2x Erotica Stories

My original plan was to launch 8 erotica/romance stories at the same time and cross link them. I was told that’s how it’s done, and from research it seemed to hold true.

Unfortunately by the time I started getting into my “erotica project”–some months after I wrote ‘A Burglary with Lust‘–it was already too late. I did however manage wrap up ‘Let’s Hook Up in Real Life‘ before I abandoned my venture into the dark side of storytelling.

Basically, these two stories have been dusting in my ‘finished’ bin for over a year (mid-2016). Since I probably wont be writing any more romance/erotica to fill this imaginary quota, it’s time to publish!

The truth is totally that I’m only doing this so I can claim I published more than one story this year!

I have to say though, they deserve to be published. They’re both great quality stories way above what you would expect in the erotica genre.

So why did I end up writing not one, but two smut pieces? Because I was hired to. I’m not a sellsword or anything, but it was kinda fun to try something different, especially since I never made real money on my writing before, so the promise of a payday was a good motivator. Yeah, I was hired as a ghostwriter.

When ghostwriting, there is a set of instructions on things to include such as characters (yes, his name apparently has to be Con Artist) and plots. Honestly, with what I had to work with, I think it turned out exceptionally well. She asked me to include the most ridiculous things like a corrupt judge who apparently could ignore the jury and put people in jail left and right. The ‘bad boy biker’ wasn’t even supposed to appear in the story until the very last chapter (breaking the first rule of writing). Etc. So. Really. I did exceptionally well with the mess I was handed.

Despite all that effort it turns out I was about to be scammed and wouldn’t get paid, so I pulled out and been sitting on the finished product ever since.

So anyway, here they are, with a new pen name, specifically created for erotica stories:

Enjoy!…or something xD

Note that LHUiRL is a short story at ~5k words, while ABwL is a novelette at ~10k.

Review: Will Save the Galaxy for Food

I just finished reading Will Save the Galaxy for Food by Yahtzee Croshaw, definitely a five star story!

Yahtzee is an excellent writer, who somehow manages to capture and produce beautiful, living and breathing worlds… then goes on to populate said worlds with characters who are acutely unrealistic and severely brain damaged. It is essentially a blend of masterful writing skill and pure creativity.

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It doesn’t matter if we master interstellar travel or gain a near god-like understanding of quantum physics. In the end, you can trust one variable never to change; humanity will remain petty and dumb as a rock.

McKeown glower at the stars like they owe him, like they used to be best friends and now are nothing but lies and betrayal. The golden era of swashbuckling space adventuring long since gone. McKeown has just about closed shop when everything goes appropriately wrong at the right moment.

This might be my absolute favorite of Yahtzee’s books. It has everything he did great with his previous two books and more! If you enjoy his other books, you will enjoy this one. Guaranteed by the Star Pilot Volunteer Peacekeeping Corps.

Free Promotion Time!

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With the Anniversary of House Secret and the recent release of the paperback, I have decided to hold an anniversary sale!

Starting at midnight of the 25th May, 2017 the ebook of House Secret will be priced at $0.99 (67% off) for 23 hours, before going back up to its standard $2.99 price.

As a warm-up to the anniversary, Angelic Extinction, Spectral Investigation and The Winning Ticket will all free between the 24th and the 25th of May, 2017!

Have a good read and a great day!

House Secret Paperback!

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I actually weren’t aware until today that it’s possible to create paperback versions of books directly on Amazon. I decided to overhaul House Secret, made some minor grammar and spelling fixes, and prepared it for paperback!

It’s actually very exciting for me, I never thought I would get to hold one of my own books until I went through the long and expensive process of ordering a bulk of copies from a hobbyist book printer.

The only downside is how stingy Amazon can be about royalties. I’m not even making one third of a dollar per sale despite the high price.

Jiiiiiiiii~

Anyway, here’s the Amazon link.

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