Sunday in Sin City

May is banging on our front door in Lost Wages. The temperature is starting to look like my Corvette’s tachometer when I stand on it. Starting out in the sixties, the temp will rapidly climb into the upper eighties by afternoon. Our price for eight months of mild weather is four months which would make Lucifer proud. It’s just about time to kick the A/C on and give the electric company their pound of flesh.

This is when sweating up the sheets is a reality, even with the ceiling fan on. I remember as a child sweating in bed, trying to sleep on a hot and muggy Texas night, and didn’t have another wet body to slide around on. We’ve always slept in the buff as it doesn’t make sense to have to get dressed to go to bed. Plus, it’s one less obstacle in the middle of the night when you’re getting lucky.

The good thing about hot Vegas nights is that it encourages the girls to shed their clothes. Skin is always in fashion on the Strip, and people-watching is one of our favorite activities. Foxy makes sure that I don’t miss a hottie walking down Las Vegas Boulevard. It’s hard for her to bitch as her tongue is usually hanging out also!

My good friend and fellow erotic author, Lisabet Sari, is having her Charity Sunday, which supports a different good deed on Sundays. This edition focuses on the Mountain Lion Foundation, which helps to ensure the survival of American mountain lions (cougars, pumas or panthers).

Read her blog post by clicking on this link. If you leave a comment, then she’ll donate two bucks for every comment to the Mountain Lion Foundation. Plus, you’ll get entered to win a copy of Lisabet’s book, Hot Spell.

For me, it’s doubly meaningful as my PC’s desktop image is a photo of Foxy buck naked with a baby cougar. To be honest, she was not quite buck naked as she had a thong and thigh-high socks on, but close. I have dual 32-Inch monitors, and if you size the image properly, it will stretch across both monitors. Being that she’s pushing six-foot, not counting the big hair, it is virtually a full-size image. When you take a screenshot, the resultant image is one large photo of the two monitors joined together.

The baby cougar is courtesy of a lifestyle couple we know who raise exotic animals that they have rescued when the mother has died or been separated. Right now, it’s a cuddly big cat, but later will be reintroduced into the wild.

I’m currently working on The Shrink, Groomed to be a Hotwife, and another as yet unnamed smut story. The link above gives some more on The Shrink. Groomed to be a Hotwife is my first attempt at writing on Medium is a blog site for people to post primarily short stories. If you’re interested click this link to subscribe.

Like Don Quixote, I’m always in search of a new windmill to do battle with, and my latest is FrameMaker. A while back, I started publishing my erotic romance stories in paperback format in addition to electronic ones and have been surprised at the result. Initially, I didn’t believe that paperback erotica would sell, but apparently, people need to hold something while they abuse themselves. In April, my Amazon paperbacks were 13% of my Amazon volume. This number varies between 10-30% on average, and I’m thankful that my readers enjoy paperbacks also.

FrameMaker is a specialized desktop publishing platform for creating large manuals. I’ve used QuarkXPress for years, and it’s been a love-hate relationship for me. Now I feel that FrameMaker will be the domineering bitch that enjoys grinding her spike-high heel into my back.

Unlike James Patterson, I don’t make a hundred million a year writing stories and am an engineer during the day to keep my wife in shoes. I’ve been working on an engineering textbook, and Quark has not fit the bill for my writing style. FrameMaker has been around forever and is specifically designed to assemble large technical manuals.

So far, it’s been a head-banging experience, but yesterday, things seemed to be coming together. With Quark, it was a pretty much one-way street. After pouring the text into a “book,” it was difficult to add stuff to it. With FrameMaker, I can insert a document into the book, and it remains a linked entity. This means that I can change the original source file, and FrameMaker will automatically update the product with the updated input file.

More to come on climbing the FrameMaker hill!

I’m Larry Archer, and I write erotic stories for the huddled and yearning masses. Foxy and I are swingers in real life. I write about the things we do and see, especially swingers, unicorns, Hotwives, and cuckolds. While the Lifestyle is not for everyone, it’s been fun for us. My smut is explicit and hardcore but with a somewhat plot. Larry Archer’s porn stories are generally positive and fun, as this reflects how enjoyable swinging has been to us. If you’re interested in checking out my stories, I publish at all the typical outlets.

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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 Sunday in Sin City

  1. kdaddy23 says:

    Engineers… go figure. Seems like if you guys don’t have problems to solve, you go looking for them!

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  2. Hello, Larry,

    Thanks for the shout out! I saw your comment about the cougar on my post… I hope that people will slide over to your blog and admire the pussy cat. Or cats…!

    I’ve been sleeping naked for fifty years, at least. Even in New England in the winter! (Though we did have a heated water bed.)

    Stay cool!

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  3. lisabetsarai says:

    We ditched ours when we moved to the tropics twenty years ago. I don’t know if they’re still available.

    Very practical for chilly climates, though!


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