JRyter: Blog

LOST WORDS ARE NEVER FOUND

May 26, 2017
Posted at 12:15 pm
Updated: May 27, 2017 - 4:23 am
 

At the time, some of those new lines were my best by far.
Yet now, my mind draws blanks, as does the long black bar
I rush to jot down those words which just came to me
I try hard, but I cannot put them on screen for my eyes to see.

No matter how hard I try to grasp them, the words slip away
How was it, that once I had stories in my head forever to stay
The pictures I drew on those lines, may have been some of my best
Now I'll never know, for those too, have faded away like the rest

For years words of my Tall Tales flowed from my rambling mind
At times, I had to stop and let my scrambled thoughts unwind
Now I stare at my mindless keys - why they don't remember
The fun times we shared all those years, January through December

The Story Teller has lost his way, there are no maps to his home
This one's on him, he'll have to blaze a new trail,
All the old trails are gone

Maybe one day he'll saddle up again,
To rekindle his Tall Tales around a campfire
But don't hold your breath, his best days are gone
And as youth fades, so does his story telling desire...

JRyter

“SHOCKWAVE”

March 10, 2017
Posted at 9:41 am
Updated: June 28, 2017 - 5:07 pm
 

In the near future, a Shockwave will come to Storiesonline.

Shockwave is a Sci-Fi tale concerning a meteor which

enters the Milky Way Galaxy through an obscure Worm Hole.

Inside The Milky Way, the meteor stays its course, entering
Earth's Solar System.

Traveling faster than the speed of light, the meteor enters
Earth's atmosphere undetected, as it streaks across the North
American Continent on a direct path to the western plains.

Traveling the last miles of its journey at one hundred feet above
and perfectly parallel to Earth's surface, it slows to a crawl,
as it glows eerily...

Defying Earth's gravity, mysteriously protected against the extreme atmospheric friction normally associated with a meteor of this size, upon entering Earth's atmosphere - this glowing red sphere of indestructible alien matter roars along as if guided to a perfectly predetermined destination, avoiding the usual explosions caused by such Earth shattering cosmic events.

Though there are no explosions, there is a devastating Shockwave
ahead of it, with a narrow path of destructive heatwave left in its wake.

Whether by Divine Alien Navigation or by chance - the destination
on Earth - happens to be a two-hundred acre lake located in central Oklahoma on a peaceful, isolated property … Lightfoot Ranch.

Lightfoot Ranch is owned and operated by - Boyd Elliott Lightfoot - and his wife - Savana Creekmore Lightfoot.

Mysterious physical effects caused by direct contact with the meteorite, begin to immediately affect Boyd, and to some extent, his wife, Savana.

Long-term changes will eventually affect Boyd's offspring as they inherit his phenomenal powers.

Many abnormal discoveries are beyond the imagination of Science
Professor, Dr. Adam Richards and his daughter, Dr. Andrea Richards - friends of Savana's from Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

These extraordinary discoveries become so phenomenal in nature,

the four of them feel compelled to notify the CIA and The Pentagon, before they, themselves are investigated in the wake of more and more sightings of mysterious flying creatures, and recurring incidents of Supersonic Shockwave...

TAGS:

: Slow

: Fiction

: Sci-Fi

: Some Sex

: Harem

: Pregnancy

: Violence

: Superhero

: ESP

: Terrorism

: Military

: Nudism

Next Door Neighbors 4

March 1, 2017
Posted at 12:14 pm
 

Chapter 1

Derek Cutter has come to grips with living in a new town. He has met and made friends with most of the neighborhood girls his age, and many of the women too. Now, a Japanese family is living on his block and his Dad introduces Derek to them. As always, Derek is in demand when there are girls and women around. He has his first date, with a widow who lives on his block. He has some very odd proposals from his new friends. Proposals which could make him a young millionaire.

I THANK YOU

October 25, 2016
Posted at 12:37 pm
Updated: January 28, 2017 - 9:05 am
 

To all of you who stepped up to let your voices

be heard, not just on my behalf, but on behalf

of all writers/authors/storytellers - I THANK YOU.


I have apologized to Lazeez for causing such a

firestorm. He told me that it was good to hear

from me. That was good enough for me.


Honestly... believe me when I tell you, I never

meant to cause this much uproar. But - now that

it's out in the open, we can look forward to the

changes Lazeez is putting into place to help us

control some of the abuse to us and others like

us.


As for me, I am still here and I am humbled by

the support of this amazing group of authors/

writers/readers - and all members of the SOL

community.


I don't know anything about you, but I know

myself well. When I spend weeks and months

researching and putting into words an idea I

had in my head, to make a story out of that

garbled mess, it becomes personal to me.


It grows on me and I try to make it the best I

can. When someone attacks me or that tale,

they have insulted me. Not just my work, but

me personally. After a while, I get tired of

turning the other cheek, and this is what happens.


Though I'm not ready to post anything just yet,

I do have stories in progress. Maybe by the time

I'm ready to start posting, my stories will ready.


Thank you again, each and every one of you...

for your support of SOL, me, and others like me.


JRyter

That just about does it... don't it?

October 24, 2016
Posted at 6:15 am
Updated: January 28, 2017 - 9:03 am
 

Well, for me it does - for the time being - at least.


I have just finished posting my fortieth (40th) tale on

Stories Online. I began posting this story on Sept. 29,

2016 and as soon as it was on the boards, I was hit

with a '1-2-3-bomb', then I was hit with a nasty email.


