Welcome to June! It's a nice, long.......... month. Yay? Well, no matter what your circumstances, there's a great way to keep yourself occupied! Read Caz Pedroso's novel Here Kitty, Kitty. A paranormal tale that started off of one of my games (you're welcome, lol) she took is so far beyond that prompt and made an awesome tale for readers to enjoy. So... enjoy!
Here Kitty, Kitty
by @Caz Pedroso
Description: This started as a story for the Grid Game and h
Okay, so I usually do an intro, but seriously? Do you care about what I have to say? No.... really? I'm hurt! 😢 Bah! Fine, I'll just post this awesome interview where Rob gives some AMAZING news that has me rubbing my hands and will make all of you clamor with your comments about the story and his news below. What, you want to know what it is? Really? Should I share? Shhhhould I? 😛
If you were an animal, what would you be?
That’s a tough one, but I think the easy answer would be bear,
Did you catch Monday's blog featuring this month's Classic Author? Viv wrote a story of Halloween treats and troubles for teens that just can't be beat. Have you read it? Monday's reader comment was someone who enjoyed this story as a teen, who found it as their first and one of their favorite stories on the site. What do you think?
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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....
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
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
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
Okay, so I admit it... this month's feature is all about a comfort read for me! I recently re-read Rob's Degan Chronicles stories, cause... awesome. Yes. I've loved Rob's work since I found him way back when on another site, and I cheered when he came to GA. His fans are legion, of course, so I know a lot of GA persons have read this story as well. If not... well, maybe many of us have some time on our hands while the whole world tries to stay healthy? What better way than reading?
Well, it's come already. Can't believe it! How has spring come had flown so fast? We're already approaching May, but not before we chat about this month's featured short series, Clockwise, by Aditus. Did you read the series? Do you have a favorite story out of the four? I wonder if it matches his favorite? Read on to find out!!
Do you eat your fruits and vegetables?
I’m vegetarian, so, yes I eat lots of fruits and vegetables.
Chocolate or Vanilla?
What’s vanilla without chocolate?
Did you catch Monday's blog post featuring a fanfiction story? Yes, we do have fanfiction on GA, and the Harry Potter world is always a big favorite! Did you download the graphic, read the review by a reader? Or are you just popping in to see what excerpt I chose to tempt you into clicking?
Well I shall not keep you in suspense any longer!
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Well, no foolin' April is half over! Serious! We are rolling right along into a new season, the year is a third over already, and there's no time like the present to take some time for yourself to enjoy a story. How about a fanfiction of Harry Potter? The wizarding world is always a fun vacation stop!
Description: Harry Potter's sixth year started with Draco attacking him in revenge for his father's capture at the Ministry of Magic
A Reader sai
Well, usually it would be a single story review for our feature today. But, we thought it might be nice to turn the focus onto our fearless leader. With that in mind, we visited Myr's stories and picked some of the various comments from readers to highlight the many stories that Myr has on site. Myr specializes in short stories in the fantasy and sci-fi genres. He generally leaves his readers begging for more, probably because most of his spare time is spent on improving GA and dealing with tech
It's Signature author feature time! This month we're taking a look at @Headstall! I'll share a few stories by Headstall, but feel free to share your favorite Headstall story in the comments. I'll only be sharing completed stories, so if it's a story that you've read, take a minute and go leave a review!
A proud father of four, Headstall's personal journey has been a series of twists and turns, and his stories often reflect his experiences.
He is an unapologetic romantic who writes f
April Fools is over so you know this month's feature is no joke... I'm happy to announce you get to read a 4 part series by Aditus, Clockwise! Sweet, sexy, just that bit of spring romance that's starting to float in the air...
Length: 12,370 over 4 stories
Description: We witness important events that happen to a certain time in Romeo's and Julian's life as we move on clockwise. * A/N: This series features Romeo, a side-character of 'Red Running Shoe
March came in like a lion, and it's still roaring down on us. The world is in an uproar, and if you're not affected by the current happenings, well... you're one of a very rare, lucky few. But the joy of GA is that you can escape into many different worlds through the stories if you just need to get away. How about this one? Did you read Elixir by @Comicality this month? You can share your thoughts below, but first, enjoy this interview with him!
If you were an animal, what would you be?
Hello out there!!!! It seems like it's been a while since I've posted anything in the blog. With everything going on in the world, let's focus on something else. Like the fact that it's time to take a look at another story that you might have missed. I hope you enjoy Parker's review of Between a Rock and a Hard Place by @Dodger. Have a great week and stay healthy and safe!
