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    Weekly Wrap Up (Jul. 5 - Jul. 11)

    By wildone

    Well I never  😮  Usually I try to work a word of the day into the Weekly Wrap Up of late. Generally I try to look in everyday to check out the word of the day and see how I can use it in the wrap up. This week has been a hectic week and I have not been diligent in reading them everyday. So we find ourselves on a Saturday night and I check to see what word I can use, and I find this entry! I think this is the second time I have been used in an example of usage of the word, but wonderin
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May Classic Author Feature: All I Wanted by Viv

May Classic Author Feature: All I Wanted by Viv

May is a month of seasonal changes. Here in the northern hemisphere, the flowers and blooming and love is in the air.  Time for a romance? Or maybe I can tempt you away to a darker pursuits with this Halloween short story, All I Wanted by @viv from the 2006 Fall Anthology. I know someone was certainly tempting someone in the tale.... Length: 9,732 Description: Okay so I can admit it, I’m a freak. It’s official, and I say that only because it’s true. Sitting here, waiting for the

Cia

Cia

Finding Gratefulness

Finding Gratefulness

i have a "Grateful Jar" and it's been a little lonely lately. i'm finding being grateful is a little harder these days, with so much “taken away.”  i thought about that tonight while i re-read some blogs, poems and stories here. Looking back at what people have written, stories about hardship, blogs about overcoming obstacles. i heard the kids hanging out together while Phil and i were on the couch. It was a combination that had me thinking about what i have, what makes me happy. i am
 

The Dark Beginning of the Sojourney

It's been years since the last time I wrote a story (I've written poems in between, however).  There was this story fragment that started off with the main character trying to jump off Golden Gate Bridge, but it was never finished.  It was very emotionally taxing to say the least, and the amount of research done on suicide eventually lead me to give up.  My life experience just wasn't there, and my own emotional state wasn't the best either to carry on such stake. The story idea has been re

Ashi

Ashi

Weekly Wrap Up (May 10 - May 16)

Weekly Wrap Up (May 10 - May 16)

Sorry Myr, I'm going to takeover the word of the day and give a new one for the overnight period of Saturday into Sunday morning. Now it isn't glamourous and I"m sure that many of you have used it a lot in the last while. Bored. Yep, plain old bored. It is a long weekend here in the Great White North, as I'm sure it is in most of the Commonwealth as we celebrate Queen Victoria's Birthday. What that means is a Monday off for a 3 day weekend for some, even longer if you haven't bee

wildone

wildone

 

Incubi

So I don't know how much occult stuff would be frowned upon to talk about 💀 But part of the reason I made this blog was to talk about Allan as well as writing and other stuff 😈 So when I have sex with my incubus lately he will wait for me to start imagining a scenario before engaging.  Then I feel impressions on my body, for me it's an almost soreness between my legs as if he's slamming me.  And several times when I'm about to climax he'll stop me, and I'll even feel my cum get pushed

Invnarcel

Invnarcel

Prompt 842 and Prompt 843

Prompt 842 and Prompt 843

Well, we are half way through May. The world is coming out of lockdown and praying for no second wave. To help you to focus on something besides Covid 19 here are the prompts. Prompt 842 - Creative Tag - First Line "Pardon me, but damn it got cold in here." Prompt 843 Tag - List of Words Use the following words in a story - a bloody shirt, a broken door, a school bag, a new book, and a calico cat. Enjoy your week. Remember to read, write, comment, and like. Sta

comicfan

comicfan

 

Lessons learned

So this week I discovered that I may have jumped into the deep end of the pool without my water wings, now I'm learning quickly to swim without them. I'm sure as Hell not gonna sink! I decided to jump into writing a story with a strong BDSM theme. Five chapters in I've discovered that I need to rewire my brain and how it can relate to the material.  I did do a lot of research, and not on porn sites! I have since learned that I still have a lot to learn, which is ok by me. Part of

kbois

kbois

 

Q&A Blog Feature

As per Renee Stevens' pinned post in the Lounge, this is a good way to start off a blog 😋 Authors: Have you experienced writer's block? If so, what helped you get past it? Yes. Unfortunately I believe the best way is to force yourself to write. First write out the dot point list of what your chapter will contain, and then sentence-by-agonizing-sentence grind that baby out of you like your bones in a meat-grinder.  It hurts and it's supposed to. Even though its a strain, in my expe

Invnarcel

Invnarcel

Anthology Submission Deadline Extended!

Anthology Submission Deadline Extended!

Struggling to write an anthology? Need just a few more days? You're in luck!!!! Unfortunately, Valkyrie, the head of our proof team, is currently having computer issues, which she hopes will be resolved very soon. Due to this, I have made the decision to extend the deadline for the anthology until May 28, 2020. Stories will still start to release as planned, but this means you still have a chance to submit for the anthology, even if you couldn't finish in time for the original deadline (Fri
 

Lost Season One: Pilot Episode

So earlier this year, I started a show called Watchmen on HBO. I was actually a huge fan of the movie when it came out in 2009, and was really excited to see what HBO was going to do with that property. And I was really excited to find out that it wasn’t going to be a remake of the movie but more of a continuation of that story in the same universe. From the opening scenes I was hooked and after I watched the last episode, I wanted to find out who created it. And that’s when I was introduc
Featured Story: Tales From the Sauna

Featured Story: Tales From the Sauna

There may be a pandemic going on out in the vast world as we know it, but the Review Team is working hard behind the scenes, reviewing, writing and featuring stories for us all to read! This week is a feature of Tales From the Sauna by @Thorn Wilde done up by Puppilull  Tales From the Sauna Thorn Wilde Reviewer: Puppilull Status: Complete Word Count: 12,045 Now when many of us are feeling a bit isolated and perhaps in need of some warmth, I can recommend just the stories for

wildone

wildone

Weekly Wrap Up (May 3 - May 9)

Weekly Wrap Up (May 3 - May 9)

So lets have some fun  Over in the Games and Humour section, there is a topic called Last Post Wins! Recently two or three participants tried to find earworm songs to drive the others crazy  You know what I mean! The type of songs that you hear and then can't get out of your mind! No matter how hard you try! Well how about everyone share an earworm song to keep us going through Sunday to leave us all stark crazy. Post a Youtube link in your response  Have some fun   Some of the ones wi

wildone

wildone

Prompt 840 and Prompt 841

Prompt 840 and Prompt 841

Another week has come and gone. Mother nature is confused, giving blistering heat and snow to opposite coasts. I won't even mention the other strange happenings. This year is moving on like a fevered Stephen King nightmare. To get your focus to something new, I proudly present your prompts. Prompt 840 - Creative Tag - List of words Use the following in a story - a lunar eclipse, a flat tire. a statue of Zeus,  a bonfire, and a puppy. Prompt 841 - Creative Tag - Anubis
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