Sunday, June 30, 2013

Release Event | You Killed My Brother by Keith Rommel

Book Title: You Killed My Brother
Author: Keith Rommel
Release Date: June 2013
Genre: Suspense, Thriller, Crime, Fiction
Presented by: As You Wish Tours


Rainer is a successful doctor and father of two. He’s a celebrated member of the community for his exceptional care and charity work. Brick is a local street thug that can’t keep his nose clean. When fate brings the two together through tragedy, the life of Rainer is changed dramatically.

Glenn is a seasoned cop and Rainer’s younger brother. Trusting the justice system, he keeps his desire for revenge in check as Brick is brought to trial. But when the jury hands Brick a lean sentence, Glenn sets out to avenge his family’s suffering. But what he forgets in his rage is that for every action, there is a reaction.


Without the warning of skidding tires or a screaming passenger, his car was slammed broadside. The impact was between the passenger door and rear quarter-panel, sending the car skidding sideways and into a utility pole. The doctor’s head snapped to the side violently and his body instantly went numb. The squeal of bending steel folding all around him was deafening and he was pinned in the seat. His body was twisted in such a way that his eyes were looking at what he thought were his legs.

He cringed, knowing how grotesquely twisted they were and what that meant for him. This was bad and his legs disappeared inside the wreckage. He felt no pain and that concerned him. It was the coming comfort of shock and although he tried to fight it, it was powerful. There were so many people that depended on his health, and this particular night was no different. There was a police officer with a bunch of holes in his chest waiting for him on the operating table.

“I’m sorry,” Rainer gurgled on a mouthful of blood. He spat and mindlessly continued to try and decipher what were his legs and what belonged to his car. He tried to shake his head to dislodge the confusion, but found that he couldn’t move.

His body was delicately intertwined with steel, and it pinched him enough that it kept him perfectly still.

“I don’t want to die,” he said, his voice a raspy wheeze. “I have too much to do.”

But the coming darkness descended upon him and smothered him in nothingness.

About the Author 
Keith Rommel is a native of Long Island, New York and currently lives with his family in Port Saint Lucie, Florida. Keith is a retail manager and has enjoyed collecting comic books since he was a child (a hobby inspired by a teacher in grade school to help overcome a reading comprehension disability).

Keith Rommel is the author of the critically acclaimed dark suspense Thanatology Series entitled The Cursed Man and The Lurking Man. His newest novel: You Killed My Brother is a fast-paced suspense thriller with crime and some rather unorthodox police work. Keith is the co screenplay writer for The Cursed Man movie and is currently hard at work on the third novel in the Thanatology Series due out winter 2013.



Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Cover Reveal | Wicked Hunger by DelSheree Gladden

Book Title: Wicked Hunger
Series: SomeOne Wicked This Way Comes
Author: DelSheree Gladden
Release Date: July 9th
Genre: YA Urban Fantasy
Length: 95,000 words/240 pages
Publisher: GMTA Publishing LLC
Presented by: As You Wish Tours


Vanessa and Zander Roth are good at lying. They have to be when they are hiding a deadly secret. Day after day, they struggle to rein in their uncontrollable hunger for pain and suffering in order to live normal lives. Things only get worse when Ivy Guerra appears with her pink-striped hair and secrets. The vicious hunger Ivy inspires is frightening, not to mention suspicious.

Vanessa’s instincts are rarely wrong, so when they tell her that Ivy’s appearance is a sign of bad things to come, she listens. She becomes determined to expose Ivy’s secrets. Vanessa tries to warn her brother, but Zander is too enamored with Ivy to pay attention to her conspiracy theories.

One of them is right about Ivy … but if they lose control of their hunger, it won’t matter who is right and who is wrong. One little slip, and they’ll all be dead.


Vanessa and Zander Roth have spent their lives battling an uncontrollable hunger for pain and suffering that will either gain them limitless power or lead them to their deaths.

