Monthly Archives: December 2010

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-12-27

GA Stories

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So GayAuthors (GA) is making a pretty huge change. A change that affects the basic fabric of what they offer. They’re replacing eFition/hosted authors/promising authors with a new system called GA Stories. From what I have been told, eFiction didn’t work so well. So they coded this system to work with the forum code.

Up until this I published some of my stuff under eFiction. One of the big cons is that authors have to move their own stuff over. I’m lazy, and generally don’t have a lot of time. I’d much rather be writing than having to move my stories over to the new system. But that’s not the reason I’m never going to post on GA again.

Q&A with Anyta Sunday

[WARNING: This post may contain spoilers.]

Anyta is from New Zealand. She has written stories such as Shane and Trey, and Get It.

Q. Tell me a little bit about yourself

Oki-doki, so I’m a kiwi, born and raised in good ol’ New Zealand. After finishing uni, I followed my heart and love to Germany, where we tied the knot. I’ve spent a few years teaching English at grade school (whoa was that hard!). And now I’m a mom of an almost two-year-old. And I consider myself a writer, even if I do have to live with the eye-rolls I get when I say that, lol. 😀

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-12-20

Season’s Greetings

To all of my regular story and blog readers, drifters, lurkers, and others;

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I wish everyone a warm and happy holiday. Without friends like you, it would make my

writing more challenging. I am grateful everyday for your continued support.

    We wish for you a holiday
    That’s better than your dreams,
    Filled with peace, good will and hope
    And firelight that gleams,

    Overflowing with holiday spirit
    Good food and holiday laughter;
    And when it’s done, We hope that you
    Live happily ever after!

    By Joanna Fuchs

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Q&A with Dark

[WARNING: The post may contain spoilers.]

Dark is the author of The One I Want and The Nanny

Q. Tell me a little bit about yourself

Well, lemme see. I’m 30 years old, been writing since at least 5th grade. A classmate was an artist and we came up with characters and stories together. Nowadays I’d call it role-playing. I have my bachelor’s degree in engineering and served as an officer in the US Air Force for four years before deciding to get out and pursue my love of teaching. I’m currently half-way through my semester of student-teaching, on-track to receive my credential in February 2011. I want to teach 8th grade science. My credential will be for 6-12 grade science, so I could teach any grade, and my specialty is physics.

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-12-13