I can’t believe that it’s July. Where did June go? For that matter, where has 2016 gone? Hope everyone’s summers are going well. If you’re looking for an inexpensive beach read and haven’t picked it up, the anthology I did with some other great authors, Summer Confessions, is still .99 over on Amazon. You probably already have that though, so plug time is over.
A few months back, I wrote a draft of a book that is now called Separated, With Benefits. It will be my next release, and if all goes according to plan, it’ll be out sometime in July. I hate setting high expectations, but…I really like this book. It’s different than what I normally write. First of all, it’s a romance… like, we start with a man and a woman who are not a couple (although they are married). Ethan and Nicole, as the title suggests, are going through a trial separation as the book opens, living on opposite sides of the country and struggling with what it means to be separated and single. Do not worry, though, there’s plenty of signature Kenny Wright extramarital confusion and voyeuristic eroticism. At the heart of the book is Ethan’s struggle between trying to rekindle what he once had with Nicole, and letting her go and live her own life apart from him.
Anyway, I enjoyed both writing it (it probably made it onto paper faster than any other book I’ve ever written) and reading it after the fact. I’m anxious, but excited, to share it with all of you.
In the meantime, there are a few other things to look up (these are plug, so move along if you hate plugs):
At last, a new book from me! Well, kind of. It’s a collection of short stories (all but one of them completely new to you). Between books, ideas often strike me that don’t have enough to become full-length novel material, but need to get written anyway. I’ve collected the shorts I’ve created over the past year and bundled them into Wife Sharing Shorts, Vol. 1. And as a bonus, Max Sebastian has contributed a new and exclusive story to this collection: “The Three Laws of Wife-Sharing.” Don’t miss it!
I’ve released the first of these shorts for free on this site (“The Ballet”), so check it out and see if this is something you’re interested.
Blurb after the break: (more…)
I’ve been busy on the design front with a slew of new covers for some really amazing authors.
My good friend Kirsten McCurran published her latest last week, Emma’s Escape, a scintillating tale about a young woman letting go of her comfortable yet boring life, and embracing a sexual side that she never knew she had. If you’re a fan of Kirsten’s, or if you’re in the mood for a sexy book about innocence lost and sexuality found, check out Emma’s Escape.
Lucy V. Morgan just launched her New Adult parody, Tousle Me (A Cliché Too Far), last Friday. This is her first full-length romantic comedy, and is pretty damn funny. Click on over to Amazon to read the hilarious blurb, then read the even more hilarious book.
I’ve got a new book, too, which necessitates a new cover. I’ve been teasing Because He’s Watching: Ian’s Escape for a few weeks now, so I won’t do it again. Just click that link and read the blurb. It should be out soon. Oh, and because that book is so closely tied to Kirsten’s book, I designed a new cover for hers as well.
I’ve got a couple more designs for books that aren’t ready for announcing, including a new one from Max Sebastian, and the debut book of a new author to the naughty wife scene, Ben Boswell. Stay tuned for announcements early in the new year.
This will be my first novel length book (I consider All In, Leap, and While She Watches novellas, if we must categorize). It picks up a year after the events of the short Rediscovering Danielle, but I want to stress that I don’t consider it a sequel. You do not need to read the short story to understand what’s going on in the novel.
I owe thanks to a lot of people for helping this book become a reality (my wife; my editor, Lucy V. Morgan; my beta readers and friends), but at the top of that list has been the sheer support of my readers. I’ll be honest, I wouldn’t have written this book without your requests (I have a particular bias towards sequels).
But I’m glad that I did write it. In my opinion, it’s the finest piece of writing I’ve produced to date (and perhaps the hottest). Hope those who requested–and anyone else who picks it up–agrees.
Do you think that there’s no skill in strip poker? That it’s all luck–a silly way to loosen inhibitions and remove clothing? Then you’ve never witnessed strip poker played the right way. In All In, three couples try to outplay each other past their limits, their clothing, and the secrets of their pasts. If you love erotic gaming stories (e.g. strip poker, truth or dare), group play, or the love-hate dynamics between old friends, take a chance on All In: Strip Poker Done Right.
Play strip poker? Ben never thought he would. Not with his wife, Amy, and especially not with their asshole friend, Scott. Lawyers all three, they were more likely to strip their opponents of pride, not clothing.
Not that Ben wasn’t intrigued—especially in the company of two attractive couples with a history of flirtation. He’d love to see either woman naked; he just wasn’t sure how he felt about the guys ogling his wife. But when the wine begins to flow, inhibitions loosen, and clothes start coming off, he discovers a part of himself that’s turned on by the attention Amy commands.
Soon, the three couples are caught in the throes of high-stakes poker. Secrets come out, things get wild, and Ben discovers a side of his wife he never knew existed.
