Prompt: I’m totally for a sweet scene between Cael and Ash. How about a car scene? We learned that when Cael took Ash home after a bar night they sit in the car and discuss. A little more insight on their discussion would be great.
Cael put his car in park just outside Ash’s apartment and killed the engine. He turned to smile at the gruff lion Therian sprawled on his back seat snoring softly.…
1budwiser said: Zane, isn't it a little hypocritical to get after Nick and Kelly about sex in a club after what you and Ty did in the storeroom of the bar in Texas? At least their sister probably didn't catch them walking out.
Nick: Wait wait, in a storeroom?!
Digger: You dirty.
Kelly: And Zane can’t even say he was drunk.
Zane: Go ahead, I am not ashamed to be caught fucking my incredibly hot boyfriend against a storeroom door.
Kelly: At least Nick and I were sloshed when we went at it, though! And sweaty and all … hard muscles in damp shirts and smelling good … gah!
Ty: I’m so disturbed.
Owen: NOISE CANCELING EARPHONES ARE AWESOME.
Hello all! Starting sometime in September I’m launching THIRDS Thursdays on my blog. What is THIRDS Thursday?
- THIRDS Thursday - 9/18/14
Prompt: Dex and Sloane’s first date.
This was ridiculous. Why was he so nervous?
- Random Ty/Zane Drabble
Zane’s head whipped back at the angry pained sound. He dropped his rake on a mound of straw and strode up to Ty...
- Prompt — Moments: Blink
Zane caught the man’s eye from across the courtyard. It was purely by chance. All he could really say of the...
- konfusedfae said:I've read a lot of your books & have loved some more than others. American Gods fell somewhere in the middle. I read it at a bad time & do think that played a factor, but also just don't think it was meant to be my favorite. I get SO MUCH criticism for this opinion, most of it fairly condescending as it's such an intelligent book. I read everything from Lemony Snicket to Shakespeare, so I find this offensive. Do you have any thoughts on how to handle this without just telling these people off?
You like what you like. Nobody can tell you to like something that you don’t, or not to like something you do — or if they do, it’s not going to...