Weekend Writing Warriors 10 February 2019 (ER, LGBT, PA, RO)


“Oh, I do agree, Master. Vaclava and Yaen came here with me. They are on my side, you know. I can work with them in convincing Fatimah to side with us, and together we can soften Sonny’s heart. I think you have this in the bag, Tobias!”
“Excellent! You are truly unparalleled, wonderful Jemma! At first, it seemed that you might feel some resentment at being forced to choose your form, but now that I see your zeal to do my bidding, my heart is filled with incomparable joy!”
A lovely, petite young Asian woman stepped out of the shadows and gave Jemma a shy, alluring smile. There was something wild in her dark eyes in spite of her demure presentation.

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Note:
This snippet is from the forthcoming ninth installment in Naughty Netherworld Press' exclusive series, Carnal Invasion.
This conversation is taking place between Tobias Walton, a vampire and the unscrupulous president of the mysterious Xquenda Industries, and Jemma, an extraterrestrial shapeshifter from the planet Gamma Iridon. Tobias has forced Jemma to take the form of Felice Navidad, Queen of the Frost Elementals.



8 comments:

  1. I do wonder, through these snippets, what Jemma is actually thinking about all this. And I think that Asian girl is more than she appears.

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    1. There is definitely more than meets the eye! Thanks for visiting. :-)

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  2. "Felice Navidad, " I like it! Witty and creative. :-)

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  3. Oooo I love that last line... Also, I forgot to change the time on my post, but it's live now!

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  4. I love the rhythms and formality of their speech patterns -- it helps to characterize their whole world.

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    1. Thank you, Ed. One of the things that makes the Gamma Iridians stand out is their oddly formal way of speaking. In spite of being telepathic, they never quite manage to get "hip to the lingo."

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