Tag: writing

#FantasySmutFriday – #80

There can be times you want to grab someone’s attention, focus it on you; Or, maybe just because it’s fun. A distraction can disrupt someone’s train of thought, trip them up, get them frustrated and wanting to take it out on you in the form of some desired punishments. What will you do to get the attention you crave?

#FantasySmutFriday – #79

What plans do you have for the special person, or people, in your life? Something more on the romantic side with gentle love-making, or something a bit more wild? Is it something your character enjoys doing, or something new they want to share with someone else? Tell me more!

#FantasySmutFriday – #78

Have you ever had a coffee, or shared a dessert with someone special? The most intimate moments take place when two people share something together. Nuanced care for someone else can say a lot about how you feel, and how you see them. Tell me a story where people bond over something shared, and the intimacy that follows.

#FantasySmutFriday – Week 77

With conditions the way they are, it is more than a little difficult to go out and do the things we used to enjoy, or see the people we like. Apps like Zoom, Skype, Discord, and other messenger apps are becoming very important for keeping us connected. Your challenge is to write me a story involving people who connect through a messenger app. The rest is up to you.

#FantasySmutFriday – Week 76

‘Celebratory’ is one of those fun adjectives that you can put in front of almost any word and it almost immediately conjures feelings of excitement. Even the most mundane tasks seem more fun when done as a celebration. Tell me a story of a celebration, and the party that follows.

“Level Up” series by Alexa Sommers – A Review

Let me say right off the bat that I loved the “Level Up” series for a number of reasons. Alexa is very clearly comfortable embracing her inner geek and melding it with playful sexuality in this hot tale. There’s so much to enjoy from a cast of characters with diverse personalities, comedic moments with eye-roll-inducing pop culture references, and no shortage of sexy encounters. And, as a Dungeon Master, I found it very easy to relate to the lead character. That might make me a bit biased, but I assure you it’s not a requirement for enjoying this series. Even if you’re not familiar with references, Alexa does pretty well to keep the reader informed of its source.

A prelude to the roundup!

As of writing this, I’m sitting here pondering the possibilities of the next #FantasySmutFriday prompt, and getting excited over the fact that it’s been one year since I started this meme, and managed to provide 52 total prompts based on common sexual fantasies. As I get ready to draft a roundup of all the submissions over the past year, I can’t help but think about how I managed to pull it off. And just to add more anxiety, I’m wondering how I’m going to do it again!