Amber Lynn Kain

You're Beautiful

Hiya,

This time I'm going to recommend another K-drama (subtitled) called You're Beautiful. It is about a fictitious k-pop boy band who is getting a new member, however, "Go Mi Nam" is stuck in American and cannot sign the contract. His "twin" sister, played by Park Hye Shin, lives in a convent is convinced by the brother's manager to pose as the brother to sign the paperwork. Ok, you ask why just not fax or email the contract...but then where would the story go? The story doesn't end there but the girl must pretend to be her brother until he returns.

Compliment or a pick up?

Hiya!

Ok, I was sitting with a friend watching a k-drama (see blog 1) when I was hit with a craving for ice cream. I asked my friend if she wanted to go out for some. It being a balmy 16 degrees Fahrenheit she looked at me like I was crazy. She does this quite often but to be fair I look at her in the same way quite often.

I, personally, think she just didn't want to get out of her pjs. She said no but I could bring her back a hot fudge sundae. I had splurged for lunch (Chinese) so I might as well buy dessert too.

First time!

Hi all!

First time blog so be gentle...unless you like it rough than I'm ok with that too.

I've recently become a fan of Koean tv better known as K-dramas due to Netflix. They are listed as tv series but they are what we would consider mini series. Most are the very clean type that could be shown during family hour in the U.S. I want to mention a few I thought you maybe interested in.

Mission Impossible Part 10

EPILOGUE

“Colonel Washington, you state that you are now receiving prime intelligence from your source now embedded in the Columbian drug cartel. Is that correct?”

“That is correct Senator. Our operative is now relaying the cartel’s distribution plans and timetables to us. This provides us with the opportunity to locate and identify participants in the smuggling operations and ascertain the financial institutions they are using.”

Daughter of Mars Part 5

I silently cursed myself for the predicament Lay Thee and I now found ourselves in. If I had flown at a higher altitude and at a quicker pace we may have passed unnoticed. Instead our aircraft was downed by a lone shot; we were captured after being paralyzed by toxic darts then carried to the water’s edge to be loaded on to a flat barge, where our captors begin to pole the large raft across the moor’s black water. Although I no longer possessed the ability to move due to the darts venom, I retained my facilities and I examined those who held us prisoner.

Daughter of Mars Part 4

Daughter of Mars Part 4

Captain Andrew Ross USAF, whose brain has been transplanted into the body of the beautiful red Martian princess, Vali Dar, has been attacked by an assassin but complications arise when she wants to learn to defend herself.

The story is written as pulp fiction and is an attempt to copy the writing style of the early twentieth century. As in most of Edgar Rice Burroughs stories, the heroes are strong, faithful, and valiant; the women are beautiful, virtuous, and adored; while the villains are cruel, cowardly,and despicably evil.

In the end good always triumphs over evil.

Daughter of Mars Part 3


Daughter of Mars
Part 3

Captain Andrew Ross USAF, whose brain has been transplanted into the body of the beautiful red Martian princess, Vali Dar, has been attacked by an assassin but complications arise when she wants to learn to defend herself.

The story is written as pulp fiction and is an attempt to copy the writing style of the early twentieth century. As in most of Edgar Rice Burroughs stories, the heroes are strong, faithful, and valiant; the women are beautiful, virtuous, and adored; while the villains are cruel, cowardly,and despicably evil.

In the end good always triumphs over evil.

Daughter of Mars Part 2

Daughter of Mars
Part 2

by Amber Lynn Kain

Copyright  © 2012 Amber Lynn Kain

The story continues of the Captain Andrew Ross USAF, who mortally wounded was transported to Mars. There he is rescued by the most brilliant scientist on Mars. His mind transplanted into the body of a beautiful girl, he learns enemies are everywhere.

The story is written as pulp fiction and is an attempt to copy the writing style of the early twentieth century. As in most of Edgar Rice Burroughs stories, the heroes are strong, faithful, and valiant; the women are beautiful, virtuous, and adored; while the villains are cruel, cowardly,and despicably evil.

In the end good always triumphs over evil.

Daughter of Mars

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Most people know the name Edgar Rice Burroughs from his most popular character "TARZAN". Burroughs did have several other characters with John Carter being his first, appearing in a serialized story in a 1912 pulp magazine called The All-Story under the title Under the Moons of Mars. The story was renamed and published as a book called A Princess of Mars. Now out of copyright, the first five books are seeing adaptations of ERBs first hero.

The story is written as pulp fiction and is an attempt to copy the writing style of the early twentieth century. As in most of ERB stories, the heroes are strong, faithful, and valiant; the women are beautiful, virtuous, and adored; while the villians are cruel, cowardly, and despicably evil. In the end good always triumphs over evil.

