City Lounge: New York (Book Two, Chapter Two: Izzie + Kris II)

Chapter Two: Izzie + Kris II:

-Summer 2012-

It took one week for Izzie and Kris to get close. Izzie herself was picky in her treats ever since that whole Sabrina nightmare. She did everything to never run into another one like her. Izzie voiced her problems to her potential lover.

“So… you’re a lesbian?” he asked.

“Bisexual,” Izzie corrected.

“Oh, I see,” Kris said.  She raised her eyebrow.

“Is that a problem?”

“No, what you are is your business.”

Izzie began to smile. “Smart answer.” She stood on her tip-toes and kissed him on the lips. Kris gently kissed back.

“What was that for?” he asked. More

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City Lounge: New York (Book One, Chapter One: Izzie’s World)

Chapter One: Izzie’s World:

-Soho, Manhattan-

A curvaceous black woman stood on the balcony of her apartment and raised her arms in the air.

“Hell yes, New York!” she shouted. “Good fucking morning! Yeah! Heck yeah, baby! Yahoo!” The woman broke into loud laughter over her neighborhood with hands on her hips.

“What are you doing, Izzie?” a man asked behind her. The woman turned to see a muscled white man standing in the doorway with short brown curly hair and no shirt. She gave him a goofy smile.

“Oh good morning, honey,” she said sounding angelic. The man rolled his eyes and sighed. More

City Lounge: Berlin (Book One, Chapter Ten: Friends and Crush)

Chapter Ten: Friends and Crush:

I looked to my left and right.

I could see the wheels turning in Stephanie’s head. Sebastian being with us might have given her a motive. Maybe it won’t be so bad this time. That thought told me I still needed to be on my guard. No sooner had I thought about that, Stephanie’s turned on Sebastian.

“Say, Seb,” she spoke up. “Do you have a girlfriend?”

“No,” Sebastian said back. Not too bad. It’s just a curious question after all. No harm, no foul, right?

“What team do you play for?” she asked.

“Excuse me?” he asked. More

Bisexual Characters and a Short News Piece

This week, I had an interesting thought. I came to notice that majority of main characters are either straight or gay. We rarely see any bisexual characters. One reason my mother told me is that some gay men start out as bisexual. Do any of you have bisexual characters in your works and how many are the main character?

On another note, I will be publishing another short story under the Canojo Koi name titled, Six Days. I just have to make the edits, pick the cover, and get to it. (Kind of tied up on another season of another series that I’m writing on my web site at the moment. It was supposed to be up by yesterday, but I ran out of time.)

Let’s see, there’s something else too. Oh yes, I intend on publishing the first volume of my light novel series, Hapless Cupid, in possibly May or June. I just need to get it edited and pick out an anime-like cover. I’m also happy to say that the Facebook page for my web site, Tokyo-Zion Academy, hit 100 likes last night/this morning. I finally got Origin working right on my laptop after spending a couple of days in PC Hell trying to get it to update properly. I just need to try and find time to play Sims 4 again. I’ve been watching a couple of good movies this week on Netflix. American Beauty actually wasn’t that bad and Nightwatch makes me want to go read the book. (Also, Nightwatch is the first Russian movie I’ve ever seen.) Today, I’m going to watch The I Inside. (If it’s crap, please don’t tell me.)  I also came across Natural Born Killers and Unbreakable on Netflix in the past two days alone. I think Netflix is upping its game for me. Now if only they would put more anime and Japanese movies up…

I think that’s it for now.

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