Another Day in Paradise

As spring arrives in Las Vegas, along with income tax and pollen, count your blessings. As my Mom always says, “It’s better to be pulling up weeds than pushing them up.” As we shake off the doldrums of a rough winter where it almost froze a couple of times, and we’ve had possibly a half-inch of rain in the last four months. Today is Friday as the locals brace themselves for another onslaught of tourists for the next couple of days. All I can say is bring money and beware of the tall big-haired brunette waiting to put her hand in your wallet as you were hoping it would go somewhere else!

Foxy is a serious Texas Hold-‘Em player intent on keeping her diamond tier status at the strip casinos even after the ravages of COVID closed up everything. Sin City is starting to finally open up as we await the arrival of the BA.2 variant. Casinos away from the Strip are known as “locals” casinos and cater to the normal work-a-day crowd, not the frenzied out of towners who hope to smash two weeks of vacation into a single weekend.

But we do love you when you wave your unmelted credit card at all our cashiers. Speaking of money, the Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) is out of sight this year, with price increases everywhere. McDonalds is reporting a 7% year-over-year loss which is hard to believe if you’ve ever gotten stuck in the drive-through lane to get a cup of coffee.

Prices at some restaurants are up fifty percent from pre-COVID. Where are the $2.99 steak and eggs of my youth? Virtually all the buffets are still closed for those of you who like to graze. We always liked the hotel breakfast buffets after a house party. For a reasonable price, we could spend the morning talking with fellow perverts about last night’s activities without being thrown out by management for taking up table space and being inappropriately dressed.

I’ve pulled my House Party series out of Amazon Kindle Unlimited (KU) and published it wide at Kinky Literature, SmashWords, Apple iBooks, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and SCRIBD. There are currently four books in the series, and House Party 2 will be released later this month, with the rest following sequentially.

When you self-publish, there is Amazon and everyone else. Unfortunately, KU doesn’t allow you to publish with anyone else, so you have to decide what market you want to try. I’ve been happy with KU, but that keeps the story out of Apple iBooks where a lot of my sales come from. The House Party series is also available in paperback for those who like to hold something while reading.

House Party is available at the following links:

Kinky Literature – http://www.kinkyliterature.com/book/4593-house-party/

SmashWords – https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/1138338

Apple – https://books.apple.com/us/book/x/id1616017151

Barnes & Noble – https://www.barnesandnoble.com/s/2940165819155

Gardners – https://www.gardners.com/Search/KeywordAnonymous/eBook?Keyword=9781005762247

Kobo – https://store.kobobooks.com/en-us/Search?Query=9781005762247

SCRIBD – https://www.scribd.com/search?query=9781005762247&language=0

About LarryArcher

Larry Archer's the name, smut's my game. I am a writer of erotic literature that's generally always HEA (Happily Ever After), which typically involves no regrets sex. I write in a humorous style with a plot and suitable for reading with one hand. My stories are full of sexual situations that are often taken straight from our swinger lifestyle in Las Vegas. If you want to enjoy erotica, where every page is dripping with action, give me a try.
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5 Responses to Another Day in Paradise

  1. Mark K says:

    “a rough winter where it almost froze a couple of times”

    Oh the horror!

    We had a few bits of sub zero temps this past winter. Had to force the dog to go outside those mornings.

    And before you say, “yeah but we get the heat”, just recall that the Connecticut river valley is where some of the premier cigar leaf tobacco is grown, so that means hot summers, and it ain’t a dry heat.

    We normally get a few weeks of +95 degrees/+95% RH during the summer, not quite Houston weather, but not that far off.

    If you ever come across the movie “Parrish” (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0055279/) you can see what my area is like, or what it was like in 1961. It was filmed no more than 10 miles from my house.

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    • LarryArcher says:

      LOL yeah, you got me there. Houston weather is something I don’t miss either. All in all our weather is not bad here and the people here have no idea what rain is really like. You could take your windshield wipers off and never notice it. We have four months of hot weather and eight months of nice weather. Our gas is not quite as bad as California and the average home price of $460K is starting to hurt. Other than that I can’t complain.

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  2. My heart bleeds for you, Larry (haha!) No, seriously, I’m glad that you’re getting back into circulation a bit.

    And Mark, I lived in the Pioneer Valley for more than two decades before moving to Southeast Asia. Gorgeous, but thinking back, hard work dealing with the climate changes. But oh, that local sweet corn! And the tomatoes!

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    • LarryArcher says:

      It’s strange but COVID even when you haven’t caught it has seriously screwed things up. For some reason, things seem hard to accomplish nowadays. It’s almost like they took 15 minutes out of every hour and threw them away. I’ve noticed that people you interact with now seem to be slow and confused. Part of the problem may be that with the lockdown, people left their normal jobs, and now a big percentage of workers are not fully trained in their positions.

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    • Mark K says:

      Don’t forget the seafood or strawberries.

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