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    CSR Discussion Day: Forces by Invnarcel

    By Cia

    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? Chocolate. 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
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Ask an Author 2.0 #34

Ask an Author 2.0 #34

We’re changing things up this month. Instead of one question being asked of several individuals, we’re back to one author one query. One being the operative word. @Myr was kind enough to provide a detailed response, so I’m featuring it by itself. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did. ҉҉҉ Why did you decide to start Gay Authors and how did you go about it? Also, how has it lived up to your expectations and how has it diverged from your original intent? ҉҉҉ Why did I decide to st
August CSR Feature: Electricity by MozLover21

August CSR Feature: Electricity by MozLover21

Welcome to August. Wow, I can't believe we've already made it here. Summer in the northern hemisphere is in full bore, but we can see the end in sight. Change is in the air, and what better way celebrate that than with a tale about personal change? And sports! Football!! Yes it's American football, people, but this is the month for it. Plus, don't forget to congratulate MozLover21 on being a member of GA for a year on August 16th!! Electricity by @MozLover21   Length: 74,284

Cia

Cia

 

Parenting 101

I'm not sure if i look at things differently because I've never raised my own kids. I've spent a lot of time raising other peoples kids. I signed off on my son when he was three years old. With all that considered, I don't think i count as anything close to a parenting expert. However I can't help but wonder what has happened to parenting these days. I've seen quite a few atrocities and sat there and wondered how a parent could get to that level. Let me give you a few examples of what I've seen
 

Weekly Wrap Up (Jul 26 - Aug 01)

Yep, that's right, you're stuck with me again. I think @wildone will be back next week, at least last I knew.  I slacked a bit for a Wednesday post, but we still had a couple new blog posts. Also, the theme suggestion thread is closed, and voting will start just as soon as I figure out how I'm doing the voting for this year. As all themes will have the potential to be used, things are probably going to be switched up a bit. So keep an eye out on the blogs for info regarding the voting for next y
Guest Prompts #5 & #6

Guest Prompts #5 & #6

Happy Friday, y'all. Don't know how you all plan to spend your weekend, but if you plan on writing, maybe today's prompts can be a source of inspiration. Let's take a look at who gave us a couple of guest prompts for this week.   Prompt 5 - Creative    Brought to you by @Carlos Hazday Love in the Time of a Pandemic Relationships are hard and outside influences often make them even more difficult. Tell us about how a relationship flourishes or falters when the characters are f
 

Stories...health...baby J...

Hello, hello!!! I hope that everyone is doing well and staying healthy!  This crap going around is definitely a scary thing and we are doing our utmost best to make sure that it doesn't find its way into our home. So far, Hubby, me, and Baby J have managed to not get it. I'm writing again, at least a little bit. I haven't managed to write much, but something is better than nothing. It's probably going to be slow going, as school starts back up in just a few short weeks. When I do find
 

update and magic

So it has been decided by my friends, they request two blogs a week. They also decided for me, well my husband decided, that Wednesday would be fans choice. What little "fans" i have decided that today's topic is "magic". Any of the readers that are not monotheistic know that this is one hell of a doozy, and that fitting that into a simple little blog is pretty much impossible. To accommodate the relatively condensed setting of a blog I decided to focus on my monotheistic readers. I guess the be
July CSR Discussion Day: I Do Like to be Beside the Seaside by Ivor Slipper

July CSR Discussion Day: I Do Like to be Beside the Seaside by Ivor Slipper

Well, did we make it through another month and another story for the CSR? How did you like I Do Like to be Beside the Seaside by Ivor Slipper? Don't forget to share your comments below, but first, I gave a detailed interview that you just can't miss Ivor's replies to!  Do you eat your fruits and vegetables? I'll eat most of the traditional vegetables, but I don't eat much fruit other than the summer strawberries, raspberries and apricots. What do you like to do when you’re not wri

Cia

Cia

 

Weekly Wrap Up (Jul 19 - Jul 25)

Well, it's been a while since I've done one of these, but @wildone is taking a much deserved vacation, so guess that means you're stuck with me for the time being. I don't really have anything fun and exciting to report, except to say that I'm already over this heat! Let's see what we had going on this week! Monday & Wednesday, Cia joined us in the blog for the monthly editions of the Classic Author Feature: Thursday, we had a refeature of last week's anthology theme selection pos
 

My opinion on why covid is destroying america

I know everyone is tired of hearing about covid-19. I'm not here to talk about how dangerous it is, or voice my opinion one way or the other on masks. I'm here as a front line worker venting my opinion on how capitalism and this virus are a mix for destroying my country. In all honesty I should probably have titled this entry more accurately, but I want your attention. But let's get to my point. I realize that some of you reading this don't understand and can't fathom a job outside 9-5, weekends
 

ONLINE: Be safe, be private

On GA we have a great and friendly community.  I've enjoyed my time here. I have met some wonderful people. I accept these people for who they are here, online.  I use my real first name, Michael or Mike.  I do not share my real surname here or on my email address. I believe in privacy.  People can accept that or not.  The majority I have met, do. The internet is a tool. It has much to offer and much to answer for.  We need to be careful online and respectful of others. Much
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