Turning TriX: Diary of a Closet Crossdresser
[Available on Amazon]
This book tells the story of Mason. A closet crossdresser who is in search of the joy and peace in his challenging and confusing life.
Follow Mason as he takes a secret habit and puts it away in favor of an attempt at a “normal” straight relationship. With failure, comes new opportunities, as his secret resurfaces and he dives into the not-so-secret world of alternative lifestyles, but his inability to balance work, a girlfriend and his secret come to a head and he risks losing it all.
Rather than come out or put away his secret forever, he chooses a third alternative and embraces his secret and takes his so-called real life and trades it in for one that is excited, profitable, but very dangerous.
While friends try to help, only he… or rather she can try to pull herself up and regain the balance she needs to move forward and be happy.
STRONGLY RECOMMENDED FOR ADULT AUDIENCES
[Available in Paperback and KindleUnlimited]
This is the sad tale of true love and coping with the confusion of gender identity and sexual preference.
The death of someone close throws Chris’ life into a tailspin of confusion and depression. Feeling alone, he finds comfort in mutual friends, Henry and Laney, who try to help, only to lead Chris on a new journey that he is not really prepared for. Chris and his friends build enough trust in each other and together they help him cope with his loss and more importantly get him past the confusion by teaching him how his late friend lived his life.
This is not a typical erotic story, nor is it a romance novel. This is a serious story that deals with the search for hope and the consequences if hope is lost.
There are passages that are more explicit than others that center around transgendered and homosexual situations.
STRONGLY RECOMMENDED FOR ADULT AUDIENCES ONLY!
The Company Policy [Available on Amazon Kindle]
I was very happy with my current job, but always kept my options open when it came to my career. When the perfect opportunity appeared, I was sold very early on and all set for a change of scenery. Little did I know that the change of scenery would be much more than a new office and paint on the walls.