Author of the Queen City Boys books

sailor’s warning


After two weeks of carefully scrutinizing the sky every time I get out of the car and rolling up the windows at the sight oven the smallest cloud, I left my driver’s side window down last night. And of course it rained like hell this morning. Now the whole car is damp and the driver’s seat is soaked. And the sky is still threating looking, so I can’t even leave the windows open and hope the heat will steam a little of the damp out.

Spilled coffee on myself getting out of the car.

And, uh, what else? Okay, I can’t think of anything else to complain about, just it’s Monday and it’s too hot in my office and I’m sort of damp everywhere from the wet seat and clean up of the coffee. And just whine whine whine whine.

Can I blame it all on Mercury Retrograde?

I had a surprisingly calm and dare I say relaxing weekend. If only it had been much longer.

If you wanted the Cory/Ben tracks, they are in the post before this one, or the one before that. Somewhere, anyway. I finished cutting them up Friday and put them up.

Um. I read books this weekend too, which I will post about over at Vox sometime today. I’m advocating for 3 more hours in each day to which I swear I will devote to reading if the universe will just give them to me.

Author: Ajax Bell

Seattle author. Stops to smell the flowers. Amateur nerd (I wanna go pro but I haven't found anyone to pay me). Humble hippo enthusiast. queer/bi. they/them.

2 thoughts on “sailor’s warning

  1. Can I blame it all on Mercury Retrograde?


    That’s what I’m blaming this horrible horrible day on, anyway. Sigh.

  2. Seriously lame. Grrr, Mercury, why can’t go around normally like other planets. 🙂

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