That was when I added to the description of the story,

that I may not post the remaining chapters. My friend

and editor/proofreader - Amigo, contacted me and asked

me not to pull the story, that he thought it had merit.

I left it up and now it has been posted in its entirety.


This happened a week before Jay Cantrell posted in his blog

about the nasty emails and crude response to a story of his,

on Oct. 07, 2016


I thought I was the only one. Yet it doesn't make me feel

better, knowing I'm not alone. Something has happened here

and it wasn't overnight either. I have always taken mortar

rounds on my erotic stories. Now, it really bother me, because

I get hit from start to finish of a new story, no matter what the

genre, and I'm tired of fighting it.


I'm nearing three million downloads and I'm not sure I'll ever

see that number... Not on my SOL tote-board anyway.


Nine years and five months after I started posting my first

story, here I am, ready to shut it down. My posting that is.

I still have stories in my head that I want to tell, and I have

more stories in the making as I write this. Putting my tall tales

into print is still fun to me. Posting them here for others to

read, has become so UN-FUN, here at SOL lately.


SOL has become a home for some of the most self-centered,

self-made, self-appointed, self-anointed, so-called, "Literary

Critics" ever assembled on a 'free erotic sex story site' that

I have ever seen. Either that, or there's one wannabe bad-ass

out there who has many, many email addresses.


Those of us who post stories here HAVE NO RIGHTS! We are at

the mercy of anyone who wants to take a swing at us, as if

we're punching bags. They get to write nasty emails, say

anything they want, then slam us with low scores without

leaving any justification as to why they thought the story

deserved such a low score. We have to assume the reader-

voter is a hater. But what does he/she hate? Is it the writer,

the story as a whole, or simply that there is sex in the story?

Isn't a 1-2-3-bomb, criticism of the lowest kind?


Sometimes I wonder if it/he/she even took the time to read

the chapter/story - or just went straight to the bottom and

left a pile of shit for us to smell.


Yet the reader/voter gets to dust his hands and walk away

with a shitty grin on his face, knowing that his unspoken

(re)mark really told us off, and we're left to wonder why.


COPIED FROM WIKIPEDIA:

In an online forum lacking face-to-face contact, constructive

criticism is rare. People criticize the style of writing and

grammar, and based on that, often make assumptions about the

person. They write without consideration for how their opinion

will be received, which is not consistent with the idea of

constructive criticism...


I don't give a damn how you MEANT your criticism to sound,

if it's not helpful and constructive... then it's DESTRUCTIVE!


What qualifies anyone here, to give free 'constructive

criticism' about another person's story, anyway? Are they

professional editors? If so, WTF are they doing here? Were

they not good enough to hold a REAL job? Have they ever

published a book? Have they even written a story and posted

it here? If they can't qualify any of the above, they have no

right to criticize another writer/author, just because they read

a lot and they like some stories/writers and don't like others.


Most of the criticism I have seen up until recently, has merely

been opinions as to how the 'so called critic' would have written

my story if he knew how to write. Now, there are some who

scream because they run across a 'sex scene'

- Oh For Goodness Sakes - how could anyone here be so

crude and offensive as to include SEX in a story posted on SOL?


Tell me this - who gave those guys permission to come

here in the first place, and throw slime at those of us who

post stories here for free? Are we supposed to just keep

moseying along like some bobble-head doll sitting on a

dash, as 'they' perch on the limb of a dead tree, waiting

for the next victim to bobble along so they can spew their

'constructive puke'?


If you fire back at them, they have all the ammo. Yes, they

have the high-powered, 'low score' smokeless powder and

'1-2-3-bombs' which will always bring you AND your spirits

down. This takes the fun out of telling a tale and posting it here.


When that happens, I don't care who you are, it-changes-you,

and it-changes-the-way-you-write. It takes the fun out of

something that started out as fun, for me anyway. A pastime

- not a commitment - of posting free stories here for others

to read.


My grandpa told me once... and believe me when I tell you,

once was all it took, "If you can't say something good about

a man, keep your damn mouth shut. Who gave you the right

to judge another man anyway?"


One last memo for you to keep in mind... I'm not here

asking for sympathy. I don't need it - and I don't want it.

I stand on my own two feet and I, alone answer for myself,

for the stories I post, and for the decisions I make.


To those of you who have faithfully followed my stories...

I Sincerely Thank You - I'm not telling you that I will never

be back - but - I AM taking a break and I reserve the right

to make a final decision at a later date after I've thought this

over. Yet, I have to be honest with you - at this point, I am

leaning more toward the exit sign, than I am toward an extended

stay in the break room. I need to tell you this too, while I'm at it,

I've downloaded zip files from SOL on each of my forty stories

... just in case.


Whether I decide to stay or leave - as of today, I have ceased

to allow voting on ALL my stories, nor will I accept feedback. I

refuse to read anymore of the insults that are thrown my way.

Though I'll always miss the encouraging and extremely kind

comments from 'most' of my readers.


Quoth The Raven - 'Nevermore'


To the Administrators and Webmasters of Stories Online,

I Sincerely Thank You - for allowing me to post my stories

here over the years, and for putting up with me when I had

petty complaints, and yes - who would have ever imagined -

when I griped about the voting/scoring system.


Please Sirs, if you will, leave the door unlocked on your side,

and I'll leave it unlocked on my side... you know, just in case?



That just about does it... don't it?


JRyter