High Rise Trap is set for a December Release!

It took a little while and the stories took me in different directions, but the first six episodes of High Rise Trap are being released this month. I am super excited to tell this story of Dean Trask, A not so simple man who has even more complicated tastes. Keep an eye out for them …
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#TGCaptions: How does this story end? (Part 10)

As I continue to look for inspiration for my writing, I often write notes and passages based on what I hear and see. They are just that notes, but can sometimes develop into short stories or become part of a bigger piece. This new #TGCaptions Series are based on some of the notes I have …
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#TGCaptions: How does this story end? (Part 9)

As I continue to look for inspiration for my writing, I often write notes and passages based on what I hear and see. They are just that notes, but can sometimes develop into short stories or become part of a bigger piece. This new #TGCaptions Series are based on some of the notes I have …
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#TGCaptions: How does this story end? (Part 8)

As I continue to look for inspiration for my writing, I often write notes and passages based on what I hear and see. They are just that notes, but can sometimes develop into short stories or become part of a bigger piece. This new #TGCaptions Series are based on some of the notes I have …
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MCQ is taking a break in 2020!

The title says it all, but I wanted to share with you why I’ll be taking a break from writing next year. Many who know me know that writing has been a side career for me. It is a passion I hold dear, but it doesn’t pay the bills. I have been working in an …
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#TGCaptions: How does this story end? (Part 7)

As I continue to look for inspiration for my writing, I often write notes and passages based on what I hear and see. They are just that notes, but can sometimes develop into short stories or become part of a bigger piece. This new #TGCaptions Series are based on some of the notes I have …
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#TGCaptions: How does this story end? (Part 6)

As I continue to look for inspiration for my writing, I often write notes and passages based on what I hear and see. They are just that notes, but can sometimes develop into short stories or become part of a bigger piece. This new #TGCaptions Series are based on some of the notes I have …
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#TGCaptions: How does this story end? (Part 5)

As I continue to look for inspiration for my writing, I often write notes and passages based on what I hear and see. They are just that notes, but can sometimes develop into short stories or become part of a bigger piece. This new #TGCaptions Series are based on some of the notes I have …
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Fantasies… Labels… CHOICES… OH MY!

For those who visit me here and follow me on social media, you know that I write. I write FICTION and yes, I write some unusual stories that some agree with and others do not. I have come to realize that I cannot please everyone and I am okay with that. I receive email and …
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#TGCaptions: How does this story end? (Part 4)

As I continue to look for inspiration for my writing, I often write notes and passages based on what I hear and see. They are just that notes, but can sometimes develop into short stories or become part of a bigger piece. This new #TGCaptions Series are based on some of the notes I have …
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#TGCaptions: How does this story end? (Part 3)

As I continue to look for inspiration for my writing, I often write notes and passages based on what I hear and see. They are just that notes, but can sometimes develop into short stories or become part of a bigger piece. This new #TGCaptions Series are based on some of the notes I have …
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#TGCaptions: How does this story end? (Part 2)

As I continue to look for inspiration for my writing, I often write notes and passages based on what I hear and see. They are just that notes, but can sometimes develop into short stories or become part of a bigger piece. This new #TGCaptions Series are based on some of the notes I have …
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#TGCaptions: How does this story end? (Part 1)

As I continue to look for inspiration for my writing, I often write notes and passages based on what I hear and see. They are just that notes, but can sometimes develop into short stories or become part of a bigger piece. This new #TGCaptions Series are based on some of the notes I have …
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#BookReview: Caught by His Roommate by Crystal Summers

When Peter met Lisa, he thought he’d found the perfect roommate. She was cute. She was friendly. She had a closet full of feminine clothes and very high heels. And she was just about Peter’s size. Peter couldn’t wait for her to move in so he could explore her wardrobe. Unfortunately for Peter, she catches …
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#BookReview: Cat’s Tale: The First Lesson by Aleson Alexander

Fantastically detailed and much more than I bargained for. Aleson (https://alesonalexander.com and @alesonalexander) does a fantastic job of building her characters in this story. Jason, a young man taking a risk to satisfy his curiosity; I expected to be apprehensive and shy, but I got instead a determined young man driven by that curiosity. When …
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#BookReview: Fetish Immersion by Sally Bend

