Our tastes lean toward edgy sexual writing that doesn't always conform to the conventional formulas of the lowest common denominator output of most authors.
Some of our writers may disturb the reader with scenes that excite the reader unexpectedly. In ways that transgress the bounds of a status quo mentality. Consider it an opportunity to expand your individual sexual aesthetic while enjoying a safe outlet for exploring new erotic experiences in fictional literary form.
Take a peek at our generous free samples. If you don't like what you see--no harm, no foul--you're free to look elsewhere.
We give a certain class of savvy readers the uncompromising sexual content only a literate few can fully appreciate.
ePublishing is an ideal platform for all kinds of genre fiction. Including frank and honest literature of a sexual nature.
Please remember it *IS* fiction. If some stories contain characters that are racist, sexist, or other species of ignorant, it is the characters that are acting out and their actions and behavior are not endorsed by the authors or the publisher in any way. They are being held up for public censure not offered as templates of model behavior.
The utter stupidity displayed by narrow-minded characters that hold ignorant attitudes is meant to evoke derisive laughter. Please do not take them too literally.
Generally speaking the work of Joe Brewster is lighter and more humorous than JD Kindle. Stella Graffen writes from a woman's sexual perspective while exploring refreshingly permissive themes.
Ella's Boy - Office Femdom fiction
by Joe Brewster
Joe takes a phone-jockey temp job as a lone male ordered around by a fun group of attractive women.
Joe is trapped in a feud between no-nonesense Barb, the domineering self-appointed office manager, & the fun-loving female crew regulars as they fight for control.
Joe's latent submissive nature blooms as he learns to obey women & falls under the spell of sexy LadyBoss Ella who makes him her Boy.
Stories of Female Domination: Badass Office Bitches
by JD Kindle
Almost 20 stories of varying length from 600 to 6000 words dealing with Dominant women in an office setting.
All sex is consensual between adults, usually women dominating men, but a few lesbian episodes appear. Some stories involve more than one woman taking turns imposing their sexual will on a lone male.
This is not light-hearted romance but it is fun & character driven.
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- How To Cope With A Disability
on Oct. 18, 2012
I love how the author takes an honest assessment of the role emotions play in coloring reality and is able to move beyond that and deal with life on a positive basis. Families help us cope, too!
- A Guide To Get Thru Abuse
on Oct. 18, 2012
- The Alien That Came
on Oct. 31, 2012
A great quirky bit of sexy flash fiction. A fast and fun story for adults only.
- Melody's Passion
on Nov. 05, 2012
WoW! What a story!
It reads like an Adult fable like David Lynch (the film-maker) might dream up.
I never knew what was going to happen next. Very quirky. You have a unique way of telling a story that's for sure!
I really enjoyed it!
-- Stella Graffen
- The Sane Person's Guide to Self-Publishing
on April 10, 2015
Incredibly refreshing honest advice from a skilled writer.
Diane Mulligan offers aspiring writers a solid leg-up as they pursue success in the land of self-publishing. She's 'been there, done that' while exploring most of the territory they'll likely encounter. She's scouted out a bird's-eye view of the landscape and come back with an objective assessment of the most likely strategies that will yield a successful self-publishing experience.
Mulligan doesn't come at you with ironclad pronouncements. She offers heartfelt observations that seem to spring from a sincere desire to help others avoid fruitless schemes that waste your time.
For veterans of the process who have wondered 'What if..?' regarding the many options available for creating positive exposure to our work--book fairs, blog tours, public readings, paid reviews, social networking, offering free copies, giveaway events, etc--that involved too much time, too much money, or were just too confusing to deal with, and left us wondering 'would it have made any difference if I'd just gone that extra mile?' Mulligan, in many cases, has trod that extra mile and she shares that with us.
Mulligan's authenticity alone gives this book the stamp of authority that is lacking in most books on the subject. An awesome overview with a personal touch.