“Chocolate High” (2016)

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Chocolate High

“Close your eyes and open your mouth.”

I did as I was told. I felt the warm gooeyness coat my lips, stick to the roof of my mouth and glide onto my tongue. My mouth widened to take it all in and I clasped my lips around it, wanting to savor it a little longer. Then I swallowed.

“It’s good, isn’t it?”

Yes, it was good. And yes, I definitely wanted more. I simply moaned with pleasure.

“Now, tell me it’s the best you’ve ever had.”

His tone dared me to say otherwise. I savored what was left in my mouth and then licked the residue from my lips. I opened my eyes and looked at him.

“Come on, say it.”

I giggled when I saw the serious look on his handsome face. I wasn’t a liar and I wasn’t about to start now.

“I’ll admit that it is very good. But I’ve had better. Sorry.”

“And here I am thinking that I would blow your mind.”

Disappointed, Alejandro placed the fork back onto the dessert plate. I immediately picked it up, dug into the chocolate molten lava cake and brought it to his lips.

“Butter, eggs, sugar, chocolate, fresh raspberries, powdered sugar…I used to be an expert at making these when I was a teenager. This is almost as good as what I used to make. Open your mouth.”

“Shush, don’t let the chef hear you.”

A smile spread across his face before he opened his mouth to receive the fork. We laughed and took turns feeding each other until the cake was a memory and we were suffering from a chocolate high. When I noticed chocolate on the corner of his mouth, I smudged it away with my thumb. Alejandro took hold of it and slowly slide it across his sticky lips. Before I knew it, my thumb was in his mouth and he was sucking the chocolate from it.

His eyes said it all, making me wonder just how sticky things could get in the middle of the empty restaurant.

Marquessa xoxo

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“Dear Diary” – What Sandra Thinks @whatsandrathnks #reblog

Think back to your college days…Mine were definitely not as interesting as Sandra’s fictional diary during the A to Z Challenge! Be sure to check out this story! M xoxo

what sandra thinks

Below are the links to all of my 2018 A-to-Z challenge posts… Hope you enjoy the story.

Thanks for reading. 

a – arrival
b – beer pong
c – chemistry
d – dorm, donuts and dinner
e – ethan
f – fail
g – girls’ night
h – hannah
i – infirmary
j – jules
k – kiss
l – library
m – melting point
n – nightmare
o – obnoxious
p – party
q – quit
r – relationship
s – solo
t – toxic
u – understand
v – visitor
w – wait
x – xoxo
y – yes
z – zone

what sandra thinks• • •
‘Dear Diary’ is fiction based on actual events.
Any similarities to your college life is purely coincidental.
Any similarities to mine is entirely intentional.

©2018 what sandra thinks

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“Mothering While Black” – Tikeetha Thomas @mskeeinmd #reblog

Looking for a great read? Check out Tikeetha Thomas’ A to Z Challenge “Mothering While Black”.

A Thomas Point of View

It was my first year doing the challenge. It was hard. I learned a lot about me and my ability to come up with posts for thirty days. Thankfully, it is over. LOL. Here are my reflections:

  • I needed to pre-plan my posts and actually schedule them. I usually had a rough draft and concept done, but I didn’t plan them in advance. That probably would have saved me time when life got in the way and I didn’t post that day.
  • It was hard trying to think of words that matched the alphabet that weren’t always really simple. You know how hard it was coming up with X and Z? Whew!
  • I like the idea of a theme but would probably find a different one next time that was a little easier. I am proud of myself for jumping out there with a difficult theme, but I probably…

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A Promise Is A Debt…Here Is The Bonus For Email Subscribers! @AprilA2Z #atozchallenge #fiction

Hey Lovelies,

For those who enjoyed my A to Z Challenge and already signed up for my email list, the BONUS installment I promised is sitting in your inbox as you read this (or it’s in your junk folder)!

For those of you who sign up after this post for my email list but before my next newsletter, I will email you the password to access the “Just Desserts For Dex” link on the “Breaking the Mirror” Page. in the menu.

I hope that you find the ending satisfying. But I’m leaving it “open” to one additional installment, that is, if Cara feels like posting one more time.

Enjoy!

Bisous,

M  xoxo

Reflections on the 2018 A to Z Challenge #atozchallenge @AprilA2Z #atozchallenge2018

As part of the 2018 A to Z Challenge, participants are asked to provide their “Reflections” on their experience.

This is my reflection.

My “A to Z” Theme

My “Power and Control” theme was dark but that’s what abusive relationships are, right? I was looking forward to shedding light on some of the red flags but though I started pre-writing back in March 2018, I got stuck deep in “H”.

And not just stuck…REALLY stuck because I wanted a balance between realistic, not being “too real”, not to depressing and with a little revenge in the end.

I think that I was successful with the realism…a few readers/commenters who joined in mid-story said they were “concerned” by what they were reading and were forced to go back to “A” because they thought it was “real”. Well, I’ll take that as compliment.

Just like last year, in order to keep up, I was writing nightly with only the idea that #Dexmustdie (as one reader said!) in the end. And because of that, I couldn’t keep up with your posts. But at least I’ll have great reading waiting for me – I will enjoy slowly catching up on all that I missed.

All in all, I’m generally happy with my story but I’m not sure that I would tackle something this serious again in 26 posts.

I was smiling from ear to ear at your reactions at the end of “Z”…

Don’t worry that bonus installment by email newsletter is in your email inbox right now! And I won’t make the same mistake I made last year – I will start editing this A to Z asap and convert it into a lost leader/freebie!

Technical Side of the A to Z Challenge

Kudos to the A to Z Challenge organizers on the improvements that were made this year. So many improvements since las year… a master list that could be filtered (it was easy for me to look for other fiction writers), the Daily List where we could drop our links if we were writing serial posts. And best of all, this lists will remain posted so that we can access them throughout the year!

Great thinking!

And though I’m tired right now, by the time December rolls around, I’ll be looking forward to April!

Bisous,

M xoxo

Thank God the “A to Z” Challenge is now OVER! @AprilA2Z #atozchallenge

Thank God the “A to Z” Challenge is now OVER!

I don’t know about you but I was running on fumes since “V”! 🙂

Congratulations to all those who participated!

If you participated with 1, 10 or all 26 posts, you slayed it! 

And if you managed to participant AND spend time reading other participant post, I salute you!

I’ll be catching on my fellow A to Z Challenge participants over the next month or so while I take a break!

See you on May 7th for the A to Z Reflections post.

Bisous,

M  xoxo

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