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I’ve been publishing for several years now writing for years (hard to believe my first shorts came out in 2012), and writing for a lot longer than that. I can no longer say that I’m new to this whole “writing” thing. I have more of a process now. I have fans. I pay taxes on royalties. I work with beta readers and send out ARCs and write this blog, and do all the other mechanisms that go along with publishing books that have nothing to do with the books themselves. I even set up a sister site with some other authors, hotwifebooks.com, and (marginally) run that. But my motivation to write, to create, is largely the same as it always has been. I do this for myself first and foremost, crafting stories that I enjoy, and then packaging them to share with you.
I’m not as prolific as some authors, nor as prolific as I wish I could be. I make time in my busy schedule to get these stories out—not to rake in the royalties, but just to get the stories out of my head and onto paper. I’ve got a full-time job (that I love), a family (that I love even more) and yes, I have other hobbies that take up my time. I do, occasionally, watch television. I own an Xbox. But I enjoy creating things, and having this outlet to explore these fantasies. Added bonus, I get to explore them with you guys.
This was going to be a post on process: how do I write, where do the ideas come from, blah blah. Maybe I’ll write that one day, if you guys and gals are interested. But the one point I want to keep from that post is that when I sit down to write a story, I have a rough concept in mind, usually a premise, and a few characters. I typically know the subgenre that I want to write in (and lets be honest, it usually involves some form of misbehaving wife or couple). And then I go. I let my imagination take me where it does. I try to be thoughtful to where my characters want to go and let them do what they want to do, and I always help guide them back to a happier resolution, but that’s it.
So even after all these years, I hope you guys know that I’m still the same author I was back in 2012, only more mature (hopefully) with more refined prose. I still have the thirst to explore my own fantasies, and still love sharing them with you all.
New book is out! It’s called The Girlfriend Experience and it’s over on Amazon. If you liked it, let me know—or better yet, let others know by leaving a review on Amazon. The paperback will be available soon (I promise!), and it’ll be available on other marketplaces in a few months.
Heather and Vincent are a happily married couple living a quaint and comfortable life in the Minneapolis suburbs. They are not the type to do anything crazy, not in their life choices, certainly not in the bedroom. But everyone harbors a fantasy or two, and when the annual Health and Fitness Convention brings Vincent to Las Vegas, Heather decides to explore her darkest one. She wants to be a high class call girl.
Role-playing as Angelica, Heather joins Vincent after his business is over to give him the ultimate experience: the girlfriend experience. She’ll spend night and day with him, pretend to be his girlfriend, and do very naughty things to him…for a price.
Find out what happens when Heather slips into the skimpiest disguise she’d ever imagined and enters a world of sex, sin, and where everything has a price.
I’ve got some exciting news for all of you. Since finishing the Training to Love It trilogy, I’ve been hard at work on other projects. I hope you caught my short in the compilation of Best Hotwife Erotica that Arnica Butler put out last month. If you didn’t, go check it out. It’s only .99 on Amazon and well worth it (plus, my story features the alluring Linnea Sorenson from Unconventional!).
In addition to that short, I’ve finished two (2) new books. Yeah, I’m not sure how I did that either, but it happened, and they’re full-fledged novels. Curious what they’re about? Read on. (more…)
The authors over at hotwifebooks.com have been busy working on a set of short stories to get you ready for summer. All are classic hotwife tales in their own way, from Ben Boswell’s story of a wife’s old flame to Kirsten McCurran’s Vegas adventure. I ended up writing a short adventure about the sexy, Finish blonde from Unconventional, Linnea Sorenson. Check it out, especially if you’re a fan of that character (I know I am).
Oh, and best of all, the whole thing is only .99 on Amazon (and free to those with Kindle Unlimited).
So what are you doing? Go grab it now!
Erin and Tom Smith keep crossing lines, pushing their boundaries of fantasy, of comfort, of what it means to be a hotwife, a swinger, a cuckold. Their shared fantasy unlocks a side of Erin that neither of them suspected—a submissive who craves wild sex, who gets excited at obeying the whims of another man. Tom loves this new side of her almost as much as he fears it. They’ve already gone too far once before. Could it happen again?
All actions have consequences, and those consequences are about to hit for Erin and Tom. Will this couple falter under this ultimate test, or will they emerge stronger than ever?
