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This is to let you know that, as of October 15, all of the items at my Lulu store, including "Love in Dark Settings Omnibus," will cease to be available. This is because Lulu has decided to no longer permit the sale of any digital files except ePub and PDF. So you might want to browse through my Lulu store now (most of the items are free) and see whether there's anything there you'd like. I don't plan to republish any of these items, except the booktrailers, if I can find a proper host for them.

(The e-book prices are the same as earlier this year, incidentally, because Lulu has frozen my access to all of the files; I can delete the files, but I can't lower any prices.)


(For those wondering: I'm still without a laptop, but one should arrive next month.)
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Cover for Leather, Licking, and Lawnmowers

Leather, Licking, and Lawnmowers takes leathersex out of its usual bars and back alleys, setting it in unexpected locations: A 5&10. A potluck. A hamburger joint. A college waltz party. Even when the leatherman who narrates these stories returns to the Eagle bar, things don't go quite the way he expected. . . .

Written by the former director of the Erotic Authors Association, who is also editor of True Tales: An Erotic E-zine of Masculinity and Power, this five-tale gay erotica collection includes the story "Spontaneous," runner-up for the 2006 Rauxa Prize for Erotic Fiction.

For adults only.

Thinking about it, I've decided that bringing Jell-O to a gathering of leathermen wasn't my big mistake. My big mistake was bringing it on the night that Master Trent was attending.

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Cover for Bard of Pain

In the battle-weary lands of the Great Peninsula, only one fate is worse than being taken prisoner by the Lieutenant: being taken prisoner if you are the Lieutenant.

As the world's most skilled torturer struggles with his change of fortune, he finds that his fate is intertwined with the destinies of an idealistic army commander, an affectionate prisoner, and a protégé who reveres the Lieutenant's art . . . but is on the wrong side of the conflict.

The beginning of the end for him (or so it seemed at the time) came in the moment that he stepped into the shadow of Capital Mountain and was assaulted by a stranger.

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