|From Modern Paleo Warfare blog|
run by two lads who like cooking
but are not online any more :(
Another highly reliable writer in the Literotica story competitions is SamScribble. I greedily look out for his stories, as they usually have a bonne bouche in them by way of a yummy recipe which his lucky characters get to eat. Here he has really come up to scratch with a delicious scallop dish. There is a bed - of course <wink> - of white bean puree, some spicy action <snerk>, fishiness and a couple of round juicy scallops.
Sam's tasty treat: Sweet Summer Nights, is the story of a singer who gets her wish for a rainy day off. Frankly the whole thing is pure fantasy. A single man who can cook, knows where to find one of those secret British beaches which the Tourist Board are paid not to advertise, who is a gentleman not a pushy swine, and yet is up for action? Awww, we all want his number, Sam.
Sam is a highly accomplished writer, a smooth pleasure to read, and a lesson for anyone in how to turn a tale. Sometimes, though, he can be a little English (shy) about getting his people down to action. They have a tendency to dialogue, to talking around the topic rather than groping past their inhibitions to have their way with each other. Still, that does mean he writes excellent dialogue as enthusiastic comments point out:
- the dialogues are far better and smarter than most on this site.
- Food porn, erotica, and budding true love, in believable dialogue, and with lots left to the imagination -- what's not to like?
|Three hares - Sui Dynasty|
cave painting Dunhang, China.