naamah_darling: Picture of a treasure chest with a skull and crossbones on top. My art! (Artistic)


Sky Pirates of the Rio Grande is out on Smashwords and Amazon!

You can get it at Smashwords here, and the Amazon link is here. We get the money faster and get a better cut if you buy through Smashwords, and reviews are great everywhere.

I'm sorry for not getting it out sooner. I know some of you have been waiting, and I apologize for that. Things got a little rough. But here it is in all its cheesy glory! How, I ask you, can you not love a book that has a hot tiger-striped chick bronco-busting a pterodactyl?

But wait, there's more!

Sky Pirates of the Rio Grande!

The year is 1867, and mad science has made the Wild West even wilder. Sky pirates haunt the western territories, savage prehistoric beasts have been set loose to roam the grasslands, and the science-enhanced Experimentals are hunted by the government that made them.

Eden Kane is a shy girl working a dead-end job as a clerk with the Smithsonian's Department of Hazardous Artifacts. Unable to explain that her brilliant Experimental mind makes her uniquely qualified for the task, she is rudely refused a position on a dangerous assignment to reclaim the sky pirates' secret Dark Aetheric Transmitter.

She mounts her own expedition, freeing Zenobia Santiago, ex-bandit and Experimental tiger-woman, to guide her through a West full of criminals, rogue Experimentals, and dinosaurs, and into the secret lair of the Sky Pirates of the Rio Grande.

A secret war is brewing in the West. Hunted by desperados and government agents alike, Eden and Zenobia may be the only two people who can stop it.
naamah_darling: The right-side canines of a wolf's skull; the upper canine is made of gold. (Default)
Question for people who have experience with Amazon's Kindle publishing platform.

I uploaded Pride and Prostitutes to Amazon's KDP.

I listed it under both of our names.

The book is there in Amazon's marketplace. You can search for it, and you can buy it.

When I go into the guts of the KDP, it is not there among the other books I have listed.

I do not have an Amazon account under any other email address.

I checked under my husband's email address, and it is not there either. That address had never been used to log into the KDP.

I have tried resetting my password as described in this link. It still did not appear.

Where did my book go and how can I find it? I need to be able to administer it, obviously, and I am really, really concerned that my intellectual property has fallen into "limbo" and will be unretrievable. Obviously, I cannot comfortably register any new books with Amazon until this is resolved.

Please advise.

If you know anyone who has experience with the KDP, please consider forwarding this to them. I could really use an answer on this.

Notes:

* I have emailed their customer service department with this, but if I can resolve it faster than they can get back to me, I'd be really pleased.

* Please don't tell me to stay out of Amazon's pool. Not helpful or relevant.

* I know that Amazon is evil, and that their customer service sucks. Pointing this out is also not helpful. Please try to be constructive.
naamah_darling: Close cropped image of a blonde ponytailed man with a woman pulling a black stocking tightly around his neck. (BDSM)
Now, an AWESOME plea for halp!

The wonderful Cecilia Tan at Circlet Press cannot find an appropriate dominant woman/submissive man image on the stock photo sites, and is hoping to get some help.

Details:

Help me find cover art for a gorgeous book about a dominant woman and her male submissive!

So, Circlet Press will be publishing a book very soon called The Viscountess Investigates by Cameron Quintain. It’s an erotic mystery in a BDSM fantasy world which intersects our own, in which a dominant woman (the Viscountess) and her submissive (the aptly named Severin) are a detective team who must move through the various BDSM “dominions” (alternate universes reached through a kind of S/M-based magic) to search for a killer.

It’s a smart book, very sexy, with touches of victoriana, leather culture, and many many sf/fantasy references. Most importantly, its main characters are not young fluffy porn models.

The search for a cover photograph or image has so far proved fruitless. Most of the stuff out there with any kind of BDSM theme is of 18-year-old girls with teased hair and blue eyeshadow in collars and PVC. Um, no.

What I would love is something like:
- a tasteful image of a woman’s boot-clad leg, being kissed by a worshipful male submissive
- a shot of her leather gloved hands, one holding a whip/flogger and one a Sherlock-Holmes-style magnifying glass
- A woman in Victorian dress with a man (clothed or no) kneeling at her feet

Now, you’d think a photo of a man kissing a shoe or boot wouldn’t be too hard to find in stock photo sites, but it’s just a barren wasteland.

