After almost four years, one of my books has finally hit the shelves again. This one is about butts. It is about time-traveling butts, and gluteomancy, which allows people to see the future by reading the patterns of hair growth on butts.
Of course it is about more than just butts, but I know that’s what you want most, so that’s what this book aims to deliver.
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It has been too long since I’ve been on here. Things have been incredibly busy and there’s a lot to cover in a short amount of time, so I’ll get right to it.
One of my stories recently found a home in an anthology titled “Bellows of the Bone Box,” published by Siren’s Call Publications. It is my first time working with them, and it was a pleasure. Everyone involved in the publication of this anthology came together to produce the best text possible. My thanks to the beta readers who took the time to help me polish my story.
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While the official announcement is still pending, I can say that I have a new book coming out in the near future. The tentative title of the book is listed in the catalog section of the Spectacular Productions website, which you can access by clicking here. The artwork looks really great and should be available in the near future.
I also had the pleasure of working with Rooster Republic Press this year. They published the first bizarro story I ever wrote in Tall Tales with Short Cocks Vol. III (pictured below). The story, titled “Harry Holden: Zero Man vs. Jimmy Bogardus: BIID Looner, features some of my favorite topics, like BIID and looners (I love me some looners). It was an exercise in my bizarro style that I’m glad finally found a home. I’ve come a long way from the content and style featured in the story, but that’s not to say it doesn’t have merit. The story represents what bizarro meant to me when I first started working in the genre.
I feel like there was more, but it has escaped me at the moment. I hope 2013 has been as busy and productive for you as it has for me. See you all again soon!