Koal: out of the closet!

I’ve added a new story to Koal: The Adventures of Me and Martha Jane, but before you go reading that (ha!), a few words…

Good writing on the net is hard to come by. However, one kind of writing that the net has in excess (perhaps because of its lack of censorship, or because of its relative anonymity) is erotica… or to be blunt, porn stories. A great majority of these (perhaps > 99%) is wham-bam porn. A few gems surface every now and then, but simply because of the extent of erotica that the net has produced over the years, the number of good sexual stories far exceeds the number of good non-sexual ones. That’s not to say all sexual writing on the net is good, but as a personal observation, I’ve found this rule to be valid through and through (it has changed a lot in very recent history though). Of course, good has no place in Koal, but there are a few great works too… <g>

One of the sweetest authors I’ve read is SJR. From the moment I read his story (sadly, he has only written one), I wanted to give something back, and this is my small way of paying tribute to this wondeful writer. If you are not offended by this sort of material, go on and read his story; if you have an open mind, I urge you to read it, it’s really that nice 😀

A personal note… “Coming out of the closet” is a relatively innocous term that has in recent history been accorded some distinctive other meanings. While the title of this blog doesn’t mean what the phrase means in popular lingo [no offense to you guys out there ;-)], this is still in some ways a coming out of the closet for me. Close friends will know what I’m talking about.

Btw, don’t tell me I didn’t warn you. And it has been gradual too… 😛

2 responses

  1. Nicce post thanks for sharing

  2. […] 14 years ago, I had simple ambitions to make a website for amateur writing. Then life got in the way until it didn’t, and Koal was reborn. Why I’m making Koal is intensely personal: reading is a big part of my life and a lot of what I’ve read—and some of the best bits—have been from amateur authors who are either nameless or forgotten. […]

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