Gone (Smut) Marathoning

I’m participating in Alison Tyler’s Smut Marathon – me and 14 other writers I’m lucky to share the page with. The Marathon consists of a theme for each round, and two weeks to write a story of 250 words or less around it. The theme for the first round was “Twist“, and my entry shares the name (I’m entry #10, just in case you wanted to look).

I have peeked at the other entries (how can you not) and there’s some really great stuff to be had in lovely bite-size chunks. And as this is a competition, you get to vote for your favorite. Bottom two vote getters are eliminated from the next round, so, if you think my take on Twist is deserving, I’d appreciate your support. But hell, everybody wins with all this lovely smut flying around. A big thanks To AT for creating the Marathon!

“Give It a Twist” – Read and vote here.

Voting closes on Friday (June 11, 2010) at midnight.

Monocle

2 comments

  1. UGH!!!! I pray for everyones sake that this contest doesn’t include any of the poetry written here. I’m so tired of coming to this site & it’s nothing but the never-ending crappy vampire story & dribble poetry. this site ust to be good you know- when stories were written. please get back to what your visitors came to your web page for (I’m sure they’ve all left by now) and where your contributions actually got feedback. STORIES.

    1. Well, it takes all kinds. I am sorry you don’t like some of the more recent stuff. And, for what it’s worth, I certainly don’t consider myself any kind of poet. I have a forum to put down pretty much anything I want, so I take advantage of it – it’s fun. Some experiments go better than others. Some please or displease different readers in different ways. There certainly will be more ‘stories’ here, when we can get them written. In the meantime, shorter bits and bobs are what come out. Hell, a whole lot of what I write can never be considered full stories anyway – vignettes, or scenes, perhaps, so if you come here only for stories you’re already doomed to disappointment. But if you fail to find what you want here, the net is big, and there are many excellent writers out there. You can start with our blogroll and go from there.

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