DelSheree Gladden lives in New Mexico with her husband and two children. The Southwest is a big influence in her writing because of its culture, beauty, and mythology. Local folk lore is strongly rooted in her writing, particularly ideas of prophecy, destiny, and talents born from natural abilities. When she is not writing, DelSheree is usually teaching yoga, coaching gymnastics, reading, painting, sewing, or working as a Dental Hygienist. Her works include Escaping Fate, Twin Souls Saga, and The Destroyer Trilogy. DelSheree's newest series, The SomeOne Wicked This Way Come series, follows Vanessa and Zander Roth, siblings with an uncontrollable hunger for pain and suffering that will either gain them limitless power or lead them to their deaths.

Monday, June 24, 2013

Tour Stop - Kilingiri by Janna Gray

Book Title: Kilingiri
Author: Janna Gray
Release Date: May 21st 2013
Genre: Romance, Women’s Fiction, Romantic Saga, Saga
Presented by: As You Wish Tours

Fun Interview with Janna Gray

McDonald's or Burger King and why?

Neither! Who knows what goes in to them? On the rare occasions I eat fast food it’ll be Thai, Indian or Middle Eastern. Or onion rings. I know what goes into an onion ring!

What's the funniest movie you've ever seen?

Oh …. so many! ‘Something’s Gotta Give’ with Diane Keaton and Jack Nicholson made me laugh out loud.

Do you prefer card games or board games?

Board games. Trivial Pursuit, Balderdash, Encore, Scrabble, Cranium … we have a cupboard full and bring them out at Christmas.

Do you have any hidden talents?

I like to think I can paint … if smearing blobs of paint on canvas is a talent.

What's your favorite bumper sticker?

Where I come from, we don’t have bumper stickers! Sorry …

If parents say, "Never take candy from strangers" then why do we celebrate Halloween?

In the Middle East where I live Halloween is not celebrated as enthusiastically as it is in the States and Canada so I have often wondered how parents justify why it is okay to bend the rules several times in an evening by accepting treats from total strangers. It scares me to see young kids roaming around knocking on random doors, demanding treats and if not satisfied threatening to shove dog-poo and whatnot over the fence or chuck eggs at cars. It is sad to see that what was once a fun celebration has in some places become a cause for concern, especially for the elderly.

Do you like to sing in the shower?

Yes. All the time, but only when no one is in the house because being told I sound like a drowning parrot doesn’t do much for my ego. (I can sing by the way … very nicely according to the choirs I’ve joined!)

What is the wallpaper on your computer?

A photo of a fabulous house in Mallorca where my husband and I would like to grow old disgracefully!


1968, Srinagar, Kashmir and Nina is devastated by the death of her new-born baby girl.Sister Angela and Father Michael at the mission hospital step in to nurse Nina back to healthbut when the friendship between Nina and Father Michael turns to love, Michael makes a decision which will resonate through the years.

It is 1981 and in Kinsale, Ireland, Nina, devoted to her son Joshua, lives a loveless existence, but a chance encounter changes everything. Michael is back in her life, he leaves the priesthood and happiness is within their grasp.

But when past and present collide, their whole world is turned upside down.
Only by facing the consequences of what has gone before, can Nina and Michael embrace the future.

Janna Gray guides us masterfully through this poignant story of love, loss, betrayal and hope.

Janna Gray grew up in Ceylon (Sri Lanka) and was educated at boarding schools in Kodaikanal, South India and Derbyshire, England. She trained to be a teacher in Londonwhere she met and married her husband Simon. His job took them to Singapore, Hong Kongand Thailand where she raised two sons, worked at British and International schools andwrote articles for newspapers and magazines.

