This is inspirational because I get to use my fantasies (we all have them so don’t judge) in my stories. Some of the craziest conversations in my head have become the start for many of my books because of crushes. Pure Pop Asia came about because I fell hard for the idea of a k-pop star. Take note; the idea. I am not delusional enough to think that what I imagine is real and that we should be dating. Hell no.
I don’t know them and thus it is all in my head.
This new crush has me puzzled. I don’t know why I’m attracted to him and I don’t think he was attracted to me, yet I keep re-imagining the last time I saw him. And that inspired the short story in the newsletter (subscribe to receive it). It is fictional from the point where he says to come and say “hi” to the other group.
I kind of wish that I had spoken to him more that night but then again, things would’ve been awkward and then I don’t know, I’d probably be more disappointed that he hadn’t asked for my number.
This way is better.
I can picture him when I need a guy for a story who can keep up mentally with my leading character. And be attractive in a pair of jeans. Nice ass.
There is nothing wrong with using a crush for inspiration. And I will continue to use them until my ovaries shrivel up and I no longer have any desire left inside of me.