OK, I’m not fighting it anymore. Glam rock novel wins over current WIP. Let the glitter shower begin!
And yes, for the record, I said GLITTER shower. It’s not my fault they chose golden glitter for the picture. So don’t go getting any ideas. Sheesh.
I procrastinate too much. Someone should teach me control.
Somebody get me a cock ring, four lengths of rope, two sets of cuffs, and a gag… Stat.
As promised, here are some pictures of Lyalya’s first walk outside! Look at the bushy little squirrel tail :D the sandpit was her favorite spot! She was extremely excited and threw sand all over the place
this is a fucking squirrel. this is a fucking squirrel with a cat’s head. who is responsible for this
We’re all dead. There is no help for us now. Pack up your shit and run to the hills.
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Create the Highest Greatest vision for your life possible..
Because what you Believe you Become..
And while working towards that dream, you then don’t have to be pushed..
The Vision will pull you..
Your dream will come true…
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Anonymous said: A novel based on a glam rocker? Has this also been inspired by some of those David Bowie pictures that have been floating about? Possibly unrelated but in The Gift, what musical genre(s) is Doran involved in. Do you even do slight crossovers?
*attempting to reply to this again, as the mobile app hates me*
Hmm. That’s a good question. Mostly because I’m not sure if you’re referring to the pictures that I’ve been reblogging, or someone else’s. You see, the pictures that I’ve been reblogging have been of Jonathan Rhys Meyers from the 1994 movie “Velvet Goldmine.” That being said, the movie is (arguably and unconfirmed by the Master himself) based on some of the events of Bowie’s life, albeit done in the most fantastical of concepts.
So, if we’re referring to these pictures, then yes. Mr. Meyer’s portrayal of Brian Slade, aka Maxwell Demon, has most definitely inspired me. To obsessive levels. To the point, even, that I’ve had to force myself three times today not to set aside my current WIP and just dive into the new one. But this novel will have nothing to do with “The Gift” or Doren.
That’s about all I can give you with respect to the new novel, though. I have this superstition about sharing anything but the most general details of a manuscript until it’s been submitted. Not even my Beta gets to read any of a WIP until I’m well over halfway through. No matter how much he begs.
And man, oh man, can that guy beg.
Sorry, where was I? Right. Doren. Crossovers.
What musical genre did/do I see Doren in? That’s an easy one. From the day I started the novel until the day I finished it, I was picturing Adam Lambert. Adam’s Wikipedia page says his genres are pop, pop rock, electronic, and dance; so, that’s more of Doren’s ballpark. (I could argue until I’m blue in the face about how new rock will never come close to what glam rock used to be, but that’ll just have you all picturing me sitting in a rocking chair, shaking my fist at the kiddies when they walk past.)
As for a crossover, it’s not going to happen. Little Baby Doren wouldn’t have been even a glint in his crazy papa’s eye when these boys were prancing the streets of London and New York. :)
You can all blame kellywyre for this obsession. And the resulting novel that’s going to come out of it.
One of the many reasons I love you, Kelly. ;)
Ewan McGregor in “Velvet Goldmine”
"… but all it did was make him go bonkers whenever he heard electric guitar."