General by T.A. Creech

Leave a Comment September 25, 2017

General by T.A. Creech is now available!

Blurb:

Sequel to Herald

Adam Thomas has always known the angels invading his home were going to liven up his life in all sorts of ways. But none of them are quite like the archangel who’s been comatose in Adam’s bed for months. It almost feels as if Adam is losing his mind, pining for Michael. Then Michael wakes up, and all hell breaks loose.

The moment Michael opens his eyes, restored and ready to fight, he sees Adam for the first time. The human cared for him, and Michael knows without a doubt that Adam is his.

It turns out to be surprisingly easy to convince Adam of this fact, and Michael is absolutely enamored with his human.

But when a threat comes into Michael’s new home, what lengths will he have to go to in an effort to keep his mate safe?

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For Better or For Worse by Emery C. Walters

Leave a Comment September 24, 2017

For Better or For Worse by Emery C. Walters is now available!

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It was just going to be a simple Spanish fabada bean and chorizo soup from his grandmother’s favorite recipe. Jake hoped for a nice meal and a better time with his widower father. His dad didn’t seem homophobic, but he just didn’t get that Jake was gay. A quiet dinner might clear the air.

But the trip to the supermarket was a disaster involving a bear and some sausage. Then his dad showed up accompanied by a health aide who isn’t quite what she seems. And the bear shows up, too.

Stress and rum piles up. Will Jake’s father get a new grandson? Does Jake have a bear in the kitchen and in the bedroom, too? Is this meal one big happy family gathering, or an even bigger disaster?

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The Runaway and the Enforcer by Edward Kendrick

September 21, 2017

The Runaway and the Enforcer by Edward Kendrick is now available!

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Beau, thirty-five, is a gangland enforcer who has gone into hiding rather than following the orders of his boss, Mercer, to harm a rival’s kid. Now, all Beau wants to do is eliminate Mercer before getting out of town.

When Rick, an eighteen-year-old denizen of the streets, witnesses Beau killing one of Mercer’s men who has found him, Beau takes Rick under his wing instead of killing him, as well. He offers Rick a place to stay while he figures out how to put his plan to take Mercer out into action — without ending up dead himself.

Befriending Rick is an act Beau may come to regret. Rick convinces Beau to take him along when he leaves town — thus working his way into Beau’s dangerous life on the run — and perhaps, into his heart, if Beau can come to grips with the fact that Rick is half his age.

Note: This story contains scenes of graphic violence.

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Wayne Mansfield on nudity in stories

September 20, 2017

Nudity is a funny old thing. We come into the world naked and yet so many people have a hang up about it. Many equate nudity with sex, and while we are, indeed, usually naked when having sex, we are also naked when we have a shower or a bath. More than a few of us are naked when we sleep at night. Some are part-time nudists who visit nude beaches on the weekend, or nudist resorts. Why, then, should it be only associated with sex, and considered dirty or disgraceful? For that matter, why should sex be considered dirty or disgraceful?

Many native peoples spend their entire lives naked. In the jungles of South America or the grasslands of Africa or the deserts of Australia, the indigenous populations wander around, either now and/or in the past, naked every day of their lives because to them it is natural. And it is natural. Each male body has the same parts as all the other male bodies, and each female body has the same parts as all the other female bodies. Apart from variations in body shape and size, there is nothing so horrendous or outrageously different about their naked forms that they would want to keep their God-given bodies covered up. Hidden away.

No-one in my family is a nudist and, in fact, they are all very protective of their nudity. Therefore, I have no idea where my penchant for shedding my clothes comes from. I can assure you it isn’t about sex. I don’t wander about naked masturbating all day long. No, it’s about the feeling of freedom it gives me. It just feels right. And it’s for no one else’s benefit apart from mine.

It also saves on laundry powder, electricity, and ironing.

I occasionally visit the local nude beach, although after a melanoma scare, I don’t go there as frequently as I used to. However, as Western Australia has long, very hot summers, I still prefer to be naked at home, both inside and out in my back yard. I know a few fellow nudists and we sometimes catch up. Again, it doesn’t descend into an all-out orgy. It’s just people catching up, doing what people do when they catch up, just without clothing hampering us.

Now, to my stories. As every writer knows, you put a part of yourself in every tale you tell. I don’t include nude characters in every story that gets published. In fact, nude characters appear in a very small fraction of my published work. I remember a slightly sarcastic comment in a review of one of my stories, The Darkest Hour. The main character is discovered by a delivery man sunbathing naked in his backyard. It struck me as strange that the reviewer would say something about the character being discovered “naked, of course” in his backyard.

To me, this isn’t such a strange occurrence at all for the simple reason the character is based almost 100% on me. It’s a story about depression, which I have suffered in the past and am now, touch wood, well and truly over. And as the character was based on me, he was sunbathing naked in the backyard — something I love doing and do all the time in summer.

In my view, there is something sensual about being clothes-free. I enjoy writing stories where the characters can be naked. Therefore, I tend to put them in jungle settings or fantasy settings since I like the nudity to be a natural part of the story and not contrived. And while I reaffirm nudity isn’t about sex, it can be, especially in a fictional setting. Nudity can not only be sensual, but erotic. It lends itself to any type of sexual encounter happening fluidly, naturally, without all the bother of removing clothing, undoing shoelaces, and pulling off socks. That’s not to say there isn’t anything erotic about a person being fully dressed, and some would argue the mystery of what lies beneath a person’s clothing is more erotic, and I completely agree. The bulge in a man’s trousers is incredibly erotic. Or the hint of a nipple beneath the thin fabric of a shirt is likewise arousing. However, while not every story I write can feature nudity, I don’t want every story I write to have people wearing clothes.

I hope by writing this blog, I have explained — not justified — myself in the hopes of helping my readers to understand where I am coming from when I write nude characters into my stories, such as the ones in The Burrow or the ones in the forthcoming novella, Goodbye to the Jungle. I’m putting my own naked self into these situations, freeing myself from the restrictions of modern society and its ever-narrowing views. I’m making contact with my primitive self, the part of me that longs to return to the jungle, naked and carefree.

I invite you to do the same. Read The Burrow naked. Connect to your primitive self. Enjoy the break from the ordinary.

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The Burrow by Wayne Mansfield

September 20, 2017

The Burrow by Wayne Mansfield is now available!

Blurb:

Adama lives in a time long before recorded history, when the small population of human beings exist at one with nature. Intelligent, they still retain something of the wild animal.

The climate is tropical summer, punctuated by a short rainy season that isn’t only a time of constant heavy rain, but also when the Grim appear. These creatures are the reason humans build burrows, to hibernate in during the rainy season. But the Grim have begun to detect these underground burrows and root out their inhabitants.

When Adama meets Graf, a traveller from the north, they share a quick sexual encounter before Graf continues on his way. However, the rains have come early this year, and with the threat of the Grim, Graf turns back. They share Adama’s burrow, but even securely tucked away, there are dangers.

Who, or what, is banging on the entrance to their burrow? Will Adama and Graf survive to explore their burgeoning friendship?

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