Holly's Collection


This is basically the same as my ASSTR page, but not everything works with Google's template.  Oh, well.

Contents

This site contains ADULT CONTENT. If you're under 18, there's much better literature in the Public Library.

Stories
Reviews
Updates
About Me
Hollywood Hopes
Feedback
Links
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Stories

These are the most recent versions. Postings on other than ASSTR and Stories on Line may be dated.

Story Codes

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Updates

So keep the feedback coming. I'll fix it.

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About Me

My training bears the scars of a degree in Secondary Education, I must admit. The term I prefer is "perpetually emerging author" (Translation: indefatigable; there might be hope.)

As to the erotic, I've not conceived of much exotic. Woman on top, to be sure, not a man cast away on a volcanic island of writhing Amazon babes who tie him supine to a fallen coconut tree and give him this musky herb that makes him… You get my point. (Unless somebody will pay me a few bucks. How many words?)

Actually, maybe the erotic interest is my third. There’s so much that’s plain funny in our pursuit of things sexual. Guys take it way too seriously.

I'm appreciative of readers who take time for feedback. By that I don't mean “How about adding a Boy Scout troup?” but critique of word use, flow of thought, that boring stuff your English teacher did to you. A train needs to go somewhere, not to random stations. (Boy Scouts? Humm. Well, maybe.)

And since you asked, of course you can re-post me wherever you like. Please leave my little “Holly on the Web” tag on the end, though, so the reader can find her way back here.

My advice:

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Reviews

And, oh, but do let me slip in a couple of reviews, just to bolster my self-esteem.

"For those of you haven't caught her writing, Holly Rennick is substantially different from most of the writers who post to ASSM. Her writing is thoughtful, literate and a little tongue in cheek on occasions. If you like well-drawn characters, novel plots and a slightly unusual and wry style, then give her pieces a go. Boathouse Revisited is a case in point. Read it - it's bloody good!"

Or Spanish Fly, reviewed by La Luz for StoriesOnLine,

"Stroke amount: 6. This story is not sex, it is foreplay.

“Story plot: 8. Could I have done without the before and the after parts of the story? Yes and no. Foreplay is an opportunity to find out what a woman wants, what she likes, and what she needs. I left Spanish fly feeling like I wanted to get inside the author's head and look around for what they wanted, liked and needed. The plot itself is a male fantasy through her eyes.

“Technical Quality: 10. The story has a lazy rhythm, almost like the Spanish Fly is acting on your bloodstream. Possibly it's a too fanciful with it's words and witticisms but it's foreplay. Sometimes in foreplay you go down a road you shouldn't, Holly brought me back though.

“Appeal to Reviewer: 10. This story is not an easy read, and it is not for everyone. It was definitely for me... it felt like a siesta. I went to sleep clothed, woke up naked. My lover's heat and the sun through the window warmed me. I was hard and I remembered almost like a dream when my lover whispered "It's okay to just slip in if you wake up before me." That's how Spanish fly made me feel. This story is not an easy read, but I'll love any story that I can hear myself reading to a woman.”

Let me know what you think -- positive, negative, or indifferent -- via the form below.

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Hollywood Hopes

Write screenplay for

or perhaps ask Cindi to co-write a tale about alchemy.

or record my song.

Under Conceptual Construction: A steamy mpg of my sex life. (Quick to download, I fear)
- Working Title: "Holly, Hot and Howling. The Movie"
- - Target Market: MTV
- Follow-up # 1: Best-seller "Hold that Holly!" based on movie
- - Target Market: University bookstores
- Follow-up # 2: Calendar based on best-seller
- - Target Market: Rural garages
- Production Challenges: Digitally improving my features
Awkward positions
It’s so hard, holding the camera in my left hand.

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Feedback

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Links

ASSTR: http://www.asstr.org
Stories on Line: http://www.storiesonline.net
Google: http://jlrennick.googlepages.com

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