Currently living in the UAE, Janna was the Senior Mistress (a title which caused much merriment among her colleagues!) and Head of Pastoral Care at Repton School beforetrading her marking pens and report cards for the world of writing novels. She enjoystravelling and sailing and had a love-hate relationship with exercise until she discoveredthe joy of Zumba where the trainers turn a blind eye to her inability to remember dance
sequences. She sings in the shower and with choirs, has an allergy to golf and recentlydiscovered the allure of oils and acrylics – a delightfully messy way to express her inner artist.



Tour Schedule
Sat, June 22
What Inspired Me to Write Kilingiri
Julia Hendrix
As You Wish Reviews

Sun, June 23
Cremona Cotovelea
Mythical Books

Mon, June 24
Fun Author Interview
Dina Rae
Dina Raes Write Stuff

Tue, June 25
Why Choosing the Setting of a Novel is Important

Brooke Bumgardner
Brooke Blogs

Wed, June 26
Cherese Vines
Cherese Vines Charming Words

Thu, June 27
Research before writing a Novel

Ann Snizek
Rambling Voices In My Head

Fri, June 28
Author Interview
Jany Honeycutt
Jany's Book Blog

Sat, June 29

Bianca Calin

Sun, June 30
How to make Characters Believable
Michele Riccio
My Soapbox

Mon, July 1
Jodie Pierce
Jodie Pierce's Ink Slinger's Blog

Tue, July 2
Author Interview

Tamar Hela
Tamar Hela

Wed, July 3
A Day in the Life of Janna Gray
Cheree Crump
Confessions of the Paranormal

Thu, July 4

Jaimie Hope
The Journey Continues

Fri, July 5
Ten Things I Wish I Knew About Being An Author
Janna Gray
Off On A Tangent

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Thursday, June 20, 2013

Cover Reveal | The Swan Bonnet by Katherine L. Holmes

Book Title: The Swan Bonnet
Author: Katherine L. Holmes
Release Date: July 16, 2013
Genre: YA Historical Fiction
Presented by: As You Wish Tours


Unbeknown to Dawn, her grandfather has shot an old swan out of mercy. In their coastal Alaskan town, her father buys the swan pelt, preventing her Uncle Alex, a fur trader, from selling it for export. Dawn’s father surprises her part-Aleut mother with a hat she helped to make and also with an idea to catch poachers. Shooting swans has become illegal but Alaska is a territory and Prohibition occupies the Sheriff. Dawn and her mother become involved with the suspicious effects of the swan bonnet besides its haunting effect. Because Dawn’s grandparents see the swans first, Dawn agrees to secretly watch the migration with the deputy sheriff’s son. But after she and her mother encounter women from a ship and find out about a hunting party, they ride to the inlet. There are townspeople roving the shore too but who is the vigilante and who is the poacher?

Katherine L. Holmes’ first published book was The House in Windward Leaves, an MG fantasy which became an E-book Finalist in the 2013 New Generation Indie Book Awards and a Juvenile Fiction Finalist in the National Indie Excellence Book Awards. Also, she won Prize Americana for her short story collection, Curiosity Killed the Sphinx and Other Stories, published by Hollywood Books International. In April 2013, The Wide Awake Loons was released by Silver Knight Publishing. The Swan Bonnet, a historical novel, will be published in July, 2013, by GMTA Publishing. Katherine has worked with used and rare books in the last years. She lives in Duluth, Minnesota.


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Monday, June 17, 2013

Release Event | Phantom Dreams by T.K. Harris

Book Title: Phantom Dreams
Author: T.K. Harris
Release Date: June 7th
Genre: Mystery Thriller
Length: 81,956 words, 273 pages
Presented by: As You Wish Tours
Cover Design by: Benjamin Poelman and Tipping Point


FBI Special Agent Jack Matthews finds himself on yet another serial killer case, having barely recovered from the last disastrous hunt. Still stiff from a gun shot wound in his leg, under investigation for a botched job, and having lost his fiancée when she walked out on him, Jack is beginning to wonder if it isn’t time to move on to something new. But, for Jack, these cases are personal and he can’t say no. 

