Follow me down the rabbit hole of how thoughts beget thoughts that connect and spark ideas that fall together to inspire a story. It’s fun and weird and…well, you’ll see.
New book by Tisby something or other
Mrs. Brisby from Secret of NIHM
Taming of the Shrew
10 Things I Hate About You
Trust after deception
Marriages that continue after infidelity
Living together without living together
House of Cards
F*ck Kevin Spacey
What’s he up to now?
Is he sorry?
Or just sorry for himself and his situation?
What does that do to a person, having to face the monstrous parts of themselves without a single sympathizer to the pain of doing it?
What’s something horrible that a person can do and then have to live with the consequences?
Accidentally killing someone?
Marriages that continue after infidelity.
What’s worse than just cheating on your spouse?
Cheating on them when they are already weakened?
Cheating on them when they need you to be their hero?
After a loss?
During an illness?
What would hurt me the most?
Betrayal of everything I thought was real in my life.
Wonder how often men actually have dual lives with two families and two wives that know nothing about the other.
Would they be different? Like, complementing personalities, filling in the gaps of the other?
That’s an interesting dynamic.
Would the guy treat them differently? Or have personality traits that are more pronounced with one family than the other.
A book told during one timeline from two wives perspectives as they live their separate lives and discover that they are both married to the same man.
One finds out first and then tells the other?
Or they meet by chance and discover it together?
Do they confront him?
Do they agree to continue to live the lie?
And then what?
Let me find out…
Kate (name from Taming) lived a solid and dependable life. She woke up every morning at five fifteen, dressed in leggings and a matching shirt, pushed the button on the coffee pot, and quietly left for her morning run. She was back, showered, and setting breakfast plates on the kitchen table just in time for her sleepy-eyed children to come down from their rooms and plop down to eat the expected eggs and toast or cereal and fruit that Kate alternated during the week. Unless Jeremy (name of the crow in NIHM), Kate’s husband, was home, then it was eggs, bacon, toast, fruit, and pastries. His rigorous travel schedule for work kept him away half the time and Kate relished in presenting him with lavish meals and bedroom romps meant to keep his returns home something to look forward to. She hoped, so privately she wasn’t fully aware of it herself, if she made home appealing enough, he’d find a way to slow down and stay…..