Hi everyone – sorry for forgetting to post an update last week.
Winter has really hit hard, now, here in Tasmania. I’m sitting in my library with a duvet around my shoulders as I type.
I’m ploughing on with The Red Queen’s Gambit, the fourth and final installment of Wonderlust. After charging through the first four chapters, it’s been a bit bogged down, but… slow and steady, as they say.
Well, Romanced by the Futa Centaur is out and going very well – thank you to all who’ve been reading it, and especially to its first five-star reviewer on Amazon.
Right now, I’m chugging along on the fourth and final installment of Wonderlust, The Red Queen’s Gambit. I’m about half-way through the first draft. This one’s going considerably darker than the others.
*Unfortunately, Amazon are messing me around and still charging for my books which are free from other storefronts. If you’re a Kindle user, please download the following books free from a different storefront:
I’m exceedingly pleased to announce that “Romanced by the Futa Centaur” is finally available.
In the sequel to “Saved by the Futa Centaur”, Gennara and Sharronne are dragged from their romantic idyll by a chance discovery. They set out on a quest that takes them back to Gennara’s home city – A city under occupation from a war that drove her from her home when she was just a child.
What they find there will set both of them on a collision course with their pasts.
I tweeted the other day about whether or not to include something awkward-but-real in a sex scene in Futa Centaur 2 (ok, talking about realism in an erotic romance between a futanari centaur and a human might seem to be stretching the bounds of “realism” a bit, I admit). The ensuing conversation was interesting, and most responses were in the affirmative.
Because, the thing is: most sex scenes in erotica/romance aren’t particularly “realistic” (even when they don’t involve half-horse-half-human dick-girls!) – and there’s no reason they should. This is, after all, fantasy.
But, sometimes a bit of realism with sex and all it’s awkward, squishy bits can be fun. One of my favourite literary sex scenes is from Ben Elton’s This Other Eden: