Freedom of the Individual by Shea Balik

Freedom of the Individual by Shea Balik

Jul 31, 2014

There are over seven billion people in the world and yet with all those people across the world there are no two people exactly alike. We are individuals with our own ideas, our own beliefs and our own interests. No matter how closely related or how similar our interests are we are still our own person. So why are we trying so hard to fit those around us into a...

Drag Show by Andrew Jericho

Drag Show by Andrew Jericho

Jul 12, 2014

*Please note this content contains adult language and themes. It is intended for a mature audience.* Drag Show By Andrew Jericho “Get your legs back, baby,” Derek said as he pushed Vince’s thighs against his chest. “Now, spread them,” he ordered, pressing the flesh apart with his fingertips. “I want you open when I wrap my lips around your cock.”...

M/M/M: How I Wrote It by Accident by Marcy Jacks

M/M/M: How I Wrote It by Accident by Marcy Jacks

Jul 11, 2014

I’m wondering how many readers have this problem. They read a story with a love triangle that grips them—excellent romance, sexual tension, and more than one potential partner—but the reader knows that someone is going to end up alone. How many times have we as readers been so in love with the two heroes that we want to just shout, “Pick both!” But we...