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
Whew, a long month and a long story! At least they went together, right? I hope you enjoyed the Electricity (and welcomed back football!) this month. Now how about my interview with MozLover21? My questions weren't so easy, so make sure you read the thoughtful answers before you comment with your thoughts on the story below!
What’s something personal about you people might be surprised to know?
I love horror movies. They’re my guilty pleasure. But somehow my fondness for this genre alw
What am I so happy about? I'm not really sure . Could it be because Sunday is/was international Bacon Day? I think that might be it Sadly by they time most of you read this the day will be past, but as I like to say, never to late to catch up
I apologize to all the people who don't eat bacon I will just enjoy your share for you!
Now that most of you are smelling, tasting, craving bacon, I shall leave this behind and move onto the Weekly Wrap Up!
Hello Hello!!!! So, I guess I should probably announce the fall anthology and it's themes. I posted previously about some of the changes for future anthologies. Some of those changes will be implemented with the fall anthology, but the majority won't happen until the 2021 anthologies. If you want a refresher on what is changing, you can check out the previous blog entry.
Now, out of those changes, these are the ones that will be implemented for the 2020 Fall Anthology (though I made a cou
Well, it's time to see who our mystery author was for this month. Do you think you got it right? Well, let's take a look shall we? This month's mystery author was.....
Did you get it right? Check out these stories from northie!
It is Monday in most of the world, and what better way to start off the week of blogs than with another great one from the Review Team, this one from Timothy M.
Reviewer: Timothy M.
Word Count: 52,005
Some authors on GA create their own settings, either by mixing magic into our universe or by creating separate worlds. David McLeod does both, although most of his fantasy genre stories takes place in another universe which occasio
Good Morning, Afternoon, Evening or Night to you.
First and foremost, thank you to Renee for jumping in to do the wrap up last week. At around 3 pm my time, i got a call and had to head out of town. I left a message for Renee and she came to my rescue. Not sure if I could even try to do a wrap up on my iPhone or iPad
So lets have a check in from everyone reading this blog. What time is it locally for you when you are looking at this? I know people are reading around the world and it w
Okay all, it's time for the final round of voting for the top themes for 2021! All members are welcome to vote, you just have to join the Writer's Circle club. Voting will end on September 3rd. Also, don't forget to vote in both polls linked below. I have withheld my vote, so that in the case of a tie, I can cast my vote to break the tie.
NOTE: All members can vote, but you HAVE to be a member of the Writer's Circle club for access to the polls!!! You can join using the link below:
Did you catch Monday's blog feature? This month's Classic Author feature is Cameron by Vlista20, and it's a real drama piece. What do you do when life has kicked you down, and kept you down? You have fun! Or pretend you're having fun until you really do. Right?
What does Cameron do?
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I need all y'all's help! There's only room for two more themes in the 2nd round of voting. Unfortunately, the next set of highest of number of votes, has 3. I can only use two of them. Please answer this poll question. You can only pick 1 this time, and whichever two get the highest number of votes will make it into Round 2 of voting.
I have not voted as of yet and will only do so in the case of another tie.
Nothing like an old fool
yes that is me i was played like one. i did a small holiday cheer sending cards to teens / young adults that had been disowned by there family at Christmas time. At the time it was a good thing. one of the guys reached out and we got to talking. he was a female to male trans gender and had no one to talk to. so we treated each other a mentor / father / son. we talked daily and became friends. things were fine and then i got played. i have made a rule that i w
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!!