The Amateur's Guide to Death and Dying: Enhancing the End of
by Richard Wagner, Ph.D, ACS
Paperback: 352 pages
Thousands of people will receive a devastating medical diagnosis this year. And
for most, what follows is a nightmare of anger, shame, loneliness and passivity.
Instead of being encouraged to take a lead role in orchestrating their finales,
they are expected to wait patiently for the curtain to fall. The Amateur’s Guide
is on the cutting edge of death and dying work. It provides an opportunity to
break free from the painful silence our culture imposes on death talk. Whether
filling out a durable power of attorney form, completing a death anxiety survey
or personally designing a unique end-of-life plan, you will be totally involved
and engaged. This unique seminar/support group format exposes you to a myriad of
life situations and moral dilemmas that arise as one faces his/her mortality
head on. Learn from and with people just like you. Ten diverse fictional
characters provide essential role models for enhancing life near death.
Additionally, six presenters, experts in their field, offer timely advice to
help make the end of life less intimidating and more of a rich, poignant
transition. This is about achieving a good and wise death in the context of real
dying, with all its unpredictability, disfigurement, pain, and sorrow. This
workbook is primarily for those currently facing their mortality. But concerned
family and friends, healing and helping professionals, lawyers, clergy,
teachers, students, and those grieving a death will all benefit from joining in.
Because, as we all know, none of us is getting out of here alive.
by Christopher Trevor
Paperback: 168 pages
Within the pages of this, the latest BIZARRE, and in this we mean BIZARRE in a
good way, book of erotic stories by fetish author Christopher Trevor you will
find still more of the author's hottest tales to date...br /> The book
starts out with one of the hottest things the author himself is drawn to, a man
in uniform, or in this case, a man out of uniform, namely a studly overly macho
marine named Dale, who after a night out with a few of his civilian buddies is
out for breakfast in a family oriented diner and finds himself to be the main
course for four truckers, as Dale unwittingly meets them in the story "An
Officer But Not A Gentleman."
John Robinson, another of the author's recurring characters, this one a
handsome suited captive executive, graces us once more with his presence and
another bizarre encounter in his hotel suite in "Another Excerpt from John's
The biggest escape for Mr. Trevor in this book of erotic tales comes in
the form of "Danny's Examination" wherein a young muscle boy jock headed for
college and big dreams of football stardom winds up experiencing one of the most
bizarre medical exams in history.
A Really Good Friend
by Bill Smith
Paperback: 143 pages
“There is nothing more cherished, more valued, more worthwhile than a really good
friend.” I had read this sage statement as a child back in the first decade of
the 21st century and for some reason had never forgotten it. had never forgotten
But little did I know my later experiences would prove over and over the
solid validity of the simple quotation written by some obscure author many
generations ago. Let me explain!
Few people can say they had a really good friend – the friend that is
better than any family – and fewer yet can have a bonded relationship with such
a friend over a lifetime. Yet I was one
of those fortunate few. Clark Romney was
better than any brother, wiser than any father, more sharing and compassionate
than any saint, and who loved me enough to set me straight when I wandered into
fruitless enterprises. He kept me
motivated, alert, and hardworking when my natural tendencies led the other way;
he taught me what real love is made of; and he led me to a world of prosperity I
never knew existed. This tale is about
this great friend and all he did forme for the years.
Long Time Companion
by Hank Brooks
Paperback: 191 pages
Long Time Companion is a sweeping saga starting from the end of World War II to
beyond the present day. It is a tale of the lives and loves of two men over the
course of eight decades. The story is told in a series of flashbacks. An event
in the present triggers the memory of something in the past. Along the
way, we meet many colorful characters, who impact the lives of Adam and Evan.
Most of them are loving friends, and some not so much.
The reader will find that keeping up with their lives is a real page
Assimilation: Tales of transformation and surrender
Paperback: 206 pages
“Rubber moves through me until every cell is coated, every nerve insulated;
every part of me rubberised and assimilated. The process is slow, purposeful,
unrelenting, and irreversible - and it feels like slowly drowning in a rising
black tide of ecstasy.”
