I just finished reading “
A Reluctant Voyeur” by Levi Charon.
It’s a story about a man discovering by accident that he has ESP. He can read people’s minds.
The story’s plot device is simple, after hearing some specific music, his mind is released and he can enter others’ minds for a limited period of time.
As the story evolves, the guy’s powers evolve, but remain limited (which is a good thing for this type of story).
The refreshing difference about this story (for me at least) is that the protagonist tries to work with the government instead of being their target to control or destroy.
I highly recommend the story.
Storiesonline is having a Writing Contest for Valentines Day 2015.
Writing Contest details here
There are monetary prizes:
First Place: $200 cash prize.
Second Place: $100 cash prize.
Third Place: $50 cash prize.
Start writing your best romantic story
A great new story has been posted on SOL.
Lifeline by Jay Cantrell is a police mystery kind of novel.
Very well written and engaging story. With a well developed plot and characters, Jay Cantrell will hook you quickly and never release you until the last word. You’ll care about the characters and you’ll live with them the duration of this well crafted novel.
Highly recommended reading. You won’t regret starting to read this.
Notes: Storiesonline.net requires registration, but this gem is absolutely free to enjoy.
A Study in Scarlett is a lovely lesbian romance story written by Ann Douglas back in 2000.
Lovely gem from the past.
Just stumbled on a cute little
incest story site aptly called Incest Stories Site. It’s small so far, but promising. It sure loads fast.
I help moderate a dating sites by moderating the pictures that members submit. No nudes are allowed, but members still try.
Here is one of the good ones I rejected today:
Would you do her?
One day, a man came home and was greeted by his wife dressed in a very Sexy nightie.
“Tie me up,” she purred, “and you can do anything you want.”
So he tied her up and went golfing.