Friday, March 30, 2012

Bigger Briefs: Looking at the Lads Vol 1: Voyeurism

Here is an excerpt from my story
Pool Boy-by Lily Sawyer
Part of the Wicked Watchers: Looking at the Lads anthology

AMulti-authorM/Manthology from the writers of Wednesday Briefs, who bring you prompt induced Flash fiction every Wednesday. Bigger Briefs is an anthology we began to showcase our slightly bigger briefs. Er, flash fiction. We invite you to take the journey with us!

Haveyoueverhad the feeling you're being watched? Sometimes, watching can be naughty. And nice. Seven erotic stories from of those who are spied upon, and those who do the spying. You might be surprised to learn who has their eye… on you…

Pool Boy-by Lily Sawyer

Whathappenswhen a Hollywood pool boy crashes a private pool party between an A-lister and his sexy partner? He becomes privy to something the tabloids would pay big bucks to know.


Harold Previn, or Harry as most people called him, was one of those few people that could admit to loving their job.  He was a pool guy. Sure, it wasn't  glamorous; it might even be considered cliché.  But Harry loved working outdoors and how many people in his shoes got to see how the other half lived?
Today he was working at the home of a new.  Situated in the Hollywood Hills, the mansion was owned by a gay couple—one was an agent and the other an actor, one of the few who was out of the closet
Normally, he didn't interact much with customers, other than a quick hello and then out back to the pool to do his job.  "It's pretty hot out." It blew Harry's mind that Jonathan Gilchrist, one of Hollywood's A-list actors, actually addressed him.
"Yes, Mr. Gilchrist, it sure is."   Harry spent so many hours under the sun, he made sure he applied suntan lotion on his fair skin, and wore a baseball cap.
"How about a bottle of cold water?"
Before Harry could utter a word, the actor had disappeared inside the home. His first impression of the man was that he looked better in person than on screen.
Granted he'd only gotten a brief glimpse of him just now,and Harry did mean brief, as in the tight, blue swim trunks he wore and nothing else.  He went back to skimming the pool, angling the long pole so he could get all the leaves off the bottom.
"Here you go, uh, what's your name?"
"It's Harry, Mr. Gilchrist."  He put the pole down on the pool deck and took the proffered water. His fingers brushed against the actor's; he felt his skin tingle and his cock twitch.
"Thank you."He took a long swig of the cold beverage. What he really needed was a cold shower, or to have a bucket of ice water dumped on him to douse the fire this man just ignited.  Jonathan Gilchrist looked like he was in his early thirties.Short, dark hair that was kept neatly combed—he probably used hair gel—blue eyes that Harry could easily fall into, and a muscular chest; the man definitely worked out.  He had a treasure trail Harry wouldn't have minded following.


Boy Can She Dance by Nephylim
The Watcher by LM Brown
First Time Voyeur by Victoria Blisse
Roommates by Julie Lynn Hayes
My Lucky Night by A J Jarrett
Passion Bringer by Sara York

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Spring has sprung

I thought I'd share some photos with you from my community.   One resident decorated their home for Easter.  I think it's so cute,  this same home decorated for Xmas and won our community decorating contest (I was the judge)

Thursday, March 29, 2012

The Eagles have landed

I've been watching several eagle nests over the past week or so.   A friend passed the links onto me.

this one in Devorah IA has caught a lot of people's attentions.   3 eggs were laid, two have hatched so far.  We're all waiting for the last one to hatch.   They babies have been designated as D12, D13 and D 14 (yet to hatch)

check it out,  they are adorable

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Wednesday Briefs

I was too busy to do one this week.  But I would like to give you the links to my fellow writers Weds Briefs


Nephylim    m/m
LM Brown    m/m
AJ Jarrett     m/m
Elyzabeth VaLey      m/f
Sara York    m/m
MC Houle     m/m

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

I'm a guest on Victoria Blisse's blog today

Hello all,

I know I am SO bad at updating this blog.  I will try to do a better job.  I don't want you all to get bored or anything like that.

Today I am a guest on Victoria's Blog.  I discuss my story "Pool Party"  that is in the new anthology "Wicked Watchers"  

Our theme is voyeurs,  who is looking at the lads?

