Talk Dirty


The third erotic journal challenge prompt is dirty talk.

I’ve thought long and hard about this (excuse the pun). I’m indifferent. I love the sound of some words; and I find the variety of voices interesting – I have a particular fondness for regional accents.

As a writer, I find it weird saying I prefer pronunciation and (in some cases) enunciation to the content.

I don’t think you can beat a good compliment, and a nice lilt…

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Some more Eroticon


I decided to pinch some more survey questions from the Eroticon blog because I figured three consecutive days of blogging during the third month of the third year of my blog is almost like an achievement. Also, I’ve had three comments on my Eroticon posts so far (the first comments I’ve had for over a year). And I just can’t ignore a recurring pattern.

Tell us one thing about yourself that not many people know?

In the internet age I’ve lost track of what I’ve shared online. When I’m about to deal with a situation I’m afraid of, I hum the Skyrim theme to pump myself up.

If you made the papers, what would the headline be?

Serial quitter actually completes something.

If you could have one skill for free (I.e. without practice/time/effort) what would it be?

If not being oversensitive is a skill, I’d love that. Otherwise being able to play the ukelele would be great.

Complete the sentence: I love it when… it rains on a hot summer night.

Bonus Eroticon Questions


Following on from yesterday’s post. I’ve been thinking about my blog because (i)there is a blogging workshop at Eroticon I am thinking about going to and (ii)my blog is three years old this month and I’ve been thinking of doing something to celebrate. Originally I thought of doing three facts about me a day because I realise a bit of background about me might be more interesting than my usual angst.

So, here are answers to some of the questions from Eroticon‘s meet and greet last year. Enjoy.

What’s the first career you dreamed of having as a kid?

I don’t know if it was the first, but I definitely remember wanting to be a botanist at some point. I just loved being surrounding by plants (I didn’t like the bugs though!) and I wanted to find out more about them. This probably stemmed from a booklet I got from Kew Gardens as a child.

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