To many of you, Chris McClennan won’t need an introduction, but since he is not writing nearly enough these days – on his blog that is, because I know he’s still very busy with writing – others might not know him. I am definitely biased, as I am a fan of his writing, but Chris is a fabulous author. His Savannah series still is one of my favorites, but I also love when he writers humor, like his stories about Fifi. You can find some of his stories on his blog, and also follow him on Twitter. And who knows, maybe we can lure him back into posting on his blog regularly again, even if it’s about Klingons!

Top 3 for week 466 by Chris McClennan

Not my first time doing this, obviously, but I wanted to share my disappointment. There is not a single bawdy story among this week’s entries about Klingons. Have I taught you people nothing?

At least, that was what my first draft said. Marie said I couldn’t write that as it wasn’t positive enough. She has also turned down my suggestion of Klingon Erotica as a prompt.

With this in mind, I will take a long sip of rum and pick three in the most positive way that I know how.

Pleasure Can Be Found in So Many Ways – Posy Churchgate
This was such fun, never mind accurate. A marketing technique is taken to a pleasurable end. For the record, I like the last letter best; the ears are one of the entryways to the mind, and there is no larger organ in control of pleasure.
In future, might I suggest adding in a K somewhere? You know, for Klingon.

Paying a Debt – Life of a Kinky Wife
A perfect combination of soya sauce, bucking hips, and hippopotamuses. Gentle and erotic instructions lead to success in paying this debt.
It makes me think of the Klingon word, Qapla’. I’m sure you all see the connection.

Pleasure – F Dot Leonora
A show with romance, memories, and guests from the past. Red lipstick is a beautiful symbol for where I sense this continuing story heading.
And there are no Klingon characters in this story. No judgment; just an observation.

Prompt

In April 2013 the prompt was:

Take a comment that has been left on one of your blog posts and turn it into a new blog post.

~ Prompt #48

It’s time to revisit that prompt.

Sometimes something in a comment sparks new thoughts, making you want to revisit the subject. Other times it’s not even about revisiting the subject, but just a new idea that sparked from the comment. Share whatever comment has inspired your new post.

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6 thoughts on “Prompt #467: Comments

  1. Delighted to have been picked in the top 3 round-up. I hadn’t initially thought of my post as a marketing tool, but yeah I do have a tendency to link back to older posts to demonstrate my point. I’ve had such a week I have put off reading other entries till this weekend, now I know which ones to read first.

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