Tor Cummings


Tor Cummings lives in the Mojave Desert in a small (but growing too fast) town of Bullhead City. He writes erotic stories for the most part with some mysteries and horror thrown in for variety.
When not writing, he cares for a bunch of cats, hikes, and reads—a lot!
Born in Denver, Colorado in 1953, Tor has lived in Lausanne, Key West, Gravois Mills, San Francisco, Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, Washington DC, Black Rock City, with shorter stays at a number of other places. He has worked as a lobster fisherman, shrimp boat painter, accountant, assistant film editor, film sound editor, database designer, web site builder, and now he writes and self-publishes.

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The Bankcard
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 6,780. Language: English. Published: December 12, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Crime thriller
A good deed goes wrong. Ellie is trying to help an old friend with a problem and lends her some cash. They work out a way for Ellie to get paid back involving a bankcard and a few trips to the ATM. Ellie doesn’t realize what trouble her helping hand is going to get her into.

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  • The Collected "Greene Shorts"; Volume 1 on Sep. 15, 2012

    "Greene Shorts, vol. 1" is off the wall, outrageous erotica, humorous and arousing. The stories are quick reads. They are are very fun as long as you are adventurous but are not for the feint of heart. If you want something wild, fast, and fun, Esmeralda Greene's stories are for you. (I also love the green shorts covers.)
  • The Collected "Greene Shorts"; Volume 2 on Oct. 12, 2012

    When I want to sit down and read a really erotic, wicked, juicy story, I read Esmeralda Greene. This is another great collection of her "Greene Shorts" (I love the green shorts in the covers), very entertaining and very bad--bad in the good way meaning not for everybody. Read the warnings before you buy, but once you do, be ready for fun.
  • Tales from a Tangled Bush on Nov. 03, 2012

    I am still reading the stories in this ollect by Vanessa de Sade, but, even before finishing them all, I can tell you that she has become one of my favorite authors of erotica. In her first story, Big Cat Circus, writing portrays the scenes so well that I can smell the dust and grime of the side shows, see the faded paint, touch Babe's ample flesh, and feel her hopes and pain. Excellant writing. I highly recommend this collection.
  • Melancholia Falls on Nov. 25, 2012

    Well, I have confirmed for myself that Vanessa de Sade is quite a writer. The first stories of hers I read were from Tales of a Tangled Bush. After reading “The Big Cat Circus” I thought, “Wow, this lady can write!” Now I’m reading Melancholia Falls and I’m impressed. I get such a strong feeling of place from both of these works. She built such an eerie atmosphere into these two works that I felt intrigued from page one. Vanessa de Sade is so good with making a place live and feeling edgy that I think she’d make a good horror writer, but I hope she sticks to erotica—or maybe combine the two? Highly recommend this book.
  • The Girl In The Gondola on Dec. 05, 2012

    I very much enjoyed Girl in the Gondola. Ernst Winchester has the ability to build a story slowly but keep the reader intrigue. I felt a quiet suspense from the start to end. The story wasn't sexual, but it was sensual, more of a traditional erotica, something Moravia might have written.