At Loose Ends
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Cheryl Marcus
January 2013
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Written by
Cheryl Marcus
January 2013

Well, ABNA entry posted and now back to the real world [haha!]. Thought about going back to edit another historical manuscript, then thought better of it.  My NaNoWriMo piece has been demanding my attention and I could no longer put it off.  By the time 11/30 came around the story was only at its mid-point.  That's what I get for trying a contemporary/erotic piece when I am more used to a historical set before 1915 [most are in the early 1800's, but 2 are in the 1910's].  Contemporary frees one from the constraints and strictures of a period piece, i.e. clothing, language, decor, morals, mores, etc. However, the erotic part brought me to a grinding halt. The soft side of BSDM sounded so good at the time.  Different from what I have ever written and seemed appropriate for a contemporary [look at what it did for 50 Shades, eh?!].  Never having experiences any first hand, I am extremely leery of writing something poor and totally inconceivable.  Might have to shelve the idea for now.  Go back to, perhaps, the 1911 suffragette piece, though I suspect soft BSDM was practiced then just not spoken of in polite society.  LOL!!

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