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  1. Com, thank you for continuing to update the timeless classics of New Kid in Class and Kiss of an Angel. I’ve been following the series' for quite some time now; I think from around the time of the “pineapple juice” episodes. A few recent zoom weddings and funerals at which I waved to old friends but couldn’t hug them kicked off heavy bout of unrequited nostalgia for me. ( I am also working through that with the local remnants of our old friend network.) But I had a lovely night queuing up and tabbing between New Kid and Kiss of an Angel from the beginning (and finding Arcade Junkies and Ryan’s Heart for the first time). It was a really fun soak in the lives and stories of your characters. It scratched the itch to listen to old friends tell stories we all know yet one more time, and it somehow gets better every retelling. I’m also glad you continue to update these and have them bubble back to the top part of the “new posts" lists as the anniversaries pile up. I hope new readers are continuing to find these. Because right in with the hilarious comedy and the hot sex scenes are your achingly beautiful and need-to-know moral lessons about trust and honesty and coming out and how-threesomes-are-hot-but-can-jam-up-a-relationship. Follow your heart, dream with your eyes open, and yes, beware that jerks might be trying to mess with you. Ryan’s heart really is the rock at the centre of it all, with all the loves and loyalties, and secrets and anxieties and mistakes and accidents revolving around it. And these stories show us how diverse people can be through Randy’s anxieties, Tyler’s broken (but perhaps mending) heart, Ariel’s minefield of tightly coiled springs of emotional energy, and Cody’s acute analysis, acidic patter and broken-glass-sharp emotional defenses. So, hugs and kisses and Bravo’s and roses for you.🌹🌹🌹 👏👏👏 👨‍❤️‍💋‍👨 I do really mean the ordinary definition of “timeless classic” above: but also timeless as the boys have gone from landline phone drama and skipping CD players and heavy VCRs to sexts and texts on the beach. “There aren't too many arcades left in the world nowadays, you know?" The utterly epic Spring Break lasted for 13 years. And Cody Morneau still feels like a “new” character, although he's been around for about 20 years now. I understand you have a life and many other fruitful and cool writing projects, and you’ve given us so much for so long that you don’t owe me or anybody anything more. But here’s a plea for some back-to-school episodes this September where we find out what school's like for the now out-ish boys and what Hailley’s gonna do next, and whether Tyler banging him until he was too weak to move will settle down Ariel’s kinetic discharges, and whether Tyler can reconcile his troubled past with his exciting present (and how Ariel's gonna handle that! (Or for a challenge, a story in Cody's voice?) Either way, thanks for the stories. 🍍
  2. 1. Select "Add Series" from "Add Story" Menu (Or "Add World" if you are adding a World) 2. Fill in the series title. (Or World Title for Worlds) 3. Fill in the name of the contributors. 3. Fill in the description. 4. Add cover images as applicable for your member group. Please use the correct image sizes shown below the upload field. 5. Click save. This works exactly the same for Worlds.
  3. I've updated my signature, since Worlds and Series can now be directly linked and properly formatted. I'd recommend to authors that have Worlds or Series to use that to share a collection of your works
  4. @Myr Hey, boss- I tried to rearrange the stories in the series using the arrows but it's not working. Ideas? https://gayauthors.org/stories/browse/series/cj/
  5. I checked the Help topic (shown below) but it only mentioned how to add a story of your own to a series. Another option to add a story to a series seems to be choosing the option Add a Story to Series under the Manage button. A pop-up window then asks for the story title. This is the way I added Cupid Central by @aditus to my Viking Valentine series. I wanted to add the new Anthology story A Hell of a Mess as well, but when I typed the story title, the system couldn't find it. In fact, the Story Title pop-up editor would only find stories by me, and not anything by other authors. However, since I'm co-author of A Hell of a Mess, this is still a bit strange. On the other hand, I don't get the option to use the green + button described in the Help topic, so I guess the system is consistent. Do you have a suggestion how to solve this, other than asking a GA admin to add the story ?
  6. If you have series currently in the system, please get yourself prepared for the update that is coming soon by writing a description for your series. You can think of this as the book blurb you'd see on a series box set. The description is your opportunity to interest people in your series. Some things to keep in mind: Be descriptive of your series, without giving away spoilers Make it sound interesting, but don't describe it as something it is not. Use some of your feedback(comments/reviews) from the different stories as an idea starter for what you can include in your description. (Ex: if a lot of comments are about your characters, mention 'deep characterization' or some such in the description) Write a little hook or something that draws the reader to find the answer. (And make sure your story answers that hook!)
  7. I just started posting the third part of a trilogy to my Nemesis series, but I can't get it to be number 3. There is no number 3. Instead it calls itself number 3. I suspect this is because I, under the old series system, added the short story collection Hubris as book 4 before adding book 3, confusing the new system. So now, Loud Like Love is book 4, Hubris is book 5, and there is no book 3, no matter how many times I try to move Loud Like Love up one step. Can something be done about this, so the books show up as the right number?
