Fangsters Book 2: Gang Bang Fangsters
Here’s a new release in the Fangsters series I started working on with the publisher, Riverdale Ave. Books, when they first launched. It’s LGBT+ vampire erotic romance and has 70,000 words.
As you can see from the subtitle, there will be sex in the book.
And plenty of it.
Rough and dirty sometimes…NSFW. Real sex with real men.
With no apologies.
I didn’t hold back with this one. Just as I removed the sex scenes from Meadows Are Not Forever because sex scenes didn’t work in that book, I added more than a few sex scenes to this Fangsters book because I thought they worked in the book and with the story line.
I’ll post links below as they come in, and here’s the blurb.
In this riveting sequel to Fangsters: Clan of the Jersey Boys, Anton and Digger find themselves in a dangerous situation. After they turn their beloved Leo in haste, his transition doesn’t go as planned and he’s left with an intense side effect. Leo can’t get enough passion, sex, or men. He’s an over-sexed gay vampire so completely out of control they consider locking him up in a chained coffin for eternity.
While Anton and Digger search for a solution to Leo’s problem, they continue to pursue a peaceful arrangement with the vampire clan in Atlantic City that once tried to kill them. The goal is to avoid a war between the two New Jersey clans, and with the help of a brand new character named Kane who steals Anton’s heart the instant he meets him, their goal is to accomplish a temporary agreement.
However, in spite of gay orgies and gang bangs, there doesn’t seem to be any hope for hypersexual Leo. And when this new character offers them a choice that could change all of them forever, even Digger can’t resist the delicious temptation. Will the threats they face as vampires ruin their chances for a happy ending? But more important, will Anton find the emotional strength to do the right thing for his lovers and his clan?
Here’s the Amazon link…
Gus Kenworthy Is Gay
I honestly didn’t know who Gus Kenworthy was until last night, but he’s making headlines because he recently came out as gay. And he seems like a really nice guy.
Gus Kenworthy, an Olympic freeskiing champion who garnered worldwide attention when he helped find homes for five stray dogs while competing in the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, reveals in a new ESPN magazine profile that he’s gay.
“I never got to be proud of what I did in Sochi because I felt so horrible about what I didn’t do,” Gus told the magazine. “I didn’t want to come out as the silver medalist from Sochi. I wanted to come out as the best freeskier in the world.”
If you read between the lines it doesn’t sound as if he’s had an easy time of it. And I think everything he says is something all gay men think and feel in their own lives before they come out.
And, he’s adorable and a hero, too. He could be a character in Fangsters Book 2.
Surviving Horrific Gay Exorcism
Here’s a story I’ve been following all week. It’s about gay exorcism, and how this guy survived it.
“It’s not like The Exorcist,” Sanders said. “It’s not like what you see on TV, but a very intense time of prayer, holy water, a dark room with candles.”
“It’s traumatic,” he continued. “For me, I experienced religious trauma syndrome … it’s similar to PTSD, so there’s triggers that I would have.”
There’s a gay movie on Netflix I just saw, and posted about, titled Blackbird. I highly recommend seeing this because there is a gay exorcism in the film. It’s painful to watch.
In any event, you can read the rest here. This really is one of the most horrific things that can ever be done to a gay person.