February 13, 2017 · 99 views

So I tried to call my primary care physician for the name of orthopedist. The number is disconnected. Maybe I have the wrong number saved, so I do a google search. In Nov. 2016, 8 area doctors were arrested for a "pill mill", and prescribing fatal doses of hydrocodone. Mine was one of them.  
So I have to find a new primary care doctor as well as an...

Flaming Assholes Of The Internets!

Posted by in jamessavik's Blog, February 12, 2017 · 64 views

As I travel the wilds of the Internets, I am often astonished by the number of assholes that make such a point of being ass holy. There are a few in particular that I want to warn you about. Beware of these ragin bastards. They make a point of being rude and obnoxious to bait you into typing something that will get you banned. Many of them are master...

Guess What! You Won't Make It To Fifty

Posted by in Mikiesboy's Blog, February 12, 2017 · 499 views

Some of you know I have health issues. I haven't spelt them out because frankly it's boring to hear about people's complaints, especially from people who aren't in your immediate family or circle of friends.  
But my doctors have given me a time frame of my life expectancy. I guess I was surprised, but I wasn't either. I've faced death on a few occas...

Other Lifetimes - Scratch Notes

Posted by in nordmanni's Blog, February 11, 2017 · 43 views

A Tale Of Two Birthdays

Posted by in Drew's Slice of Pi, February 11, 2017 · 89 views

I'm gonna tell you an interesting fact about my family. :) 
On 11 February 1987, my eldest sister was born. On 12 February 1997, my little brother was born. 
So this means, that for two days in a row, my family gets to eat a lot of cake! :lol: And what makes this year more fun (aside from my sister turning thirty and my brother twenty), is that...

Free Ebook Copy Of Married To The Enemy! Limited Time Only!

Posted by in Stuff from Cia, February 10, 2017 · 7 views

Hey guys! Who loves free...? Of course, we all do! You can get a copy of my scifi short story, Married to the Enemy during the MM Romance Valentine's Giveaway just by signing up to get the LGBT Romance Deals newsletter in your inbox... that's right! You get a free book just for asking for great deals and offers (plus monthly contests!) to appear in your...

Author Promotion

G A's Newest Promising Author: Caz Pedroso

Posted by in Author News, February 08, 2017 · 411 views
Author Promotion, Cazpedroso and 1 more...

Please join the Author Promotion Team in congratulating Caz Pedroso as GA's newest promoted author! Caz has been a member of GA for just over three years and during that time, she has written sixteen stories to share with the members here at GA. Her most recently finished novel, The Mouse that Roared , is Book 5 of her popular series, Unison Island . If y...

Premium Promo

Premium Promo: Negative Splits

Posted by in Gay Stories, February 08, 2017 · 94 views
Premium Promo, Negative Splits and 1 more...

Gay Authors has always managed to remain free to its members, one of the ways that it has managed to do so is through its Premium Subscribers. Members choose to help support the site and keep it going by purchasing Premium Content which consists of a number of stories that are only available on the site by purchasing Premium. There are many great stories...

In Praise Of Editors ...

Posted by in Lucky dip, February 07, 2017 · 104 views

In Praise Of Editors ... And beta-readers, for that matter.  
My editor and I had a slight blip a couple of months ago. I was about to publish my second prompt response when I realised that my main character changed his name halfway through. Neither of us had noticed. In the same prompt, I committed a style faux-pas which had also passed my editor by. He wasn’t impressed wi...

Alone In Bed

Posted by in Wolf At The Keyboard, February 07, 2017 · 134 views

So, I’m going to share with you something I don't normally share much - though my characters share their sex lives with you often and graphically. Several of them are quite the exhibitionists! 
But we're not here to talk about the boys, the men, and the demons, we're here for me. Now, people tell you all sorts of less-than-fun things when you get mar...

Reading Format Options In Stories 2.0

Posted by in Site Technology, February 07, 2017 · 318 views
reading, stories 2.0, software

This week I wanted to talk about the reading formats we are providing for everyone. This is a work in progress as we continue to fix bugs and tweak how the final version will look.

First up, this is the default of what you'll see the first time you go to read a story (though with slightly larger font then default):

There are 4 things members can con...

CSR Book Club

February C S R Feature: Harry Potter Fan-Fic By Myr

Posted by in Gay Authors News, February 06, 2017 · 27 views
CSR Book Club, Feature and 2 more...

You might have seen his tech updates here in the site blog, or talked about video games in the Lounge, or just know the name of the all-powerful Myr. But it's been a while since members and readers have gotten a look at the man behind the magic that is GayAuthors. A lot of the content on GA is original, but we have a fanfiction category and part of that i...

Being Gay And Seeking Definition

Posted by in Life is worth an entry, February 04, 2017 · 27 views

This was going to be a review of James Franco's movie I am Michael, a biopic about Michael Glatze, the former gay youth advocate turned Ex-gay poster boy with a wife turned Fundamentalist anti-homosexual christian pastor, and now deeply lost as both his far right allies abandoned him and he abandoned his old LGBT friends. 
I know I am gay, I tried da...

Cold Beauty

Posted by in Foster, January 30, 2017 · 109 views

Cold Beauty Cold beauty
Spins lazy...
Bowing down
To passing passions
The forgotten parade
Of all the years

Reflecting On The Past

Posted by in Myr's Corner, January 30, 2017 · 9 views
dad, life

Today would have been Dad's 69th birthday. Today mark's two years since I last talked to him. In a few weeks, it will mark two years since he died.

I have been in a contemplative mood all day. Withdrawn would be a good word.

A lot has been going on in the last two years. I've spent a LOT of weekends at Mom's, which means a lot of traveling. I've had a...

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