  8. This week I'd like to talk about two of the new features coming to the site soon. I've shared this a bit with the authors, but I wanted to share them a little wider. This is a more focused view for readers. We currently have one way for authors to group their stories: Series links. They work, but I've wanted them to be more obvious. So, with the new version, we're giving a bit more depth to our Series. Series now has a description. We can also add a series banner and special enhanced displays for series that have special circumstances. Authors should take note of the red Xs on the side. We can now very easily remove stories from a series (and yes, it asks to confirm the delete, so no accidents) or reorder the stories by simply pressing the up and down arrows. But a series of stories isn't the only way to group stories in the next update. As anyone who has ever read Tom Clancy, Mercedes Lackey, J.K. Rowling, or Rick Riodan knows, you can have a whole bunch of different series featuring different aspects or couples that all take place, along with stand-alone stories, in the same world. And hence, the next new feature: Worlds. Worlds function almost exactly like Series, except that there is no order like in a series and you can add Series to your world. For the sharp-eyed readers here, you will spot "Contributors". For the purpose of this demonstration, I added dkstories' Dreams of Humanity Series to my Psionic Corp world. Series listing also allows contributors, though I didn't show it in the example above. Also in the picture, you can see that Series has one highlight color (black currently) and Worlds another (Violet, currently). Also, Dreams is tagged with Premium, so that is also listed. I see this feature getting used for authors who share the same writing world or for authors like @Comicalityand I who write stand-alone stories that share the same area. In the example, you see two of my Anthology entries which are stand-alone entries in my Psionic Corp world. Good news too, current existing stories in a series will import in as is. The Author or staff members will just need to go and add a description to the series page, and it'll be good. (if one isn't added, it'll just look as it does now) The browse menu will now have a "Browse by Series" and "Browse by Worlds", as you can see in the right-side menu in the above image. There are other things coming as well. But as you can see from the screenshots, the test server already has these features working
  9. I'd like to remind every author here that you should be using the Stories Archive to the fullest in promoting your story. That means you need to have a good book blurb in your Description. You need to have the proper tags on your story. You need to have the proper genre(s) on your story. And for the love of all that is holy, if you have a story that is in a Series, use the series settings! If you have a story in a series, this is not optional. I've asked the moderation staff to assist in contacting authors or outright correcting it in the system. This blog will help if you are stuck. Now, if the stories are related, but not in a series, which is to say, they occur in the same story world, then you do not have to use series. We are working on a new feature "Worlds" that will be used to tie together stories that exist in the same story world but are not strictly a series. A lot of us that have multiple stories are in this boat, so the new feature should work to address that. Otherwise, please take the time to review all of your published works and make sure that all the metadata is filled out and updated. This can only help you. This will be especially true of older stuff. Since I've been repromoting a lot of the old anthologies, I've found that most of them are very poorly represented in the system. Now would be a great time to review all of your stories and make updates.
  10. This week's blog was triggered by the observation that some authors and members seem to be unaware of a built-in feature of our Stories system. This is the Series function. First, for the readers, you can find Series easiest by using the right-side menu on the main stories page. See below: If the Longest Series is not your thing, you can easily adjust it by selecting "Sort By" and choosing a different option: When you click on a Series Title, say "Gone From Daylight", the stories will be listed in Series order. You'll recognize Series stories in the system because they'll have a Series # followed by Series Title after the Story Title. For example, on the Gone From Daylight Series page, you can see the highlighted Series # and Series Title: That's all great for Readers, but how to Authors make a Story part of a Series? Easy! Edit the Story and right at the top of Step 1 is the Series Title and Series Number: We do ask that Authors not add the Series Title and Series number until there are at least two Stories in the Series posted in the system. Also note, that is a great way to tie related Anthology stories together. Although in the case of Anthologies, the staff will have to edit the story for you. I hope that helps everyone understand our Series function in Stories.
  11. Aditus

    Series list

    I have some series and every time I click on the series name I get a page with a list of the stories/books. It doesn't work with 'The King's Mate' series though. I looked if I did something wrong, but I can't find it. Help?
