This is my last post on Whipped Cream for the day (I'm also over at the Party Pavilion) – and I’ve really enjoyed myself, hope you all have too.
Now because it is the glorious, spooky, magical time, I was thinking carefully about what kind of magic I would choose. And without a doubt, it would always be the ability to fly. Fly, fly, fly!
I still remember the bitter disappointment of jumping out of a tree, arms out, flapping madly, only to land on the grass, hard. One day it will happen – they promised us jet packs.
So I was thinking about the powers that the ghost in my story, Mia’s Books has. It can inhabit the pages of books and change the words to communicate with, Mia, my leading lady, seducing her and becoming her ghost lover. Instead of using its supernatural powers to hide and haunt, it tries its best to be seen and make its presence felt to Mia.
I really felt for the ghost character while I was writing. It was a new experience to try to get inside the mind of an entity who has no body, no way to touch or communicate. It was almost like I had to invent a super power for the ghost to give it those abilities.
What powers would you have? And what were you expecting to have been invented by the time you grew up – hover boards, personal robots?
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Ghost lover or mortal—can Mia have both?
Mia has a big problem. She is in love with two people, and one of them happens to be a ghost. After a late night seduction in a deserted library, Mia brings home a haunted book. The book contains a ghost which instructs her to seduce strangers on its behalf. Mia falls in love with one of her conquests and finds herself in a romantic tangle. Can she keep both her lovers, or will she have to choose?
Content Warning: graphic sexual content