Company Benefits is available for preorder and will hit the streets this Friday, 25-February-2022. For the first time, I’ve packaged both the electronic and paperback versions that will be released at the same time from Kinky Literature, Amazon Kindle, and SmashWords.
My love-hate relationship with QuarkXPress continued unabated but moderated at this point. I’ve successfully transitioned to the 2022 version of Quark, which appears to have solved all but a couple of items on my Bitch List.
I’ve currently published fourteen (14) of my stories in paperback form to date. So if you’re looking for something to do with your other hand, you can now hold one of my stories:
I’ve gotten the paperback publishing business down to an art now and can publish a previously written story in under two hours from start to finish.
|Crashing the Swinger’s Pajama Party||https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09RB5GDXD|
|Cuckold Club: First Date||https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09RFSPM5C|
|Cuckold Hotwife Stories||https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09RLSWCQV|
|Driving the Strippermobile||https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09RTYQP71|
|House Party 2||https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09QP9RZRV|
|House Party 3||https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09QP1YC6S|
|House Party 4||https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09R3DH849|
|In My Dreams||https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09NRF25XQ|
|Nina the Fallen Ballerina||https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09S61YV5S|
|Seduced by the Dark Side||https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09SBY5GGK|
|Stripper or Nurse?||https://www.amazon.com/dp/197903964X|
|Walk on the Wild Side||https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09SNKVGDF|
Now that SmashWords is being absorbed by Draft2Digital, I haven’t poked that bear yet but will probably start by publishing some of my paperbacks over at D2D. SmashWords was my first publishing house, and it’s been an interesting ten years. I’m sorry to see them go but hopeful that the transition doesn’t mean problems.
Not that I had a lot of free time before I started writing erotica, now I have even less, but I do enjoy putting pen to paper (figuratively) and working out my frustrations by pounding the keyboard. We’ve been vaxxed and boosted with the little microchip in our arms, yet 40-50% run around thinking this is all some kind of government plot.
Here’s the blurb on Company Benefits
Our hero, Reggie, finally makes salesman of the year. The promotion includes a new office on the top floor of his company office building. They manufacture heavy equipment, such as bulldozers and snowplows.
Off-limits to all worker bees, the top floor of their skyscraper is covered with thick carpet, glass-walled offices, and administrative assistants straight out of Penthouse. He discovers to his delight that executives are treated like royalty and afforded every perk desired.
Reggie’s only job is to sell heavy equipment, and assistants handle everything else. What Reggie didn’t realize was that his employer had a special department called “Triple S.” Triple S or Spousal Support Services’ job was to take care of the wives left alone as their jet-setting husbands roamed the world selling bulldozers.
The company knew that a happy wife means a happy life or, more correctly, a happy salesman who makes more money for the company.
Reggie boards the company jet to fly off to Buffalo and get their signature on a two hundred and fifty million dollar snowplow contract. At the same time, Triple S shows up at home to take care of his wife, Jane.
While he’s frolicking with the flight attendants, Jane is watching the tight buns of the pool boy servicing her while the pool girl explains all of the benefits she’ll be enjoying courtesy of her husband’s employer now that he’s an executive.
This light-hearted, sexually charged story is coming this Friday from the perverted keyboard of Larry Archer. As soon as he can get the stuck-together pages separated, he’ll kick it out the door through the usual distribution channels.
Congratulations on the new release – AND on all the print releases. I am in awe!
Smashwords isn’t going away. They’ve assured us of that. I’m happy to see heftier competition to the ‘Zon.
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I hope you are right about that. It was interesting that Coker didn’t get any money in the deal. We’ll just have to wait and see. Print sales are doing better than I had expected and about 15% of business this month so far. It is fairly easy once I got the bugs worked out.
“working out my frustrations by pounding the keyboard.”
Is that the new euphemism all the cool kids are using today? 😉
Congrats on writing “the end” on another book. looking forward to reading this.
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I certainly hope that everyone else is using the term! LOL Plus on top of everything else I’m breaking in a new computer and that’s always fun. Especially, since the software is so much smarter and more difficult to move from one machine to another.
Oh it can be fun just upgrading your HD.
I changed to a SSD drive on my mini tower, a few months ago, and am smacking the back of my head for not doing it sooner.
the cloning of the existing drive was a breeze, since he manufacturer, gave you Acronis to do it.
No, the problem was when I tried to use certain programs, they whined about not having a valid license.
Well I still have the documentation for them and was able to renter the license info.
talking to one of the software guys I work with, he said some programs use the HD ID rather than the MAC address to serialize your PC. bastages
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Mark, That’s the problem I have is that if replace the hard disk then it forgets all of the software codes you have entered. I’m switching to HP workstations with Xeon processors and it’s not a big deal as I can pull the Windows code off the existing hard drive and enter it manually. The issue I have with Acronis is that once you use it they won’t let you use it on a different computer as they consider that multiple use. Life is never easy. Since I’m starting with an empty machine with just the OS, then it’s not a big deal. PhotoShop is such a memory hog and will even borrow memory from the computer next to it. LOL I’m looking at adding 64 or 96 Gb of RAM to see if it makes and difference.