I was just about to head to bed and rest my weary head, when I said to myself, "Self, you have to do the weekly Wrap Up!" So here it is .
Also, still looking for some more completed story suggestions to feature
Monday, Cia had our CSR Discussion Day from February's CSR story:
Then on Wednesday, Renee brought us another great addition of Improve & Encourage:
On Friday, we had some prompts, but I guess I was asleep at the wheel and maybe we didn't feature them
Yesterday was Comsie's chance to take things over with another great GA Article. I hope all of you are taking notes
- 2019 Spring Anthology: In the Stars - Due May 15th
- 2019 Spring Anthology: Snapped - Due May 15th
Ask An Author: Send your questions for your favorite authors to @Carlos Hazday (no questions = no Ask An Author)
Story Recommendations: Open to all GA authors & readers. PM your recommendation and why you recommend it to a Site Admin.
Guess the Author: Open to all GA authors. PM @Renee Stevens to participate.
3 Story Promo: Open to all GA Authors. PM @Renee Stevens to participate.
Author Interview: Open to all GA Authors. PM @Renee Stevens to participate.
Favorite Self-Written Story: Open to all GA authors. PM @Renee Stevens to participate.
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Reader Recommended: Recommend a completed Poem/Story/Series for a short blurb at the end of the Weekly Wrap Up and PM @wildone to share your favourite stories.
A Leg to Stand On by Valkyrie *Premium
Apple of Her Eye by Ronyx
Candy & Kisses by Dabeagle
Rich Boy: Growing Pains by dkstories
Adrift by Mann Ramblings
Aria Graice by Nephylim
Denied by Cia;
Life Changes by comicfan
Lonely Pride by Cynus
Lyrical Laments by Headstall
My First French Kiss by AC Benus
Zero to Hero, a Guide by AC Benus
Birds by Parker Owens
Changes, Again by Mikiesboy
Disasters, Delights and Other Detours by Parker Owens
Georgetown: Goodnight, My Angel by Carlos Hazday
Here Kitty, Kitty by Caz Pedroso
The Cockney Canuck by Dodger
tim's Bits and Pieces by Mikiesboy
The Carthera are a violent race, never failing to respond to battle, they nevertheless are a proud and honorable people. Except for the ferals. Battles for territory, fighting persecution from the humans, for the right to rule, have echoed down through the ages. In these modern times things are different, easier. Laws are made--and enforced--and peace, of a sorts, is possible. Some seek to end that.
A hot steamy jungle, a plague in the past and present and two men who are destined to be mates. Volatile tempers erupt in a fiery tale of romance and magic.
Davis has been alone for a long time. Between his club and his job essentially as a mercenary for Velaku, the local Carthera leader who let him live in his territory, he has little time to worry about finding a mate. If that is even possible for one of his kind. That doesn't mean he doesn't want one though.
Recommended by @Renee Stevens