Because my life is incredibly busy, I make sure that I have some kind of planning to get all my reading and writing (and editing!) done. I start reading Wicked Wednesday posts on Monday evening, but last week Monday there was no post linked. On Tuesday evening, I checked again and there still were no posts to read. I was shocked. Only then I realized that I haven’t been tweeting about the prompt. I immediately scheduled several tweets for the prompt, but this made me wonder… do you rely a lot on the tweets to remind you about the prompt, or were you all just late to write and link your posts? Are you subscribed (see sidebar) to new Wicked Wednesday posts? I would love to hear your answers to these questions…
But, for now, the top 3…
Pineapple, anyone by Lord Raven
Have you ever looked for specific signs while doing your shopping? Signs of someone who wants to make contact? Read this. You will never look at a pineapple in the same way again!
Seven Days Ago by Measha Stone
When I started reading this, I was looking for something weird, but go so caught up in the story that I forgot about the prompt. Frequently you read a story and see the twist coming. In this case, I didn’t see it until it happened. Great story, go read!
A darker shade of subspace by The Wank of the Day
Chloë writes a raw and open post about how her desires have progressed during her pregnancy, about what she craves, what she wants. The sheer honesty in her words makes this an outstanding post.
Are you a fan of zombie movies? If yes, why? If no, why not? Share your thoughts on zombies and for those of you who love to write zombie erotica… this is the moment to dazzle everyone!
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