February 28th, 2003
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Added part 5, part
6 and part 7
of All or Nothing by Leslaureate
Added part 2 of Amanda's
Melody by Amanda
Added synopsis for Soul's
Rescue by Patty S.
The story is familiar, two souls meeting for the first time in their current
lives. But one woman is trapped beneath hundreds of pounds of metal. The
other must find a way to free her before time runs out.
One Perfect Rose – Colleen
Bedlam – Mavis Applewater
Road Trip – Mavis Applewater
Moving On – Mezzo
Soul’s Rescue – Patty S
Guardian – Midgit
How to celebrate Solstice in an Appropriate Manner – Alexiares
The Hitchhiker – Anais
A Hallmark Moment – Emily Duncan
Second Chance - Sunflower
February 27th, 2003
Soul's Rescue by Patty
Here are two more from Mavis Applewater's Wednesday Afternoon Series.
Amanda wins the lottery and loses her mind or does she?
Veronica reluctantly agrees to do a favor for her boss that turns into
Added part 3 and
part 4 of All
or Nothing by Leslaureate
Added revised part 1
and part 2 of Annemaart's
Spellbound along with part
3 to part5(conclusion)
Added part 8 and part
9 of Scars by DJ Wood
February 26th, 2003
Learning to Trust
by Jules Matthews[unfinished/über/alt]
Jace, the director of a college Achievement Center has a new graduate
assistant, Taryn Murphy. Both women cannot avoid spending time with each
other, as they are part of an extended family. Both have their secrets
and reasons not to trust, but when they find themselves opening up to
each other, they realize their problems are very similar. Can a friendship
develop between them or will their pasts haunt them forever?
by Amanda [alt/über/unfinished]
Melody is the school diva, she has it all; she can dance, sing, and work
a crowd. Amanda is the school nerd; she has glasses, old clothes, and
a brain that can work out any problem. Will these two girls come together
or will social class keep them apart?
February 25th, 2003
Welcome to the Academy, Leslaureate!
All or Nothing
by Leslaureate [Über/alt/unfinished]
This romance novel relates the love story between two professional women
in their thirties. Told from both of their perspectives, the book, poignantly
and often humorously, conveys the unique character of lesbian relationships.
More particularly, the confusion many lesbians experience in attempting
to date without becoming enmeshed in the relationship. Added first
Added part 5 and part
6 of Vertigo's Hidden Desires
Added part 18 of Time's Fell
Hand by LJ Maas
February 24th, 2003
That Friend of Mine by S. Lee [über/alt/finished]
Kat makes up her mind to win back the love of her Beth and reunite her family in this romantic conclusion to the Kat and Beth series.
Added Coffee Part 3 (conclusion) by Jenna Dixon [Über; alt]
Added part 11 of
Murder Has Two Faces by Tonya S. Coley
February 23rd, 2003
Added Part 7 of Something I Said by Denic
Added Part 4 of Life's Little Edge by Roselle Graskey
The Gift – Idryth
To the Love of my Life – Linda Crist
Kicker's Heart - Lois C. Hart
How hard can it be – dj belt
Just Like Old times – Carrie Carr
On the wings of chance – kim pritkel
The perfect gift – lj maas
In the blink of an eye – carrie carr
Nights of Silk and Sapphire - Amber
The Wishing Well – Mavis Applewater
Like Old Times – Carrie Carr
I’ve Never – DS Bauden
When Arts Collide – Julie Baker & LA Tucker
Heaven in her Face – Nene Adams
Forever and a Day – Debbie Dee
Gift Horses – Rab Donald
Just One Perfect Weekend – Asgard
Room at the Inn – T. Novan
Winter’s Thaw – Midgit
Entre Nous – SX Meagher & Anne Brisk
February 22nd, 2003
During the weekend of DCBardFest, there will be off-site events on the evenings of Friday, October 3 and Sunday, October 5. We have selected five events and would like your input on chosing the final two.
Please go to http://www.dcbardfest.com/poll.htm and review the choices, then vote in the poll.
Love on the Line by
February 21st, 2003
Colliding Edges by
When, blue meets green... When privilege meets pauper.......When
the heart meets the soul... That's when Edges Collide. This is part One
of what will be an ongoing series.....