Our budget is not huge, but I can offer up to $50 for use of an image if someone has one to sell me the rights to. It needs to be 300 dpi and a minimum of 6×6″ in size (6×9″ is ideal, but we can deal with other aspect ratios). Suggestions, pointers, artist friends, please send them my way. Thank you!


Oh, golly, people, this is a terrible problem. There is arse out there for this sort of imagery, worse on stock photo sites.

Do you have any photographer friends who do slightly sexy work who might be interested in doing a good deed? If any of you have applicable skills, would you please consider it? They can't pay all that much, no, but Circlet do really, really important work publishing erotica that pushes boundaries of genre and content, and this book sounds positively fucking kickass, and I wanna read it right this second.

We need to get a cover on this sucker!

Who can help?
naamah_darling: The Punisher skull with a red ribbon barrette. (Punisher Ribbon)
I'm going to ask y'all for a favor.

Please, please, please spread the word about this:

Paypal Strongarms Indie Ebook Publishers Over Erotic Content

Because, y'all? I have seen zero people, zero, on my f-list talk about it. Two people on Facebook. Granted, I've been dealing with this shit while very upset and my memory is not the greatest on the best of days, so I might have missed something, but still, this is unacceptable. Y'all care. I know you do. So please spread the word. If you can't do anything else, cut and paste and link back here.

I have been so tired, and so demoralized, and so, so hoping that someone else would have the spoons to speak up about this, to start the push back. Hoping that big-name authors would take notice, would care, would make the articulate, well-researched, exhaustively linked posts that help get people centered around an issue . . . the kind of posts that I am too busy just trying to survive to make in a timely fashion. And it's not happening. No letter-writing campaigns, no petitions, no call to arms.

Folks, that call to arms needs to happen. This is going to really hurt people like me, like my husband, who make our money writing erotica that brushes up against the bars. And by hurt, I mean this is how we pay for our heat, this is how we pay for our food, this is how we pay for my medication, this is how we scrape by. I don't mean "This is how we pay for our research vacations to Brazil." I am talking the basics of survival, here. I am not fucking around.

And if you don't give a shit about one crazy pornographer in the middle of nowhere, well, okay, fine. Be selfish. No, really. This will affect you. It has the potential to affect everyone. Every reader, every writer, if their interests verge even a little bit into grey territory.

And folks? A tremendous amount of fiction goes there. Stories and novels and anthologies by popular and award-winning authors like Neil Gaiman and Terri Windling and Laurell K. Hamilton and Sarah Monette and Cat Valente and on and on A through fucking Z would be right the fuck out. Also, the Bible. Not that I personally give a flying fuck, but it's ironically on the list of shit that you couldn't buy through PayPal, if they had to adhere to their own rules.

Mark Coker's first email from Smashwords explained:

Today we are modifying our Terms of Service to clarify our policies regarding erotic fiction that contains bestiality, rape and incest. . . .

I've had multiple conversations with PayPal over the last several days to better understand their requirements. Their team has been helpful, forthcoming and supportive of the Smashwords mission. I appreciate their willingness to engage in dialogue. Although they have tried their best to delineate their policies, gray areas remain.

Their hot buttons are bestiality, rape-for-titillation, incest and underage erotica.


Which all sounds pretty indefensible, but:

A) It's all ill-defined.

  • This applies to all incest, including step-relations, and is so ill-defined that it might apply to distant cousins. Goodbye, realistic depictions of inbreeding in noble families throughout history.

  • This applies to all "rape for titillation," which is so ill-defined that it might apply to romance-novel bodice-ripping, and it applies to all "non-consensual BDSM" which, while that should certainly be illegal in real life, is also ill-defined, and might be stretched to cover all sorts of situations. I'm personally into BDSM in real life and I can tell you that most people are remarkably closed-minded about BDSM and have demonstrated a particularly atrocious track record at recognizing that there even is a distinction between consensual and nonconsensual BDSM. People who don't like it don't like it in any form, and they will try to shove it all into the box marked "rape."

  • This applies to all "bestiality," which specifically excludes fully-shifted shapeshifters and is furthermore so ill-defined that it might apply to gorgons, centaurs, sphinxes, and other mythical beasts that possess animal or partially animal bodies and human-level consciousness.