Marketing specialist Kathy Gilliam leads a fairly boring life. If she’s not working or caring for her ailing father, then she is doing whatever it takes to avoid going anywhere near crowds of people. Her few distractions include her friend Margo Longfellow, occasional hiking trips, and her increasingly alarming dreams of women dying.

As her nightmares cause her to begin to doubt her sanity, the media releases news of the “Coast-to-Coast Killer” and Kathy discovers her dreams may be related. In a moment of panic, Kathy does something that places her on the FBI’s “persons of interest” list. Suddenly, her life is set on a collision course with Jack who must decide if Kathy is the killer or destined to become a victim.


He hadn't meant to kill her. No. No. No. Tom stared down at the woman, first turning his head one way and then another, fascinated by the way the moonlight glinted against the blood pooling out around her. He was just angry, but Tom didn't understand why. He just really wanted to get away, go back home. It had been so long since Tom had been home.

Stepping over the body, he walked forward, trying to decide where he had brought Tom this time. They were in an alleyway. Across the street, he could see what looked like a hospital or doctor's office of some kind. But what city? What state?

Tennessee, the man in his head told him.

Yes. Yes. Still Tennessee. Hmm. Why are we here?

To find the girl, remember?

Right. The girl. Woman actually. Tom turned around and looked at the woman on the ground, the full moon shining clearly on her face. It's not her, he thought.


Tom winced at the pain in his head, wishing he would just go away. But he wouldn't. Even before Tom had killed his mother all those years ago, the man had been in his head, slowly taking more and more of his memory and control away. Hours and even days now passed that Tom no longer remembered.

He took another look at the mental image of the man in his head. Mr. Mustache, he called him when Tom thought he wasn't listening. Tom had seen black and white pictures of men with mustaches like his. The man looked to be Tom's age, but wore clothes he had never seen except in movies. Why did he dress so weird?

Can we go home yet?


Tom sighed, taking one last look at the dead woman before he started walking. In his mind, he could still see the fear in her face. He smiled at the thought, looking around as he emerged from the alleyway into the busy street. At least, they were in a city this time. Another thought widened his smile. Maybe there was a Starbucks nearby!

He began to whistle as he crossed the road, remembering her screams.

T.K. Harris was born in California and lived a gypsy sort of life traveling the world as a military brat. She has been writing since she was a child and as had several short stories published by various magazines, including one in Woman's World. She currently lives and works in Colorado as a Senior Solutions Architect and IT Instructor and has recently had her first novel, Phantom Dreams, published. She is looking forward to her next two books, already outlined and partially written. You can find out more at:

Sunday, June 16, 2013

Tour Stop | Broken Strings by Nancy Means Wright

Book Title: Broken Strings
Author: Nancy Means Wright
Release Date: May 7th 2013
Genre: Mystery
Publisher: GMTA Publishing, LLC
Presented by: As You Wish Tours


When puppeteer Marion collapses during a performance of Sleeping Beauty, her friend Fay Hubbard promises to carry on. But Fay already has her hands full with three demanding foster children, Apple and Beets, who have a fractious jailbird father—and sixteen-year-old Chance, who has a crush on a much older guy in a band called Ghouls. And now Marion’s husband Cedric seems more interested in a drop-dead-gorgeous French teacher than in any string puppets. And who is the mysterious Skull-man who warns of death if the show goes on with one of Marion’s offbeat endings? When an autopsy reveals that Marion had swallowed a dose of deadly crushed yew—and a friend finds her sister dangling from a rod like a marionette, a shocked Fay goes after the killer.


Finally Cedric said through his teeth: “The yew got in her drink, absolutely. She bought it at the local co-op, you know, some fool could have put in the wrong herb. But the control stick couldn’t poison her.”

They locked eyes a moment. She said, “It was you gave her that yew controller, wasn’t it. Wasn’t it? Cedric?”