Second Chance by
When two high school friends are reunited at a plot filled with fame,
love and intrigue anything can happen. Kristen and Melanie have worked
hard to finally have love and fame, but fate had other ideas for
them. Will their love resist? Will the truth be a too expensive price
In part twelve of
Mavis Applewater's My Sisters Keeper, Jenny is once again tormented
by the past only this time she finds some of the answers she has been
February 20th, 2003
New review from Judith's "Just Like Buttah"
KICKER'S HEART by Lois Cloarec Hart. http://www.academyofbards.org/valentine14/loischart_kickersheart.html
Speaking of romance, I fell in love with this story. Hart writes
an endearing and affecting tale of following one's heart. This should
have been written on a scroll with quill and ink. The prose is a kind
of beautiful calligraphy of storytelling. The irrepressibly tomboyish
Kicker is a sparkling gem of a character. Shades of Idgie Threadgoode
or perhaps Laura Ingalls Wilder. Miss Madelyn Bristow is easy to visualize
in your minds eye. I found the quiet journey they take to find one another
in that era, to be believable and without melodrama.
Another of the many reasons I found "KICKER'S HEART" to be original and
fresh is the use of language that is folksy and skillfully done. This
romantic and gently unfolding love story will warm your heart. And empty
your tear ducts. Trust me it is a kicker! And the characters simply BEG
for more of their story to be told. Okay, so it's really this reader who
Please don't forget to feed the bards generously.
Wings of Chance by Kim Pritekel has been added to the Valentine
How Hard Can It Be?
by DJ Belt [X&G/alt]
On a visit to Amphipolis, Gabrielle forces Xena to confront the two demons
she fears most: explaining to her mother exactly what the relationship
between her and Gabrielle is, and working for an evening in her mom's
tavern. As the evening degenerates into one hilarious fiasco after another,
Xena learns a newfound respect for her mother, and Gabrielle gets in touch
with her 'dark side' as she discovers the answer to her question about
tavern-keeping: "How hard can it be?"
Return of the Warrior
by Katherine A. Standell (aka Archangel) [über/unfinished]
As promised, Archangel brings us the beginning of the sequel to Desert
Hawk. Having survived the unimaginable, Dylan Hawke returns to a hero's
welcome. What the public does not see and the soldier does not understand
is that some battles come home with us from the battlefield. Nightmares
drive the lovers apart as Dylan struggles to control the phantoms that
haunt her. Lura is caught up in a battle of her own, struggling with a
heritage she doesn't want and a family who would not understand. But falcons
and hawks mate for life.....or do they?
Added part 13 of Outcome
by Kim Pritekel and Alexa Hoffman
February 19th, 2003
Announcement from Angharad Governal
Did you know that Xena and Gabrielle
are keeping online journals (blogs)? Well, they are. Check them out:
And if you're on LiveJournal, you can
add them to your "friends" list:
(This is an ongoing work of fan fiction,
ALT (f/f), obviously classic X:WP, brought to you by the good folk of
Project Xena Warrior Princess: The Weblog. Please feel free to read along
as Xena and Gabrielle relate their lives in their online journals, but
please refrain from adding comments to their entries. It's been taken
care of, believe us. And if you *do* try to make unauthorized entries
to the blogs, Xena will personally hunt you down and show you just how
sharp that chakram really is...)
Another announcement - from Dragonjuls
Dragonjuls' Storybook Challenge
Here's a challenge for you, and no, it isn't another counter on a story!
Here on the Dragonjul's site, we are going to 'steal' a brilliant idea
other larger sites have incorporated for those wishing to share their
talent. I heard a wonderful song the other day by the Dixie Chicks called
'Home' and thought to myself what a marvellous idea for a story. Guess
what...that's the challenge! Who can write a story, incorporating the
idea of the song however loosely?
As with all challenges, there is nothing monetary to be gained. However,
we have a prize for the story deemed to capture the essence of the song
lyrics. Every story will be posted on my website unless you tell us otherwise.
To read the song's lyrics go here: http://www.twin-music.com/lyrics_file/chicks/home/home.html
For those who want to take up the challenge please go top http://www.jmdragon.net/require.html
for the guidelines.
We're waiting to read those wonderful stories.
At Last by Girlbard [Über; alt; unfinished]
It is the continuing story in the Jaden and Grace series.
Gift Horses by Rab Donald [alt; finished]
Some things are too good to be true, others just too good to miss...a simple tale of love.
Forever and a Day by Debbie Dee [alt; finished]
This is a FIN story. It take place after Xena's death. It is about how Gabrielle is dealing with it. But with help from Ares and Aphrodite Xena might have a chance to come back from the dead.
