New Site, New Book

Hello, friends. It’s been a minute, hasn’t it. In fact, the last time I posted on my blog was when I went to Crimson Moon last October.

Since then, Tumblr has decided they aren’t going to be porn-friendly anymore. Well, that’s fine; WordPress to the rescue! Welcome to my all-new site. Looks pretty blah, right? Well, there’s a reason for that.


As I write this, I’m about halfway through the second draft of my second collection of short-stories. After that, I have to do the third draft, get it beta-read, commission the art, typeset it for print and digital, order sample copies, update the file as needed, order more sample copies, hope they’re right, order author copies, pack it all up, and get it to Frolicon for the release. It’s a lot of work, but it’s going to happen.

I don’t have a title for the new collection yet; the current folder where I’m keeping everything is called butt stuff — and yes, that does mean every story contains something to do with butts.

Now, I don’t have a lot to share with you about the collection just yet, but here are six stories that I’ve got titles for. See if you can figure out what they’re about.

  • A Lunch Date With Professor Richards
  • The Spanking of Megan Riley
  • Meeting Marianne
  • A three-parter (which may end up being a four-parter, but I’m not sure yet) that may end up with the overarching title “Red Letter Days” or “The Best Days of My Life”:
    • The Best Tuesday of My Life
    • The Best Friday of My Life
    • The Best Thursday of My Life

While you wait for more news, and for my site to be less bland, why don’t you grab yourself a copy of Baker’s Dozen. Oh, you have one? Have you reviewed it? I know you haven’t because there are all of two reviews on Amazon. If you liked it, I’d love to hear why.

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