Between a Rock and a Hard Place
Reviewer: Parker Owens
Did you catch Monday's blog featuring No Fairytale World by Tiff? Have you read the story yet? It is just waiting for you to have a few hours to a few days if you haven't!
This story has so many interpersonal ups and downs, highs and lows, and drags a reader in. I wanted to get to know more about the characters; from the beginning I ached for the main character. He was going through so many trials, but he was doing his best. Of course, life just keeps throwing wrenches at him. This section
Are you in lock-step, trooping right through March with me? I can't believe how fast this month has gone! Well, lucky lucky you, today is the Classic Author feature, and you get to see another oldie but goodie, No FairyTale World by @Tiff.
Description: False hopes, crushed dreams, and an unknown future--life really isn't a fairy tale.
Andy can't hide his true feelings anymore. The only way out of his misery is to face the consequences. His life tak
Time to look at another Signature author! This month we're taking a look at @Comicality (or Comsie as he is also known). Comsie has been with the site from the start. I'll be sharing a few of Comsie's stories here, but would love to hear what your favorite story is from Comsie. Also, all stories listed are marked as complete, so if it's a story that you've already read, why not take a few minutes and go leave a review on the story main page!
omicality's Shack Out Back The Shack Out B
Shall we see what caught the Review Team's eye this month?
Reviewer: Timothy M.
Word Count: 5,619
Sasha Distan's American Songbook series takes place in rural USA, featuring cowboys, farm hands, rodeo enthusiasts and al the other kinds of people who populate the countryside and the small towns. There are two longer stories, which were very popular with readers, but the rest of the series are short stories showing a small slice of ru
How's 2020 treating you so far? Hopefully a little better than the ups and downs faced by the characters in the story featured in this month's CSR blog... Elixir by Comicality. We all know teens have strong emotions, but this strong...?
Description: Young Danny has suddenly found himself having strange and powerful feelings for another boy for the very first time. He's never experienced any homoerotic feelings before...but one day, out of t
Did you catch this month's CSR featured story, Self-Portraits, by Richie Tennyson? Have you read the story? It's a quick read, for all that it is more than forty thousand words. Make sure you share your thoughts about the story or Richie's other stories. But first, as always, enjoy my interview with him!
Are you a person who makes their bed in the morning, or do you not see much point?
I do the most half-hearted feeble bed-making. I don’t see much point but I know I should at l
Did you catch Monday's blog featuring @Andrew Q Gordon short story, Archangel? This is an older anthology feature from the theme "Walk on the Wild Side". What does that have to do with angels? Hmm....
Well, I picked this excerpt because it doesn't show that, but I really wanted to feature some of the smooth flow of Andrew's work and how well he could craft characters and stories that suck in readers from the beginning. He has many popular stories featuring characters who are evolving into t
February is a month people tend to focus on that cute little angel with the diaper and wings, the bow and arrows... but Archangel is not about Cupid, oh no no no. What kind of angels? Well...
Description: Everyone thinks Nick is the 'nicest guy they know.' But is he really as 'angelic' as they think?
This submission is dedicated to Cia - who challenged me to write something for this Anthology. Hopefully it is worthy of she whom it is dedicated to.
It's time to take a look at another Signature author! This month, we're taking a look at @Parker Owens. I'll share a few of their stories, but would love to hear what your favorite story is from Parker! I'll only be sharing complete stories, so if it's a story that you've read, why not go and leave a review on the stories main page!
Parker Owens writes poetry about the natural world mathematics, and heartache. His stories speak of loneliness, longing and love.
Follow him on the bac
Sorry all, I'm running a little behind today, so let's just get right to the review!
Word Count: 34,936
I’m sure many of you know and love Albert Nothlit for his science fiction adventure stories, that bring strange worlds and even stranger creatures alive. I’ve read them and have been on the edge of my seat to find out what will happen to the main characters. You see with Albert, you never really know. Stories can t
Happy February! Do you have some time for Cupid this month? Feeling the love? Or just living through the end of the season and hoping for the change in weather wherever you are? Or maybe you're still focused on those New Year resolutions and working on you... No matter what February means for you, the first Monday of the month means a new CSR feature for readers to enjoy! And this one is another newer story I hope you will enjoy!
by @Richie Tennyson