Clearly, in order to become a wildly famous author with Pulitzer committee calls and film conversion offers waiting in the wings, I should tell you about the brilliance that was my first day in my new life. That brilliance should include a sly mention of my embarking on a torrid affair with a well-known leading man who only stays in his “Hollywood” marriage for the sake of his adorable children and to avoid a career-debilitating scandal. These pages should be full of the joy of re-discovering sexual desire and colorful descriptions of the whole new world of tabloid dodging that immediately wrapped me in its seducing tentacles. I should be at least hinting at purple prose waiting in the wings (that I will obviously try to sell as empowerment involving the shedding of moral shackles).
As I type, I’m thinking of sentences like “and so he took her, as only a man can take a woman, who yearns…”**
I did laundry.
Well, I was seduced by a brownie. Does that count?
Maybe later today…
**(bonus points if you can name the origin of that sentence).
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