I've just joined after receiving an invitation for the first three chapters of my WIP "Judette and Steve" to be posted here. I had been writing vampire themed works for my own amusement for some time, and have been researching and sketching out an idea I had for a short story and/or novel. Due to some circumstances in my life, my interest in all things TG has increased, and I started writing pieces with TG themes as well. I have written the lion's share of a TG love story which, should my dream come true, would see publication some day. Although my talent may be limited, I think that the message is important. That message, which appears in most of my work (other than some horror pieces) concerns the redemptive power of love.
I've only recently started to submit things here at DA, and have been encouraged by some of the responses I've received. Please, please, please let me know if there are any areas in which I can improve."Judette and Steve" is up to chapter 5, although I'm afraid I've posted them to the wrong section as the first three chapters appear in the "Stories" folder, while the last two are in the "Featured" folder. Sorry about that. I don't think that I have the admin rights necessary to fix that, and don't want to muck things up by trying.
Before I sign off, I am willing to entertain suggestions from members for a vignette or story that anyone would like to see. I have a collection of images that I have used for inspiration, although now that I'm putting them out there for the public I am having to research their origin so I can give proper credit for the original artist, or not run afoul of any copyright issues. Or, if you prefer, you can send me a photograph or piece of artwork and I'll see what I can do. If it may help, other areas I've written about include: vampires, demons, Cthulhu, aliens, conversion (of various sorts, including gender transformations of a non-medical nature), teen/college first TG love, mature TG first love, and other relationships, such as my continuing story "Quartet".
Thanks for the invite and the acceptance.