incogitant [in-koj-i-tuh nt]
1. thoughtless; inconsiderate.
2. not having the faculty of thought.
Origin: 1620-30; < Latin incōgitant-, equivalent to in- in- + cōgitant- (stem of cōgitāns), present participle of cōgitāre to think; see cogitate, -ant
Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.
I'm suppose to say something inspirational concerning those stories that are languishing on all of our hard drives, but the only thing I can come up with is we can kick their asses into shape and get them published.
Not overly cheerleading, but it is what it is.
Let's try it from another angle.
Comment with a sentence or paragraph from one of your wips that you are struggling with and maybe between all of us we can nudge you in the right direction or maybe shooting off in a totally different direction.
The next chapter in my Demons story. It is a reworking of Iron Man 2 with Tony and Tasha as a couple.
“Yes,” Natasha murmured. “I’m surprised that Pepper doesn’t have more gray hair than she does.”
“You’re a handful,” Natasha tossed back.
“Interested in taming me?” Tony teased.
“That’s a loaded question.”
“Yes,” Tony said with a casual shrug of his shoulders. “So?”
“I’ll consider it once I know you’re no longer in danger of dying,” Natasha diplomatically said. She didn’t want to add Tony to the list of people she had killed after sleeping with them. He wasn’t pure evil like they had been.
“I’d call you a party pooper, but you do have a valid point,” Tony remarked. He wanted to be free of the effects of the palladium poisoning before embarking on any kind of sexual encounter.
Any ideas as to where I can take this next?