Did you read Forces by Invnarcel this month? A little dark, a little twisted, maybe a journey you weren't quite expecting... just right to get us in the mood for Fall! Enjoy my interview with Invnarcel below, then leave your comments on his story or writing!
Chocolate or Vanilla?
If you had 30 minutes of free time, what would you do?
Meditate and connect with myself. It’s relaxing and great.
What brought you to GA?
A love of reading and posting
Hiya all, if you see me here now, that means it is finally Friday! Whew, we made it through another work week. That is if you don't work on weekends. If that is the case, let me raise a soda to you!
Prompt #9 - Creative Brought to you by @aditus
Someone comes home and finds a black and white photo they never saw before on their coffee table.
Two laughing men wearing birthday hats. The upper left corner of the photo is singed. On the back it reads: Steve and Mike 1954.
Well, that's it for this years voting! The voting was for the top 4 themes to use in the first two themes of the year 2021. The remaining themes have been put through the list randomizer at random.org and will be split up for the potluck for those same themes. Since there were 43 themes left over after the top themes were chosen, one anthology will have 21 themes in the potluck, and the other will have 22 themes. The third and final theme for the year will be a Pre-2021 Anthology Themes and won
It's a month of changes, and this story was written to make you wonder... are things what they seem? Are are the characters who they seem? I guess you'll have to read Invnarcel's story, Forces, to find out!
Description: Phillip Cleckley is a young journalist investigating a murder at Lochdale college. He begins an unfortunate liaison with the prime suspect, the wealthiest family's son Stanley Milton. Both men are different, but together
******* WARNING ******* Do not read if you are offended or triggered by references to suicide.
I know I am dreaming as I lay in this fog. Sounds fade in and out, echoing as I drift away to other places and lands.
I know also time is fleeting and there is very little future ahead of me. This I know to be true. Some truths are self-evident. This is one of those truths. We can deny it, pretend otherwise, wish, rail, scream and beg, but time does not wait. It marches forward and we
I've been renting a bedroom from my son since October, 2011. I pay him a suitable amount for my share of the utilities, upkeep, and miscellaneous expenses. In the beginning, it was good living here way out in the country. It was relatively quiet, if you don't count the yoyos playing with dynamite, target shooting with their AR-15s, the empty coal and crude oil trains taking up slack down at the siding with house shaking BOOMS, and not being able to get out of town because all the tourists and sk
Hello Fellow GAers, or can it be GAyers?
It is funny how some cities' residents names are made. For example I live in Calgary, we are Calgarians. When I lived in Lethbridge for 10 years, I said we were Lethbians . Needless to say my fellow Lethbians didn't find it as humourous. Jeez, its a joke The province next to me, Saskatchewan, their peoples call themselves Saskatchewanites. And then the city of Moose Jaw in that province call themselves Moose Javians. Hi, my name is Steve. First and
I guess this one is more venting frustration then anything. I guess the best way to show how deep this frustration goes, is to fill in some back story. Right out of high school I started working in the food service industry to work my way through college. I was in for the long haul to pursue a doctorate in archeology. I have loved the field as long as I can remember. I still do to this day. While I never did make it to PhD, I did get as far as two masters degrees. But along the way, I fell in lo
Here’s hoping this month’s issue proves as popular as the last one. We are back to one question for several authors but this month’s query is somewhat different from our usual fare. It does, however, dovetail nicely with Myr’s history of Gay Authors so many enjoyed in August. As usual, responses are in alphabetical order and posted as the respondent submitted them without editing.
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We are putting together a Gay Authors Time capsule. This capsule will be opened in 10 years. You hav
Great interview! Invarcel writes psychopathic characters very well. Anyone who likes darker stories should definitely check his out. I love the term 'plot skeleton'. What a perfect way to describe a simple story outline.
Car lots are another favorite hangout for the officious. As a friend once said of a particular car lot, "If you drive through there, you have to stop at the road to clear car salesmen from the wheel wells."
Caregivers are unsung heroes in many of our societies, oft-times cruelly taken for granted, and offered a fraction of the support they deserve.
Fight the black dogs, I know you will, but also look for help through the times when they drag you down.
All the best - young man!!