Dear Booger – Zuke
Greetings from Reykjavik – Zuke
Love, it's a Flower – Zuke
Sunday Mornings – Troubleshooter
Coming Home – Redhawk
Ocean – Ogami
Waiting in the Wings – Ali Vali
V-Day – Missy Good
Coffee – Jenna Dixon
Faith's Heart – Vertigo
February 18th, 2003
Added some new reviews from Judith on her "Just Like Buttah"
Entre Nous by the creative team of Anne Brisk and
This beautiful billet-doux to flirtation and fantasy is smart, sassy and
sexy and not to be missed. I smiled the whole time I read it, saying,
oh yeah, I can SO imagine that.
48 Hour Fix by D
Is a bitchin' "fix" for the overdose of bad karma that FIN was.
Aphrodite does her thing with her usual flair, helping her Little Bard
Friend and the Warrior Babe find their way back to each other.
To The Love Of My Life by Linda Crist
A visit with Kennedy and Carson that is:
Mulligan by KG MacGregor
Mulligan is Par Excellence! KG follows through with the classy style of
a seasoned pro. Her approach to the characters is wonderfully refreshing.
Mature protagonists? No way she is gonna make that shot work, I thought.
So much for me thinking, double bogey for me: It worked. Very well. I
can't imagine KG would ever need a Mulligan for her storytelling efforts:}
The only Mulligan here is that I want to read this tender story again.
It is like a long swig of ice water after 18 holes of golf, wonderfully
refreshing. KG, put on your green jacket.
You are a Master.
February 17th, 2003
--from Carole Giorgio
For those of you who have been sending prayers and wishes
to us and those who helped with the fund raiser we had a while back, I
would like to give a small update as to what has been happening the past
Nicole was scheduled for her third surgery on Valentine's
Day, we found out about it on the 10th so there was not a lot of time for
preparation, but it was a surgery that we knew was much needed, as the tumor
had grown again to about the size of a fist. The pressure from the growth
was again causing extreme headaches and some left-sided weakness.
Valentine's Day was a very long day for us that began around
5:00 a.m. We arrived at the hospital at 8:30 and Nicole was taken into surgery
at 12:45. The surgery lasted three hours and the surgeon was happy with
his physical results, but we still had another 45 min. or so to wait until
Nicole woke up enough to see if any major damage had been done from a third
operation of this sort. We have been very blessed. Nicole has seemed to
come through this procedure, once again, with minimal deficits. Eyesight,
speech, hearing, all intact ; all fingers and toes are operating at her
command and we are very relieved.
She is still in ICU at Harris Methodist Hospital in Ft.
Worth tonight, but we are anticipating that she will be moved to a regular
hospital room tomorrow and are hoping to have her home in time for her birthday
on Tues. the 18th (her 34th and the one the doctors didn't expect her to
ever see - what do they know <g>).
Prayers, meditations, wishes -- all answered. Perhaps there
is still room for the miracle and a complete remission. She will be getting
a new chemotherapy probably starting next week and perhaps third time really
is a charm and that, coupled with the new chemo will rid her of this unwanted
I just thought I should update all of you who have been
so kind in keeping me and mine in your thoughts and let you know that I
truly appreciate all your continued kindness.
Thanks ~ Carole Giorgio (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Greetings from Reykjavik by Zuke [Über; alt; finished]
"Greetings from Reykjavik" takes place after the whirlwind summer romance of Jaz and Olivia. Is Olivia sane? Are nuts really necessary in chocolate chip cookies? Where the hell is Reykjavik anyway? These and many more questions are answered in this sequel to "Dear Booger"
Coffee Part 1 (revised) and Coffee Part 2 by Jenna Dixon [Über; alt]
A story of the first meeting and growing love between an English Professor and a writer.
Added Chapter 25 and Chapter 26 of Modern Crusaders: Adeptus Major by PsiDraconis
Added Part 2 of Boxing Dreams by Katia N. Ruiz
Added Part 17 of Poetry in Motion by Harley
I've Never by DS Bauden [Über; alt; finished]
The sequel to Ready for Take Off
Added part 4 (Conclusion) of Nights of
Silk and Sapphire by Amber
It seems as if I've loved you forever.
Maybe I have.
Maybe we met In some other time
where our lives touched this closely before...
All I know for sure is this certainty inside me...
That we are meant for each other -
Now and Always.
This special is dedicated to the one I love and will always
Thank you for the last 17 years sweetheart! I love you.
