Chronicles of a Bare Naked Nudist

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When his wife dies in a tragic accident police detective Rick Williams embarks on life-changing decisions that no one about him could have foreseen. He sells his house, retires, and decides to travel across the USA from one nudist club to another, enjoying the friendships and freedom that only clothes-free living can provide. Then unseen danger arises and he must fight to protect those he loves. More

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About Jacob M. Drake

Jacob Drake is the author of various Fantasy, Horror, Science Fiction and Erotica books, all available on Smashwords. His only problem in writing is not having enough time to write to completion all the stories he gets in his head. "If I wrote constantly until the day I died I still would never be able to exhaust the imagination that is the source of these stories.

"I've always loved reading, so somewhere along the line it only seemed natural that I would sit down and start writing the type of stories I like to read. And that's only because I can't always find a book I want to read that encompasses the type of story I want. Sure, there are lots of great authors out there, but they don't always have their next new novel in my hands at the time I want to read it. Certainly there won't ever be another new book by Robert Heinlein or Isaac Asimov, though I wish with all that's in me there were.

"I wrote my first story in high school for an English class. Had no idea what I was going to write until Sunday night (This was due the next day) when I sat down at my typewriter (Yes, this was back in the Stone Age before PCs came available) and started pounding on the keys. I turned in the finished story the next day and received an "A".

"But I didn't write anything else (except songs, of which I have more than 100 finished) for many years, mostly due to the fact of raising a family and trying to be responsible (I hate that word). That came about because I had a story in me banging at the inside of my head, demanding to be let out. This time I sat down at the keyboard at my PC and began writing. I don't recall how long it took to complete that story, but it's now published as "Parallels: Book One - Heroes Enjoined Series".

"I was quite satisfied with how that turned out, so a bit later I wrote the sequel to that book and called it "XKALIBUR". I then wrote a smattering of horror stories as well as a few more books and then a bunch of stories based on female superheroes who get into - ahem - trouble each and every time they go out on patrol.

"But none of these stories ever saw publication and that was okay with me (to a point), because I realized that deep down inside of me I was a writer and I had stories that kept screaming at me to write them. So I did, even though I had nowhere to publish them. My wife well knows how many times I said, "I just want my stories out somewhere so other people can read them! What good does it do if they sit on my computer and no one else can enjoy them?"

"I tried getting book publishers interested in my works, but they wouldn't even deign to read my intro letter. Many other authors know that feeling, too. I attempted to get an agent, with pretty much the same results. Most agents are too busy trying to place the stories for the author's they already represent.

"I then read something on the internet one day while searching for online publishers. Someone had published his story at a place called Smashwords.com and it hadn't cost him a cent. I don't recall who that was, but I wish I could thank him for having the sense to write that blurb where I could read it.

"I entered the name into my browser bar and hit "enter". Sure, I had to register, but that was free, so I did. Figuring out how to get my stories formatted properly in order to get them uploaded onto Smashwords was a bit of a chore, but Mark Coker's Style Guide was pretty much clear on the subject and eventually I had it all done for my first book.

"Once "Parallels" was published online I was like a little kid on Christmas morning with a tree filled with presents underneath.

"Within the next month I had all of my completed stories formatted and uploaded, which meant I had to take all my horror stories and put them together with a book title. Then I had to do the same for my B.A.B.E.S. stories, but that worked easy enough, once I figured out what program to use (Picasa3) to make covers with.

"Now I work on getting my latest novels written so they can join the rest of my 'family' of eBooks that are now available on all the eBook retailers' sites.

"Not all of my books are for everyone, especially my erotica classifications, like the "Complete Book of B.A.B.E.S." and my "Rebirth of the Gods" book. Some day I'll get around to writing the promised second book to that series, honest. For the time being, I've been channeling my energy into writing the books for my vampire series, the first of which is "Forever Undead" and the second one is "Darkness in the Light". Now I have the third in this series, "Forever the Dark Grave", and then I'll write "Darkness in the Draca Legacy". After that I'll link these all together with "Forever Darkness". Recently I got the idea of writing a bunch of short stories based on the vampire bar (Vampir Sange) that appears in "Darkness in the Light" and publishing it under the title "Vampir Sange - Dark Tales From the Blood Bar". That one will be written.

"I'm enjoying my vampire realms too much to do anything else right now, but I am open to hearing from those who read my books."

Care to write and make suggestions? You can reach me at: eternal.naturist2@gmail.com

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Review by: Brendon Meynell on July 01, 2014 :
Okay so in all honesty and fairness I'd like to point out that I was provided a review copy of this book in return for providing websites such as this with true and accurate reviews.

There was no sort of agreement that I'd rate it highly, and only provide positive feedback in return for the review copy and so be assured that the following is a true, and accurate review of the story at hand.

If you have come to the 'erotic' section for a quick read in the hope of 'getting off' this definately is not the book for you this is a well written, orchastrated and planned book.

From the opening chapter, with the loss of the main characters beloved wife, through to exploring his nudist inhabitions, and finding love again this book has you gripped and covers everything from dealing with the death of someone beloved and close to you, to finding love with the added twist at the end.

I found this book highly entertaining, easy to read, and although a VERY small number of spelling mistakes (mainly spaces between the wrong letters which leads to words having an extra letter on the end) it goes almost unnoticible as you become hooked from the first page to the last.

This is a great story for all who are interested in love, romance, and romantic trysts that have you cheering on the main character with each page that you turn.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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