A writer's head can be so crammed full of ideas, there just isn't enough time in the day to write down all the stories that lurk there.
I have a pirate time travel that's rattling around in my mind. I've even done quite a bit of research on pirates and the setting. My heroine and hero are clearly defined physically in mental image pictures, but that's where it stops. So far.
Move on to the next story: Daphne and Mason, two friends that have been Saturday-night-only lovers for six months, but he wants more and she wants to stay in their sexual friendship, a term that Mason doesn't care for one bit. But, they find themselves on vacation in Hawaii, a lover's paradise.
The next story on the docket is Kendall's stories about her month of men (40 men!) that she blogs about so other single girls won't end up like her...flooding her dating pool. The blog for the first week of 10 men has been finished, but not edited. Kendall's blog is a prequel of sorts. Her story about meeting her love, a sexy bartender warlock, can be found in the anthology, A Spirited Season.
And, now a new character (but one that I've been thinking about for years) has decided to pop into my head and make herself known. She's told me that she lives in rural America during the time that doomsday preppers call The End of the World As We Know It.
What does all this have to do with being "juicy?"
The world dictionary defines juicy as provocatively interesting, and that's what these ideas and stories are to me. And, it's just a cool world to say. :)
Tune in next time for more juicyness!