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About the author:
My advice? Let go. Laugh. Whack off – beat it like it owes you money. Life’s too short to take seriously.
What inspired you to write your book?
I like reading adult short stories, so I put together this little collection of my own for readers to enjoy.
Here is a short sample from the book:
I had a problem. Well, truthfully, I had plenty of problems; I was a single guy with too many expenses and not enough work hours to cover them, thanks to my ex-girlfriend Jennifer, who had recently walked out on me to live with the guy she’d been boffing for the past six months or so. Instead of taking half of everything I owned, she thoughtfully left me with her half of everything, in the form of unpaid bills. But that was irrelevant at the moment. Jenn was gone and the bills would get paid eventually. In the end, it was a good thing she’d found someone else to leech off because we’d spent more time arguing than fucking. In spite of the constant arguing, I would have welcomed her presence at that particular moment. Hell, I would have been happy to see any woman because, like I mentioned, I had a problem. A big problem.
Time would tell just how big my problem was, but the clock was ticking.
It all started with that damn little blue diamond-shaped pill. Jenn swiped one out of her father’s prescription bottle and brought it home with the intention of feeding it to me. Not that I needed any help in that area, but Jenn was adventurous and thought it might be fun to try some marathon sex. I was insulted at her suggestion that I couldn’t stay in the game without the assistance of pharmaceuticals and a marathon argument began instead. The Viagra pill ended up getting tossed into a bottle of Tylenol and forgotten. I never gave that little blue pill a second thought until the day I accidentally ended up with a problem.
A massive, throbbing problem for which I had yet to find a solution.