Well, I’m not supposed to be working on this story until the last part of the month, but the other morning, Stewart and Madison decided to give me an outline as an excuse to cut in front of the line. I wrote it down, in hopes to distract them until it was their turn, but it didn’t work.

This weekend, I was planning to work on the outline for the MF story I wanted to write first, but instead, I woke up to Stewart telling me about a pivotal scene in the third chapter of their story. I guess it’s time to give up and listen to the boys. They already gave me about 500 words in the last thirty minutes.

Here’s a very raw snippet from the scene Stewart couldn’t stop talking about. I can see why, but he will need to earn what he craves.

He didn’t believe in mirages. Walking through the desert and finding salvation sounded as improbable as getting lost in the first place. But now, he had found the Holy Grail, all warm and on display just for him. Across the yard, Madison sat naked on the pool’s edge. The mixture of tanned skin, colorful tattoos, and thick body hair had Stewart ready to jump in and beg to the god. The only thing taking away from this perfect view was the stupid coffee mug Madison held close to his groin, obstructing what Stewart craved to see.


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  1. LOL. Poor Stewart, having his perfect view obscured. He’ll have to do something about that coffee mug.

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