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!
Wow, the last Monday of 2019! And what a CSR Discussion to end it on with Hypno-trouble. Did you happen to read this laugh-out-loud horror of hypnosis? Not sure if it's horrifically embarrassing or hilariously endearing at the way the couples are acting in the story. What did you think? Before you comment, of course, enjoy this interview with Palantir first!
Chocolate or Vanilla? - Chocolate is ok but I'll put myself in the vanilla camp.
If you were an animal, what would you be? - If
Overall, I’d have to say 2019 was a pretty good year. Looking back, I’m amazed at everything I accomplished this year. I did a lot of work in my house, clearing out a lot of junk, organizing, and having some renovations take place. I got new windows, a new couch, had my bathroom gutted and completely remodeled (something that needed to be done for 10 years), and finished assembling 14 shelves for my model horse room, then unpacked my collection and finally have it displayed. All of this was d
It appears that the holiday season is starting to wind down. So if you celebrated exchanging gifts, what did you get that made you the most happy? Myself, I got a PS4. Now I'm not an avid gamer at all, but I leaned towards the PS4 as I believe @Myr has an Xbox, and if I got one he would be CONSTANTLY bugging me to play with him in Dora the Explorer, Special Adventures
So what did you actually get? I'm curious
Before I forget, I want to wish everyone, your family and friends all the
CT scan was mostly normal. The tumor marker that had been climbing dropped 10 points. The only thing that doesn’t look good is a small growth in a thyroid nodule. Another medical test. This one doesn’t require fasting or contrast.
SP and I have had several conversations: about our pasts, our fears, our insecurities, our hopes for what this could be.
Had a few small dates so far, and planning on something larger for New Years. I'm cautiously optimistic and I think he is too. We seem to be on the same page with things - where we are now, what we want going forward.
To possibilities, hope, and the future. 🍾
Did you miss any of the anthologies as they went live? If so, that's okay, this is your chance to get a complete listing of all the stories included in the two themes. Just a reminder that next week will be the return of the weekly prompts from @comicfan. Since this will be my last post of the year, I wanted to give him a huge thank you for providing the prompts every week! Aliso, I wanted to take this opportunity to thank the Proof team for all their hard work in helping to get the anthologies
Cake was a hit, but....
Morning before I left my brother called to say dad had fallen (again) and this time shattered his leg just below the hip. They did a partial hip replacement yesterday morning, using a spinal block instead of putting him out completely. Doc said his leg / hip bones looked like someone who was 48, not 98 so that was good. He was doing ok this morning.
Came back home to find a car from the AirBnB across the street parked in my driveway. They moved it pretty quic
In dulci jubilo (“In sweet rejoicing")
Over 600 years ago, one of the most famous carols was composed (the composer is unknown)
The earliest known manuscript, Codex 1305, dates the music from c 1400 and is held in Leipzig University Library.
Various arrangements have been made over the centuries and this especially beautiful version is by Bach.
This is a recording by the exceptional English organist, Peter Hurford (who died this year), as part of Decca
There are so many different holiday's, depending on what you are celebrating. For me, it's Christmas, so I want to wish all of you a very very Merry Christmas. Since I'm not completely versed in all the other holidays, I want to also wish everyone who celebrates a Happy Holiday!
Well, it's that time again. There were a lot of great guesses as to who was the featured author this month. Curious if you were one of them? Well, let's see... This month's author was:
Did you get
I thought I knew what love is.
I thought I knew when I met tim. I thought I knew when he agreed to marry me.