You make me want to celebrate today.
First for your Valentine pleasure, we have a new
This topic is SEX! Eileen talked to some of the best sex-scene writers
in the business to find out what they are thinking when they write these
scenes. This edition has
Xena's Little Bitch (Julia Noel Goldman)
Next I have some of the most romantic writers in the
business according to my informal poll of Lunacy, Phil and a few other
friends and here are the people we came up with and actually agreed to
play with us. These writers worked really hard to meet the deadline since
I didn't come up with this idea until late December. Please, let's show
it's appreciated and write them and thank them for doing this. If you
guys want us to keep these specials going, you need to send feedback.
With the exception of two of the stories, all of them were written by
request for you!
Without further adieu, here's the Academy of Bards
Heaven in Her Face by
Well by Mavis Applewater
Perfect Moment by Anne Azel
Arts Collide by Julie Baker and LA Tucker
Like Old Times by Carrie Carr
Perfect Rose by Colleen
the Love of My Life by Linda Crist
Hour Fix by D
Hallmark Moment? by Emily Duncan
by Melissa Good
Heart by Lois C. Hart
Something Like It by Gerri Hill
Gift by LJ Maas
by K.G. MacGregor
by S.X. Meagher and Anne Brisk
Thaw by Midgit
the Inn by T. Novan
the Wings of Chance by Kim Pritekel
Home by D. Jordan Redhawk
Mornings by Troubleshooter
in the Wings by Ali Vali
Heart by Vertigo
It Is A Flower by Zuke
February 13th, 2003
Love doesn't make the world go 'round.
Love is what makes the ride worthwhile.
~ Franklin P. Jones
1 more day...
First a little backstory here . . .
In October, a stranger walked into our shop and told
my wife that her baby sister had been in the hospital for a week. Anna
visited the next day to discover that Mary had had a stroke.
Mary was diagnosed with a heart murmur as a child. She
also had a car accident several years ago that resulted in epilepsy. For
the last several years, she's been living on the streets of Portland and
other towns. Social Security was turned down for her epilepsy and she's
unable to obtain and hold a job for long. Now this.
Initially, her left side was paralyzed though her speech
centers weren't affected too badly. After two weeks, she was able to regain
some movement on the left. The state covered the bill for her medical
since she had no home and no insurance, but they refused to cover her
living situation - i.e. when she was discharged from the hospital, back
to the streets she would go.
With no other options to be had, Mary moved into our
spare bedroom. The process to re apply for Social Security began and our
home was now being inspected as a foster care facility. It took a couple
of months before the license came through, but it did by Christmas. Unfortunately,
the Social Security has not.
Money being tight already, Anna had considered getting
another job prior to this. Now we have to have someone home at all times.
Mary, while making a tremendous recovery, is incapable of taking care
of herself. She can walk with a cane and a brace, can do many domestic
chores around the house, but cannot spend much time out and about even
in a wheelchair. Her stamina is extremely low and still remains so.
We were fortunate to have a friend living who has been
helping in the shop for room and board. Wizard now manages the shop full
time for the same and we are, thankfully, able to remain open despite
our situation. But the shop is only paying for itself these days.
I have gone back to full time work at my place of employment,
but that barely covers half the rent and all the utilities. We were in
a major bind until the Social Security goes through and Mary's payments
for foster care could begin.
That was when Anna spoke to two of my friends, Ravenhawke
When Mary moved in, I had high hopes of giving her a
really nice Christmas. She (and my wife) come from a severely abusive
childhood. I wanted Mary to see what a loving family be like in that regard.
Because of all of YOU, we were able to do so.
The original donations that began filtering in covered
all of December and January's rent, thereby giving us the opportunity
to take what little we had to spare and put it to a wonderful holiday.
And then Katrina got into the action with hosting the
auction, helping Raven and Steph coordinate. Scores of people donated
goods and services to Mary's cause and the result was absolutely astounding.
At this time, Mary has stabilized enough that her doctors
will being active pursuit of Social Security. We may even be able to have
the original claim after the auto accident as the retroactive date of
application. She's happy, healthy, enjoys helping out around the house
with dishes and walking two blocks to the drug store to get her prescriptions
filled. Wizard's cat had kittens in November, and now we have another
addition to our family - Shade, a little black terror that is Mary's.