He was quiet a moment. She could feel the electricity in the air, like a storm was brewing in the room, ready to break. Willard put a hand on her shoulder; the rough skin of his hand gripped her Valentini Marionettes tee shirt, digging in, but she didn’t want him to take it away. Cedric’s back was against the wall; his shoulders curved like a bow that might spring any moment and loose the poison arrow. “You gave her that controller,” she repeated.

“It was a gift,” he said finally. “For her birthday. I had it made. Yew is a beautiful wood. Supple, good for stringing, for operating marionettes. She loved it, she strung Beauty onto it. I was planning to lacquer it but she wanted to use it right away, so what could I do? You know Marion when she gets a bee in her bonnet.”

He was breaking down, his face like a split egg, the yolk running down his cheeks, onto his hands that were holding his face. She mustn’t feel sorry for him. He knew plants, he probably knew wood. Knew yew, the yew sap that still bubbled in the untreated wood. He could have warned his wife, stopped her.

Seeing his face she backed off. Willard’s hands lifted from her shoulders and she turned away. Her signmaker went back to his packing. She didn’t want any part of these accusations, his stance told her, he just wanted everyone to be happy. Willard the peacemaker.

But Fay was angry. The man had lied! His grief was false, he was playacting; he had a new girlfriend. Now he was turning his back on her. She went after him half running, into the kitchen. “You lied to me,” she shouted. “I don’t like that! I want the whole truth from you.”

‘I gave it.” The back door slammed. She opened it to follow but Willard pulled her back, his hands firm on her shoulders. ‘It’s okay, Fay, okay,” he said, and maneuvered her back into the livingroom. The day had turned dark. Rain was beating at the windows, and the ceiling was leaking into a box of puppet stuff.

Nancy Means Wright has published 17 books, including 6 contemporary mysteries from St Martin’s Press and two historical novels featuring 18th-century Mary Wollstonecraft (Perseverance Press). Her two most recent books are the mystery Broken Strings (GMTA publishing) and Walking into the Wild, an historical novel for tweens (LLDreamspell). Her children’s mysteries have received an Agatha Award and Agatha nomination. Nancy lives in Middlebury with her spouse and two Maine Coon cats.


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Saturday, June 15, 2013

Release - Blood of the Sire by Andrea L. Staum

Title:  Blood of the Sire Book 1 of Dragonchild Lore
Author:  Andrea L. Staum
Release Date: June 11th
Genre:  Fantasy
Length:  300 pages


When raiders come to the shores of Kalahtaya, Kitra, the village outcast, is sent to find allies by the village's Elemental Guardians. Along the way she uncovers the villages long forgotten past, as well as, learning how misguided her own memories have become.

The first book of lore reveals the birth of the Dragonchild and her tie to the Guardians of Kalahtaya.

About the Author - Andrea L. Staum is a 2012 NaNoWriMo winner with Blood of the Sire, her first published novel. By day she works in a motorcycle dealership and by night she spends way too much time on her laptop. Andrea lives in south-central Wisconsin with her husband, two cats, and two ornery rabbits.

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Monday, June 10, 2013

Tour Stop | Bemused and Bedeviled: Terpsichore In Love by John Tucker

Book Title: Bemused and Bedeviled: Terpsichore in Love
Author: John Tucker
Release Date: May 15, 2013
Genre: Supernatural Romance/Comedy
Presented by: As You Wish Tours

Interview with John Tucker

Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
I've lived in Georgia for 48 of my fifty years. One in Florida (hated it) One in North Carolina (hated it more). I've had three wives, two children, and a few cats and dogs.  I have an extensive DVD collection of what I call the gretaest movies of all time -- approximately 500.  I have submitted myself and my life to the Guiness World Records organization for the boringest man alive, but have yet to recieve an answer.  :-) 

What do you do when you are not writing?
Sleep, work, eat...bathroom activites...Facebook, TV. (See boring reference above)

Do you have a day job as well?
Yup...Tues - Sat...Pizza Management.

