SCRIBD WORK ALERT
#Romance writers wanted; 35K stories turned in within 4-6 weeks of assignment. Contemporary, romcom, suspense, + sweet subgenres. BIPOC authors encouraged to apply 🙏 .
Scribd publishes trans and nonbinary Romance, as well as gay , lesbian , and bi stories.
Pay is $.04/word. No royalties. On-going gig.
We just finished our complete playthrough of Coffee Talk on my stream, and it was absolutely wonderful. At least three thumbs up. I strongly encourage you to check it out if you haven't already. https://store.steampowered.com/app/914800/Coffee_Talk/
I'm open for #commissions ^.^ I mostly do mandalas, and can incorporate different elements (flowers, symbology, though I'm not good at animals or people), but I also do abstract work and floral illustrations (like words surrounded by botanicals).
Prices include shipping and are roughly, depending on complexity:
A5: $40 USD
A4: $80 USD
A3: $150 USD
A2: $250 USD
With an extra $15 for registered mail with a tracking number.
Email: email@example.com ^.^
The truth is, I used to write for search algorithms. Now I write for people.
Question for queer readers, though non-queer readers can also reply:
What sorts of things do you wish you saw more of in queer fiction, specifically relationships (romantic, friendship, and otherwise) between guys?
I know sometimes it seems like "just more representation, period" is the answer, but I'm curious -- what specific kinds of scenes would you feel most interested in getting lost in, with some imaginary strangers?
Are there things in queer books you've read that disappointed you, or that you think should be more common?
I know what my own opinions are, but I'd be eager to hear what others think.
Any and all answers are welcome, and boosts are appreciated.
✨ Request ✨
I've started my Master, my research question so far surrounds the idea of what electronic platforms add to the portrayal of queer bodies as others, often intermingling with beastly and monstrosity metaphors (often very positively)
I want to find queer creators of electronic art with a focus on body or emotional experiences. Twine hypertext, games, bots, poetry online, even twitter feeds or instagram.
If you wanna talk then DM or email firstname.lastname@example.org
I keep dunking on evangelicals without explaining anything but the reason I'm comparing them to "white people" as a culture is because American evangelical Christianity is based on nothing. There's very little theology, ethics, or curiosity about it. It's based on entertainers, charisma, and "spiritual experiences." It's based on being "saved" and "loving the lord" but not being able to explain what that means. It means not thinking about it, but knowing you're special.
I did it, I took the pictures. So here it is, my finished shawl! I love the textured pattern, although it meant it wasn't exactly a quick knit. It's huge and the yarn is delicious, so overall very happy!
Folks, The Hoff is selling his KITT... and if you have deep enough pockets he’ll drive it all the way to you.
Got up this morning at 7am to go pick up my dog's food. I order raw food from a place that brings a fridge truck to various stops where you can go get your order.
They didn't have my order.
This is extra annoying because I order as much food as my dogs each month, so by the time I pick up the next order, they're basically out.
So now I have to buy expensive stuff from the store to keep from switching back to kibble.
And the place needs to ship me what they forgot.
2021 going great.
I need to find a fedi #writing group. I've got gamedev friends now and they are awesome, and my tabletop players are great at holding me accountable, but don't know many people doing linear/traditional writing.
My #Witcher holiday fic is done!
Solstice and Solitude: A Yuletide Carol
Jaskier has never stayed with Geralt through winter before. As Yule approaches, they find themselves caught in a blizzard and encounter a monster threatening the closest town. Jaskier's Yule gift also drives a wedge of tension between them, making a cold winter even colder.