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It’s another Friday, it’s another Party!
Are you ready for this?
Yes, you are!
But, of course, before we get into the free micro-fiction, how’s about some pimpage?
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And now, on to our regularly scheduled drabble.
Lightest of Touches
A small flutter, barely perceptible. People walk past, unawares.
The lightest of touches, the sensation of breath on skin. Dry, warm, soft. A hand brushes thoughtlessly at a neck.
The eyes watch, careful not to be noticed, careful not to be seen. Careful. The eyes wait.
The man, strong, virile, a perfect specimen, strolls by, his phone in hand, hand to ear, his mouth moving continuously, loud, wanting to be noticed, wanting to be important, playing the roll, pretending.
The eyes, the flutter, the lightest of touches notices him. He will be important.
A busy corner, a gentle shove. Screams.
Disclaimer: Be aware. Be very aware.
That’s right, folks! I delve into the exciting, and deadly, world of business taxes! Get thee to an accountant! Let their black magic be worked upon thee!
I also talk about laundering. Actual laundry, not money. I let my accountant do all my money laundering. Wait…is this thing on?
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I am back from vacation! That means it’s time for some sexy, sexy drabble goodness! Grrrrrroooowwwlllll!
Yes, I did just do a tiger claw motion while I wrote that.
Where’d I go on vacation? Rocky Mountain High, y’all! First time in the Rockies. Uh-mazing! I grew up in Oregon, so I miss the big mountains. Loved the dry air.
But, now I’m home and it’s time to get back to the wordsmithing!
But, before we get to the 100 words of gold, let’s pimp!
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Now, on to the drabble!
My Right foot
Run, you moron, run!
Shit… Where’s my right foot? Shit!
Right foot gone. Suit sealing. Good. No loss of air. What’s that beeping? Okay, some loss of air.
Keep running! Less thinking, more moving, dipshit!
Kinda hard without a right foot. Really fucking hard without a right foot. Fast hobbling is my new thing. I’m the interstellar hobbler. Fuck.
What’s that sound? Where’d that come from? Left? Right? Up? Down?
Down! The damned thing is below me! Under the fucking ground!
Keep running (hobbling)!
Ship in ten meters. Seven. Five. Three. One. Hatch!
Shit… There goes the left foot.
Disclaimer: Take care of your feet, people!
In this episode I chat about my specific formula for writing a novel a month. Well, not really a month. Actually, it is a… Oh, just listen to the damn podcast!
And I talk about my Jeep. And other stuffs. I probably hate on social media.
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In the fifth episode of Writing In Suburbia, I discuss the juggling act of figuring out what to write next. I discuss the problem of committing to projects too soon which could lead to missing prime opportunities that haven’t shown up yet. It’s not a Catch-22, not a Sophie’s Choice, it’s a juggling act!
I also talk about cleaning the kitchen. Because that place gets gross.
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