His Womanly Ways by K. Lynn

hiswomanlywaysAlex is a womanizer. He makes no excuses for it. Yes, he picks up women at the local bar, leaving them with just a memory of a good night and a good lay, but he hasn’t had any complaints yet. That is, until he picks up the wrong woman. Not satisfied to be tossed aside as just another notch in Alex’s bedpost, she curses him, wishing he “knew what it was like for a woman.” And he’s about to find out what she means, embarking on a genderswap journey that he can’t stop.

Alex starts slowly gaining secondary female characteristics. Waking up with his cock gone, replaced by a vagina, was bad enough. Then it gets worse, as his body becomes more like a woman than the man he used to be. Alex tries to hide the changes he’s going through, for fear that someone will discover his secret, but keeping this quite literally “under wraps” might be impossible before the curse runs its course.

With the help of his female best friend, Eve, Alex tries to deal with who he is becoming. He feels like he’s lost his identity, his mind not matching the body he now has. But Eve sticks by him, and they become closer as Alex’s changes progress. What started out as friendship may become something more before Alex’s journey is over. Perhaps this curse was actually a blessing in disguise.

Targeted Audience: Genderswap / LGBT Readers

Author Bio:
K. Lynn has been an avid reader and writer since childhood. While in college, K. Lynn increased her involvement in LGBT issues and writing within the LGBT fiction genre. She has become a long-time fan of the authors that seek to explore the commonality that exists within all sexualities and genders. Most of K. Lynn’s work features LGBT characters, many of whom are in established relationships and show how love perseveres through every trial and tribulation that life holds. She also has a particular interest in seeing transgender characters gain a larger foothold within the LGBT fiction genre, hoping that the market for these works expand in the future. Contact K. Lynn at writerklynn@gmail.com or follow her on Twitter @WriterKLynn

What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I’ve written a number of manuscripts over the past few years, full-length novels that are in different levels of editing. And I’ve written quite a few short stories and novellas, all of which have been published (or soon to be published). However, I’ve only done NaNoWriMo once. The push to write at such a fast pace, in such a short time, is both freeing and terrifying. But, I figured I’d give it a try once. And as a result, I completed the first draft of His Womanly Ways.

This novel is unlike my usual fare of works, and perhaps that’s why it came so fast to me. I let myself go and just saw where the plot would take me. And it turns out that it took me to quite an interesting place. The only thing I knew going in was that I wanted to do a genderswap book, but one that was unlike those I had read prior. I have always been interested in the genre, but I find most of it jumps straight to objectification rather than exploration. You’re turned into another gender, so the first thing you do is feel yourself up and try to have sex with the nearest willing person? I don’t buy that.

Essentially your body doesn’t match your inner self anymore. That should cause some kind of journey to either accept or reject the situation. That’s what I tried to do with His Womanly Ways. Alex didn’t ask for this to happen to him, and the process is gradual, as is his acceptance of the changes. His mind doesn’t match the image he sees in the mirror, and that’s important to realize.

Did I strike the right note between humor and drama? Create an interesting storyline with realistic characters, despite the extraordinary circumstances they are in? That’s up to the reader to decide, but I do hope I provide a new way to look at the concept. Because a change in gender is not something to take lightly.

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From Nathan to Nanako: Changed into a Cheerleader by T.F. Wright

4444087Nathan’s an awkward, gentle giant: a big, shy, oaf of a man who crushes hard on the head cheerleader at his school, Daniella. Nathan tries out for the football team to impress her, but even though he doesn’t make the cut, he manages to get invited to one of Daniella’s famous parties. Little does he suspect that it’s a party for two, and Daniella is bent on satisfying her gender-bending, exotic tastes…

Targeted Audience: Fans of gender change/lesbian stories

Author Bio:
I first started writing stories online when I was 16 years old. A natural introvert, I felt it was difficult to find people who understood me. When I posted my first story, I suddenly felt like I had a way to connect with people that was punishingly elusive elsewhere. The passion of writing is a force that gives my life meaning, and I’ve never looked back.

What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I’ve been interested in the genre of gender change themed romance/erotica for some time. It’s a genre that’s all about bucking traditional roles and allowing male characters to explore their feminine longings. This book is for every man who’s fantasized about becoming a woman,is book, as will for every woman who has dreamed of guiding a man through that journey.

