Welcome to the Central Chapel of the Church of the Erotic Redemption.
All are welcome.
As I stand here, looking out over the sea of faces, I offer up to you the following:
Playing the Game (February, 2010) The return of one of the Internet's most celebrated novels used to be able to be found here. This was a Golden Clitorides finalist, and the first novel of a trilogy, each book a finalist or award-winner. The story of Sean Porter, soccer whiz-kid, Book One covers his sophomore year of high school in 1980. Clicking the link will now take you to a page away from ASSTR, where a PG-13 version of the novel can be found, available in print. (Or, if you prefer to go to Amazon, you can also purchase the Kindle version.)
The Balance Point: Playing the Game II will be the second book of the series. Book Two will take place during Sean's junior year of high school, in 1981. It will also be available sometime this year (I stopped making promises about when these books would appear in print a long time ago) from the Jimbob Stryker website.
My RomFest story entries can be found here.
The Years Like Pearls on Velvet (March, 2002) A departure from the typical sermon, but a tale worth telling, all the same. A word of caution, however: this story is moody and dark. Forewarned, and all that, you know...
Hard Promise This story was a Finalist for the 2001 Golden Clitorides Awards. As the Reverend can affirm, this tale revolves around the old, wise saying that "A Good Deed Seldom Goes Unpunished." Codes: mf, rom, first, oral, anal
Remember The Reverend reminisces...or does he? Codes: MMF
Return To Me Inspired by a secular tune entitled "Ghost On the Beach", by The Insiders. A short tale of longing and loss.
La Traviata on a Dark Night Posted October, 2004. This story originally appeared as an illustrated story at Ruthie's Club. My thanks to Ruthie and her associates for caring for this tale. Codes are MF rom, with a pinch of caution thrown in for good measure.
Oolong at Midnight, Chamomile at Dawn is the newest story from the good Reverend. I refer to this as the first Mona Youngblood story, because I hope there will be more to come. Go out and buy my book, will you please? That way I will feel much more inclined to write more about a lady who is one of my favorite female characters.