March 08, 2009

Best. Sex. Ever.


This afternoon’s risque ruler-infused rendezvous came about in the most bizarre fashion. I don’t usually ask Sam to read my work. (Not because he wouldn’t like what I write, but because I write too damn much.) Only if I’m nervous about something or especially proud of something do I call him.

Yesterday, it was the nervous part— “Is this too dirty?”

“Too dirty?”

“Well, I don’t know exactly what they’re looking for.”

He sat down. Read 12 pages. Gave me what we’ll humbly call a thumbs up. That was all I needed. A single vote of approval. But today—today he seemed to have memorized everything I wrote, and he made each filthy part of the story come true. What’s funny is that the scene was based on something that happened between us when we first met.

So—truth begets fiction begets truth. And maybe you can have the same sex twice. Except this was different sex. This was sex filtered through fiction. Reduced to something so smoking hot I am flushed even as I type.

I’ve got the piece subbed out now. I’ll let you know what the editor thinks. But honestly, I’ve already been paid in full.

Because, did I say?

Best. Sex. Ever.

XXX,
Alison

P.S. Necklace is called: Mine's Bigger Than Yours.

11 comments:

EllaRegina said...

Nice!!

Neve Black said...

That rocks!

Erobintica said...

okay, now we all want to read it.

Alison Tyler said...

No, it's too dirty. I'm embarrassed.

Erobintica said...

We'll be the judge of that...

jothemama said...

I can't WAIT to read this!

You'll have to write another piece, based on the sex you had based on this piece, based on the original sex this piece was based on.


You're not standing in between two mirrors, are you?

jothemama said...

No, it's too dirty. I'm embarrassed.

Oh God. Did you cross your own line? Did it involve an underage goat?

T. Elle Harrison said...

*rubs palms together* can't wait to read this one.

Smut Girl said...

Oh come on. You? Dirty? It is to laugh...
((snort))

Victoria Janssen said...

It's so meta!

Alison Tyler said...

And then Alison learned a new word: Meta (from Greek: μετά = "after", "beyond", "with", "adjacent", "self"), is a prefix used in English in order to indicate a concept which is an abstraction from another concept, used to complete or add to the latter."