A writer since I was six, I've been published most years since 1970 under other names. I've lived, loved, and learned a lot since then, enough to have good stories to tell.
I'll be publishing the hotter ones here, with names changed to protect both innocent and guilty. I hope you like them, tell your friends, and submit brief, honest reviews with as many stars as you think each one deserves.
I write for my readers, and appreciate your thoughtful feedback. My aim here is "erotica with heart." If you think I've missed that mark, feel free to tell me how via email to "my pen name with no spaces" at "gee em A eye ell dot com".
My sweetie and I live quietly outside Sequim (pronounced "Skwim"), Washington, USA, tending organic gardens and our pets.
She strode into my store in whites, pants showing off the sweetest bubble butt a white woman ever had. Bringing her coffee to the register, she looked hot from that angle too. I gave her my best smile, and her eyes lit up. It was mutual lust at first sight, but I didn't get her name till I bumped into Ariel and Corinne at a local pub. Brunette and blond, both petite, the two worked together...
Running a 24-Seven can be hell, but the fringe benefits can be heavenly -- especially for a guy who loves women.
Experienced clerks tell true stories to curl your hair. I'd rather tell more pleasant ones.
Like the time a beautiful call girl came shopping in just her sandals and silk robe, or the nurses who took a shine to me.
Now I work in the U district, with the best girl watching in town...
on March 17, 2010
A good, engaging short-short that left me wondering...
Tilly and Elmer Get Warmed Up
on Nov. 07, 2013
Tilly and Elmer are frisky and fun! Though Clements could use a good copy editor, he tells this story entertainingly and his illustrations made me chuckle. I look forward to seeing the rest of this series.
Daddy for a Day
on Nov. 08, 2013
Smith is a good storyteller, but DESPERATELY needs a copy editor. His plotting, characterization, and descriptive skills are very good, and the story is very hot, but sloppy spelling and grammar errors detract from a good tale.