I Will by Noah Jackson

WHAT THEY WON’T DO FOR YOU, I WILL. YOUR WAY. EXACTLY.

Kittridge Burry stared at the text. He’d been searching for a suitable Dominatrix on dating apps for months. But this text found him. More an advertisement. A solicitation. 

The last line stopped him.

BISEXUAL SWITCH (M)

It was from a man. A man willing to do exactly what Kitt wanted. Only Kitt wasn’t gay. He wasn’t “bi-curious.” Not homophobic. Men just weren’t a turn-on. He didn’t want to touch one.

YOUR WAY. EXACTLY.

Maybe it didn’t matter. He didn’t want to touch. He wanted to be touched.

2. Critique Partner: Writer’s Gold

If you’re with a big publisher, your critique partner should be your editor. But you don’t have that. So the first lesson is the most difficult: FIND A CRITIQUE PARTNER.

This is not a reader. This is not your friend or family or guy at the bar. This has to be a writer. And besides being a writer, they have to be as good as you are – or close. Not a lot better, because that’s a teacher or mentor. Not a lot worse, they won’t have anything to offer.

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