Remote Control Mittens

Adult Erotica
Sometime between Cyber Mittens and High Voltage Mittens, Sam and Nina went and rode rollercoasters, and bumped into Nina's friend Khushi.

Sometime later, Khushi told Sam and Nina what they'd unknowingly done to her during that brief encounter.

Sometime recently, Sam and Nina asked Khushi if they could write a story about it.

And sometime now, it's going to get sweaty.

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About Phoenix Baker

Hello! I write smut. Or rather, I write happy, sex-positive stories that aren't afraid of the occasional bit of blatant humanity. When was the last time you saw a character in a novel stop mid-sentence to sneeze? Or walk into a room, immediately forget what the hell she went in there for, and wander around for a minute trying to remember what she was doing? These little malfunctions are a part of being alive, and I think we need to see more of them in our fiction. I hope that you enjoy my stories about malfunctioning humans who fall in love and do really weird things to each other.

About me:
I am kept warm and dry by a beautiful redhead, who keeps me in a little hutch at the bottom of her garden. I write my stories in the dirt with a stick, and then I sit on them until they hatch into ebooks. I give those ebooks to Amazon and Smashwords, and then people send me shiny pennies by abstracting them into ones and zeroes and pushing them to me through a big hose. I don't properly understand how it works, but it lets me buy more carrots, so that's okay.

Amazon told me to write a proper biography like the guy who wrote "Angela's Ashes," but he uses his real name and has won awards, and he probably writes using a computer or something, not a stick. I haven't won any awards.

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About the Series: Mittens
A series of stories, some short and some long, about two best friends who fall in love and do really weird things to each other.

Also in Series: Mittens

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