I’ve noticed in some of your posts that when you mention your hands, you make an emphasis on the fact that they are clean and well kept. Since I started working in hospitals I’ve become a hand hygiene freak. I cannot stand dirty nails and such. So thank you for adding in those little details to your writing. Also, thank you for posting the writing from @exoticeva. Another blog with fantastic writing that I can’t wait to explore.
Thank you. A few things to respond to here:
- Yes, I agree that hand hygiene is important, and I agree that is the case with all hygiene.
- On the “details” part, I try to weave in all the little things that cross my mind as I write, with the intention of a having no mental filter of the moments as they take place. My filter is more of that of an artistic approach. For example, instead of saying “I put my clean fingers inside her” (aka, the boring version), I will say something like “I look into your eyes and wait to see the ache develop in you. I need this ache reciprocated back to me. I can hold steady as long as I need to. I make sure you are not paying attention to anything else but my eyes and my presence. You have no idea that my firm and clean, yet masculine hand is moments from entering you. Clueless to this, until my fingers pierce right past your wanting lips, entering you, finding your wetness, finding your weakness. Pressing into you straight back to your G spot, motioning ‘come hither’ with my fingers, as if I am pulling at you like a marionette. I watch with pride as the wriggle sets in within you and your rigid hips dance like a wave is rushing through you. You come alive. You dance for me as your body is rocked by yet one more orgasm that my fingers feed you.”
- I agree that the blogger @exoticeva is top notch. I have to say, in regards to writers on Tumblr, she is my favorite or very damn close. When I think “who is the best?”, I tend to think her most often. I find her and @art-of-domination to be the best of the prolific writers, however literature is always a subjective assessment. I have found some followers that are very talented too, but don’t write as often as I’d personally hope for. I personally wish – more people would submit their writings to be posted or forward me their writings. I do not like promoting people’s blogs for the sake of promoting blogs, but I will gladly do so to promote their blog by way of their writing.
Some people exude passion, as well as honesty of their inner thoughts, in the words that they write. Like the words in the image above, a few words is all that is needed to convey passion. Honesty of thought however, is something personal to the writer and is hard to describe, but very easy to identify when you see it take place.
Some people have it; some people, just don’t. Eva has it. It may be arrogant to say, but I know that I have it too, and the posts that are written in the past 8 months or so are the even more so. I always seek to improve and will always be my own biggest critic and never happy with what I put out there.
My biggest issue I see with some followers is that they tend to not only follow, but praise some writers who I feel sell their readers short in this very key area: passionate honesty. The monotone voice that comes across in these blasé, horrific posts I see, and then the follower adds a comment like “wow, you are such an amazing writer”. So I go back and I re-read it a second time, just to see what the fuck I missed, and then come to the conclusion that I missed nothing, because there was nothing there. Some cookie cutter post with no heart. It is rather disappointing to see to be honest.
Wow. That went off the rails. From fingernails to writing zombies. #tangent