Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Wine makes you stupid

R's older brother is a very good kisser. And I am an idiot.

Other shit: Boss and K carry on as though no other person works in the office. What's the draw, I wonder? K possesses great humor and proof of intelligence. Boss is capable of freeing his large ass from wedgies for all I can tell. Quickies too, evidently.

Other-er shit: I'm behind in my writing. Sage (hero) has been frozen in stasis for three days with a hard-on, poor sod, and a mind toward sensual vengeance on his romantic interest. My mental block is creating problems. I have no idea why, but ending a manuscript always does this to me. I don't believe it's because I'll miss them. Of course I shall. Still not the reason. Wish I knew what was.

Note to self: "Mia, repeat idiocy as soon as possible. It's preferable than falling for S's old scam."

6 comments:

Amber Skyze said...

Oh geez, my heroine has been bent over with her ass in the air for three days. Maybe she doesn't want to be spanked! :) I understand what you're going through right now.

Molly Daniels said...

So how much wine was involved, and who instigated the kiss? And were both parties drinking wine, or was it purely one-sided?

Curiosity killed the cat, you know:)

Don't leave me hanging like that!!

Regina Carlysle said...

Can't stand endings. I always, always struggle with them and, like you, it's not about letting the characters go. Just a weird thing. I hate it.

Kenzie Michaels said...

My problem is I want to tie everything together into a neat package. And sometimes that's not always possible.

Mia Watts said...

Kiss and tell? The wine was mine, the kiss was his but it mixed well and often. Not precisely sure what happened. He came to talk to me. Apparently, R mentioned seeing me at the dumpster a few times and older brother thought I should have reported him. He yelled. I stared him down. Wine had me laughing and I may have mentioned his hot ass. The rest is a blur.

I'm finally working through Sage's hard-on.

Jennifer Madden said...

You need to get that poor man off! Have you plotted out your next project? Maybe it's not that you don't want to finish this one, but that you don't want to start the next one.
Yay on the kiss, as long as it was a good one.