We also have enough in the bank to assist our rent payments
None of this would have happened without the assistance
you all provided in donations, auction items, and bids. But that's not
all I received. The cards and letters from people who are in just as bad
straits as us and unable to afford to give anything were a godsend. Receiving
emails of encouragement out of the blue gave us the heart to keep going.
Nothing I can ever say will be enough to cover what I
feel in my heart. Time and again, the Xenaverse has come together in wondrous
ways. It's an amazing and tremendous power you all have and I cannot even
begin to verbalize my emotions.
Thank you all so very much for making the sacrifices
of time and energy and thought for us.
Redhawk February 12, 2003
(from Steph--if you haven't received or paid for your
auction item send me a note at email@example.com
with Redhawk Auction in the subject)
Added part 3 of Nights of
Silk and Sapphire by Amber
The Quiet Survivor – Gabby’s Hope
The Presence – BC Bard
Peas in a Pod – Doc
Paternal Instinct – Phantombard
Sins of the Past – Bored Pup
Pure Bliss – Sam Ruskin
Heart of a Leopard - Verrath
February 12th, 2003
All I really need is love, but a little chocolate now and then
--Lucy Van Pelt (in Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz)
2 more days...
Perspectives – Idryth
Like Daughter, Like Mother – Kwipinsky
To Walk the path of a queen – lj maas
Lost hearts - sophie
Babysitting Charlie – Mavis Applewater
Snowy Night – Mavis Applewater
Morning Frost – Mavis Applewater
Time Slip – Bel Wah
Old Warriors Never Die, They Just .... - Kam. Lariel,Verrath
In the Name of Love – Claire Withercross
One Tin Soldier – Prince Bryazon
Old Silk Hat – Lz Clotho
Unity - Ripley
February 11th, 2003
If you have it [love], you don't need to have anything else,
you don't have it, it doesn't matter much what else you have.
--Sir James M. Barrie
3 more days...
We are pleased to announce Jane Fletcher's Lorimal's Chalice is
now on sale! What a fantastic story! You can get your copy at either Open
Book, LTD or Fortitude
Press. Support Jane and buy a book! You won't regret it!
Added part 2 of Nights of
Silk and Sapphire by Amber
Added part 4 of Hidden
Desires by Vertigo
Updated Eileen Marks' Ultimate Über List
Love on the Ocean
Wave – Claire Withercross
I Will Remember
– Claire Withercross
Love after War –
Time is on Our Side
– Stacia Seaman
Well, If You Hum a Few Bars
February 10th, 2003
"To love and be loved is to feel the sun from both sides."
~ David Viscott
4 more days...
Added part 13 of Fate by
February 9th, 2003
You may conquer with the sword,
but you are conquered by a kiss.
~ Daniel Heinsius (1580-1655)
5 more days...
Boxing Dream by Katia N. Ruiz [original; alt; unfinished]
Mel Christian belongs in the ring. Her talent is unsurpassed by even best in women's boxing. Only one woman meets her mettle...
Jackie "Jacks" Luciano, has been Mel's rival since they were children. She is insane, and her insanity allows her to be merciless in the ring. Can she finally beat Mel?
Both women go into the Women's Boxing Circle at the same time, and become rivals for more than just winning...
Nights of Silk and Sapphire by Amber [Über; alt; unfinished]
Dragged from a homeland of strict moral order, Dae is marched by her kidnappers into a harsh world of desert dunes and wind-carved stone. The rescue she prays for, however, may not offer respite from her fate, as she finds herself in the harem of a mysterious, dark-haired woman with flashing, seductive eyes of pure sapphire – the Scion Zafirah Al’Intisar. Plunged into a world of decadent morals and utter sexual freedom, Dae struggles to come
to terms with desires she has never felt before in her life. As love and lust collide, these two women slowly forge a bond...as one learns to listen to her heart, and the other hears the call of her awakening body.
Coffee by Jenna Dixon [Über; alt; unfinished]
It's about two women who meet and decide to take a chance on love.
February 8th, 2003
Love is like a bed of roses, there are many thorns. The path to true
happiness lies in learning to avoid the thorns, while enjoying the roses.
--Lillian Carol Russell
6 more days...
We're proud to present Part 3 of Radclyffe's 'Honor' series, Love
Added part 12 of
Outcome by Kim Pritekel and Alexa Hoffman
Raging Horses by T. Stratton
Gummy Bears by Marie Gilbert
Just an Ordinary Day by Scout
In the Heart of the Siege by Kamouraskan
February 7th, 2003
Love is not blind -- it simply enables one to see things
others fail to see.