Looking for the opportunity to live out a dream? How far are you willing to go? The latest literary release from Sally Bend (http://sallybend.com & @bibrary) will have you thinking of answers to these and probably a few more questions. This story starts with the answering of an unusual classified ad, but turns into a …
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#StopTheIgnorance – Transgender does not equal Drag Queen

I’ve been neglecting my web site for a while and I am sorry about that… Busy time this holiday season, but this time of the year tends to bring out more of the depression in people one emotion also tends to bring out other emotions and opinions – even those people want to try and …
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Excited about the latest book in the MCQ Library

Hacking the Human Condition (Scheduled Release October 2018) #Transgender #Erotica #Suspense #Romance #Hypnosis Super psyched about my latest book!  It started with a lot of sissification and femdom, but as the story started to take shape, I realized those aspects were for a different group of characters.  I replaced it with a little more suspense …
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Hate what you understand

Being in the closet, I am probably not the best person to have a viewpoint on those who choose to live their life “exposed” to the world, but as a human being and an intelligent one at that, I have become very observant and what I saw this week – while not something I hadn’t …
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RE-Release: Am I Still The Victim

As many of you know, I have decided to re-release my autobiography.  For fans of my books, this is not exactly what you might be expecting.  I initially planned to make this free to everyone on the web site, but thanks to some very creative people, I had to remove it – so instead, I …
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Time to retire titles in the bookstore

As the direction of my writing moves back and forth, I had to make room on the author page at Amazon.  As a result, some of my older stories are going to be retired.  They won’t be gone forever, and may resurface as part of a bundle set in the future, but some titles are …
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Desires and Risks… Tough choices for #girlslikeus

decisions… Decisions… DECISIONS. The thoughts of the last few days have created a quandary for me.  I released a new book that has gotten some very nice reviews so far, which is obviously rare for the genre I write about.  What’s strange this one is that it brings me to a crossroads.  I started writing …
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#BookReview of Futanari Moans and the Mummy Hand (Job) by Sally Bend

Sally is the one that turned me to providing book reviews so it was important that I give at least one of her work.  I started with this one so I could move to her latest book. The IQ of this writer is obvious in the story.  Sally brings aspects of true science into a …
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#BookReview: Secret Sissy Game by Crystal Summers

Crystal took me back in time a bit with this one. Her story introduces us to Candy and her roommate. Allbeit friends, Candy’s roommate has a secret obsession and Candy is the perfect target… well at least her wardrobe is. This CD’s thrilling fear of being caught would eventually be his undoing as it became …
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Censorship at Home

I get it… sometimes, people make noise and it can offend others in one way or another, but that is what’s great about the United States or at least it was up until recently. Let me explain… This may not mean much to most of you, but it really struck a nerve with me.  I …
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A New Book and a New Outlook

This was a rough 2017 for me.  I dealt with a number of issues – Family issues, career issues and like most of us money issues, but the hardest part of 2017 was taking a stroll down memory lane.  With more time on my hands than I would care to admit, I began cleaning out …
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#BookReview of She Used To Be A Man by Nikki Crescent

She Used to be a Man is a great short story by Nikki Crescent. I easily related to this story being the athlete in college and having an unusual roommate, but the thrill of this story for me was when a member of the family arrived for the weekend.  The title gives most of the …
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#BookReview of Don’t Tell Anyone by Nikki Crescent

Don’t Tell Anyone was FANTASTIC!!! 4 STARS The initial premise of the story had a bit too much math for me and the idea of the party seemed a bit desperate, which I think was intentional.  Once Andrew and Riley meet though… It was pure high school sexual frustration, confusion and romance all rolled into …
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#FreeSmut: The Back Room

Copyright 2017 Like most teens, I faced a number of depressing challenges. These challenges, unfortunately, dominated me as an adult. As the youngest with three older sisters, I grew up far more in touch with my feminine side than even I would have liked; this resulted in being much more of a private person. The …
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