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Sex and Soco by Allyson Starr

Allyson-Sex-and-SocoLacey and her friends Randa and Missy will do anything to get their hands on some booze for the night. Anything. Even Darren from the Friendly Fillup.
When their new sponsors suggest hanging out at an abandoned amusement park that’s rumored to be haunted, the night takes a turn so sinister it threatens to bring the girls’ never-ending party to a screeching halt.
SEX AND SOCO is an adults-only polyamorous party featuring hot girl lovin’ and angry ghosts. If that’s not your thing, this probably isn’t the story for you.

Targeted Audience: over 21

Author Bio:
Allyson Starr has a dirty mind and she decided to make good use of it. She likes her music loud, her men hot, and her stories scorching. Sightings have been reported around Las Vegas, but Allyson thinks of herself as a gypsy soul. She loves hearing from readers!

What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I read about an abandoned amusement park in West Virginia and my imagination went absolutely wild.

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Bisexual Beauties: 10 Sexy Stories of Girls Who Love Girls… and Guys! by Giselle Renarde

BisexualBeautiesAREWhat could be better than ten scorching tales? How about ten bisexual shorts and novelettes by an award-winning queer author?

In Bisexual Beauties, eroticist Giselle Renarde assembles an eclectic cast of characters to arouse and entertain you. Girlfriends share their first taste of man in “Felicity’s First” while frisky folk singers take Winter along for the ride in “Forbidden Folk.” A curvy girl joins the action when she walks in on her co-worker crush seducing a sexy stranger. A proudly bisexual building super fixes more than just leaky pipes, and a concerned BFF helps her married friends break down barriers when she jumps into bed with them.

New fiction and fan favourites team up in this threesome-packed anthology. Whether you’ve always been a little bi-curious when it comes to erotica or you’re a die-hard fan of girls who love girls and guys, dive between the covers with these bisexual vixens! You won’t regret it.

Targeted Audience: Mature Audiences Only

Author Bio:
Giselle Renarde is an award-winning author. Her erotic fiction has appeared in well over 100 short story anthologies, including prestigious collections like Best Bondage Erotica, Best Women’s Erotica, Best Erotic Romance, and the Lambda Award-winning collection Take Me There, edited by Tristan Taormino. Giselle’s juicy novels include Anonymous, Cherry, Seven Kisses, The Red Satin Collection and Bali Nights.

What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
When I started writing erotica in 2006, a lot of publishers advised me not to bother writing fiction about lesbians and bisexual women. They told me that stuff doesn’t sell. Nobody wants to read it. Well, I’m a queer chick and I want to write the kind of stories that appeal to me… so I do! “Bisexual Beauties” is a collection of some of my very favourite stories and novelettes featuring bi women.

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Clique (Book Two) by Gem Edward

Clique-II-CoverThings are finally looking up for Abby. Now, with a full-time job at Clique, she is exposed to a new side of life that has captured her curiosity. She finally has the upper-hand with her soon-to-be-ex-husband, who desperately wants her back, and with Sheridan and Gia constantly fighting, Abby knows it’s only a matter of time before Gia is completely out of the picture. Though on the verge of getting everything she wants, Abigail Winston soon finds out that things are not always how they seem.

Targeted Audience: 18+

Author Bio:
Gem Edward has a fetish for the written word. She enjoys writing contemporary erotic-romance that is ‘tastefully smutty’, and very much entertaining.

What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
The characters in this story, are probably my favorite creation to date, so I wanted to keep the story moving, and set the stage for future story development. I also found that a lot of readers, were able to connect with the first book in the series, and wasn’t very happy about the wait for book two.

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Clique (Book One) by Gem Edward

Kindle-CoverAfter finding her husband to be unfaithful, straight-laced Abigail Winston finds herself facing a divorce from the only man she has ever been with, jobless, and living on the couch of her best friend and local club-owner, Sheridan. In need of a job Sheridan agrees to give Abby a try at the club, much to the dismay of her partner and ex-lover, Gia who Abby despises. Soon, Abby discovers that not only is she attracted to the club life, but also to Sheridan.

Targeted Audience: 18+

Author Bio:
Gem Edward has a fetish for the written word. She enjoys writing contemporary erotic-romance that is ‘tastefully smutty’, and very much entertaining.

What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I knew I wanted to write a character who was a bit of a damsel and a bit quirky, to have her develop throughout a series. I didn’t want to go with the typical damsel-meets-man-falls-in-love, story – so I created an all female character set. I also wanted to have a story that was steamy, a bit funny, and something that could set the stage for a darker side of romance; therefore, Clique was created!

