Saturday, December 9, 2017
I've never put out a second edition before. You'll notice that I'm closing in on 150 books published if you look at Amazon and though I have some reprints in there, there are no second editions. So why did I do it with The Mask of the Jaguar?
First, when the original book came out in 2014, it was acclaimed. Prolific reviewer Caged Mitch said, "This story was a lot of fun for me. It's inventive and new, in a genre that doesn't see a great deal of originality."
Bending the Bookshelf said, "This was a fantastic short story that's more about the transformation itself than the consequences of being transformed, and more about the delivery of justice than the act of humiliation."
The other reviews on both Amazon and Goodreads were equally flattering and helped me decide to write two new Jaguar stories, but since Mask came out, I met incredibly talented feminization artist Anabelle Brito. Brito's art is amazing and I really wanted the first Jaguar book to be graced with her art as well.
She prepared seven new pieces of art for The Mask of the Jaguar book as well as the cover. I also rewrote a few parts where the book was week. The result was a book that even people who bought the first edition would find exciting and enticing. The book is currently in the adult dungeon, which makes it hard to find on Amazon so please follow the link. You'll be glad you did.
Sunday, November 26, 2017
Everybody knows that you don’t mess with Amy. Everybody that is, but Tom. New to high school, he quickly tries to make a name for himself and in doing so, he draws Amy’s ire. Even his sisters know that’s a bad idea, but nobody ever told Tom.
Next week, the story advances four years to the end of senior years. Tom just wants to go camping with his friends, but Amy has other ideas for her sissy. It’s not really a series, but a sequel that finds Tom in a party dress in a room full of beautiful women and completely confused by the whole experience. Pick up Don’t Mess with Amy today and enjoy Amy’s Sissy Slave Auction on December 1st.
Sunday, November 19, 2017
Sometimes, it's just not possible to get a new book out and of course this is a very busy time of year for all of us. It was made even more difficult for me by the death of a friend of mine and a fellow writer. There was so much awesomeness in Michael, I may just have to share some of it with you at sometime.
Rather than making everybody wait around a week without anything to buy, I thought it was probably time to bundle the Quarterback Prom Queen stories into one book. I even tried a pricing experiment. There are about 32,000 words in the collection and it would cost $14.95 to buy all books separately. That's where I'd usually price the collection at $5.99, but I wanted to see if I might drum up a bit more business at $4.99. The jury's still out.
What makes QBPQ so exciting for me is that the book had more depth than I ever intended to give it. The main character Ryan was supposed to be your typical self-centered jock, but the experience gave him some insight and he showed that he actually was a bit more than the stereotype I had originally intended him to be. If you enjoy my usual brand of humiliation, it doesn't get much hotter than watching the big man on campus with the college scholarship brought down to humiliating depths he never knew existed and then brought out the other side transformed and a better person for it.