Mission Impossible? Part 9

Mission Impossible?

Chapter 13

“I’m sure the DEA or CIA will be more than happy to give us a tracking device for Amber to wear the next time she goes out with Corazon” the blonde major thought aloud.

“It was a spur of the moment decision that he took me. I happened to bump into Angel as he slipped out dressed as hotel maintenance.”

“Yes, and you put yourself in danger,” Logan snapped.

“I was in no danger,” the young operative replied.

Mission Impossible? Part 8

Chapter 12

Amber exited the Miami freeway, driving onto the main thoroughfare where Angel’s hotel was located. Manuel instructed her to cruise slowly past the plush hotel into a parking lot; there to circle back then park on the opposite side of the street. The pair silently sat scanning the area and vehicles along side the building’s art deco facade searching for signs of other assassins.

Mission Impossible? Part 7

Mission Impossible?

Chapter 11

Amber smiled pleasantly at the neat but slightly overweight woman behind the desk noticing her name tag read Monica. The front desk clerk quickly typed on the keyboard to retrieve the information from her workstation.

“I see Mr. Rienholt is poolside with the Birds. Are you familiar with the hotel?” The front desk clerk asked.

“No, this my first visit.”

“Diego will escort you. Diego, please escort the lady to cabana 15. Have a pleasant day Miss.”

“Thank you, Monica.”

How much research?

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Hiya,

I was wondering how many of you do research for your stories? How much research do you generally do when putting details into your stories? I do research for details I add to my stories, like street names, notable places in the locales my characters are in, etc. Do you do this, or do you work around these type of details?

thanks,

Amberlynn

Mission Impossible? Part 6

Chapter 10

“We are waiting, princess,” Tad shouted from a table in the center of the deserted nightclub.

A very un-lady like retort came to mind; Amber bit her lip. She simply tugged at her mini skirt’s hem once more then she jogged from the dressing room out to center stage. Her crimson crop top with white piping proudly displayed the team name Cavaliers in bold white script across her chest while the low-rise matching skirt barely covered her red spandex undies. Red laces tied her white tennis shoes and a blonde wig fell in waves similar to Carrie Underwood.

Mission Impossible? Part 5

Mission Impossible?

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Chapter 9

Amber woke slowly; her mouth felt like an aspirin bottle–dry and stuffed with cotton. She moaned, sat up, and pushed her hair out of her face. She wanted to retch. She moved to the edge of the bed, forced herself to stand and stumbled her way into the bathroom where she splashed cold water on her face to help her focus.

Using Photos with your stories. Any issues with copywrite enfringement?

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I have recently started posting on BC and my stories include images I have found on Google Images. I believe that all the images I have used have no photo credit. However, I am willing to give credit. Has anyone heard of or experience any type of issues with copywrite enfringements with their story? Any thoughts or advice?

Mission Impossible? Part 4

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Angel watched Amber fawn over the dancers on the floor below a few moments; his fingers stroked his thin moustache and then he cocked his head to the right slightly. His eyes flowed up Amber’s legs to her mini skirt’s hem and continued up her thighs as she leaned farther out to look at the crowd. Angel’s eyes traveled up her slim body to where her t-shirt fitted tightly over her pert breasts. He took another long sip of his beer.

Mission Impossible? Part 3

Mission Impossible?

Chapter 7

Amber sat back, closed her eyes, and hoped it would be over soon. A technician with spiked hair quickly and expertly plucked Amber's eyebrows into two feminine arches. She stood back and looked at Major Brewer, for approval.

"Great job. Very nice," Major Brewer said.

"Let me see. Oh Clare, you always leave a little too much on the end. Clean it up here and here," the makeup artist said.

"Yes, Bobbi," the girl said.

Mission Impossible? Part 2

Mission Impossible?

Chapter 4

The Major gave the CID officer a harsh look and stood up. She tossed her blonde hair back and walked toward the hotel door. Amber and the CID officer walked behind her out the door and to the black government sedan in the parking lot. The Intelligence officer opened a rear door and Amber was pushed into the back seat. Amber's head dropped to her hands and she began to cry. The man slammed the door shut and turned to face his partner.

Mission Impossible? Part 1

Mission Impossible?

by Amber Lynn Kain

The yellow, convertible Mustang cruised along the straight stretch of highway, eating the miles. The 302 hummed quietly; its owner took very good care of the car. While not mechanically inclined, he appreciated a fine tuned machine. Arron made sure his "stang" was cared for. He smiled, turned up the CD player louder and pushed down on the gas pedal.

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