When did you first start writing and when did you finish your first book?
I started writing for real in 2008 and finished my first novel in 2009. Since it ended at 600,000 words, I am currently making it a five volume series of books - the first is Romancing the Fox. Joining the IWW (Internet Writers Workshp) in 2010 taught me how to write competently and since then, I have self pubbed Divisive, The Little Girl You Kiss Goodnight, and Romancing the Fox.  My first novel under a publisher, Terpischore in Love : Bemused and Bedeviled Vol. 1 - has just been released.

How did you choose the genre you write in?
I don't have a specific genre. Divisive is a dark adult comtemporary, The Little Girl You Kiss Goodnight is a YA Mystery, Romancing the Fox is an adult romantic-dramedy, and Terpischore in Love is a supernatural romantic dramedy. I am  currently working on an Erotic novella and have just submitted a Horror short story to an Anthology project sporsored by Vamptasy.

Where do you get your ideas?
Since every basic plot a novel can have has been done already, it's up to a writer to make fresh characters and situations to go into a book.  Divisive came to me as a murder mystery to start with. Instead, it wove itself into a psycholgical journey into the mind of a sociopath. That book was so dark, with utterly reprehensible characters, that a fellow author made a bet with me that I couldn't write a story with 'good, morally responsible characters.' That book turned out to be The Little Girl You Kiss Goodnight. Romancing the Fox stemmed from a daydream/fantasy I had while in the middle of a deteriorating marriage. Terpsichore in Love was originally a series of episodic screenplays with a hybrid of Bewitched, Melrose Place, and How I Met Your Mother. :-)  Weird, I know.  I'm also working with a fellow author (Twila Vernon) on a straight Romantic tale that's coming along nicely.

Do you ever experience writer’s block?
I do, but instead of moaning, bitching, and complaining about it, I start working on something fresh. At times I've had three different projects going and eventually, I got around to completring them all.  Keep the juices flowing, even if you have to switch from Grape to Pineapple.  :-D

Do you work with an outline, or just write?
First, I come up with a plot - start, ending, middle scenes. Then I outline a book into a twenty chapter synopsis that usually veers off somewhere around chapter six - ten when I actually start to write. I also compile a character list with their description, habits, attitudes, and add to it over the course of the book so I don't get mixed up. It sounds complicated, but it works for me. 

Is there any particular author or book that influenced you in any way either growing up or as an adult?
I read Stephen King voraciously as a pre-teen and teenager. As an adult, I absolutely love John Jakes and his American Bicentennial Series. For my own work, I combine Jakes' emphasis on characters, and King's casual style of writing - especially with pop and cultural references.

Can you tell us about your challenges in getting your first book published?
For self-pubbing, the formatting process turned my salt and pepper hair into a full gray. For professional publishing, I tried submitting manuscripts to several organizations before GMTA (Great Minds Think Aloud) took a chance on me.


The nine traditional Greek Muses, who are now living on Earth, find their everyday lives disrupted by the appearance of a mysterious mortal who is developing powers beyond human capabilities. After Dan Gordon falls in love with Terpischore, he finds himself in the midst of a power struggle between the forces of Heaven and the denizens of Hades – with the winner claiming his heart and soul.
Bemused and Bedeviled takes you into the drama-filled lives of the nine sisters, headed up by the impetuous Terpischore, oversexed Melpomene, irascible Calliope, and the impossibly cheerful Euterpe. On the dark side, Lucifer and his three Sirens – the level-headed Calypso, wrathful Celestia, and the effervescent Chanteuse – deal with their own darker issues. The representatives of good and evil vie for Dan’s loyalty and allegiance, despite family issues that threaten to rip the very fabric of the universe apart.

