This one, I used for a wicked hot menage for Whipped Cream. I liked how the guys seem like a joined coalition and she's there, but as a plaything. It's up to the reader/viewer to decide what her role in the relationship truly is.
This one I used for a shapeshifter. I mean, look at those eyes. How can you not think, man, I'm tangled in his cross beams? Or I'd like to tangle with his tractor beam. Hee hee. I am so bad. But it's so good.
I tend to write manlove stories, because what's sexier than seeing two men who are just hot as all get out, kissing? I'm not sure what, so I use this pic a lot. This one actually was part of the backbone of Permanent. I can feel the passion between them and want to climb in the middle. Wink!
This one inspired a whole story that's still in the works. I saw him standing there, wanted to get to know him...he's posing for a photograph for a fellow student. He's interested in the person watching him, best friends with the woman taking the picture. He can't wait for the shoot to be done so he can meet the man who makes him hard at just a wink.
Yeah, I really need to sit down and fiddle with this story.
Now I ask you, what do you use for inspiration? What kind of picture makes you turn and look a second or third time? Makes you stop on a dime? I'd love to know. Tell me!!
When she's not writing the stories in her head, Megan Slayer can be found luxuriating in her hot tub with her three vampire Cabana boys, Luke, Jeremy, and Gerard.
She has the tendency to run a tad too far with her muse, so she has to hide in the head of her alter ego, but the boys don't seem to mind.
When she's not obsessing over her whip collection, she can be found picking up her kidlet from school. Her first novella comes out in January from Total-E-Bound publishing, but don't think that's it. She's hard at work on the next story. Always working.