Really starting to slack on NaNoWriMo, and it shows. Trying to regenerate interest in this story that I’m writing, and just can’t do it for some reason. Plus, I have ‘acquired’ cold from someone and am feeling like crap, and work sucks, and finals are coming up, and mom is deserting me to go judge […]
I don’t like being reprimanded for doing my job. It makes me feel like a child, and not a member of a team. Although, I’m not really feeling very ‘team-like’ right now. I work from 3-7:30pm, Monday through Thursday. I am by myself from 4pm on, and often my co-workers leave early, closer to 3 […]
Most people would name Halloween as the scariest day of the year, or maybe Black Friday (which does come in a close second in my book, by the way). However, Halloween is NOT the scariest day of the year to me. November 1st scares me to death. Why? Because that’s the day that NaNoWriMo officially […]
High school bad girl and good boy. After her senior prom, they get together; maybe secretly marry. After the baby is born, she’s gone. Mother threatens to charge her with rape for underage relations. She goes and joins the military, but gives out that its to serve her country after 9/11 and to pay for […]
One week of sin is exactly what Amira Adams and Jacob Crawford need. One week to get away from the world at the exclusive, private, adults only resort posing as a couples retreat. People are paired off, and instead of a contract, they sign a ‘marriage’ license together, as well as individual private agreements. The […]
Amelia Maxxwell wakes up in a hospital in Heartwood, Washington The detective, doctor, and man driving the truck are all there. The doctor asks her basic questions, and then tells her the answers when she doesn’t remember. She wants to correct the pronunciation of her name, but doesn’t know why. Her cousin, Piper, comes in […]
“Josh.” She had come, just like he knew she would. He waited, knowing somehow that this was all a dream but still wanting to take what he could. Serena Mitchell was trouble and unattainable, but in his dreams she was everything.
She stretched sinuously beneath him, almost purring with delight as he settled into her. Keeping most of his weight on his arms, he leaned down to kiss her, a long, lazy exchange of tongue and breath—a prelude and preparation for what was to come.
Merlin approached the prince’s quarters with some trepidation. He had never returned to complete his evening chores, assuming that the king and prince would want some privacy. And he had been half-right; Arthur hadn’t sent a servant after him, but coming upon Uther prowling around in Gaius’ chambers and the resulting awkward conversation/threat had left […]
He watched the sunlight glint off of her hair and face, bathing her in the morning glory. She offered a hesitant half-smile, clearly uncomfortable in the prolonged silence and under the intensity of his gaze. When he leaned down and gently pressed his lips to hers, he didn’t know who was more surprised. He supposed […]