My favorite sin: A story of intense incest and gay sex

Rated 1.33/5 based on 3 reviews
A short part of my intended longer novella about cousins fucking and twins making love which also includes a father who loves having sex with his children. A nice short read that you will surely enjoy. More
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Words: 790
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476045559
About Mirvan Ereon

A poet, artist, indie author, painter, madman and deviant, Mirvan Ereon is a strange and yet attractive human being. He is weird, fun, lovable and sexy all at the same time. He is polyamorous, pansexual, and many other twisted things and he is not afraid to be different. He is proud of who he is and he wants you to be the same way too with yourself!

He maintains the blogs:


Life as an HIV positive:

Life as a sexual deviant:

HIV/AIDS awareness:

ViraLit - coming soon

Personal website:

(coming soon)

He can be reached at, his personal email.

For inquiries and story or poetry requests, please email

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Review by: Onasmusic on Jan. 23, 2013 :
It was hard to follow the idea was there ,but the follow through was not.
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Review by: rachel johnson on May 13, 2012 :
short story that reads like someone who speaks English as a second language. There is no flow, and the writing is very choppy. The story itself was ok, nothing I would want to read again. As an erotic story, it just wasn't erotic.
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Review by: Peter Thompson on May 09, 2012 :
"A cock like the Petronas Tower" Argh. This is a crass and stylishly incompetent tale with little eroticism on show. It is hard to follow who is saying/thinking what and thus is too confusing to bother with.
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Review by: Amy Scythe on May 03, 2012 : (no rating)
It was okay could have been alot better but the writing was confusing the POVs changed and I couldnt understand who was doing what or thinking. There was no transition point for character change and that just messed it up.
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