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Art: Brent Nadin






20 Short Stories About Humanity's Favorite Pastime

SEX is the first installment in a series of 3 ebooks about Sex, Drugs and Rock n Roll. It takes a diverse look at a variety of issues revolving around sex and relationships, including: infidelity, divorce, pornography, prostitution, strippers, homosexuality and more. Although it does contain some pretty graphic sexual imagery, Sex is not a work of erotic fiction or romance, but rather a genre best defined by Henry Miller as erotic literature. It is written in a casual autobiographical style that is reminiscent not only of Miller, but also of Kerouac and Bukowski. It's specially designed for the digital format with art, hyperlinks and fiction of all lengths...



from The Midnight Sun

from Katrina and The Rhino

from Dakota and The Washing Machine


One looked like sin and the other like salvation. I was suddenly torn between the kind of girl you marry and the kind you cheat on your wife with...


The Midnight Sun









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