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Fear of Falling by S.L. Jennings

Don't try to write the most epic shit of my career. Trying is nothing but an endless murky abyss of self-doubt and loathing, where I choke on every flowery fucking word and puke up purple prose like it's last night's whiskey. Then I bang my head on the desk and pour another shot to keep my fingers from gouging my eyes out. Drink, delete, repeat. I used to try. Now I just lie. Lying is much easier. Lying landed me on every best seller's list I had ever dreamed about.

I wrote shit that women wanted to read and pretty much lived off their fantasies and unsatisfied sex lives. Ah yes. Life was sweet in the land of liars. Then the bubble burst.

Fear of Falling by S.L. Jennings

They thought it was Hope Hughes bringing their book boyfriends to life. Certainly not August Rhys Calloway That's me, by the way. And once upon a time, I had this insane idea to become a writer. Not much I could do about it either.

Once the words choose you, you're doomed. So that's what I set out to be-the next great American literary. Just so you know, I tanked. Like Titanic tanked. My ass still has frostbite from that damn iceberg. Biting it in such a big way really discouraged me for some time, but somewhere between delirium and desperation, I decided to turn my epic fail into an epic win.

I wrote a romance novel. Now, I know what you're thinking,,, how can a straight, cynical, slightly arrogant guy capture the all-consuming romance that each woman craves? He listens. He listens to all the complaints from past failed relationships. He conjures up terrifying memories of three-hour-long phone calls and eight-page letters.

And he enlists the help of his hopeless romantic best friend and her train wreck of a love life.

After that, he slaps a very feminine pen name on the cover-along with some busty dame enraptured in the boulder-like arms of Fabio Jr. You've got yourself a romance novel. Of course, there's much more to it. Not the hot monkey sex I had properly regurgitated throughout. Being Hope Hughes, romance novelist, was much more profitable and ego-indulging than being August Rhys Calloway, struggling writer.

So I ran with it-all the way to a sweet book deal with a top publishing house and a massive following. Who knew? Three novels later, Hope is still here, but so is August.

Less than a year ago, it was revealed that Hope was, in fact, male. Somehow, it only made the Hope brand more popular, both professionally and personally.

A man was capturing these poetic words of passion and longing? A man finally got it? Hope was hotter than ever. But creatively? August was dunzo.

The mojo has left the building. The words-the very same that had so incessantly pursued me-have now abandoned me. So yes, I'm still here, but the words are gone.

My favorite waitress at my favorite bistro approaches my favorite table, asking me if I'd like to order a drink while I wait. I set down my worn Moleskine and look up at her to answer, just in time to catch my best friend bustling in, a tiny tornado of chestnut hair and smeared mascara. She flops into the seat across from me, apologizing profusely. She doesn't call me August. She hasn't since the day we met back in college, nearly ten years ago. She said August was an uptight, pretentious tool that took himself way too seriously.

Then the bubble burst. They thought it was Hope Hughes bringing their book boyfriends to life. Certainly not August Rhys Calloway That's me, by the way. And once upon a time, I had this insane idea to become a writer. Not much I could do about it either. Once the words choose you, you're doomed. So that's what I set out to be-the next great American literary. Just so you know, I tanked.

Like Titanic tanked. My ass still has frostbite from that damn iceberg.

Biting it in such a big way really discouraged me for some time, but somewhere between delirium and desperation, I decided to turn my epic fail into an epic win. I wrote a romance novel.

Now, I know what you're thinking,,, how can a straight, cynical, slightly arrogant guy capture the all-consuming romance that each woman craves?

He listens. He listens to all the complaints from past failed relationships. He conjures up terrifying memories of three-hour-long phone calls and eight-page letters. And he enlists the help of his hopeless romantic best friend and her train wreck of a love life. After that, he slaps a very feminine pen name on the cover-along with some busty dame enraptured in the boulder-like arms of Fabio Jr. You've got yourself a romance novel. Of course, there's much more to it.

Not the hot monkey sex I had properly regurgitated throughout. Being Hope Hughes, romance novelist, was much more profitable and ego-indulging than being August Rhys Calloway, struggling writer. So I ran with it-all the way to a sweet book deal with a top publishing house and a massive following.

