Gay 1960’s Retro Romance: The Arrangement
The Arrangement is a long novella (over 32,000 words) that I released with Ravenous Romance in collaboration with another writer. When I asked Ravenous Romance if I could have the rights reverted back to me, they were nice enough to do that without hesitation. I wanted this book to be released on its own, for the duration of my lifetime. And the only way I know that I can do that is to indie publish it myself.
With that said, The Arrangement is a story about a young guy who moves to New York in the 1960’s and works in advertising. It’s the height of the advertising age. I don’t want to give any spoilers, however, I remained accurate to the times, especially when it comes to same sex relationships…and how hidden they were.
Here’s the blurb, and below that are links. It will be on Amazon and I’ll post that link as soon as it’s launched.
Toby also wasn’t expecting to fall in love with one of his boss’s young men either. With all the secrets Toby’s cheating boss is keeping from everyone, will Toby be able to live with the lies and infidelities for long? Or will Toby find the strength to stand up to his unholy boss and do the right thing for the young man he loves?
I will post more links as I get them. And if you do a search for this book on Allromanceebooks.com it’s going to be hit or miss. This is one of the reasons I’ve rarely linked to ARe in the past year or so.
Huge, Massive Penis Issues
Here’s a link below to a piece that talks about what happens when a guy has a penis that’s too big. It’s actually a humor piece, with photos.
11. When you’re sitting at the table and someone accidentally kicks you and they’re like, “Oh, sorry, did I just kick you? I thought that was the table,” and you have to explain that they actually kicked your penis and that it did hurt because it’s a penis.
You can read the rest of them here. Keep in mind, you need a really dry sense of humor for this one.
Jonah Falcon’s Giant Penis Again
Here’s another article about Jonah Falcon and his giant penis. This one is from Rolling Stone.
When Jonah Falcon was in fifth grade, his class was allowed to use the school swimming pool. Like many ten-year-olds, the boy was modest and decided to change into his swimsuit in a bathroom stall. Locker-room noises ricocheted outside as Jonah dropped his pants. Then, silence. At first, he wondered if everyone had run away.