Please click on the link below and check it out.   Thanks

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Bigger Briefs: Looking at the Lads Vol 1: Voyeurism

Wicked Watchers: Looking at the Lads
A Multi-author M/M anthology from the writers of Wednesday Briefs, who bring you prompt induced Flash fiction every Wednesday. Bigger Briefs is an anthology we began to showcase our slightly bigger briefs. Er, flash fiction. We invite you to take the journey with us!
Have you ever had the feeling you’re being watched? Sometimes, watching can be naughty. And nice. Seven erotic stories from of those who are spied upon, and those who do the spying. You might be surprised to learn who has their eye… on you…

Lily Sawyer: Pool Party

What happens when a Hollywood pool boy crashes a private pool party between an A-lister and his sexy partner? He becomes privy to something the tabloids would pay big bucks to know.
Nephylim: Boy Can She Dance

A street urchin, thrown out by his family, forced to live rough and eat stale pasties he stole from a dustbin, realises that his best chance on a cold night close to Christmas is to hug the side of a house. Hearing music, he peeps through the window, spying a mysterious and beautiful dancer and is given the best Christmas present he's ever had.

Victoria Blisse: First Time Voyeur

What do you do when you're cleaning the toilets in a bar after closing and realise that two of your hottest customers have been left behind and are doing things you've dreamed of doing to them for weeks? Do you walk away? Or do you take a peep in the mirror and join in the fun?

Julie Lynn Hayes: Roommates

When you think that your roommates have all gone home for Christmas… When your brother has let you down and you're forced to spend one more night in an empty dorm… When you investigate strange noises in the night and discover that two of your roommates haven't gone anywhere? Do you watch, reveal yourself, or run away?

A J Jarrett: My Lucky Night

When your friend talks you into going to a sex club and someone with a sexy voice and talented hands puts his arms around you from behind, while you watch two hot men go crazy on the stage, do you turn him down, or do you let him turn you on?

Sara York: Passion Bringer

It's the dim and distant future, in a world where sex and emotion have been suppressed for so long many people don't know what it feels like to love or experience it. In such a world, when taking the pills is no longer obligatory, where the work of the Passion Bringers is at its height, when you're trying to convince your partner that you should take your relationship to a whole new level, what do you do when you watch your partner with a Passion Bringer on the closed circuit camera he knows it's your job to man?

L M Brown:The Watcher

When you're rich, but horribly scarred, and your only pleasure is to watch people come and go in the hotel you own…When you inadvertently watch the hottest guy you've ever seen make love in a lift… When you employ someone to recreate the event, and then when the person you employed brings the hot man to your door… Do you dare to open it?

It is currently available at All Romance and in both the US and the UK
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Note: The post on All Romance Books site makes it appear to have been written by one author, Victoria Blisse, this will be corrected at some point.  Seven authors contributed to this piece.

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Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Wednesday Briefs

 Here is my Weds Brief for this week. The continuing adventures of Ben and Tom  links to fellow authors appear at the end of my story.  Enjoy

This week's prompt:....  Take your hands off him!

Alternative prompts

I cry when I hear that music because....


Use a gravestone, a popsicle and a pair of feathered slippers.


There was just something about... that made me want to hide under a blanket


What do you want from me?
One Step Too Far by Lily Sawyer 
Ben looked at the set of photos that sat on the top of the mantel in the living room.  Some had been taken while they were on vacation in the Bahamas.  Tom loved scuba diving; Ben smiled when he remembered how Tom had convinced him to try his hand at snorkeling.  The water was crystal clear and it brought a different meaning to swimming with the fishes.

Tom was one handsome fella; he looked like he could easily have been a model instead of a firefighter.  Last year he’d participated in the “Hot Men of the Firehouse” calendar—he was Mr. October.  All the proceeds had gone to the Firemen’s Fund.   Ben had to admit he drooled when he first saw Tom’s photo. His lover wore his pants, bare-chested, an ax in his hands.

“I’d want to be rescued by you,”  he’d told Tom that night.  “In fact, I think I need you to rescue me right now.”  He winked at his sexy man and fell back onto the couch.  “I need some emergency kissing right this minute.”

