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      Encourage an Author. Leave a Review!   08/14/2017

      I'd like to thank the handful of members who have really stepped up on writing reviews for authors.  They really appreciate when members take the time to write the review.  Speaking as an author myself, reviews and feedback encourage us to write.  I've heard from several of our authors thanking us for reminding everyone how important this is. Read some of the latest reviews here: https://www.gayauthors.org/discover/74/   You never know when you'll find that next must read story... but those reviews might help guide you in.  And, in turn, your reviews will help guide others.  Everyone benefits.    If you are looking for stories to review, Here's the list of completed stories.  Any story that isn't already showing stars, needs a review.  Give them a try.  Or, go back and review some of your beloved classics.  The authors love hearing from you.   Go through the list and be sure to leave a review! It is really simple. Select a star rating from 1 to 5, with 5 being the best. Write a review that is spoiler free that highlights what you think other people should know about the story.  If you are leaving a critical or low rated review, please make your comments constructive so that the author has an opportunity to improve their writing.  We writers usually appreciate this. I know I do. If you are reading a story review and you like it and found it helpful, be sure to mark it as helpful.    That's it!  Check out the video if you need help.  It is closed captioned as well if you can't follow my mumbling dulcet tones:   Remember, you can see recent reviews here: https://www.gayauthors.org/discover/74/ (also found from Activity -> My Activity Streams -> Latest Story Reviews)

Everyone - Stories

  1. Moorpark Palms Letters 3. Moorpark Palms

    By RichEisbrouch, in Fiction. 08/07/2017 (Updated: 08/22/2017)

    These are the original, annual, New Year's letters that I sent to my friends from 1993 to 2001.  That was from two years after I moved into the building to a year-and-a-half after I left.

     

    As mentioned, the letters were the basis for the book, and they often overlap the same material.  But they cover more time and more characters, and are sometimes funnier because they're more compressed and somewhat more rude.

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    By grahamsealby, in Poetry. 08/19/2017 (Updated: 08/19/2017)

    A poem about the cruelty of society to homosexuals in the nineteen fifties.

  3. Lux's Indulgences

    By Lux Apollo, in Poetry. 10/01/2016 (Updated: 08/19/2017)

    A random collection of thoughts, poems, words, whatever.

  4. Lyrical Laments

    By Headstall, in Non-Fiction. 05/28/2017 (Updated: 08/18/2017)

    A new place to express my thoughts through the power of words. They can be about me, or the world we live in.

  5. Can't Look Away

    By furnishedsoul, in Fiction. 05/08/2017 (Updated: 08/18/2017)

    Zane McDonagh isn't really sure what direction he is going. He broke up with his girlfriend and can't stop thinking about his twin brother's best friend. When will things work out?

  6. Demon of fire and other poems of lust, insanity and devotion 1. Demon of fire and other poems of lust, insanity and devotion

    By Roberto Zuniga, in Poetry. 08/03/2017 (Updated: 08/17/2017)

    Here's a collection of poems dedicated to all those Demons of Fire which pass by and awaken the most uncontrollable feelings in our hearts and souls. These poem collection examplifies the animal instinct born in us when we fall for someone.

  7. Occasional Poetry

    By Parker Owens, in Poetry. 11/02/2015 (Updated: 08/17/2017)

    Fitful, occasional contributions to a poetry collection.

  8. Tuesday Staff Meetings

    By Thirdly, in Fiction. 03/10/2017 (Updated: 08/15/2017)

    On Seth's big day, he runs into a bout of bad luck. Prompt 470, M/M 

  9. Ripped

    By craftingmom, in Fiction. 02/23/2017 (Updated: 08/13/2017)

    Declan was the epitome of strength, the top defensive back, top student in his classes, part of THE top-notch football team. But when he fails a basic challenge in front of his entire team--especially to a tiny thing like Bailey McIntyre--he's furious. So is his team captain. And Declan just can't seem let it go. And it gets worse... because he starts to think about Bailey as more than just the guy who destroyed his reputation.
  10. Poetry Collection

    By Dennis191, in Poetry. 01/06/2017 (Updated: 08/13/2017)

    Some of my poetry

  11. Headstall's Reflections

    By Headstall, in Non-Fiction. 12/07/2015 (Updated: 08/11/2017)

    Reflections of the past, realities of the present, and hopes for the future. These aren't prompts, and anything could wind up here, from poetry to monologues. It's all about words, and the forms they lead us to.
  12. Beards

    By robertlee, in Fiction. 04/17/2017 (Updated: 08/09/2017)

    Meadowbrooks was the kind of town you dreamed of escaping from. Conservative, redneck and anti anything progressive. Bryan had an escape plan though. Follow his parents wishes for one more year and they would pay for his freedom. It was working out well so far. He had friends. He had a job. He was just biding his time but he didn't plan on being the one thing this town hated most: Gay. Could he keep his secret long enough to get out of Meadowbrook? Would his friends still stick by his side if they knew? Would he be able to hide his feelings for Rob? Would things be any different out there in the "real" world?

  13. Guero

    By Drew Espinosa, in Fiction. 07/20/2017 (Updated: 08/07/2017)

    This is a collection of my memories of Guero.

  14. the Season of Leo

    By jamessavik, in Fiction. 06/18/2017 (Updated: 08/07/2017)

    A young man must first find courage to be free.

  15. The Poetry of M

    By MrM, in Poetry. 01/18/2015 (Updated: 08/04/2017)

    Unrelated poems and ramblings of a crazy gay man.
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