But walking behind him down the street, watching his such-long legs supporting his perfect ass and his black leather jacket sitting just at his sweetly slim hips, made me feel it deeply. This brilliant, sexy, funny, and deeply compassionate man was mine. Then he turned and he smiled at me. It was such a smile, it lit my soul with the brilliance of a thousand suns. I wondered
Wow, it's hard to believe that this is the last review of the year. I want to take this opportunity to thank my wonderful review team for all the work you do in providing me with these reviews for the blog. The reviews this year came from @Timothy M. @Puppilull @Cole Matthews @spikey582 @Parker Owens @aditus and @mollyhousemouse. Thank you to each and every one of you, I appreciate what you've done more than I could ever say. I also want to take this moment to remind everyone that, while we have
It looks like this will be the last weekly update before Christmas 🎅. So what constitutes a white Christmas you ask? In Canada it is 2 cm (.79 inch) of snow on the ground at 7 AM on Christmas Day, the US is 2.5 cm (1 inch) and the UK it is one snowflake observed falling anywhere in the UK . Obviously there is parts of the world that won't see or ever see a white Christmas, mainly most areas of the Southern Hemisphere. I'm also thinking about our friends in Australia that are fighting sever fires
As we head into Gay Authors' seventeenth holiday season, and the end of the decade, I wanted to take a few minutes to reflect on our community in this past year.
With that in mind, first and foremost, I want to thank all of you for making Gay Authors what it is. We wouldn't be here without our authors writing stories, our readers reading those stories, and everyone talking together about those stories. That is the root of our community, and that focus is what we should keep in mind as we
I hate watching people tear down others for simply living their lives. You'd think that within the LGBTQ community we'd have figured out how hurtful and damaging it is to do this to one another, but we've still such a long way to go. Some of it is so very subtle.
People who are pushed to the fringes of an already marginalized community have it the worst. They get used to little jabs, "good-natured" fun at their expense. Usually these come from the people who they depend on to understand the
Well, this is a little bit delayed today, but it's time for the final stories in the 2019 Fall Anthology. I've gotta hurry as I have a little one that thinks he needs to help! So, here's the final stories!
Semi Charmed Life
*Part 4 of 4*
Did you catch Monday's blog where I featured this month's story by a site Classic Author? Keeping in the mood for family and drama, I couldn't pass up the story Apple of Her Eye by Ronyx. Did you check it out? Have you read it before? What did you think?
This month's excerpt was chosen because I can't help but know just how realistic it is (being the mother of teenagers). The drama and angst, the total horror of a moment that can't be taken back, the feelings of ups and downs... those are
I recently went to the doctor. Had some routine blood tests done that I've not had in a long time.
My vitamin D levels were low, while cholesterol and a test called CRP (c-reactive protein, a test that shows inflammation) were very high. Even though I work out hard, I'm predisposed to high cholesterol and heart disease.
I have three months to knock my numbers down. If I can't do it on my own, then I go on meds for the rest of my life. I've always said that I won't do medication when ha
This is it, the final Classic Author feature of 2019. I've picked another story that tugs at the heartstrings for this month, one by a currently posting Classic author, Ronyx. A coming out story, one where the choice isn't always made but taken, and the consequences that one teen faces at home is something many of us can relate to--especially at this time of year. Read on to find out just how it turns out!
Description: Gary gets outed at school by his best friend
So shall we start with a weather update Today was the first day this week where it didn't snow. And it was cold 🥶 I'm thinking my Australian and Southern Hemisphere friends need to have a visitor Anyone has a couch I can borrow for a month or two?
Shall we look at the Weekly Renee Wrap Up this week. Someone was busy
Monday, Renee brought us a Featured Story from @mollyhousemouse on a story by @Mikiesboy
Wednesday, who wants to have some fun with Author Guess Who?
Attended the memorial for the wife of a faculty member today. They had planned on retiring this year (for the second time), take a position back with his Alma Mater that involved less work (his idea of retirement), and enjoying their time together. She was a sweet, kind, lovely woman -- but don't mistake that for weak. Not sure exactly how long they've been married, but longer than I've been alive.
Between that and the weather changes making me ache, I've been mostly awake since 3am.
Who's ready for some more stories? It's time for the next set of anthology stories to go live. I know there hasn't been a lot of stories each grouping, but we had a lower than expected number of stories, so only a couple new ones are added each week. We have two more stories to post next week. If you haven't seen your story yet, you can PM me to make sure it's one of the two. Happy reading!!!
An Abomination's Love
Semi Charmed Life
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.