Adam knew exactly what hit him. A cardboard box full of metal hardware—wall brackets, t-stand arms, and pegs for hurdle fixtures. The dumb box weighed a hundred pounds. And it fell on top of his head.
One thing to die at work, another to die in an elevator while listening to Christmas music.
A sexy encounter from beyond the grave at a department store. If you enjoy strange fantasy erotica, be sure to read Death of a Retail Associate. Continue reading “Humpday Story: Death of a Retail Associate”
Quick thank you to folks who downloaded and are reading books on Smashwords. So many of us are stuck at home. Hope everyone finds good books to read.
Also wanted to say that I’m restarting the free weekly short stories that I used to do on this website. Both the Sunday Quickie and the Humpday stories. The Sunday ones are flash sized, and on Wednesday are regular length short stories. That begins tomorrow.
I’ll mostly focus on newer ones that either haven’t been published or are heading towards publication, at least for awhile. But if anyone has an old favorite, feel free to request it in the comments.
A few newsworthy items…
Quick reminder about the Smashword’s Summer/Winter sale. You can get the Miriam F. Martin books for half off until the end of the month. Not a lot of time left on the deal.
And something I hadn’t entirely realized… I’ve gone thirty weeks of posting two short stories per week without repeating. “Control” was quickie number thirty, and “For Friends and Money” was the thirtieth humpday story.
Originally I’d planned on writing a brand new short story for each week for 52 weeks. Then life smacked me around and I had to dip into my catalogue to keep things going. But I still wrote a bunch of new work, so total win.
I’m resetting my goals again. So in the meantime, I’ll repost some of the older Wednesday stories until I have a backlog of new stuff. Any requests, you can leave it in the comment section.
And one more thing… I’m rebranding Siren’s Garter yet again. Still have a lot of work with cover designs, but I’m pleased with the new direction. I don’t think I’ll relaunch the issues this year, but certainly early next year I’ll have enough to a) publish more issues, and b) re-release the older issues with new designs. Right now I have six issues published, and the next four mostly put together.
I’ll much more to say about all that when I’m closer to having final products.