7 more days...
Added part 8 (conclusion)
of T. Stratton's Raging Horses
February 6th, 2003
Tis better to have loved and lost Than never to have loved at all.
--Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809-1892) In Memoriam, 1850, line 27, stanza
8 more days...
Here are three more from Mavis Applewater's Wednesday Afternoon
Snowy Night (Damsel
In Distress 2) & Morning
In Distress 3)
Ryan is once again in need of roadside assistance and Casey is more
than willing to give her a helping hand.
(The Body Guard
Charlie is once again proving to be a handful.
Added part 11 of
her story, My Sister's Keeper
Added part 10 of
Murder Has Two Faces by Tonya S. Coley
February 5th, 2003
Never frown, even when you are sad, because you never know
falling in love with your smile.
9 more days...
Well, If You Hum
a Few Bars by Zuke
Allison Peckham is not having a good day. She meets a beautiful stranger
who tells her that she isn't at all who she thinks she is. Oh, and she
dies. All she wants is a cup of coffee, but she has to deal with Dahok's
return and the potential end of the world as we know it. Definitely
not a good day.
Added part 7 of
T. Stratton's Raging Horses
Growing Pains – Ri
Tough Luck – Rab Donald
Through Thick and Thin – Dimples
Shadows in the Night – C. Paradee
Schools Out – Mindwalker 78
The Scream – Medora MacD
Soul Vessels – Linda Crist
Sorority Sisters – Dawn Lemanne
Sin City Confidential – Cephalgia
Soul Watchers – Berlinpup
Human – Silence
Soul of the Sword – Phantom Bard
Homeward Bound – Phantom Bard
Interlude - Beowolf
February 4th, 2003
You come to love not by finding the perfect person,
but by seeing an imperfect person perfectly.
10 more days...
The Academy Valentine Shop is open for just a short time. We
have received permission from SX Meagher, Anne Brisk, Rab Donald
and Zuke to use some of their quotes which has made some pretty
romantic holiday merchandise. To go directly to the Valentine store,
and remember, unless you want to pay for the most expensive shipping,
order by February 5th to get the order in time for the 14th. The proceeds
from these items are going to the Susan Komen Foundation for
breast cancer in honor of our Academy mate, Eileen Marks. Let me just
say that Phil did a fantastic job on this one and I've had to fret over
how much to order!
Added part 9 of Midgit's
(have I mentioned she has a new book out?<g>)
A Handful of Heaven
Added part 17 of Time's Fell
Hand by LJ Maas
February 3rd, 2003
Love is a canvas furnished by Nature and embroidered by imagination.
--Voltaire [Francois-Marie Arouet]
11 more days...
by Vertigo (Parts 1-3)
Elana's Legacy Part 2
by Pat Winterburn
Elana and her lover Ta'Kai face a life threatening challenge as an approaching army tries to attack the Amazon village. The young Princess and her small band of hunters must hold off the attack until Xena can arrive with help. The hunter is now the hunted.
A Dance in the Desert
by Casi Eve
In the third installment in the life of Shelby and Taryn, the young comic struggles with the reality of a life she'd never before contemplated and the realization that sleeping with women and loving them are two entirely different things.
by Rab Donald
A soldier seeking vengeance discovers tough luck may be better than no luck at all...
Added part 6 of Raging
Horses by T. Stratton
Added Part 3 (Conclusion) of
Through Thick and Thin by Dimples
Added part 7 of Designs of the Heart by Heartbrkn
Added Chapter 24 of
Crusaders: Adeptus Major by PsiDraconis
February 2nd, 2003
Love does not consist in gazing at each other
but in looking together in the same direction.
~ Antoine de Saint-Exupery
12 more days...
As Veba and Rickie's relationship matures and deepens they are challenged by an assignment to protect a prize fighter from an enemy who knows him better then he knows himself.
Added part 5 of Conquering Liasons by Carola "Ryűchan" Eriksson
A Thousand Kisses by Girlbard
Amicus Humani Generis by SB Zarben
Wedding Story by Paully Adams
Island of Beasts by Carola Eriksson
Christmas for Santa's Little Helpers by Carola Eriksson
The Last Letter by Carola Eriksson
Stud by S Berry
Stud II by S Berry
Resist by S Berry
February 1st, 2003
In the arithmetic of love,
one plus one equals everything,
and two minus one equals nothing.
~ Mignon McLaughlin
13 more days...
Added part 5 of Raging
Horses by T. Stratton