Note: My blogs are possessed. The date will not change and the other blog has been taken over by red marching ants. Help.
We are sure Gale's book, Savage Grace, will be a best-seller. We've been challenged to complete this meme in which we purposely write an "atrocious" paragraph for our pretend "award-winning" novel. I found this mind--boggling, ridiculous and right up Pencil Skirt's alley. I'm nothing if not inconsistent.
So here's my Dark and Story Meme per Frank's instructions and in honor of Gale. (see official rules at the bottom of this post) I tag everyone in Bloggingham Palace. Disclaimer: This is supposed to be written poorly!
#1 Genre: Romance
He wrung out her floppy wet shirt from where they'd splashed in the creek earlier on the slimy rocks under the dirt in the road and laid her down in his arms. Dirt on dirt. She smelled like cheeseburgers and onions but he didn't care as his own sweet mummy was a short order cook and she reminded him of the Yorkshire pudding in his crib during the times of old once a long time ago in the days of wine and paper roses. He kissed her hard and when her head hit a rock he thought of the day sweet mummy dropped him on his noggin, such sweet memories they were, all tangled up in the Oedipal playpen of lust slip sliding along in the mud when soon came upon them an Amish preacher in a buggy who stopped to watch and pray for their floppy wet souls. Except he ran over poor Grace's wrist with the buggy wheel whilst in a hurry to escape the spectacle and the horses ran over a cliff smelling red meat and all that sweat. It was a crushing blow for true love.
Here are the Rules for The Dark And Stormy Meme
Read Frank's meme here.