Most authors of ‘UA’ fiction do so to entertain their readers, or themselves, or both. Very few of us receive any payment of any kind. For the rest of us, it’s your feedback that keeps us going.
Each of my works has a feedback form at the bottom of the page. Love a story? Hate it? Meh? Take a moment and let me know—anonymously, if you wish.
New! Admiral’s Bits (updated 2019)
(FF, Mg, gsolo, cons)
Stories, scenes and ideas too short for their own pages.
(each ≤ 1,500 words)
New! Mating Dance (2019)
(Mg9, Mg12, Mgg, cons, illust, collab)
A tantrum leads to unexpected fun for two young dancers and one admiral.
“Best ever, especially with the artwork, I’m so hard!!” (3.472 words)
You Bet It’s Hallowe’en (2018)
A bet goes very, very wrong on Hallowe’en—or very, very right.
“Hot damn, that was a good one. Loved the backstory as to what started it all.” (1,548 words)
(MF, Mg8, cons)
Sometimes, unlocked doors make good neighbours.
“An awesome ending.” “Magical twist!!” (2,488 words)
Bonus scene! Hilo Blow (2018)
(Mb12g11, inc, cons)
A same-sex encounter in a bowling alley restroom leads to a close encounter of the trois kind.
“Damn, Carla is a predator. And that’s just the way I like ’em.” (4,049 words)
Nine for Eleven (2018)
(Mg11, hj, cons, cum, voy)
Sundays in the park will never be the same.
“A nearly perfect story.” (3,840 words)
(Mg+7–11, Mf13, cons, prost)
Visiting certain Asian countries can be very rewarding—if you know where to look.
“Man oh man, who couldn’t just pick Missy up and abscond with her?” (4,518 words)
Fire and Snow (2017)
(Mg11, Mf16, mc [gM], cons, future)
A girl tries her magic on the ship’s captain who rescued her. Will it work? And what lies ahead?
“Now that’s a movie I’d love to see.” (7,387 words)
Good Things Cum (2016)
(Mg10, Mf12, mf, cons, voy)
A young voyeur takes a chance with the man in the back apartment.
“The mix of lust and love and life is extremely well done.” (10,224 words)
A Letter from your Worst Nightmare (2001)
(Mg+, inc, cons, politics)
Who really is the bad guy, anyway? Part sex romp, part political rant, all magnum opus.
2002 Golden Clitorides Award nominee for Short Story of the Year (18,223 words)
Double Take (2000)
(MFgg12, inc, cons)
Twins separated at birth conspire to make theirs one family—one very happy family.
“Absolutely the best treatment of the separated twins idea I have ever read.” (15,198 words)
Bill’s Not-So-Secret Urge (1999)
(MM+, mb, cons, cum)
A happily married man enjoys a gay encounter—and a few memories.
“A very inspiring and hot story.” (6,252 words)
I’m Not a Little Girl Anymore! (1999)
(Mg12, inc, cons)
Dena shares her joyful experience with her dad on her birthday.
“One of the best I’ve ever read.” (4,699 words)