I've been out of the Lair this week, you may have noticed. I've been doing some writing for "vanilla" journals and anthologies, hoping to make a sale or two of some short stories. I've got no idea whether they'll get picked up, and I'm simultaneously proud of what I've written and plagued by self-doubt! Time … Continue reading SoSS #4- 20/07/2019
Though I started out the week on top of my reading, I suddenly noticed that there weren't many people posting towards the end of the week. Summer holidays? A come-down after Every Damn Day in June, perhaps? No. Somehow and for some reason, my notifications had switched themselves off! Well, I think - I hope … Continue reading SoSS #3- 13/07/2019
Another week, and another SoSSpost. I've been a bit slow on catching up on my reading this week, but with such fantastic work being posted, I've still had plenty of material for this, my second SoSS. Last Sunday saw the final day of Every Damn Day in June. Well done to everyone who took part; … Continue reading SoSS #2: 06/07/2019
Well, today is the very last day of the month and, thus, the final day of Every Damn Day in June for 2019. And I am proud to say that I made it through without missing a day! Some days were easier than others, and I had lots of content to post. But other days … Continue reading Reflections on Every Damn Day in June 2019
I've so enjoyed reading everyone's #SoSS posts, (and been very flattered to be included in some of them), so I wanted to join the fun and start sharing some of my favourites from this week. Some made me horny, some made me laugh, and some made me think. A couple made me cry, and it … Continue reading SoSS #1: 29/06/2019
Feel so inspired Like your penis is my muse The words tumble out.
When it comes to writing, be it for business or for pleasure, I have a tendancy toward verbal diarrhoea. Though I may be more like the silent type in face-to-face conversations, when behind a keyboard I am someone who, while she may not have kissed the Blarney Stone, certainly gave it rather a heavy massage … Continue reading EDDiJ- Observations from 13 days in….