This year at Eroticon, I finally had the pleasure of meeting Jaime Mortimer, the man who has captured my attention with his school spanking story. Just like for many others, this is not the first time that Jaime is doing the roundup for Wicked Wednesday. He also did it for week 280 (read it here).
You can read Jaime’s stories on his blog, or follow him on Twitter.
Top 3 by Jaime Mortimer
“The grave’s a fine and private place,
But none, I think, do there embrace.”
Or so Andrew Marvell wrote in “To His Coy Mistress”. It seems that the writers of this week’s Wicked Wednesday disagree with him. Whole lot of embracin’ in cemeteries goin’ on!
I didn’t follow the “cemetery” prompt this week, but even I and my lefty girlfriend once had sex beside the grave of Sam Parnell, the first trade unionist in the world to win a forty-hour week for his union. We didn’t believe he’d get a touch of the life force from the fucking going on above, but it was still meant to do him honour. And his grave is indeed a fine and private place, and a pretty one.
Anyway, the contributions to this week’s Wicked Wednesday were just awesome. Every single one was a contender. Seriously. The quality was amazing.
So picking just three was… difficult.
But here are mine.
Taphophile by Kisungura
Taphophiles love cemeteries. And just occasionally, cemeteries love them back.
This is a beautifully written mix of creepiness and sex from My Controlled Ascent. Even the sap is sexy, which is a nice feature for us sapiosexuals.
Decease to Exist by Jayne Renault
Another sexy spinechiller, this time from Jayne Renault. A woman meets her very cool friend/lover. She dies, in the Elizabethan sense of orgasm: “I die! I die!” Or is it only in that sense?
As wailing for a demon lover goes, this is superb!
A Binding by Knkstriped
And knkstriped is one of those proud souls who stride forth regardless of the prompt because they have a story to tell and the time to tell it is now!
This is part of a series, but it’s also a climactic scene. I like the character’s interactions, and the way they reach the conclusion they were always, ahem, bound for. (Not that, I’m sure, the story is over; it’s just had a climax, that’s all.)
And finally, I just want to repeat this: there is a beautiful and creative range of approaches to the “cemeteries” theme, as well as independent stories. I recommend having a look through the lot!
Our senses register not only what we hear and see, but also what we smell, and just like sounds and visions are imprinted in our memories, smell is too. There are good smells and bad smells, triggering similar memories. Things that spring to mind are for example people who lost lots in a fire, and who have bad memories or even panic attacks when they smell something familiar. But also, memories of good times that flood back when you smell a familiar cologne or perfume. Tell us about scents that hold memories for you, or just about scents that you like, or maybe totally dislike?
As always you can also link stories that do not follow the prompt!
The roundup for this week’s prompt will be done by F Dot Leonora.
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