Happy weekend, and happy April! I know that many of you have been eagerly awaiting the final installment in Training to Love It. I’m here to happily say that it’s nearly here. It’s with my wife and editor right now, and she’s racing through it. This series has been my most ambitious, and it’s not been easy, but it’s definitely been worth it.
For those of you who want a taste, I’ve posted an excerpt. The complete thing will be out shortly.
If you haven’t seen this video by Armen Antranikian, then you owe it to yourself. If you’ve already watched it, then I recommend watching it again. It captures so much of what I write and what you enjoy: voyeurism, that tenseness that comes with watching your loved one flirt, and all the heavy emotions that swirl when things go too far. If I could kickstart more of these movies, I would. If I could pick someone to turn one of my books into a movie, this guy would be the one.
Word of warning, while this video isn’t hardcore, I’d recommend against watching it at work. Besides, it’s good enough that you should find some quiet time to immerse yourself in it.
So February is almost gone, and as many of you have observed, there’s no book yet. I’ve also done a poor job of managing expectations, so I apologize for that.
Unfortunately, I won’t be able to make a February deadline for the next book in this series. I’ve had a few distractions come up, in addition to the fullness of my regular life. I will say that I’ve written over half of the book, and it’s one of my most ambitious to date. It’s also been one of the most difficult. I wrote a long time ago something about not doing sequels, and as I write this final book in the trilogy, I’m reminded of why that is.
Will this be the book that you’re expecting, reader? Probably not. Was the second book? Based on your reviews and your emails, for many of you, it was not. A fresh book with new characters is easy. We start with a blank canvas and zero expectations. I’m allowed to tell whatever story I want. With a follow-up, everyone has an idea of what they want, including myself. Worse, I’m tempted to start bending my narrative to meet the expectations of everyone. That would be a poisonous path to take. One of my guiding principals as an author is to not do that. I write for myself, and as soon as I stop doing that, I’m going to stop writing. I posted this years ago, but it’s worth mentioning again (not just to authors, but for anyone who strives to create):
If your work is filled with the hope and longing for applause, it’s no longer your work–the dependence on approval has corrupted it, turned it into a process where you are striving for ever more approval.
Who decides if your work is good? When you are at your best, you do. If the work doesn’t deliver on its purpose, if the pot you made leaks or the hammer you forged breaks, then you should learn to make a better one. But we don’t blame the nail for breaking the hammer or the water for leaking from the pot. They are part of the system, just as the market embracing your product is part of marketing.
So Training 3. It’s being worked on. I promise. It’s more than halfway there, and it’s rolling now. I’m putting everything I have into it because the story of Erin and Tom (and AJ) deserve it. To all of you chomping at the bit for the book, I ask for patience. It’ll arrive. There will be some surprises. And this story will finally be told in full.
As always, thanks for your support.
He harbors a fantasy of watching his wife with another man. She fantasizes about the hot, black guy she teaches in night school. And along comes Christmas, a time to make everyone’s dreams come true. A time for two, perfect gifts.
It’s been a good year, and so much of that has to do with you, my readers, and the support you’ve shown—through emails, through reviews, and through simply purchasing and enjoying my books. I can no longer put free books on Amazon, so this one’s priced as low as possible. Find it here.
If you’re looking for more Christmas (and holiday) erotica, here are a few of my personal favorites:
My Wife’s Christmas Surprise
Take an overweening boss, a beautiful wife, and a diffident husband. Add the booze and music of a rocking office Christmas party. Throw in a deep, festering, unresolved conflict. And what do you get? A very special, very twisted, very Boswell Christmas story.
Ho Ho Ho.
It Started With Mistletoe
When a snowstorm keeps Eve and Kurt in the neighborhood, they visit Marie and Brett’s hot Christmas party. Eve feels frisky after a few spiked drinks and playing down in the basement leads to another hot swap after the other guests have gone. This is the second story in the Eve & Friends series. The first is It Started With a Joke
And of course, my own (free) book:
Dan was resigned to a Christmas alone. He told himself it was fine, that experiencing the holidays through the smiles of others was enough. But on Christmas Eve, the prospect of life by himself without the magic of the season was crushing. And then she walked into Santa’s shop, one last present to unwrap before the holidays came to an end.