If any one of you...male or female...says that you haven't done it before...
...I'm calling BULLSHIT!!! LOL!!!
Don't you DARE tell me that you haven't seen a gorgeous boy or girl on screen, and got all excited over what it might be like to have them be...you know...'yours'.
And there's nothing wrong with that. It's ok. Hollywood picked that actor to make sure that your naughty parts keep tingling whenever you see them on screen. It's perfectly normal. Consider it a guilty pleasure
In a little over a month I'm going to start at a new school. I'm finally leaving the comfort of a small school to a more competitive and fast paced environment. I'm a little afraid. In the past I found that I do my best work under pressure. I seem to be inspired by competition. Sometimes you see that person that totally inspires you to do something better than what they have done. Then there is that one person that makes you feel inferior and you just want to sit at their feet and learn everythi
So I just finished watching the television show 30 days. It's produced by Morgan Spurlock the man behind the documentary Supersize Me. The episode I watched had a homophobic soldier from Michigan move in with a gay man in San Francisco. The Soldier ultimately learned alot, but what had me interested is the fact that when the man came back home he seemed to fall back into his homophobic ways.I come from a very homophobic culture. I was led to believe that anything homosexual was wrong. I grew up
I'm planning to use this blog to discuss what I'm reading - both online and in print - so rather than launch with a whole "blah, blah, my goals and objectives, blah" post, I figure I'll start right in talking about the stories. Today, I read the conclusion of Carter's Recourse: William Carter VI by Christopher Patrick Lydon. If you don't want to be spoiled on the ending, stop reading now!Ok, before I get into the Carter saga, one caveat is in order: I am a tough critic. This is something that a
Well my three years of college have finally paid off. I've been hired on as a web administrator for a local company. It's contract work but the pay is good. Plus it's good, solid, "real-life" work experience that I can put on my resume.Now i just need to pass my MCSD exams and I'm as good as set.
Wow, thank you, Renee. I am honoured. This short story had been sitting around for years, so I was grateful to have the reason to dust it off, and delighted that it sat in a group of such excellent stories by GA authors. The anthology feature is a great way for writers to put up their stories. If you have something you want to showcase, then this is the perfect platform.