Bill Orton

Biography

Bill Orton is a writer and political aide, living in southern California.

Smashwords Interview

So December is a stripper?
Four books feature Lori and December, who fell in love in the first, were forced apart in the second, a married couple in the third, and the target of political hatred in the fourth. Through all of these, you gotta do something for work. In the first two, December dances, or poses online. In the marriage, she is the at-home wife. And the fourth novel happens in one hour in the White House, and her history is slammed, while reporters play with politics.
Lori swims? and is a soldier? and good looking?
Lori L Lewis is the majesty of American greatness. Yes, a female. Yes, an athlete. Yes, a soldier. You choose what you do. She always stood for what is great... not because she is... not because what she does is great... but simply because when one IS great and DOES what is great, then that soul is, indeed, one of greatness. So Lori personifies the courage and determination and lightheartedness of the greatness of this beautiful nation. How could she be anything but beautiful and magnificent?
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Books

Love and Hate in America -- Lambchop Battles the Sexist Pigs
Series: 'Post Gender' fiction, (2016). Price: Free! Words: 19,610. Language: English. Published: October 12, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Romance » General, Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian
What's the White House like when hate wins? Ask two married women who march across what now is called the "White Again House." Meet President Dick Bomber, known as Big Dick #1, who feeds skinheads, fat cats, and Putinites at the trough. Ask female staff in red-white-&-blue cocktail dresses about butchery, gluttony and deception. Even an Angel knows that America faces a Winter of Discontent.
The Angel Groucho Horse Whips Nixon's Ghost
Series: 'Post Gender' fiction, (2015). Price: Free! Words: 24,260. Language: English. Published: May 27, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » Satire, Fiction » Literature » Literary
Married women can't see the dead crook, but Groucho and the Jewish Angel Brothers fly Nixon's Ghost to California, to teach a newly-elected dork how to be great. The order? "Ride a horse and save America." If 37 resigns from Limbo, then we don’t not have Nixon to not kick around anymore. Maybe absurd politics can make America laugh again? Or maybe "America’s long national nightmare" is back. FREE!
Fighting America's Invisible Wars -- Battles waged against a Soldier, a Stripper & a Dork
Series: 'Post Gender' fiction, (2014). Price: Free! Words: 80,190. Language: American English. Published: March 25, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Literary, Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian
Does it matter that Staff Sergeant Lewis is a woman? Should she not be able to marry a stripper named December? Does a sexual predator get to stay in Congress when he attempts to rape a female soldier? Love should be blind. Gender shouldn't matter. Heroism is a gift within the soul, not the shape of the skin. The lovers kiss at Bagram Airbase, just before bombs fall near Air Force One. FREE!
Hope For Change... But Settle for a Bailout
Series: 'Post Gender' fiction, (2012). Price: Free! Words: 101,670. Language: English. Published: April 16, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » Black comedy, Fiction » Erotica » Lesbian Erotica
Are times so hard in America that everyone just wants a bailout? Larry wins the lottery, posing the question: Does it change you? This absurd novel speaks to the gap between rich and poor, the collapse of the financial system, and is wrapped in a lesbian love story, a tale of the London Olympics, and how one retains honor and dignity in hard times.
Lilac's Book: Random Advice & Hippy Values, for Ages 12 to Adult
Price: Free! Words: 10,710. Language: English. Published: February 29, 2012. Categories: Essay » Literature, Nonfiction » Philosophy » New age philosophy
Written by a father as a gift for his daughter, topics are in random order and range from "Hope" and "Tomatoes" to "Drugs," "Sex," "Relationships," and "Religion." Includes extensive reader comments and links to the author and website for the online version of the book.

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