“Oh, yeah?”  Tom was all over him in a flash. He showed Ben how skilled he was with his hands, among other parts.

Ben smiled at the memory of that night.

Tom had been working his three-day shift and today was his last day.   Ben decided to surprise Tom by coming by the firehouse and taking them out to their favorite restaurant.  They both loved Italian, and Bel Cibo had outdoor dining on the patio in front of the restaurant. 

The weather was so beautiful that it would be perfect for eating al fresco.

Ben had visited the firehouse several times. Tom’s fellow firefighters never gave him or Tom a hassle for their being gay.  Or at least they’d never seen anyone having a problem with it.

“Hey Steve, how are you doing?”   Ben spotted Tom’s friend checking the hoses in back of the truck.

“Hey Ben.” They shook hands and fist bumped.  “What brings you down to the house?”

“I wanted to surprise Tom.  I want to take him out to dinner.”

“Ah, well he’s changing in the locker room.  You know the way, right?”

“Oh yeah. Speak to you later, Steve.”  Ben made his way to the second floor of the building, saying hello to more of Tom’s friends along the way.

“Look, Bill. You’re a nice guy but I’m not interested.” 

Ben heard Tom’s voice from the hallway.

“Come on, Tom.   All I’m asking is to go out for one drink.  What harm is there in that?”

“It’s what comes next that I’m worried about.”

Ben could hear Tom shut his locker. 

“Can I help it if I’m attracted to you?”

“You’re a nice guy, Cam, but I’ve already got someone special in my life.  I’m sure you’ll be able to find yourself a nice guy too.”

“I found a nice guy… you.”

Ben had had enough. He marched into the locker room and the scene that greeted him made him see red.  

“Take your hands off him!”  Ben was across the room and standing in front of Tom.


“You heard what he said, he’s already spoken for.”

“So this is the guy, Tom?”   Ben heard the guy ask Tom then he laughed at him.  “This is who you’d rather be with than me?”

“Yeah, I’m the guy he belongs to. You want to make something of it?”  Ben was in Cam’s face.   Cam stood over him while Tom kept back.

“You really want to do this?”  Cam shook his head.   He tried to shove Ben out of the way, the next thing he was lying flat on his back.

“What the hell happened?”  Cam looked over to Tom and Ben as the two men left.  They looked over their shoulders and Tom said, “I forgot to mention that Ben has a black belt in Karate.” 

“So I’m your man, huh?”  Tom said as they made their way to the parking lot. 

“Yeah.” Ben kissed Tom’s lips.  “And you better not forget it.”

“Oh, I won’t.   Did you come to surprise me today?”

“Yep.  I wanted to take you out to dinner at Bel Cibo. I thought we could dine out on their patio.”

“I’d love that.”  Tom returned the kiss.  “Just like I love you.”    Tom left his car at the firehouse and the two lovers took off in Ben’s car to enjoy a romantic evening for two.

Fellow author's stories
Nephylim     m/m
Sara York     m/m
Lily Sawyer      m/m
MC Houle     m/m
AJ Jarrett     m/m
Eden Connor     m/f

Monday, March 19, 2012

Glass show photos

hello everyone.    I went to a glass show on Sat.   It was held at the local firehouse this weekend, they were showcasing Heisey Glass.  I'd never heard of it before but I thought it was lovely  Here is some history about the glass

Here are some photos I took.  (click on photos to enlarge)

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday

I am working very hard to finish my WIP  "Four Doors Down."   And I thought I'd share with you a part I just wrote.   (btw Bob is a cat)

“Am I going to get it?”   Tristan put Bob down and helped him out of his harness.  Alex set Bob’s bowls in the kitchen and made sure he had access to the hallway bathroom.  

“You just bet you’re going to get it.”    Alex threw a pillow that was on the couch at Tristan, hitting him in the face.  

“You meany!”   Tristan threw it back at him.   Their pillow war lasted until Alex fell back onto the couch and Tristan joined him or more like covered him with his own body and smothered him with kisses.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Silver Shorts

Hi Readers,

Well I did a Silver Short this week.   It's entitled  "Ticket to Ride."   

