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 Brayon!
Well I'm in a good mood I just finished watching a hockey game that came out the right way I don't know about you, but do you come to GA for a mood change? What am I talking about? Well this week has had me thinking about a lot of things, Australia burning, Eastern North America in tornadoes, rain and freezing rain. The Royal family in turmoil (okay, so I like the Royal Family, shoot me ). A passenger plane accidentally being shot down in Iran and 100's of lives lost. With that all going on,
Well, we made it to another Friday. Hope your week was good and you are ready for some new prompts.
Prompt 806 - Creative
Tag - Heartbreak
You were together for years and had finally decided they were the one for you. You bought the ring, made the dinner reservation, and thought you were ready for your future. Instead you went home early to an empty apartment, he'd moved out and left a "Dear John" letter. What happened?
Prompt 807 - Creative
Tag - List of Words
In our last blog post here in news, we looked back at 2019.
This week will look forward to 2020. The year has already started off with plenty of drama out in the real world and it promises to be an even crazier roller coaster for the rest of year. Let's make Gay Authors a bastion of peace where we can all relax, shall we? Read, Write, Enjoy!
The four themes have been selected. Get a good start and try to have an entry for all of them this year. I know I'm going
Waiting Outside The Lines - Greyson Chance (Main Theme)
Welcome To Hollywood - Mitchel Musso (Evan Gone Hollywood!)
Beautiful People - Ed Sheeran (Celebrity Overload)
Rabbit In The Headlights - Michael Oakley (Evan, struck dead in his tracks!)
Starstruck - Christopher Wilde (To Chance Upon Chandler Riggs)
Underwater - Cody Simpson (Evan Drowning)
Blue Jeans - Lana Del Rey (Chandler Riggs, In The Flesh)
Crush - David Archuleta (F
Well, it's that time again! Who's ready to see if they can guess this month's author? I love seeing all the guesses and can't wait to see if you can figure this one out!!! Happy Guessing!
What is one thing that most GA members might not know about you?
I have a growing interest in photography
What prompted you to write your first story?
I was inspired by something I read and I wanted to see if I could write something as well or better.
What genre of books do you
Franz Schubert (1797 - 1828)
A prolific Austrian composer, especially for the piano, Schubert wasn’t very well known or regarded as a composer during his short life.
Much of his work was unpublished including this now famous “impromptu”, written the year before he died, which was only finally published some 30 years later.
In fact Schubert wrote two sets of four impromptus for piano and this is the third in the first set, played by Alfred Brendel. The melody is hauntingly beautif
Welcome to 2020! Well, no one wanted to revolutionize the CSR posts, and the author interviews still seem to be popular with blog readers enough to get at least a few comments each month, so I'll keep this going on to Year 8 of monthly suggested reads by yours truly! One of the best parts of this blog is I get to feature new and experienced authors and stories of all different types and styles; the only criteria for the CSR is that the story is 1) complete and 2) between 10,000 to 75,000 ish wor
Well Carlos said it first. Wayne said it second. So I'm going to say it as well Happy New Year to each and everyone of you from all the staff here at GA!!! We look forward to the upcoming year to see where our little corner of the internet will grow and expand with everyone here along for the ride! I think one of the main New Year's resolution this year was not to make any resolutions at all. And that is the best idea I've heard in years
Cia wandered in on Monday in her flowing cloaks, ca
Happy New Year to one and all. It is Friday so be ready to write, cause it is time for some new ideas to get you going.
Prompt 804 - Creative
Tag - First Line
"The hell am I wasting my first kiss of the year on you!"
Prompt 805 - Creative
Tag - New Year
You weren't feeling well last night so you went to bed early. The last thing you remember was wishing that everything would be better when you woke. As you open your eyes you notice the room is different. You go to g
2019, was really not a good year. There was a lot of pain, some backsliding. i’m not sure that the joys balanced it out. Will going over what happened help it make sense? Probably not. So instead of looking back, i thought i’d look forward.
2020, a new decade. Well, unless you’re my co-worker who insists that the new decade won’t start until Jan 2021, but i digress. While i’m not one to make “New Year’s Resolutions,” i’ve gotten a head start at a better year.
Phil and i are making mor
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
My apologies for shouting to anyone recovering. Can you believe it’s already 2020? Weren’t we all recently concerned about Y2K trashing our computers? Wasn’t I trashed myself after a night of half-naked dancing at a Millenium party?
I’m getting old; my memory plays tricks all the time. But one thing I remembered clearly was that Ask an Author would be the first blog entry this year. Thankfully, I had this ready early enough I didn’t have to cancel last night’s celebra
Happy New Year
Make New Year's goals. Dig within, and discover what you would like to have happen in your life this year. This helps you do your part. It is an affirmation that you're interested in fully living life in the year to come.
Goals give us direction. They put a powerful force into play on a universal, conscious, and subconscious level. Goals give our life direction.
What would you like to have happen in your life this year? What would you like to do, to accomplish? Wh
I think the issue I really have with hands-free orgasms stems from all the romance novels I read when I was a teen. It was really common for the heroine to be unable to experience a non-clitoral orgasm (or to experience an orgasm period) until Mr. Right makes love to her, ya know, cause how else are you gonna know he's Mr. Right? The case could be made that this promotes an unrealistic expectation about sex within a romantic relationship. I started seeing parallels with hands-free orgasms in ga
Like so much else I've written before, this has morphed into something different. The premise is something I still like, but the plot I envision is very different. I've been toying with this off and on for years now, and when I thought I had it right, I sent it to a beta reader who basically said, um no. You need to rework this with someone else as the main love interest. SO it's back to the to be written folder and we'll see where it goes.
Thanks for the comment and for reading.
I mean, hands-free orgasm is a real thing, but it has less to do with your lover's skill than with, well, physiology. Some can, some can't.
Either way, I do think this version was an improvement. You're doing a great job reworking this.