I recently submitted my fifth story to Indie Erotica Collective and got accepted. The title is “A Dark Merman Obsession”, and it’s a merman/human romance thriller. The ebook will be released later this year.
I recently started writing the second book in the “A Merman Owned By Two Wolves” series, which will continue where the first book left off. It took me quite a while to get on it since the first book was released in March. It’s because I write numerous stories under different pen names and design book covers as my job, which can take up a lot of my time. Rest assured that there was always going to be a second book, and I do want to finish it. I originally planned a minimum of three books, but I’ll have to see how the second book turns out before I can confirm that decision.
Happy Pride Month! Here’s to improving our society by raising awareness, increasing visibility, and fighting intolerance for more years to come. Never give up hope.
“Felix Boni and the Reanimation of Craig Rotter” is now available on Amazon, Apple Books, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and Smashwords.
After the death of Felix’s first love, Craig, a mysterious man gives Felix a proposition to bring Craig back to life. The catch? Felix and Craig have to take part in a study that records the interactions between humans and reanimated corpses. Why is this experiment a problem? Because they’ll be watched with every single thing they do, including the most-intimate moments.
Despite his reluctance, Felix can at least have Craig back, which makes him so happy. Unfortunately for Craig, his new state is anything but pleasant. It’s bad enough that he can’t be seen in public without a mask. He can’t even see his own family!
Now, Felix has to make a choice. He could continue with the experiment indefinitely, facing a rough life with no privacy. Or he could simply break it. But if he chooses the latter…
He’d lose Craig forever.
I just want to remind my readers that I do not post about new chapters for existing Nifty stories, only the first chapter when the story is new. Instead, Nifty story updates will be listed in the STORY NEWS bullet list of the PUBLICATIONS page up top. This is to avoid blog post clutter. Thanks for reading!
“Cochran Brittle and the Seed of Herby Groon” is now available on Amazon, Apple Books, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and Smashwords.
Cochran is a flora appreciator who purchases a peculiar plant on his nineteenth birthday, and he names it Herby. Little does the poor virgin know that Herby can shift into the green and leafy stud of his (wet) dreams.
Could there be room for romance? Who knows? But pleasure comes first in what could turn into a unique experience.
Too bad Herby doesn’t speak English. Oh, well. He certainly speaks body language, and quite well from what Cochran is about to discover.
“Little Blue Tail and the Big Bad Wolf” is now available on Amazon, Apple Books, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and Smashwords.
Blue Tail is a young merman with a secret desire to walk on land like people do. In desperation to make his dreams come true, Blue Tail strikes a deal with the sea witch—she gives him legs, but for an undisclosed steep price.
Blue Tail is soon captured by a crew of hungry wolves on a ship. While Blue Tail should feel fear and terror, he instead feels something…pleasurable. And this only serves to attract the attention of Captain Wolf and his whole crew, putting his life at risk. What a price to pay for human legs!
Given Captain Wolf’s keeping an eye on Blue Tail, and keeping him safe from the crew, is he perhaps not the big bad wolf he appears to be? Could he offer Blue Tail his protection?
Of course, there’s a catch. And it could change Blue Tail’s life forever.
“From a physical proximity, to a shared experience, to a permanent attachment…” Blue Tail has just this hint from the sea witch to go by. These words may not make sense to him, but they definitely make sense to his destiny.
A destiny that could make room for another existence in his life.
Happy MerMay! While the month-long event is simply a challenge to draw one mermaid each day for the whole month of May, unrelated to writing, I still acknowledge it on my website (for obvious reasons).
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