Who knew?

Three novels later, Hope is still here, but so is August. Less than a year ago, it was revealed that Hope was, in fact, male. Somehow, it only made the Hope brand more popular, both professionally and personally. A man was capturing these poetic words of passion and longing? A man finally got it? Hope was hotter than ever. But creatively? August was dunzo. The mojo has left the building. The words-the very same that had so incessantly pursued me-have now abandoned me.

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So yes, I'm still here, but the words are gone. My favorite waitress at my favorite bistro approaches my favorite table, asking me if I'd like to order a drink while I wait. I set down my worn Moleskine and look up at her to answer, just in time to catch my best friend bustling in, a tiny tornado of chestnut hair and smeared mascara. She flops into the seat across from me, apologizing profusely.

She doesn't call me August. She hasn't since the day we met back in college, nearly ten years ago.

She said August was an uptight, pretentious tool that took himself way too seriously. Rhys was her cool, casual friend that would suffer through every chick flick on Netflix and split Hawaiian pizza with her because no one else would dare sully a pie with pineapple.

He was the guy who would recite famed love stories from her most beloved writers, and dry her tears with the pads of his ink-stained thumbs.

He was the one that was there to smother broken promises and shattered hearts with sarcasm and whiskey weekends followed by innocent spooning underneath her favorite old quilt. She doesn't meet my gaze. I slowly pull down the vinyl binder with the tip of my finger. Rough night?

That's when I take in the rest of her. Wrinkled, white, silk blouse. Tight, black mini that's more suitable for the queens over at Irv's drag show, and platform pumps that'll have her limping with blisters for a week.

I raise a knowing brow. And not some random's cheap cologne. It happens to be Joshua's, and it's definitely not cheap. The elusive Joshua. It's been what,,,three months now? I'm nearly convinced that Joshua might very well be a six-foot tall Sinthetic doll you've got stashed under your bed. What the what?

We order the first of many libations that will be consumed this morning. I order a much-needed Bloody Mary, while she prefers OJ and bubbly. In her words, it makes her feel extra fancy. Super realistic sex dolls with customizable features. You can choose everything from nipple size to cock wrinkles. Supposed to be like the real thing. So does that mean you have pages for me? I shake my head, earning looks of both concern and longing from across the table. Fiona's been my only beta reader for years, and is one of only four people who actually know that I'm Hope.

So seeing the disappointment on her face is just a reflection of what's been eating away at me. I haven't written anything worth reading in weeks.

Months, if I'm being completely honest. It's like, the very second it was revealed that Hope was a dude, the words went poof. Which doesn't bode well for me and my approaching deadline. My publisher thought it best to continue with the Hope Hughes pen name, considering that it's already an established brand, and no one really knows that I'm the man behind the pen.

But as time dwindles away, so does my confidence that I'll actually produce something good.

Hell, I'd settle for readable at this point. Fiona picks up her menu and peruses the selections-the same selections she could probably recite verbatim without missing a beat. We've been coming to this bistro for Sunday brunch every week since we discovered it, which was pretty much the minute it opened for business.

It shares a building and a bathroom with our favorite bookstore-a mom and pop op that features indie and local authors, as well as the acclaimed greats. I remember dreaming of the day my name would grace the worn oak shelves of Auntie's Bookstore.

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That the meaningless sex with countless women has somehow numbed the pain. Sl Jennings has done it. And for the first time in 24 years, I started living. We are all forever changed. Author Disclaimer: Abuse is real- verbal, emotional, physical and sexual. Effects of combination lipid therapy in type 2 diabetes mellitus.How do you know him?

Other editions. Here was my initial reaction, via Goodreads, immediately after finishing Fear of Falling: I guess the most epic romances are still tucked away within the pages of her favorite novels, safely swathed in inked lies and faded paper promises. View all 19 comments. Even though he and Teresa shared the hottest kiss of his life, he knows that his responsibilities must take priority.

Do you know how insanely frustrating that is? Apr 03, Keighley marked it as to-read. If she were left by a man she loved, or cheated on and that's why she was afraid of love, yes, her actions would be annoying and over the top but her situation was way too different.

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