Authors of the New Millennium

Give this article a read. If you are one of us, an independent author, you will like what A.D. Wayne has to say.



A.D. Wayne

The Internet saw the light of day on January 1st, 1983 when ARPANET espoused TCP/IP. It became the “all-network” and today’s Internet. It brought with it unlimited possibilities as it grew — one of them, a competition to the traditional entertainment.

Online Freedom

Just like many fields in entertainment, whether it is art, music, acting, or even writing, education can now be through the Internet. I took both traditional “going to school” art classes and online. It cost a fraction of the price, and I’ve learned more from workshops than I ever did by sitting in a class. Don’t let a building fool you when it comes to entertainment. Why? Because talent speaks for you. Your portfolio is your resume.

Art is subjective, all forms, including LITERATURE. It is not because you have a bachelor’s degree in creative writing that you are the next Stephen King. Just like it…

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Erotic Tales – The Embrace The Wild Fantasies

Sometimes we must embrace the darkness to see the light. Unique steamy, salacious stories. Carnal tales of passion, lust and sex. These novellas combine erotica with awareness, fusing strong feminine sexuality with female empowerment. These may very well be some of the most controversial stories of all time. Click on a picture and you will... Continue Reading →

Who Is Submissive, Who Is Dominant?

A short story exploring aspects of a dominant/submissive relationship to discover who really holds the power. Who am I? I am an independent, self-published teller of tales. I am an author of scarcely any renown. However, as a storyteller, I know who I am, and with that persona, I am both confident and... Continue Reading →

Excerpt From – For God (An Embrace The Wild Fantasy)

Ruby roamed the heavens for what she perceived to be about forty decades.................. ........took the shape of an angel. His wings fully spread, larger than any she had seen since arriving. They were beautifully adorned with gold and precious stones. He walked upon the ocean’s surface. Behind him, in the sky, for the first time... Continue Reading →

Flash Fiction: Indigo & Violet



Indigo & Violet

by SeanC.Wright-Neeley

Violet Jones stood scowling backstage in their dressing room. Her arms were folded tightly under her breasts. She refused to look at her husband, Indigo. “Baby, I know you’re mad,” he said, softly, “but can we talk about this after the show? They’re waiting for us, and the preceding act is nearly done.”

“I know,” she huffed, “but I’m even too upset to perform. What the hell’s the matter with you, loaning one of our best cumulus cloud chairs to your sister without discussing it with me first? It was a wedding present!”

“I’m sorry,” Indigo said, putting his hands on Violet’s shoulders from behind, “I truly am. Yes, I should have talked to you first, but Blue is family and she needed one. Hers turned cirrus; wispy. We have others. I figured we could spare one.”

There was a…

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A New Sci-Fi

A.D. Wayne

“Universal law is for lackeys. Context is for Kings,” is a quote from Star Trek Discovery. It was said by one of my favorite Star Trek characters of all time despite its short live glory in the show, Captain Gabriel Lorca. It is an understatement to say it inspired my entire sci-fi series.

One Quote Is One Series

When the news of Star Trek Discovery hitting the small screen spread, I jumped on the occasion to be its reviewer for The Geek Initiative. Glued to my television every Thursday, I needed to see what would happen next. Of course, many thought the show to be too different than its predecessors and violated what it represented.

I watched it with an opened mind. I do understand why many trekkers disliked it just as well as I understood why it attracted newer and younger viewers. The look in itself was above…

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