Ticket to Ride-by Lily Sawyer

I hadn't realized my driver's license expired officer...


Fingers grasped hair to...


My mind needs a little BDSM treat...


I'm sorry to tell you this but...

Joe Miller loved his new Audi. He’d just become a partner in the prestigious law firm of Edelman, Goldstein, and Harper.  The Audi was his chance to celebrate in a big, expensive  way.

He wanted to see what this baby could do. Joe knew a road that went down to the beach. It was early March and there was hardly a soul down there.

So here he was in his blue Audi on the open road—oh, how his friends were going to be so jealous when they saw him. They’d made plans for later that night, to meet up at one of their favorite hangouts, a restaurant in town.

He shifted gears and put the pedal to the metal,   enjoying being out on the open road.   Not a care in the world.  His new baby had great pick up.  He hardly had to touch the gas and it took off like a shot.    He wished he could be on the autobahn, or out in Montana where there was nothing but open road,  but riding along Ocean Parkway was pretty good too.   Although he wished he had someone riding shotgun in the passenger seat to share all this with. 

The flash of a red light in the rear view mirror caught his eye,and the loud siren confirmed it.  The police apparently didn’t share his idea of having fun time. 

He safely pulled the car over to the shoulder and put it in park.  

He watched through his side-view mirror as the officer opened his car door and marched towards his car.  His heart started to beat like a jackhammer. He pressed the button to open the window. 

“Do you know how fast you were traveling?”  

“I’m sorry, officer…” He looked at the man’s nameplate.  “Wyatt.  I just got this car and the gas pedal’s so light, I didn’t realize I was speeding.”

“Driver’s license and registration, please.”

Shit, how was he going to get out of this ticket? He reached into his wallet and pulled out the asked for items.   “Here you go.”

The officer took them and walked back to his squad car.  Joe had never gotten a speeding ticket before, but then he’d never driven in a power car like this Audi before either.  It didn’t take long for officer Wyatt to come back.

“Your license is expired.”

“I hadn’t realized my driver’s license is expired, Officer.”

“I should have your car towed.”

“No, Officer.”



“My name is Max.”

“Please, Officer Max, I just got made partner in a big law firm and the car was a gift to myself.  I swear I’ve never got any notice in the mail about the license. I—I just completely forgot.  I’m sorry. Please don’t take my car away… please.”   Joe was not the type to cry easily, especially not in public. 

“Easy, Mr. Miller.  Don’t get upset.”  Max put his hand on Joe’s hand, the one that had been resting on the car door.   Joe felt a squeeze and looked up at him. 

“I think we might be able to work something out.”

“Oh yeah?” Joe smiled up at the handsome, dark-haired man.

“Yeah, I’ve always wondered how big the backseat  is in one of these things.”

“Oh, I haven’t tried the backseat yet.”  Joe got out of the car. Max was a little taller then he was, but not by much.  He was 6’1 and Max must have been about 6’2. 

“What did you have I mind?” Joe asked him, but he didn’t have to wait long for an answer.   Max covered his mouth with his lips and kissed him.   “Officer?”

“I’m doing a search. I want to make sure you don’t have any lethal weapons on you.”   Officer Max made a thorough search; his fingers ran through his hair, then down his back.  Joe moaned when he felt his ass being squeezed.  The hands ran down his chest and he thought he was going to go out of his mind when they touched his cock.

“Is that a gun in there or are you happy to see me?”

Joe wasn’t sure if he moaned because Max used a lame old line or from excitement.

“You have the right to remain silent,” Max began the Miranda.

“You do realize you’re making it hard for me to do that? And I DO mean you’re making me hard.”

“Oh, I know exactly what I’m doing. I’m in control here.”

“Yes, Officer.”  Joe didn’t know how it happened—how he lost his clothes and found himself lying on his back in the rear seat. 

“Do you want me?” Max squeezed Joe’s balls.

“Yes, YES!”  A condom appeared as if by magic and Joe didn’t need any instructions.  He rolled it onto Max’s massive cock and helped him lube it up.  Looked like cops were prepared for any eventuality.

