I forgot my password! What do I do now?
To recover a lost password, click here and enter the e-mail address with which you registered. Your password will be sent to you shortly.
I signed up to comment on your blog or registered in the gallery. Why doesn't that login work here as well?
Unfortunately, all three sections (gallery, blog and this fiction archive) run on three seperate databases. It would be complicated to get them all working together. Not to say I won't stop trying, after all, nothing is too good for my readers!!
What kinds of stories are here?
I write all kinds of stories, about all kinds of things, for all kinds of people. Think of this like a library, there will be some things here you love, and some things you don't particularly care for. Diversity is important. If you come across something you just can't stand, or feel strongly against, please just move on to more appropriate surroundings. If not here, the elsewhere on the web. Spend time enjoying things you like, not raging against things you don't.
How do I contact the site administrators?
You can e-mail me via this contact form. It doesn't even require an email client!
How do I stop those &$%#@ popups from appearing all the time?
Two ways. One, you can sign up for an account and turn off all warnings for a level and below. In any case, even as a guest, once you click on a popup, no other warnings for that age or below will appear during your current visit. I know those are pains, especially when right-clicking to open a story in a seperate tab/window, and I will try and find a workaround. Until then, please use either of the two available methods above.
How do I submit stories?
As this is a personal fiction site, no outside stories are able to be submitted. Feel free to register for added benefits: email updates, saved favorites, no age warnings(!) and commenting!
What are the ratings used on the site?
I use an internal ratings system, broken down into what I think is standard for All Ages, Teen (13), Mature (18) and Adult (21). As a habit, all ratings tend to be a little stonger than might be needed. Also be aware there are usually no warnings on each story as to the content (character death, violence, smoop). I hope I am a strong enough writer to be enjoyable despite the content.
So, wait, you're a male slash writer? For real?