John. D. Tucker is a longtime Georgia native who began writing at the age of forty-three. He has self-published three novels: Divisive – a psychological crime thriller, The Little Girl You Kiss Goodnight – a young adult mystery, and Romancing the Fox – a contemporary romance/drama. He seems to be becoming a jack of all genres with his first novel under the GMTA banner – Terpischore in Love (Bemused and Bedeviled Book One) a romantic comedy filled with mythological characters interacting with contemporary mortals.



Saturday, June 8, 2013

Next You: Destined for Something Official Book Tour

Book Title:  Next You: Destined for Something
Author:  Angus H. Day
Release Date:  April 23, 2013
Genre:  Sci-Fi Fantasy
Publisher:  GMTA Publishing, LLC
Presented by:  As You Wish Tours


In the last year of mandatory school each soon to be graduate takes a multitude of tests to
efficiently funnel them into the right career. Personality profiles showing you to be low IQ, bigoted and prone to senseless violence really increase your chances of being denied. Scores mean enough to tempt test takers to cheat using answer sets bought from sketchy characters. You don't always get what you pay for as Felix Dernoft discovers in Destined for...Something, a Next You novel.


Spiritual Yearning

The fourth time I met with Angela she was telling me about how we needed to act to be a part of  No lying, stealing, random violence, bad thoughts, and to not give ground to other belief systems.  This was the one true way.  She would say these things while holding my hand then we would bow our heads and speak to god.  Meeting in the room was always crowded as other dorm mates were drawn to the other counselors.  Angela would move closer to permit us to talk without yelling and I could smell her scent.

After the fourth time half of the dorm would go to meeting halls specifically for their groups yet I stayed and Angela would again speak with me in the meeting room of the dorm.  Though it was not crowded she still got so close that her legs would press against mine and the heat would increase my discomfort causing me to cross my legs before getting shamed.  Angela saw this and with her right hand cupped the inside of my left knee urging me to uncross my legs and I resisted with my leg muscles.  I lost my focus during this and released some air from below.  She cupped her mouth and nose with her left hand while rubbing my back with her right.  "That happens.  Sorry.  Shall we move somewhere else?"

"I would like to go somewhere else with you.  I never get to leave the dorm except for classes."

"You know you are allowed to leave right?  The dorm matron says that you never show any interest."

"The dorm matron never speaks to me."

"Well then let's go for a walk."

I realized that she was maybe a couple of years older than me but not much.  We were almost the same height.  As we left out of the entrance to the dorm her hand brushed the swelling in my pants sending a rush of pleasure up my stomach causing me to release a moan.

"Are you worried about leaving?"

"No."  She looked me in the face and cast her eyes down to my crotch briefly.
"Oh.  I know a place that we can walk.  Let's go."

We left the mandatory school grounds and walked along the White river as I found it was called from Angela.  She told me how she had graduated from Mandatory school two years ago and gotten further training to help at the school in counseling.  Pastor Silvia had explained salvation of souls to her and she had joined the church as a way of finding deeper meaning in her life.  The laws against proselytizing, she had to explain that word to me also, had Pastor Silvia worried as she already had four complaints lodged against her.  One more and she would be terminated.  Somehow we found ourselves in front of an apartment building.

"This is where I live.  Would you like to come up to my apartment?"


I live in Fort Collins Colorado with my wife and son. My daughter has embarked on her career as a graphics designer. I've been an Infantryman, Swine Farmer, smattering of other trades and jobs and now I'm a manufacturing pharmaceutical chemist. What aspect of my life that is devoted to fitness favors swimming in open water which means I spend most of the year working out in a pool then hit the lakes when it warms up a bit. My wife Cheryl safety kayaks for me when we manage to make it work. One day when I was waiting on everybody else in the house to get off of the computer when it hit me. Start doing what I had wanted to do for the last thirty years, write science fiction stories. I've read extensively, experienced way more than a person is entitled to and I am a scientist. That being said, sometimes I just pull them out of my ass. The ability to picture a scene in my head helps, once I stop laughing uncontrollably for no reason.




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