‘She had a strange feeling in the pit of her stomach, like when you’re swimming and you want to put your feet down on something solid, but the water’s deeper than you think and there’s nothing there’
- Julia Gregson, East of the Sun’
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Life is not a plot; it’s in the details.
- Jodi Picoult, Vanishing Acts
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‘It’s amazing what you can see when you just sit quietly and look.’
– Jacqueline Kelly, The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate
I can feel him looking at me. He’s been very quiet, very still, but I still know he’s there. Maybe there was a quiet gasp or the scratch of his foot moving slightly on the floor, but the reaction of my body confirms his gaze. Goosebumps crackle across my skin and my breath catches in my throat.
He knows he can watch me like this but he doesn’t always come down. It adds a frisson, a charge; I prickle with desire at the possibility of his arrival even if he never shows.
But I know he’s here now. I love that he’s watching. I imagine what he can see, how I look, how I look through his eyes.
And this time, he shows me…
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Picture a park bench in a courtyard somewhere. It's warm and you're in a short dress, the sun on the back of your neck. — Exhibit A (@EA_unadorned) November 21, 2016 After posting a short but steamy story on Twitter this morning, Exhibit A also threw down a challenge… Oh! Also, if anyone wants to write […]
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HIM Her light switched on, drawing his attention away from his work. The gleam shone down into his study and he wondered how her day had been today. He only caught a glimpse of her as she flashed past into the bathroom beyond but the thought of her up there made him smile. From his […]
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The juxtamedullary cells detect reduced renal blood flow and convert prorenin to renin…renin converts angiotensinogen to angiotensin I, then angiotensin converting enzymes split that to angiotensin II, which stimulates the secretion of aldosterone…and what the fuck does aldosterone do? He threw down the textbook in disgust. Endocrinology was so logical, why did it not stick? […]
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