““You know, I rarely ask for anything although I do a lot of favors—and God knows, I’m never going to fit in one of those size-four dresses they put you in—but why can’t you be kind to the shoes?” I looked down at what was remaining of the Prada shoes and felt a bit guilty.” (p. 2) Kindle Edition Continue reading
“Luckily, he was already so lithe and feminine in stature…”
– Hubby to Hussy: Pegging my Cross-dressing Husband (Locations 118-119)
I am interested to see how an author approached this sort of genre without bad language and violence, while ensuring that the story remains intriguing.
“The pteromantyl was about four feet long with large bat-like wings and olive green skin. Its legs were bird like, bending backwards at the knees. Its arms, torso and face were like a human’s, but with a beak for a nose and its head was pointed in the back with horse-like ears. It looked half human and half pterodactyl.”
– Pteromantyls (Locations 235-238) Continue reading
“No one ever said that the life of a fairy pixie mushroom farmer and unicorn rancher would be an easy one. And I should know. Because I am a fairy pixie mushroom farmer and unicorn rancher. And my life isn’t easy.” (Kindle Locations 20-21) Continue reading