  12. Alright everyone. I'm finally finding some free time to start writing Triple Play, the third installment in Devin Williams' life. I know it's been a long wait, but I've had a lot of school stuff to do and will in the future, so it's going to be slow going. Having said that, I'm very excited by what I've got planned for this third novel, and I hope you like where I take Devin and Bryce in the midpoint of the series. Without further commentary, here's a sneak peek of what's going to be going on in Chapter 1. Let me know what you think, and as always thanks for reading! “Dear Mr. Williams; Upon your return to campus, you are required to meet with an academic advisor to discuss your athletic scholarship. Please ensure that you book an appointment with an academic advisor as soon as possible to discuss funding for your upcoming academic year. Whitman College looks forward to your return.” All along the drive back to Whitman I re-read the letter I’d received from the school, hoping that there was some kind of mistake that would explain away why I’d suddenly been dropped from the scholarship. I’d arranged a meeting for later today like the letter had asked, but the only thing I could think of was that the school didn’t think I deserved a scholarship anymore because of how little I’d played in the previous year. It wasn’t my fault. I didn’t ask to be attacked and be on the disabled list for most of the year, and the worst part was that because I had been playing in games before and after the attacks, it wouldn’t even count as a redshirt year, so I ended up wasting most of my eligibility on recovery and being in the hospital. Dad dropped me off at Phi Delta Theta’s house and helped me unload things. I wasn’t too surprised to see that most of the brothers hadn’t yet arrived back from the Summer break; a lot of them were coming from out of state, and wouldn’t arrive until the last couple days before classes began. I knocked on the door with my stuff and was surprised when Bryce was the one who let me in. I embraced and squeezed him when he pulled the door open for me. “Bryce! Good to see you, I missed you. I’m surprised to see that you’re already here though, I thought you wanted to spend the last couple of days with your family?” “I did, but I figured you’d be coming back soon anyways, so I may as well claim a room that’s going to be big enough for both of us, and of course one that’s far enough away from the other rooms that they won’t hear all of what we’re going to be doing.” Bryce said with a smirk.
  13. Hey, guys! So, as you know, so I'm a newbie here. Unfortunately, I can't post anything on the website, here, because the update that will let me post stories from my iPhone hasn't gone live, yet. So I devised a solution that will hopefully let you guys read the project I'm working on, right now. It's called Greytones, and it's supposed to be set up like a soap opera, complete with seasons and episodes. I've posted it on its own WordPress page, which I will link at the bottom. Hopefully this is allowed, linking outside GayAuthors. If not, just tell me. I'll try to post 3 times a week, but I can't guarantee that. I'll try to post pretty often, however. Tell me what you guys think! Thanks, guys! <3 Atheu Email: atheugoreistories@gmail.com Greytones URL: greytones.wordpress.com
  14. Howdy About a week ago I posted a chapter of a story I've been working on for a while under Sneak Peeks. I was overwhelmed by the enthusiastic responses I received and by the constructive comments left by several authors, editors and admin staff members. This will be my initial foray into sharing my writing with the public at large and I'm looking for some help. I plan on a multi-chapter series with each chapter being under than 3k words. Would love to post the initial five chapters on a daily basis and then move to a weekly posting. I have a few already finished so anyone willing to share their knowledge and expertise can start as soon as we figure out the mechanics. I'm at a loss of how that would work also. The central character is CJ, a 15-year-old boy who has just moved to DC at the beginning of the summer of 2013. The story will follow him and a cast of characters, both teens and adults over the next couple of years. Although sex is not central to the story it will play an important role and some of it may be graphic so this will definitely be for Mature Audiences.I hope to entertain the readers while doing a little educating, a little preaching and some sightseeing based mostly on my actual travels around the USA. Hopefully the above provides a good enough summary to entice some of you to volunteer or at least to ask for further information. Realizing I'm a rookie, some experience would be welcome. Looking forward to hearing from t'all! Carlos
  15. In case you haven't figured out from my user name, my favorite major book series is the Forgotten Realms series, but my favorite mini series in that series has to be the Shandril's Saga by Ed Greenwood.
  16. Started writing this series back in 2003 in another life ago. From then the series has expanded to 13 parts divided into 'Books' and Two Cycles (The Centurion and the Scion Cycles). Don't know if I will ever finish it or that it will ever have an end. That is mostly due to the fact that the series (though a Sci Fi Fantasy hybrid) is very much an allegory of my personal struggle of finding my place in the world. The series goes over many of the issues facing gay individuals and the gay community as a whole.... sexual confusion, monogamy, obsession, drug addiction, romantic betrayal. Over all there are two major themes. First, can one ever escape their past? Second, out of all the forms love can take which one should be valued most? The Centurion Cycle is the first of the two main series. The story takes place on the distant divided world of Mordel and Ares. The continent of Mordel is little more than nuclear wasteland of high tech underground cities. While its people are far less advance the land is lush and green with life. Even so Medieval Ares knows as much of war as the Dystopia of Mordel. Of all the warriors of Ares, the most feared are the Centurions of the Domus Empire. Unnaturally gifted physically no ten can match even one. Yet, just as the fire that burns twice as bright dies twice as fast, no Centurion in the history of Ares has lived past his 40th year. While they have rarely been defeated in battle the one foe they have never conquered have been the hearts of the frail yet long lived men of learning.... the Legatio. Chaptered https://www.gayauthors.org/story/jmh/thecenturionchapterversion Book Version https://www.gayauthors.org/story/jmh/thecenturioncycle
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