    B) We have to defend the indefensible, even if we do not like it. I don't care if it is the absolute worst and most horrible thing you have ever seen in your life, it is not PayPal's job to tell us what we can and cannot do with our money. If it is not against the law to buy or create it in the United States, i.e., if it is protected under freedom of speech, nobody has the right to tell us that we cannot create it or sell it or buy it. Not PayPal, not the banks, not Santa Claus, nobody.*


  • This started with Smashwords. I want to be clear, here, that Smashwords is not the villain, and Mark Coker has been working tirelessly to achieve some sort of détente whereby we can all carry on and profit without too much disruption. He despises the idea of censorship, but severing relations with PayPal would take time, and some sort of solution must be found in the meantime so that authors, who need to get paid by Smashwords, can keep selling. He is doing exactly the right thing, and I fully support his approach.

    It started with Smashwords, but it won't end with Smashwords.

    True, the big-name authors that you are likely to care about far more than you care about me and the rest of my porn-spewing ilk mostly don't publish through Smashwords, though some make their backlist available there. No, you probably aren't paying through PayPal when you buy their books. But this isn't just about who-gives-a-shit indie authors writing their dirty stepdaddy porn.

    It is about PayPal. PayPal says this is the banks' fault. That it's the banks putting pressure on them, so they're pressuring Smashwords and other indie outfits. And if that's true, we have a major fucking problem, because banks should not and cannot be allowed to do that. If that's true, that connection needs to be dragged into the light so that everyone can see it for what it is.

    Even if it's not true and it's just some asshole at PayPal with a burr up his ass, we have a major fucking problem. PayPal is huge, and the revenue streams for thousands of independent artists and authors get funneled through it. If they start telling us what we can and cannot put out there to sell, what we can and cannot buy, well . . . if you can't see there's a huge problem there, I honestly don't know if I can help you, and you might want to just go lie down for a while and hope the denseness passes.

    So I am asking you: please spread the word, please get people talking about this, please keep your readers, even if there are only two, abreast of this issue. And please, if you're an author with one of the big publishing houses, please, please post about this. In fact, if you know such an author, please ask them to post about it.

    I am not advocating spamming authors. I don't want to make people mad. But I want this exposed. I want people talking about this. I want acknowledgement from big-name authors that this shit matters, and I want to know that they are behind us, the way we have been behind them as fans and fellow authors.

    I am just asking that if you have a means of politely contacting them and asking them to weigh in on the issue, you do so. Twitter is good, comments are good, emails are good. Whatever, even if it's just a retweet. Please.

    This is not just about incestuous underage dog-rape porn, okay? Who the hell would rally to protect that? Nobody. Which is the problem, here. People glance at the issue and they see indefensible garbage, and they move on.

    That is a smokescreen! This is not about that crap. This is about people with no familiarity with genre fiction, with erotica, with the outer boundaries of sexual fantasy, being allowed to dictate how we express ourselves. This is about those people deciding where the line gets drawn between okay and not okay. This is not a new thing, though this crackdown is new, a new push against "obscene" content that previously nobody gave a shit about. They've already proven that they decide where the line is and that they can move it anytime they like; that they are doing this represents a shifting of that line. This is about being told what we can and cannot publish, and can and cannot buy. It affects everyone. And that should scare the shit out of you.

    And while we're at it, let's discuss that indefensible incestuous underage dog-rape porn. It's sick, and I don't write it, and I don't want to read it, and if a given indie self-pub outlet wants to say "we will not allow people to publish that through us" I suppose I am very grudgingly okay with that. But if a bank – and that is really how PayPal works, as a bank for e-commerce – wants to tell me that I cannot buy that stuff, THAT IS NOT OKAY. I will spend my money any goddamned fucking way I see fit. They have crossed the line. We need to unfuck this situation.

    And, final note, we need to discuss how to support independent authors and artists through this, because boycotting PayPal is going to hurt us. Frankly, I have no idea how to go about this, I am barely able to keep my own head above water, let alone think long and hard about how to fix the sinking ship, but I sure as shit hope that we can. I'm willing to suffer for the cause, yes, but I am not willing to go without my drugs for however long this would take to settle out. So we need to be talking about how to take care of one another, how to support each other, while still effecting change.

