Dirty December, Day 11 : Dirty Begging

Ohhhhh, I bet you want a story about me begging for some depraved favor, right?

Maybe I’ll write that sometime but right now I’m begging for something else:  your time. Or, well, actually I’m begging for your words.  I’d love to hear from you.  If you read something that turns you on, leave a comment, let me know.  And if leaving a comment feels a little too public, some people send me emails or messages on Facebook.

The thing is, as much as I can’t help but write because it’s like breathing and drinking coffee (in other words, involuntary and habit forming), I love hearing from you what you like about what I’m writing.  Or what you don’t like or what you want to see more or less of.  Or maybe you think I’m full of shit and you’d like to have a conversation/discussion on gender or sex or fisting or Daddy/girl or polyamory or whatever.

Seriously, I can write and write and write and write and you can keep reading and you don’t have to leave comments or anything.  But I would love it if you would.. really, really love it, with whipped cream and cherries and butch bulges on top.  Leave me a comment, pleeeease….!  Request a story or a photo… ooooh, what do you think about that?  Photo requests… within reason (who’s reason?  Not the Church Lady’s).

I’d love to hear from you, and you, and you… blogging can be a lonely sport sometimes.  Won’t you stop by and visit?

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3 Responses to Dirty December, Day 11 : Dirty Begging

  1. Heather says:

    well if you’re going to put “butch bulges” on top who needs the cherry! ;)

    well thank you so much :-) and I’ll give you the cherries, too, because I’m generous like that ;-) K

  2. Ricki says:

    Since Roxy stopped blogging, we’d appreciate an update on her. How’s she doing? She’s been an important part of your life for years, and we miss hearing about her. Keep up the good “dirty work,” and happy holidays!

    Roxy is and always will be a very important part of my life. I am still very much in love with her and we continue to love and support each other. She’s still ‘home’ to me and my heart will always hold a space for her. She’s busy with her kids and work and life and her girlfriend. She continues to be a creative inspiration for me and a steady, solid source of love. Thanks for the comment and the questions, K

  3. meridith says:

    I’d loved to hear more about how you commit to nanowrimo every year – how you make time while balancing family, work, etc., what motivates you to keep going, and how it’s different from your writing practice the rest of the year!

    See this post for your answer :-) K
    reader-questions-about-nanowrimo

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