Regardless of what you think of 50 Shades of Grey, it has helped the world get a little more comfortable with its sexuality—particularly in regards to bondage and Dom/sub topics. That crazy fantasy of being tied up that you thought you were weird for having? Millions of others have it, too.
Well, here’s another: millions of men fantasize about watching their wives with other men. It may not be as talked about as a guy’s love for girl-on-girl (“you’re such a guy!”), but for many, it’s as much a turn-on. Want evidence? Just take a look around. On Literotica, for example, the topic (categorized hilariously as “Loving Wives”) is one of the highest trafficked areas of the site. In hardcore porn (of the video variety), there’s a plethora of “hot wife” titles that deal with this theme. And if you don’t buy either of those, you’ve got a fellow fan in me. Something about the high stakes of the fantasy, coupled with the voyeuristic nature of it, is really evocative to me.
Point is, if the thought of your wife playing out of bounds with another man gets your heart racing (among other things), then fear not because you’re not alone. (more…)
Or right, what’s it about. Here’s the blurb:
On February 29, a day that comes just once every four years, Jack Carter announces that, “What happens on Leap Day stays on Leap Day.” His wife Sarah knows he’s up to something, and when he explains that today is a day to take risks and get a little crazy, she grasps what it is: he wants to watch her with another man.
Jack had the fantasy first; and at first, Sarah didn’t understand it. Hell, neither did Jack. All he knew was that the thought of his wife in the arms of another man was exciting; the build-up, the flirtation, the act, even his nauseous jealousy always got him hard. Sarah didn’t deny her own arousal, especially when her coworker, David, began taking the role of imagined lover. He was fit, hot, and most importantly, he was attracted to her.
Neither Jack nor Sarah ever thought they’d take the plunge from reality to fantasy. It was too risky. Too crazy. With February 29 just beginning, will it be the day they finally make the leap?
Something new. And free. We like those things, yes? It’s also a quickie. I’m in the process of reorganizing my free story section, but most of the kinks should be worked out. Here’s the description:
Mrs. Robin Mitchell couldn’t stand living another moment in her cheating husband’s place. She needed to get out, and get out as soon as possible. College guys Paul and Brandon were more than willing to help her move… not just into her new house, but into her new life.
Here’s the link: Moving Mrs. Mitchell
It should also be available in epub and mobi format as soon as I can hammer out a cover. Enjoy! And always, drop me some feedback if you liked it.
The technical process was a little more time-consuming than I’d anticipated, but I’ve also learned a lot from it. Eight Hundred Dollar Heels and While She Watches are both live now ($.99 and $1.99 respectively), but getting After School Special up for free has proved more of a challenge. Hopefully that’ll be sorted out shortly, but in the meantime, you can get the Smashwords version here for free.
For those new to my stories, welcome and I hope you enjoy. I think my brand of erotica is accessible for anyone looking for something explicit, sexy, and a little different than a good deal of what’s out there. More specifically, though, I write erotica for myself, a male who enjoys reading it but doesn’t find enough out there geared toward me. I want to contribute to the expanding world of “erotica for men,” word by word.
Little Miss Calculation was published in November. Here we are, almost June of the next year, and for that, I apologize. But that’s not to say I haven’t been busy. In fact, I’m making the leap from the free sites to the world of publishing, and to kick things off, I’m going to release three stories at once: While She Watches, Eight Hundred Dollar Heels, and a slightly revised After School Special (which will be a free download). I’ve already designed the covers, so hopefully they will be available in the next week or two
A charity auction brings out Cara’s wildest fantasy yet; she wants to watch Nick with her best friend, Elise. While Nick is into his girlfriend’s crazy fantasy—after all, Elise is a pretty brunette with a body that makes him want to do bad things to her—he never considers really doing it. That would be insane, right? However, when he wins a date with Elise at a charity auction, Nick discovers Cara plans to make her fantasy a reality.
Looking at her reflection, Deanna can barely recognize herself. She’s used to being pretty, sure, but the brunette sitting at the hotel bar looks as good as the $800 heels she’s wearing–she knows this because of all the stares she gets from the men around. Not that they have a chance; she has a good husband and a comfortable life waiting for her on the other side of the country. Question is, can the woman in the mirror remember that?
When Andy’s friends convince him to visit a strip club in their final summer before college, shy Andy has a few things to worry about. Running into his history teacher, Ms. Fischer, was never one of them.
Moonlighting as a cocktail waitress at a strip club, Hayley Fischer is just as freaked out as Andy when her former student walks through the door. Is this a nightmare scenario for both? Or possibly a dream come true?
Originally published on kennywriter.com, this updated version will be free to download. I’ve updated the version on this website with the latest edition.
The world of erotica needs more stories written for guys, by guys, and this is my offering (hopefully the first of many). If you’re not familiar with my style, poke around this site. I try to write sexy, explicit, and often romantic erotica with characters I could fall in love with and plots that stay with me long after I’m done with them. Look for them soon. I’d love to hear what you think.