Checking On Ethan

Adult Erotica
The author offers to ‘check in’ on his girlfriend’s 18-year old son while she attends an out of town conference. - Adult supervision is the main idea, making sure he and the house are safe; (think “Risky Business” here.) Turns out, the author wants to start his own party, and he’s eager to see if the son likes to play. More

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About Houlden Hemmings

Houlden Hemmings has had a passionate involvement in American literature since the early ’80s. His first adult ‘read’ was “Catcher in the Rye” and it opened his eyes for his later writings. When the ‘Age of the Internet’ blossomed, Hemmings was one of the early writers who began to diverge from traditional ‘content’ and write toward his reader’s hard-wired anthropology, and the more subtle, psychological area. – Houlden believes that the brain is the most overlooked sex organ in the body, and his writing caters to a ‘story-view’ rather than a “friction” view. – According to Houlden, there have been several great ‘thematic’ literature revelations in American letters… With the introduction of the wildly popular, “Fifty Shades of Gray”… the “erotic-theme” is emerging in American literature. Houlden’s graphic, but non-pandering stories will thrill you in your inner-core.

Mr. Hemmings has had a private audience for his writing over the last 20 years. His decision to make his work open to the public will set new standards in the venue of ‘erotic literature’. – His commentary is unconventional, insightful, controversial, and above all… entertaining. Houlden believes the most important medium to ever hit the masses is the Internet, and the tremendous influence it has had on global communication. When you read his ‘soon-to-be-launched’ blog, “This Erotic Life”, you will know one thing for sure, – ‘It’s the ‘sexiest’ thing you’ve ever read, and you KNOW you’re coming back for more.

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