Dec 252009
 

I shall be in Puerto Rico with my wife for a few days. I expect to be back before 2010 but who knows? I might run across pirates and have an adventure.

This trip is our long delayed Honeymoon. We are splurging a bit and flying First Class and staying at a really nice hotel by the beach. We will eat pork chops as big as my head. We will rent a bed on the beach, yes a bed, and lounge around. We shall Honeymoon a lot. Maybe see some more forts and eat a lot of fish.

I want to take a moment and thank my wonderful wife for existing. With her support, I learned how to drive, I got the medication I needed for my anxiety and I did a shit load of growing up. With her unconditional love, she encouraged me to write whatever the fuck I want to write which has made for an amazing two years of productivity.

I can’t say enough how much my wife’s love has really helped my writing. In the past I would write in ways that I felt would make me more attractive or interesting to me readers. Now that I am in a secure relationship, I can focus on making stories that are entertaining and arousing without worrying about what it says about me. I wouldn’t have written Erishella three years ago and I think that is a tragedy.

Lastly, I want to thank my readers who have stuck with me as I go into weird trends and unusual settings. It has been a great year for me personally and I am tickled that so many of you have been having fun as well.

I will see you next year.

  6 Responses to “Gone Honeymooning”

  1. Hope you had a Merry Christmas and have a lovely New Year.
    All the best for 2010, thank you for entertaining us, as you have done this year.

    Make sure to enjoy the sun, sand and sex while over there until your hearts content. ;)

  2. Ah, *THAT* explains it. A wife. That’s why you keep rockin’…

  3. Horray for your wife!

    I must say I love your writing more than ever :)
    Wish you both an adventurous and sexy honeymoon and all the best for 2010!!

  4. Happy New Year.
    Very interesting stuff you have here.
    Especially the Baroness! ha!
    Rock on!

  5. Thank you for the kind wishes everyone.

  6. As if we couldn’t tell how happy your wife has been making you… it has been a joy to watch.

    But what I really want to comment on is something else you said in there:

    “I can focus on making stories that are entertaining and arousing without worrying about what it says about me.”

    The sadist is constantly carrying on about how courageous I am in my writing. And honestly, I haven’t the foggiest idea what he’s talking about. But maybe it’s at least partly that as writers we can make ourselves so vulnerable when we slit ourselves open and use what spills onto the ground as raw material for our stories and poems.

    I think of your Hannah series, and all the pain I could feel burning behind the words…

    Thanks for helping me in my explorations of the issue. And congratulations to you both on such incredible happiness!

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