Nov 262008

I meant to have a story posted today but man, holiday weeks are always weird. Compounding the usual work rush, my girlfriend’s mother is coming to visit. The last time we visited her mom, the two of them had an hour long fight about how to park a car. The mom seems to be locked into a mindset that her daughter is 16 and the daughter takes every little comment as personal condemnation of her entire life. The idea of spending two days in that kind of mental environment depresses me greatly.

I can’t blame the visit on my lack of writing. I’ve been plugging away on my werewolf story for so long I am starting to daydream about the magical time before I started the story. That is pretty normal for a long story and since I have one freaking chapter left, I almost expected that feeling. I did take a short break and wrote the story I did earlier this week and that was a lot of fun. Long stories can be very rewarding but sometimes it feels great to execute an idea from start to finish within twenty-four hours. I just have to make sure I don’t end up writing a dozen short stories before finishing the wolf story.

I doubt I will post anything between now and next week. If don’t post anything, let me say now that I am thankful for all of my readers and all of my commentators. I hope you enjoy your family and your time off.

  4 Responses to “Erotica Threat Level: Lazy Gravy Brown”

  1. good luck with your girlfriend and her mom, i know what that’s like because that’s how my mom and i get sometimes.

    i’m eagerly looking forward to the new story, but take as long as you need to make it FANTASTIC as usual. as one of your readers, i’m telling you i won’t complain.

  2. Personally, I have a hatred for the holidays that stems from the disruption of routines and the past several years worth of holidays being miserable (not holding my breath, but maybe this year’s holidays will break the cycle).

    Take your time, enjoy your girlfriend, be the peacemaker or at least consoler as much as possible and be grateful for all the changes, to the better, that have occurred over the past year.


  3. What I hate about the holidays is the crunch of doing 5 weeks of work in 3 for the mythical goal of relaxing at the end of the month, but you’re too exhausted to enjoy it.

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