Listen in on the private thoughts of Anabel Blue, penner of those stories slightly out of the box and on the kinky side of life...
Friday, July 10, 2009
Ms. Anabel has done it, have you? She says there is nothing like it, the feeling of cool, clean water rushing by your skin--which is, by the way, one of your Most Sensitive Organs--unencumbered by heavy, weighted, restrictive clothing of any kind.
Bathing suits, Anabal says, are terribly over-rated. Sure, they might look good when you first put them on, as you pose just so on the chaise lounge so that Mr.-All-Get-Out-Sexy guy can view those most precious parts of you, (your gift, of course, to him...) but once that suit gets wet, it's libel to become misshapen, dreary, heavy, scratchy, downright icky. So, just take it off.
Swimming, and sleeping, Anabel is quite certain, must be done in the nude. She feels quite strongly about it, and that's why her character Ms. Marisa drops her smart little biz suit and goes skinny dipping in the boss's Beverly Hills mega estate pond in the upcoming short erotic tale, WHILE THE CAT'S AWAY. But more on that soon. It's time for swim.
Here is what Miss Anabel would like you to know about her.
She grew up thinking she was born in a small French town, however, it may have been a small American town that looked and sounded French. She’s never been quite sure.
By day, Anabel is an expert at fitting men into suits, and by night, she is quite adroit at getting men out of their suits. She lives in a tiny, very-French looking flat upstairs from a patisserie, watching the gentlemen come and go from the dimly lit tavern next door while sizing them up for suits and erotic romance. Her cat, Jacques, watches with her, giving his approval or disapproval with the switch of his tail.
When she is not romanticizing about her would-be biography, Anabel is actually a very suburban professional something or other, who writes contemporary romance, mysteries and other fun stuff. She knows only a handful of French words, but truthfully, isn’t our sultry mademoiselle and her discerning feline a lot more interesting?