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Thanks to everyone who has sent money. We really depend on you, more than you know. :)

Thanks for any amount you can send. All contributions are very welcome. Thanks a great deal to all who have previously contributed here or for Piper's apartment needs, or paid for a membership at Patreon or Hatbox.


Many thanks!

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2024 New Year's Contest

If you click on 2024-01 January - New Year's Resolution Story Contest above, you will see a list of the entries.

Contest Closed for entries.

Please post your choices for top three stories and possibly win $50.

Start the New Year right by participating in Jill, Emma, and Joanne’s writing contest!

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Sledgehammer by me from DopplerPress on Amazon

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Sledgehammer on Kindle

  

This is the same story that's been in the Hatbox for some time, now released with new editing and a new cover on Amazon. The story of Jake and Cody, friends--and Freds--for a lifetime. See story for joke about the Freds.

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Erin

Hatbox funds needed - Today

Cash contributions from our members are how we keep BigCloset operating.

Company account was down to basically $0

If bills hit, we will overdraft.

Amazon is supposed to pay us tonight, but my stomach is cramping now with anxiety about this.

Please, If you can help, it will be appreciated.

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Erin, Piper, Jamie, Cat and the rest of the crew

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The Last Holidays - Kindle eBook by Grover Young

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Craig is one of Earth's bio-engineered soldiers in a war against an alien invasion. Unfortunately, when he uses his powers, he turns female. Now Halcyon has to deal with invaders and with Craig's girlfriend's preference for his female self! On top of that, Earth is losing the war.... There must be another way to deal with the conflict or the world will run out of holidays—forever!

The Last Holidays

How much fun can a girl have?

So I was having some pain in a tooth that was damaged many years ago by a 2x4 and a truck axel. I went on vacation the beginning of April, and while on vacation, I started having more and more pain, and even started getting daily headaches. To make a long story short, I had an abscess in the gum, and the infection was causing bone loss. Now, I've got a nice 2 tooth gap in my mouth, and I keep sing "all I want for Christmas is my two front teeth."

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too many characters?

I have an idea for the 25th anniversary story contest. The problem for me is that it will mean writing twenty or more characters. I don't like writing "spear carriers". I try to have some feeling of every person in the story even if it isn't obvious (Did anyone catch the leather biker's "craft" magazine in The Worst Day?). I'm afraid of having four people and a bunch of cutouts. That's the kind of story I have trouble finishing. How do any of you deal with making secondary characters real?

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As the years roll by...

There are a number of unfinished stories here that I would dearly love to see completed. As the years roll by, however, there are two for which I constantly look for status updates and new episodes; Catwalk Confidence by Connie Alexander and Sarah Carerra by Megan Campbell.

Kelly Shannon Driscoll

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May 2024 25th Anniversary Contest: Just Over 3 Weeks Left!

The contest is now live! You can find the tag above, and I'm excited to see your entries!

For many of us BCTS is a huge part of our lives, or has helped us pull through rough times thanks to the community and stories the site has helped to foster.

Well, what better way to show our appreciation of that than a 25th anniversary contest?

Yep, that's right -- BigCloset turns 25 in June! And to celebrate, we want to give back to the community with some prizes and a contest.

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Story Suggestions

It's just after 3:30 am here, so around 11:30 am in the UK, and I'm thinking about some of the stories I have most enjoyed. Of course, it goes without saying that "Bike" is one. "Twice Removed" was another. "Somewhere Else Entirely" is one... My mind is too foggy this time of day for perfect recall of dozens of others... "Deception Of Choice" came at a time when I needed it and it probably saved my life. Stories of 'Pete' have provided a welcome distraction.

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Reading recomendation: The Opus Magnus of Teddie S.

After having shared on one of the first “BCTS Recommends” at the start of this year (2024) among others the Opus Magnus of Teddie S. with the title Tommy - The Trials and Tribulations of a Girl?, I decided to dig up this story and re-read it. It is truly a Opus Magnus, counting 253 chapters and approximately 1,400,000 words. So buckle up for the long haul!

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Long Time coming.

I’ve been on BCTS for just over 8 years now. I’ve been here through the struggles, I’ve seen a lot. I’ve met a lot of people in this community and tried my hand at writing and never really got the feel for it.

This post is one I really didn’t want to ever have to make. But as I sit here typing this up at past 1 am this morning, reminiscing about all the things I tried to do and failed. I’ve made friends and I have my enemies. Newer people probably don’t even know who I am and that’s ok with me. Im from a different era of the site.

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Bryony Marsh, "The Color of Deception".

I just don't know how to make my praise of this work any more sincere. It has taken me more than perhaps a fortnight to read this and I just finished it at 04:30 AM PDT on 5/8/2024.

I've often cried at times, even solidly wept... when I've read some works.

This time when it finished I was laughing at the prose, and the artwork was absolutely fabulous and adorable.

Thank you so much Bryony Marsh. I wish I had personally known you, though there is surely a bit of yourself here.

Blessings to you.

Gwen Brown (Boucher)

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Explicit TG Stories

Not sure where this is going

Lately my rough drafts are XXX, and I am unsure that do do with them. It used to work to edit the porn out of them but somehow that seems to rip their heart out.

I am going to take a look at publishing some stories at Literotica as "Missykateti" to see what happens. This is not me throwing a fit, breaking all the dishes and throwing pots and pans.

I'll see what happens; maybe nothing.