    I entered into the devil's bargain with PayPal because I had no other choice. No, you in the back smugly stroking your sense of superiority through your fashionably unfashionable pants, I did not have another choice. I needed, and still need, to make money, and that means 1) getting my stuff in front of people and 2) making it easy for those people to pay me for it. That is what sites like Etsy and Smashwords do. They make it easy for me to get my stuff out there and get it sold and get myself paid. As I have said repeatedly over the past few days, I cannot afford to abstain on principle. They are a luxury I am too poor and too screwed and too uninsured and too mentally ill to afford. I don't make much off my bargain with this company, but I need every fucking penny of it. So much so that I am terrified that if I post this, PayPal will suspend my account as punishment. Because I can't afford for that to happen. I need the security they allow me to provide for myself.

    What I do not need? This five-day headache with PayPal's name on it. The indifference of people – big-name, small-name, no-name – whose voices, if raised, could maybe make a difference. The assumption that indie publishing isn't important and that stuff put out through independent channels isn't any good and that I must, therefore, be trying to defend something worthless and indefensible. The assumption that this is only about indie publishing, and the assumption that this is only about porn – really sick porn at that.

    This is about freedom, and for some of us, it is about survival.

    Paypal email addresses and phone numbers, should you wish to talk about this with someone there. This is old info -- if anyone has anything better, I will post that instead -- but it's better than the on-site contact stuff, which is routed through overseas response centers. Please speak out, BE POLITE, be articulate, be reasonable, and be firm.

    FYI, I will be moderating comments on this post with a heavy hand. I doubt it will be necessary, but I want productive conversation, not bickering. If you don't agree that this is a problem, I ask politely that you move on. We've nothing to say to one another.

    Also, yes, I swear a lot. If you feel inclined to say that this is hurting my case, I invite you to think very carefully about the core of this issue, and what relevance it may have to what you are about to say.

    * I am not arguing with anyone about whether or not PayPal has the right, as a private company, to make up bullshit rules. They technically do, but they have a virtual monopoly on payments made through the internet, they are deeply connected to the big banks, and allowing them to do this sets a hideously dangerous precedent. If the government cannot censor or suppress "obscene" content without those uppity free-speechers getting all riled up, well, private companies can do it. Right? Yeah. I'm not on board with that.
    naamah_darling: Glass of tawny port on a table branded with a seven-pointed star. (Port Wine and the Morning Star)
    Okay. This shit sucks.

    Because of Paypal's new regulations about what we are allowed to purchase for our own use, Smashwords -- quite against their will -- is forcing authors to pull all titles that have real or simulated incest, bestiality including fully-shifted shapeshifters, and "rape for titillation" which if enforced by assholes could conceivably cover rape play between consenting adults and romance-novel ravishment.

    They will begin enforcing this on Tuesday. I am going to hold off on pulling my books until the last minute, but they will be coming down from Smashwords on Monday. Hopefully temporarily, but at this point, I really don't know.

    So if you want them from Smashwords, grab them now. Here's a list. When the books are also available on Amazon, I have linked to that, too. I'm very sorry I haven't organized coupon codes and such. I hope you understand that, even if it's only fifty cents' worth of difference, that's half an antidepressant, and that's not small change to me. This revenue stream may be drying up completely, I don't know, so I'm going to take what I can get, while I can get it.


    Witches' Mark
    , a paranormal romance, and one of the better things I've written. Witchcraft, pretty boys, and hot, hot sex. It also contains what could, if you were an asshat, be considered "rape for titillation" in the form of ravishment. Everyone had a good time, but still, I don't want my account fucking suspended, so down it comes until we get it taken care of. It's on Amazon, if you want to buy it there.


    Pride and Prostitutes
    , a Western with a steampunk feel to it. Like Zorro, with tits and mad science. Sargon wrote the lion's share of this one, and it is fucking awesome. This one has simulated incest ("Call me Daddy.") and a little light twincest. It's a negligible part of the plot, easy to overlook if it's not your thing, and it could be removed, and we are considering all those things, but I don't know how fast we will be able to put it back up. This will be your last chance to get it from Smashwords for a while. Also available on Amazon.


    Hour of the Gryphon
    , a fantasy novella about a young woman who joins the army as a man in order to serve her house and her general. The BDSM content is strong with this one. This one contains ravishment, coercion, BDSM (I said it twice so you get the idea), and the main characters are, like, cousins that have only met once, because that's what noble goddamn families are like. It's also available on Amazon.


    Wings
    , a contemporary erotica short story with a tattoo theme. This one won't be affected by the TOS changes in any way. Available at Amazon.


