Fantasy Friday is in trouble. I haven’t had a new submission in a while. Terps I think you were the last and I appreciate it. I know many of my blogging friends would send me a story if I asked - and I may. But these wonderful blogging friends have a site where they can showcase their work and I feel a little like I’m stealing a great post from them that they should have at their site. And to be honest, I view Fantasy Friday as something a little different.
I feel like Fantasy Friday belongs to my readers, the people who don’t blog. Maybe they don’t want to (gasp), maybe they don’t have time (I understand this one), or maybe they feel they have nothing to day on a daily basis. I really do understand, blogging may not be for everyone.
But I feel, I know, that everyone who has come by here more than once, has to have a spanking story in them. You just wouldn’t be here otherwise. Spanking draws you, you know you have a desire to think about it, wonder about it, fantasies about it. And that’s the beginnings of a story – your story. That secret desire that running through your head, the ‘what if…’ or ‘I wish he’d…’
As much as I’ve enjoyed the hoopla of being able to publish the book I never want to think it’s scared anyone off. I know some of you think, “I’m not about to send in a story. All these people are real writers.” To which I say – bologna! Before I wrote my very first story, my ‘writing’ experience consisted of writing notes for my kids when they missed school.
So please consider writing for us. We just like spanking stories. They don’t have to be perfect. If we do see mistakes we never give them a thought. This is not a critical bunch. I know you’re too busy right now with the holidays, but this is a great time to let your mind wander. Just start thinking about a scene you’d write if you were really going to give it a try. Let it roll around in your head over the holidays and maybe, just maybe when the holidays are over you could just writing it for yourself, just to see if you could. After all that, just take a deep breath and send it to me.
I’m no editor (math teacher here, not language arts), but I’ll correct any little mistakes I see. I think a good length for Fantasy Friday is between 500 and 2,000 words give or take. I know I ask at the end of every Fantasy Friday, but I’m beginning to think no one reads that part. So I wanted to make a special invitation again. I’d love to keep Fantasy Friday going, but I’m really going to need your help.
Send those stories to email@example.com