These stories weave tales of delicious perversity, unrelenting
transformations, heady submission, and willingly given surrender. They speak of
masculinity and hunger - of bondage, hypnosis, pup-play and water-sports... They
tell of men released from their limitations to test and push and explore at the
very limits of experience and play - and all are wrapped within a seductively
hypnotic skin of rubber and leather...
Sweetmeats: Children aren't born with
prejudice, they get it from adults.
by Lew Bull
Paperback: 178 pages
Sweetmeatsing-out romance set in a country filled with gender and racial
discrimination. It is the story of a young Indian boy, Raj, who finds himself in
love with a White boy in a society that discourages such behavior. The novel is
filled with humor, pathos and unconditional love seen through Raj's eyes and
guided by his favourite aunt who advises him that, “So long as you have love in
your life, you’ll be happy, and if you don’t, then you must at least have hope,
because without hope, you are dead.”r /> Just as sweetmeats, the title of
this novel, are small, colourful cakes, each with a different flavour and
texture, so the characters in the novel make up the colourful and richly
textured people of Raj's community. For anyone who has ever been discriminated
against, this is a must read book.
Thirteen Tales of Textural Arousal Vol.
by Robin Anderson
Paperback: 161 pages
To create ROBIN ANDERSON’S perfect pot-pourri of mischief,
murder, mystery, the macabre and more take one kilt, one Zhivago, a Siamese cat,
a taxi, a cough, a pencil, a portrait, a mouse trap, a wannabe chef,
cobblestones, a rattan screen, dentures and a sprinkling of nursery rhymes;
blend well and indulge yourself with the THIRTEEN aphrodisiacal flavours!
(13) A Fetishist's Dozen
by Christopher Trevor
Paperback: 271 pages
Welcome to the first "Christopher Trevor" anthology. For many people out there
the number "13" is seen as unlucky. In my case the number "13" has always been
just the reverse, in that it is a very lucky number.
With my lucky number in mind and after having more than 30 books of erotic
fiction published I felt it was time for a luck-filled anthology. And what could
be better than paying homage to the lucky number "13."
In these pages I have chosen 10 stories that I had a tantalizing time
writing and I have added 3 new ones as well, offering you "13, A Fetishists
Bondage, Man to Man Discipline, Kinky Wagers, and of course foot fetish and
tickle stories abound in this collection...
My, What Ticklish Feet You Have
by James T. Medak
Paperback: 172 pages
These boys don't even know how much they're being lusted after.
You know the type: the young fresh-out-of-college frat boys walking around
your town in jeans and flip-flops, so casual to the world but so unknowingly
fantasized about by people like us. Their toes are begging to be sucked on,
their bare soles dying to be licked. Unfortunately, these boys don't even know
how much pleasure shoot through them through the simple act of foot worship,
which means it's up to us to show them the way...
Having written HOW TO BE A TICKLE SLAVE – hailed as an "instant
classic" by The Big Tickle Blog – James T. Medak returns for a whole new set of
wildly erotic stories about young men with ticklish bodies who are kidnapped,
tied up, worshipped and tormented to the point where they can't take it anymore
– in more ways than one. For those who think that ticklish young men must be
tickled no matter who they are or what they're doing, then consider MY, WHAT
TICKLISH FEET YOU HAVE your ticket into a whole new world of devious
a baby in my bed!: Learning to live happily with the Adult Baby in your
by Rosalie Bent
Paperback: 219 pages
“There is nothing more cherished, more valued,
more worthwhile than a really good friend.” I had read this sage statement as a
child back in the first decade of the 21st century and for some reason had never
forgotten it. had never forgotten it.pan style="mso-spacerun:yes">
But little did I know my later experiences would prove over and over
the solid validity of the simple quotation written by some obscure author many
generations ago. Let me explain!
Few people can say they had a really good friend – the friend
that is better than any family – and fewer yet can have a bonded relationship
with such a friend over a lifetime. Yet I was one of those fortunate
few. Clark Romney was better than any
brother, wiser than any father, more sharing and compassionate than any saint,
and who loved me enough to set me straight when I wandered into fruitless
enterprises. He kept me motivated, alert,
and hardworking when my natural tendencies led the other way; he taught me what
real love is made of; and he led me to a world of prosperity I never knew
existed. This tale is about this great
friend and all he did forme for the years.