    The End of Memory
    , a dark and slightly erotic little tale originally penned for The Edge of Propinquity guest quarters. Again, not affected by the TOS. This one isn't on Amazon yet.

    I prefer sales through Smashwords because I get a larger cut, but I will take sales from anywhere. Reviews are really, really helpful, especially on Amazon.

    Note the first: Smashwords is not the villain in this. Until we see how they handle this, try not to blame them for this fuckery. It is Paypal's fault.

    Note the second: Paypal is evil and bad and ruined Christmas for orphans. Amazon is bad and evil and destroyed brick and mortar bookstores and censors search rankings and pulls books arbitrarily. I know this. Please don't link me to things explaining just how bad it is.

    Yes, buying through Smashwords will give Paypal more money. Yes, buying through Amazon will give Amazon more money. Personally, I would love to stop using Paypal/Amazon altogether, but I don't have a choice about using Paypal to take payments from Smashwords or Etsy. I need the storefront and publicity and order-tracking services that these sites provide. I literally cannot do it all myself. I need the income from Etsy and Smashwords, and from Paypal donations and subscriptions to Adventurotica.com. I don't just mean "need it a little bit." I mean this is what we are eating with, heating our house with, buying meds with.

    I realize youall are a principled bunch, and you know I fully support that and laud that, but I am too poor to afford principles in this, and I am not alone in being pretty reliant upon things I'd rather not rely upon. So I'd appreciate it if you wouldn't say "Just stop using Paypal/Smashwords/Amazon." That is not an option.

    I'd also appreciate it if you didn't stop supporting me, or other independent authors and writers who are way more likely to need the two bucks than Paypal/Smashwords/Amazon will be to miss it. That will buy a couple of my pills, which helps me immediately. Taking it away from Paypal won't make a difference to them in the short term. I'll move to something better when I can, but that takes money and resources -- both physical and emotional -- to do. Right now I can't afford to go to the fucking doctor, let alone set up an online storefront and dedicated website, and do all the managing that comes with that. I need to be working, not administering.

    Note the third: Now? Now would be a freaking fantastic time for you to subscribe to Adventurotica. Shit doesn't get censored there. Please, please consider it, and if you know anyone who likes genre fiction and erotica, maybe point them our way?

    Please keep your fingers crossed for us. We didn't need this roadblock.
    naamah_darling: The right-side canines of a wolf's skull; the upper canine is made of gold. (Default)
    Heyyy! What's this? Two 99 cent shorts up on Smashwords!

    It's October, heading straight into the creepy part of the year. If you're feeling the need for a really, really good horror story, I have exactly what you need!

    Cold Lady


    Marooned in the ice after a mutiny, five military men are lost in the Hudson Bay sometime before the American Revolution. With few supplies and less hope, they intend to struggle overland through the bitter winter to safety. They think they are alone in this silent winter wilderness. They are not. Something is here. Something has always been here. Something awful and ancient and hungry. It has waited through endless cold years for them, and now it will hunt them down.

    Contains graphic violence and gore. You are warned not to read it alone. Not kidding.


    A laudatory quote from a friend: "Thanks. Thanks A LOT."

    And yes, it's bloody, but it's not a splatter story. It . . . works on the mind. Best not to read at night, or alone.

    And, because I have been meaning to link to it, here, have a short story I wrote!

    Y'all may have seen it over at The Edge of Propinquity back in 2006. I thought that October would be a good time to re-release this weird little tale.

    The End of Memory


    How close is close enough? Small talk over absinthe leads to midnight confessions and the intimacy that shared secrets bring; intimacy of the body, and of the mind. Lust and debauchery have their price, though. What would you give anything to remember? What would you give anything to forget?


    You will note that you can read it for free at the link above, but I would appreciate it if you'd throw the dollar my way.

    And yeah, I did the covers. Cold Lady is from Sargon's concept drawing. Memory is from the following Flickr members via Creative Commons:
    Figure: Mika Cerna
    Border: Theresa Thompson
    Absinthe: IntangibleArts

    Show some love!
    naamah_darling: The right-side canines of a wolf's skull; the upper canine is made of gold. (Default)
    Something I can't figure out.

    When publishing for the Kindle via Amazon's incredibly shittily-designed KDP, I can list a title under a completely made-up name.

    Is there anything that connects books I have published under a completely different name to my real name, and vice-versa? Like, on the Adventurotica account on Smashwords, you can see everything we have published, no matter what name it was under, thus creating a link between everything we publish and our real names.