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Another Day by Kristapher Owens

Book Description
The world is changing for Maggie. Her marriage is on the rocks, she hates her new job and she hasn’t even finished training, and her sister is plotting to destroy what stability is left. Based loosely on actual people and events, Another Day is written in Unreliable Narrator style meant to capture the thoughts and emotions of the characters involved.

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Throbbing Meat by William Scott

Some friends engage in sexual activity in an adult movie theater for money

Targeted Audience: erotica

Author Bio:
I am a writer of fiction, etc.

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SWEPT AWAY by Henry L. Sullivan III

SWEPT_AWAY_COVER1Fresh off a break up, Sheila McKinley, the easygoing college professor, meets Jasira Said, the up and coming journalist and political columnist.

Sheila has no idea her friend Rima is acquainted with Jasira, so their arranged meeting is easily disguised as a simple dinner party. But this simple dinner party turns into a night full of surprises. Even after she agrees to show Jasira around town, Sheila really doesn’t suspect her real intentions. But after an accident at a night club things move quickly, until in the end everything is crystal clear.

This is the first episode of the serial THE AMERICAN FATHERS.

Targeted Audience: 21 and older

Author Bio:
The best description of my writing is Near Future Fiction. I love technology, and I also believe social issues can be addressed in fiction, without compromising the strength of the story or lowering the entertainment level of the work.

In his Listmania! List, Carlos Baez says Near Future Fiction writers “usually extrapolate imaginatively from present trends.” Since we are narrating stories that take place sometime in the next one hundred years, they may include strange, intriguing, and even frightening technologies and phenomena, but our worlds are familiar in a way that makes the events in the stories feel immediate, and therefore avoidable.

Although current social trends may include Monsanto and others lobbying congress for the ability to obtain patents on human genetic sequences, it is still possible for us to avoid the world of The Windup Girl, in which ‘calorie companies’ devastate the global population through plagues caused by genetically enhanced, treatment resistant, disease causing organisms.

In some ways, Dystoopian Narratives are great metaphorical expressions of our fears. Stories like The Hunger Games and Divergent open to worlds that are economically, socially, and politically screwed up. There is also typically the presumption that it’s been that way for a long time.

For the characters, the time before global catastrophe is a distant memory. This creates chronological distance between our world and that of the book’s heroin, making it easier for readers to live vicariously through these engaging characters, as they stand up to fascist societies and battle despotic leaders.

Like Fantasy, Dystopian Science Fiction transports the reader into a completely different world. One which is often far simpler than our own, in which seven percent unemployment characterizes the same economy that also supports a booming stock market, and selfies and twerking have been placed upon media shelves alongside Duck Dynasty and a Whites only Santa Clause.

I acknowledge that our world is confusing, but to me it’s also incredibly interesting. Interesting in a way that can be entertaining, and enlightening. This is evident in well written shows like Homeland and House of Cards.

Characters like Carrie Mathison and Francis Underwood inspire me to write The Hacker, Bryce Anderson, Vanessa Stanton, and crazy Rafi. I hope you enjoy them and learn as much as I have in creating them.

Henry L. Sullivan III

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Thanks a Million by Dee Dawning

thanks-millionAs far as billionaire Stuart Wynne is concerned, Fallon, is the girl who got away. While Stuart is preoccupied with another woman, Fallon is swept off her feet by a lowly pit boss. After a whirlwind courtship with the devilishly handsome, Dana Allen, Fallon marries him before Stuart even realizes anything’s amiss.

Done deal, right? Maybe, but never count Stuart out. As a master card player, he has yet to play all his cards. Starting at the annual hotel Christmas party, Stewart’s plan unfolds. Using money, sexual fantasies and maternal instinct as his tools to drive a wedge between the unsuspecting couple.

Targeted Audience: 21-50

Author Bio:
If you like heat, live in Arizona like Dee Dawning does. If you love to read hot sexy stories born and raised in the heat of Arizona , check out his scribblings. You won’t be disappointed.

He started writing fiction about seven years ago. He thinks of his writing as the third phase of his adult life. He writes a little of this and a little of that. Long, short, in between, thrillers, chick-lit, romance and lascivious erotica. Frankly, his writing has been all over the place. Eclectic, is a good way to describe it.

He was born in Chicago, and grew-up in Las Vegas. He’s lived in sunny Arizona, the last twenty-three years and hasn’t melted yet. He’s a young sixty-ten, stands about six foot, has sandy brown hair, blue eyes and a ruddy complexion. He presently resides in Scottsdale AZ with his beautiful wife of thirty years and a white Lab. (Children are grown.)

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