Sunday, June 3, 2012
Who's the Smartest?
For some reason my mind had dredged up an old story. It goes like this… An Indian and a white man were walking along a busy New York street. The white man strolled along, confident in his superiority over his companion and the others they passed. Suddenly the Indian stopped, a pleased look on his raised face. “Just hear the mockingbird sing! Isn’t it beautiful?” The businessman strode along, his voice almost a sneer. “Don’t be ridiculous. You can’t hear a bird’s song in the midst of all this traffic.” The Indian said nothing, but a few steps further along he took a quarter from his pocket and dropped it. The other man stopped short, turned around and peered at the pavement. “You can’t?” the Indian said as he kept walking with a smile on his face. What’s the point? There are several here, you choose the one that pleases you. To me, it’s all about choices, and how many times we miss the beauty around us by thinking of nothing but our busy, busy lives. I’d love to know what this little fable says to you. And of course I have to close with an excerpt from one of my latest releases, Fiery Pursuit. From Ellora’s Cave, it’s my first erotica..