Gwen

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Cant remember the Title or Author


SPOILER ALERT

I am looking for a story, though all i can remember is that, it is set during WW2, MC is a Military Officer, used as translator by both Germans and allies,

MC, Hides in village house, German/fFrench border???, in wardrobe???

MC, uses the only civilian clothes available, female

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Meagan's Tail ch 14..Pixie in trouble is up

Well after a long dry spell I got one new chapter up and now we find out the Lab made Pixie's fate....we all know the Drow hate her for even existing. so what planes do they have for her and keeping her alive....for now

go forth and read...comment PLEASE!
have fun all!

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Please reissue complete books!

I don't know if I am unique, but I am not keen on books being issued a chapter at a time. I want a good read, not having to wait for hours or days for the next installment. I know that there are some stories where there is no ending and like Soap Operas go on for ever and ever; and I know that Charles Dickens published many of his books in parts, and I am sure that many people enjoy this format, but when a story really is finished; I would love it if the author would repost it as a complete story.

Anyone else feel the same way?

Columbine

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Request help rememberinng a book...

This is a non TG Book, but in the Fantasy genre. All I remember is the covers and the basic premise of the book. The first book has a woman in a green dress playing a violin. The second has her in a white shirt and black leggings with a red sash around her waist, with a violin bow in her hand.
This story surrounds the girl as she learns she can use magic, which is forbidden and she ends up running away from the school she is at. In the second book she helps lead the magic users in a revolt from the "Clergy", I think. Any help would be appreciated.

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"Your Wings Are Beautiful"

I started reading "Your Wings Are Beautiful" by Kalista and found it went 4 chapters and no more. :( The protagonist did not get wings, and did not get out of the Castle. Not sure if this was a gender change story.

In my subsequent research, the author revealed that by day, they were a bike delivery person by day, and an aspiring actor at night.

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Dominic Dances

For a pretty long while, I've been struggling to figure out what happens next in my story, "Dominic and the Daddy Domme". After starting and scrapping a couple of ideas, I decided to see if an AI generated story could give me some useful inspiration. While the story generated went in a completely different direction than I'd expected, I liked how it came out, so I thought I'd share a sorta alternate world version of Dominic and the Daddy Domme. Enjoy!

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Outsiders Not Welcome

I think that I have been a member at BCTS for 20 years, perhaps longer. Until the last several years, I felt like what happened here literally saved my life, and I thanked the site in kind. My stories never garnered much attention in readership, votes or comments. It hurt like hell to have that happen. I put my heart and soul into those stories. I will say that my writing provided a way to vent that I needed.

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Pretend, or Fake Princess

A few years ago, perhaps before Covic, I had been reading a story called something like "Pretend Princess", or "Fake Princess". Today, I remembered it and tried to use the BCTS search engine to find it so I could see if there were further chapters. The search engine indicated that it had "timed out", whatever that is. There had been a few chapters but it stopped, uncompleted. I can't remember the name of the author. I wonder what to do now?

Gwen

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Bike (Easy As Falling Off variety)

I know that self-recommendation is no recommendation, or at least so my mother used to say, but I was recently asked a question about Bike which involved reading fifty or so episodes to answer. Now I know Bike has it's fans and many more who would probably enjoy it but are frightened of its length.

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The White Wolf

Written by Barbara Allan, "The White Wolf".
I thought I had read it years ago, but don't find evidence of it. I got part way through Ch. 1 but it hits too close to home. It seems to be a good story. The grammar is not perfect.

The story alludes to the idea of Native American Two Spirit, and their flavor of spiritualism. It explores the Native American philosophy about animals.

I'm trying to avoid involvement in gender switch writing or stories. Two or Three decades of that is more than too much.

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Maiden by Decree ???

I was thinking about old stories that I loved and was reminded of Maiden by Decree by Maggie Finson.

Does anyone know where that story now lives? I think it was not at BCTS when I first read it, but I cannot remember where it was or even if the site is still around. I doubt it is.

Also, is there a list of where to find the Caregiver stories? It was not a long run like Whately, but it was a nice Universe that I dearly loved.

Thanks in advance,
Cassie Ellen

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Charlotte's Tale

I have recently reread this story that I last posted a new episode about eight years ago. Over the course of it I had many lovely comments but in the last one there were many asking for me to conclude it. It has some quite powerful chapters and it took me a lot of effort and energy to write, I thought I left it with a reasonable ending but accept some like everything done and dusted. There is a lot of me in the story and I don't want to spend hours and find no one reads a final chapter, plus it will take a while to write and to get in touch with the characters.

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Panty Club 3 by Daring Diane

It's been a while, but I'm happy to announce the publication of a new book.
This is the third book in the Panty Club series which began as an entry in a story contest on Big closet.

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It is available on Amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0D1PNQ6KN

Thank you to all my readers.
Daring Diane

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Female Military Officers In Gowns

Reading another of Anne McCaffery's tales, Sassenach Pirate Planet where a senior female naval officer in a space fleet attends a dinner in what seems to be described as a Victorian era ball gown. As one might expect, the different space vessels use present day Naval designations Interesting. And they are using FTL propulsion. All this makes for fun fiction but is impossible by present day standards.

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Keeping in touch with friends……..

Recently, Willow Dancer posted a blog reminding us all of the fourth anniversary of the disappearance of Elsbeth, a much loved author on this site. Like many, I followed her work religiously - especially her stories The Lost Queen and Frejya’s Daughters.

Four years ago this week was her last posting. During the height of Covid, while many of us were stuck at home living vicariously through her wonderful writing, she was still hard at work. Until she wasn’t.

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