    I ask because I have a large, large amount of complete crap porn I wrote ages ago, and I might as well get something out of it, but I don't want it connected to my real name in any way because frankly, it's horrible and embarrassing and some of it is frankly pretty offensive (don't judge, I was doing it because I had to eat and pay for meds, and that's why I am doing it again). I don't want to have to open up a different account or something. I just want to throw that crap up there and see if I can make a few bucks off it, 'cause we're kind of hurting for cash.

    Any insight?
    naamah_darling: The right-side canines of a wolf's skull; the upper canine is made of gold. (Kitten Fierce)
    It won't matter to anyone but hardcore Assassin's Creed fans, but I just got 100% sync for AC:Brotherhood. Like, the whole game. I beat it. All the missions, 100%, every flag and treasure chest and shop quest, everything.

    Holy shit, that is awesome. And it puts me in a good mood.

    In news that is likely to be more interesting to everyone, we are within spitting distance of 100 copies sold of Pride and Prostitutes. I would really like to make it to 100. I mean, really, 100 isn't even all that many. But I will still be proud to get there. Less than 20 copies. Can we do that? I think we can do that.

    It's downloadable in, like, eight different formats, so go for it!

    To make it even more fun, have some codes to get 25% off! These are good until Friday the 1st. Well, actually, to the 2nd, but it ends at an odd hour and who the hell knows what time zone y'all are in, so we'll call it the 1st.

    Pride and Prostitutes at Smashwords!

    Pride and Prostitutes coupon code: MG62X

    And don't forget, there's Hour of the Gryphon, which is also awesome:

    Hour of the Gryphon at Smashwords

    Hour of the Gryphon coupon code: RP53E

    And I tried to generate a coupon code for Wings, but it's so cheap already that it wouldn't let me. So, here, for 99 cents:

    Wings at Smashwords

    And I'd like to encourage everyone who downloads to leave reviews at Smashwords. It really helps boost confidence when a potential buyer sees something that's rated, let alone rated well. I can see the stats on how many people look at the book vs. how many people buy it. Right now, 54% of people who preview P&P buy it. That is actually pretty darn good, IMO, and I am sure the reviews that are there make a difference.

    Thank you to everyone who has already bought, read, reviewed. Thank you so much.

    Couldn't do this without you. Porn is, at its heart, exhibitionistic. It requires an audience. Thank y'all for being mine.
    naamah_darling: The right-side canines of a wolf's skull; the upper canine is made of gold. (Kitten Fierce)
    It won't matter to anyone but hardcore Assassin's Creed fans, but I just got 100% sync for AC:Brotherhood. Like, the whole game. I beat it. All the missions, 100%, every flag and treasure chest and shop quest, everything.

    Holy shit, that is awesome. And it puts me in a good mood.

    In news that is likely to be more interesting to everyone, we are within spitting distance of 100 copies sold of Pride and Prostitutes. I would really like to make it to 100. I mean, really, 100 isn't even all that many. But I will still be proud to get there. Less than 20 copies. Can we do that? I think we can do that.

    It's downloadable in, like, eight different formats, so go for it!

    To make it even more fun, have some codes to get 25% off! These are good until Friday the 1st. Well, actually, to the 2nd, but it ends at an odd hour and who the hell knows what time zone y'all are in, so we'll call it the 1st.

    Pride and Prostitutes at Smashwords!

    Pride and Prostitutes coupon code: MG62X

    And don't forget, there's Hour of the Gryphon, which is also awesome:

    Hour of the Gryphon at Smashwords

    Hour of the Gryphon coupon code: RP53E

    And I tried to generate a coupon code for Wings, but it's so cheap already that it wouldn't let me. So, here, for 99 cents:

    Wings at Smashwords

    And I'd like to encourage everyone who downloads to leave reviews at Smashwords. It really helps boost confidence when a potential buyer sees something that's rated, let alone rated well. I can see the stats on how many people look at the book vs. how many people buy it. Right now, 54% of people who preview P&P buy it. That is actually pretty darn good, IMO, and I am sure the reviews that are there make a difference.

    Thank you to everyone who has already bought, read, reviewed. Thank you so much.

    Couldn't do this without you. Porn is, at its heart, exhibitionistic. It requires an audience. Thank y'all for being mine.

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