Christmas Will be Coming

Both Christmas trees are up. (My grandmother’s and mine.) I will go Christmas shopping tomorrow. (A big part of it, anyway.) I still have a huge load to work on. My Netflix list is shrinking again. I will be done with this series called Dad of Light  by Thursday. I might finish another one before 2017 is over.

Speaking of which, I will try to get onto editing Steel Prison over the holidays. I am just about done with chapter two last time I checked. I am so close, but yet so far away. I am aiming to have Steel Prison published by next year. I have gotten back into playing Sims again. I missed this game so much. It feels so good to be playing again.

I am still waiting for 2017 to be over so that I can start having a better year in 2018. While I do that, you can…

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City Lounge: New York (Book Two, Chapter Eleven: Party Night Out)

Chapter Eleven: Party Night Out:

Friday night.

Maggie and Naomi sat at the bar at a nightclub.

“Why am I out with you again?” Maggie asked. Naomi turned to her grinning.

“Why else?” she asked. “You need to get out more. How else are you ever getting laid?” Her friend narrowed her eyes at her.

“I don’t need your help,” she growled.

“Excuse me?” Naomi asked.

“Nothing,” Maggie lied. They looked out at the people dancing on the dancefloor. New York on a Friday night was the best. Saturday night sat right next to it. The women watched the brightly-colored lights flashing around them. Naomi leaned over on the bar. More

City Lounge: New York (Book Two, Chapter Ten: Izzie’s Mental Game)

Chapter Ten: Izzie’s Mental Game:

Izzie raised her eyebrow at Neil.

“So, talk to me,” she said. “Who exactly are you?” The butch woman lowered her eyes.

“Uh, I like bikes,” she said.

“Do you?”

“Yeah.”

“What kind?” Izzie leaned in with her eyes fixed on her target. She had only heard the stories of Neil from Hayley. The way she talked, this butch lesbian sounded like Michael Myers. But from she saw, Neil looked like a shy little bunny rabbit aching to run away.

“Harley-Davidson.”

“Ah. Suits you well.”

“Uh… Thanks.”

Izzie tilted her head. “You don’t talk much, do you?” Neil looked away, blushing. Izzie sat back with her arms behind her head. More

City Lounge: New York (Book Two, Chapter Nine: Neil)

Chapter Nine: Neil:

Izzie looked around her neighborhood. What did she want to do today? She looked around at the tall buildings towards the sky. Yes, today was going to be her day. Izzie’s lips curved into a smirk. Maybe she could go down to one of the neighborhoods and hang around for bit. She moved her arms behind her head. The best part was she would have all day too.

Izzie made her way down to Brooklyn. She suddenly felt like a having a slice of pizza. Keste West Village sounded just perfect right about now. Izzie could taste that hot melted cheese to her lips right now. Okay, she settled on that. She stuck up her arm in the air. More

City Lounge: New York (Book Two, Chapter Eight: Izzie’s World II)

Chapter Eight: Izzie’s World II:

Izzie rules her world. She knows what she wants and will chase it down. Kris and Dianne try their best to keep up with her crazy. How does she keep them in her life? That’s all her secret.

This morning, she danced around in her room to Roy Ayers. Dianne walked up to her open bedroom door. She knocked on the hard white wood. Izzie spun around and froze.

“Yeah?” she asked. Dianne seemed to be shouting something at her.

“What?” Izzie asked over the loud music. Her girlfriend shouted louder again.

“What?!” the writer asked again. Dianne sighed and rolled her eyes as she reached over to turn off the stereo. More

City Lounge: New York (Book Two, Chapter Seven: South Side Crush)

Chapter Seven: South Side Crush:

Hayley stood in the library with Neil’s eyes on her back.

Noooooo! Nooooo! How did this happen?! Why is she here? Oh god, why? Why? She turned around and forced herself to smile.

“Uh… hi…” she said. “Neil… I wasn’t expecting to see you here.” Hayley nervously laughed.

“Shhh!” the old librarian hissed. Hayley ducked her head and clenched her teeth.

“Sorry,” she whispered. The big butch black lesbian stared at her the whole time. Hayley rubbed the back of her head. Oh crap! Why does she have to be here? I don’t know what to say around her. It didn’t help that Neil had to look so attractive too. Hayley looked around for something, anything. More

Is 2017 Over Yet?

I can’t wait for this year to be over. Sadly, we have three more days and a whole month left. I am so bored, to be honest. I feel like I am stuck. I’m still writing, but I haven’t put out anything to publish this year. My job’s getting slow and the edits for Steel Prison aren’t on a schedule. Most of my efforts were spent fixing my web site. (Thanks Photobucket for ruining everything! Not!)

I don’t know. Maybe I just need something new. Maybe 2018 will be better. I do need to make some changes. And I will try as hard as I can. Maybe find something new in the process. For now, I have to get through the rest of this year while you…

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Introducing… City Lounge: New York (Additions)

  • Lily Thatcher: 78, white lesbian, retired, friend of Maggie and Naomi
  • Rolo: 78, black, straight, Lily’s neighbor, Lily, Jane, Maggie, and Naomi can’t stand him
  • Jane Thatcher: 78, white, lesbian, Lily’s wife

There might more characters coming in this book for the New York part of the City Lounge project. Who we follow next? You will have to stick around and see. For now…

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City Lounge: New York (Book Two, Chapter Six: Spicy Girl)

Chapter Six: Spicy Girl:

Carmen’s on the hunt.

She’s not the kind of girl who stays single for long. Her laid back charm invites people in. Carmen didn’t socialize much, but she did talk to people. Today, she wanted a date. When was the last time she was with somebody? She couldn’t tell anymore.

Anyway, onto more important things. Time to get that date. Carmen knew of her favorite place to look. The Cubbyhole on a Saturday night was the best place to be for a lesbian. Carmen and the other girls in the group met many a hook-up here. Legend has it that Izzie met Sabrina here. Maybe Carmen would get lucky tonight. (Minus the crazy girl turning into a crazy part, of course.) More

City Lounge: New York (Book Two, Chapter Five: Lonely Little Man)

Chapter Five: Lonely Little Man:

Lily had just finished up the latest installment of Sophia’s wonderful adventures aboard when there was a knock on the door. The old woman rolled her eyes.

“It never fails,” she muttered.

“Oh,” Naomi said. “Is it him again?”

“Yeah,” her neighbor said. “Who’s getting the door this time?” The three women grimance.

“I went last time,” Maggie said. Lily sighed.

“I’ll get it,” she said. Naomi and Maggie made uncomfortable face as the old lady stood up and opened the door. A black man in his seventies carrying a bottle of liquor in a brown paper bag. His teeth were crooked as he gritted. More

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