“Come on, do you need an invitation?”  Joe asked the gorgeous officer.  Joe pushed his dark hair off his eyes so he could see the other man.  First thing he was going to do was get a haircut. 

Max slid into Joe’s tight hole and waited a few moments before he started thrusting.   Joe loved to make love face to face, and Max was not disappointing him.   His cock was ready for action too. Max wrapped his hand around Joe’s cock and between the thrusting and rubbing he came.  Max came too.   Joe must have lost consciousness or something, because the next thing he knew he was in Max’s arms.

“You okay, baby?”

“Yes, Max honey.  But couldn’t you have waited until I got home until I showed you my new car?”

“It wouldn’t have been as much fun as pretending to pull you over for speeding.  You had me when you almost cried when I pretended your license expired.”

“You know I’m too careful a driver to speed or let my paperwork expire.”

“Oh, I know that.  But I’ll find another reason to arrest you and strap you to our bed.”

“You promise, Officer Max?”

“You bet.”

They got dressed and kissed.  “See you tonight, honey?”  Joe asked his gorgeous police officer husband.

“Sure will.”  They kissed again and drove off.

For the full weekly package of Silver Shorts (five stories in total this week) please click Here to visit the Silver Publishing site where you can download your free copy.


Thank you

Friday, March 9, 2012

My book covers are on this site

A big thank you to Sheila Stewart.  I am a guest on her blog.  She has featured all my books on her blog  Please check them out

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Silver Shorts update

I just wanted to update my readers about my Silver Shorts story.   I made a boo boo when I thought it was supposed to be posted this week.  I found out that it will not be posted until next Weds.   I am waiting for it to be looked over by someone at Silver and then I'll be posting next week.

In the meantime here is a little tease.

The prompt I am using is  I hadn't realized my driver's license expired officer...

Ticket To Ride-by Lily Sawyer

Joe Miller got some good news,  he was made partner in a law firm and treated himself to a brand new Audi.   He wants to really see what his new baby can do so he takes him down towards the beach, to what he thinks is a deserted road.  He enjoys the feel of his powerful car, everything is going so well until he sees the flash of lights of a patrol car behind him and he has to face the strong arm of the law (that isn't the only thing that is strong on him)

Coming next week 

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Wednesday Briefs

Sorry, gang,  I didn't write a Weds Briefs this week.  But I did write a Silver Shorts but I have not heard back from the editor.   When I do I will be sure to post it.   

In the meantime here are the authors who did write a Wed Briefs

Nephylim    m/m
RC Donitz     m/f
Sara York     m/m
Julie Lynn Hayes m/m


Sunday, March 4, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday

This week my Six Sentence Sunday is from my book  "Love on the East End"    I love Long Island, it is where I was born and raised.  I didn't live on the east end but I when I was out there I loved it. 

“Will, you don’t waste any time,” he said while trying to catch his breath between kisses.

“I told you I’d be collecting on that rain check.” William laid his hands on Gabriel’s cheeks and captured his lips again.  Gabriel was rubbing his body against the front of his pants, showing the evidence of their desire for one another. 

William began to walk them back towards the kitchen, never once breaking their hold.  
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Saturday, March 3, 2012

New Release from Nathan Morissey

 I wanted to let everyone know about my friend and fellow writer's new release.  Please read more about it below.  It is a very well written story.  

Rainbows All Around Us

Dear friends,

I'm pleased to announce that I have finished writing Rainbows All Around Us, a gay love story.

Here's the blurb:

Deeply closeted and lonely, Justin spirals into a depression when he has no one to turn to. When compassionate and sexy Lucas enters the picture, he changes Justin into a confident and happy young gay man. But tragedy strikes when Lucas gets involved in the gay rights movement and attracts homophobic bigots. Can Justin protect his true love? Or will they be torn apart forever?

Set amid the gay marriage movement, Rainbows All Around Us is an uplifting and inspirational gay love story about the difficulties of being both gay and masculine in the modern world, the importance of being yourself, and most importantly, the power of love to change your world.

Here's the link to it on Amazon:

Nathan Morissey