Jan 222020
 

I stopped in mid-thrust. Fucktoy whimpered beneath me. The hood prevented her from seeing my face. She almost spoke but she knew better.

My cock throbbed inside Fucktoy. Her pussy clenched in response.

I grabbed her throat. A smile spread across her lipstick-smeared lips. I squeezed and she gasped.

Fucktoy locked her legs around me. Her hips moved. Side to side, up and down, round and round with my cock trapped inside her sex.

I didn’t move. My body was a statute. Fucktoy humped me like a wild animal. It was a wonder my dick didn’t break off inside of her.

All the while, my fingers closed tighter around Fucktoy’s throat.

A gasp came from her lips. Fucktoy pulled hard on the chains securing her wrists to the headboard. Her mouth widened as she tried to suck in air.

But her hips kept fucking me so I kept squeezing.

The sound of our fucking filled the room. Fucktoy’s breasts shook and jiggled. My own hips began to bruise from the violent impacts.

And I kept squeezing.

Finally, Fucktoy’s hips stopped. I released her throat. As she sucked in huge gulps of air, I pounded her pussy with hard swift thrusts.

Dec 242019
 

WARNING! ALL THE SPOILERS!

I remember when the title for the next Star Wars movie came out. It was going to be “The Rise of the Skywalker” and that confused people. Luke was dead. Kylo was a Skywalker but also a bad guy, so was this going to be his triumph? Was it a reference to Rey? Now that the Jedi were ‘gone’ did that mean that heroes will now be called “Skywalker”? That would be neat.

The anwser is much simpler than that. The title is just a cool name. Rey calls herself Skywalker because they are her adopted family. Aww.

I was reminded of this partway through the final battle. See, the Emperor reveals he has like, a million shadowy guys in the shadows that are maybe ghosts, or cultists, or something else. He then tells Rey that she can kill him and he’ll possess her body and live on. But then Ben shows up so the bad guy drains their love maybe? Then he uses that power to zap thousands of ships in the sky without hitting any of his thousands of ships.

That was when it hit me: Stars Wars could be the sugar-high babbling of an eight year old playing with his toys. It is pretty indistinguishable. All of the theories that fans work on, all the clues they look for and all the damn arguing about where the story is going is meaningless. Star Wars is about gibberish. It is about inventing new powers to get that bigger explosion.

And that’s okay. Big sprawling epics scratch a certain itch. It is Star Wars, where logic hasn’t been a big part of any movie. I love Flash Gordon, and let me tell you, that universe might be even dumber

But what gets me is that Rian Johnson aspired to be something more with “The Last Jedi”. That movie introduced the idea of people growing out of the roles that begun with. It argued that you didn’t need to come from a special family or background to be special. It said that reckless heroes often get folks killed. It argued, over and over again, that life does not play out the way you expect it to just because it is like some story. It took the myth of Star Wars and said you got to forge your own way.

“Rise of the Skywalker” is a clear course correction away from those ideas. It turns out that yeah, you do need to have a special person in your gene line to be special. Turning Rey into Palpatine’s granddaughter reminds me of those idiots who insisted that Francis Bacon wrote Shakespeare’s plays. They just can’t accept that someone can do something remarkable from their own hard work or innate talents. There has to be a secret advantage. If there isn’t, than ANYONE can be great, and then what excuse do you have for being normal?

Other truths from “the Last Jedi” get obliterated in order to return to the myths of the first movies. It turns out, being reckless saves the day after all! The mature hero has regressed back into his old role of smiling hero. That Rose character the misogynists hated? Don’t worry, they sidelined her and gave Finn a new girlfriend who is black like him.

Eww.

I shouldn’t be surprised. Star Wars is not a piece of art, it is a blueprint for toys and movies. Star Wars movies are for kids. They are for adults who want to be reminded of the things they liked as kids. They are for that certain kind of fan who wants a story told about rebels and an empire told a certain way. Stars Wars is here to tell them that story, and will tell it to them again in a few years with new characters, new special effects, but don’t worry, nothing will really change. A lot of people like that.

I just don’t think those movies are for me anymore.

But I tell you, that Baby Yoda show is awesome.

Apr 052019
 

Railroad Ink is a game for one to seven players. Each player gets a blank board and a dry-erase marker. Someone rolls dice, and the dice have different railroad tracks and highway shapes on them. The players have to draw on their map, using only what is on the dice. Their goal is to create long stretches of roads and tracks that all link together, but when you can only use the shapes that have been rolled on the dice, your system will look like it has been designed by a very drunk architect. You play for seven rounds and then grade your map according to several criteria. The highest score wins.

That is the whole game. You roll dice and draw tracks and highways. if you play the blue box of Railroad Ink, you also draw lakes and rivers. If you play the red box, you draw volcanoes and meteors. You could probably play with both sets and draw a really weird map with rivers, highways, train tracks and volcanoes.

If you are talented, and use your own collection of markers like my wife, you might end up with a map like this.

I will never make a map this prett

What surprises me about Railroad Ink is how relaxing it is. There is something soothing about drawing, even if it is just little pieces of highway. The game can be challenging but never stressful. It gives me a similar satisfaction to what I get from coloring, but engages my brain just a little more.

Now, nothing in the rules says that when you roll the dice, you shout “ALL ABOARD!” but I think it helps. I also advise shouting “CHOO CHOO MOTHERFUCKER!” when you get a bad roll of the dice. The game is simple enough that you could play it while watching television, but to get the ultimate experience, I suggest putting this on your TV and letting it be your soundtrack.

Dec 262018
 

Oops, this should have been posted earlier but that is the holidays for you. It takes a lot of time just to get ready to take time off.

I will be traveling to the great city of Seattle this week and won’t be back until January 4th. The Vaquel story of the month will be late as I trashed my outline for the entire year of Vaquel stories in favor of something that will be fun. Regular blog posting might resume on the 10th? That sounds likely.

In the meantime, I hope you had a happy holiday season and wonderful start to your new year!

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Dec 122018
 

Sunstone is a comic book by Stjepan Šejić. It is about two women who come together to play BDSM games and end up falling hopelessly in love with each other, but have the hardest time expressing their feelings. It is lesbian kinky romance with side trips into hetero kink, but at the core is the very real and very vulnerable people that populate the story.

You know, I am burned out on BDSM romance but holy shit, am I hooked on this series. Part of the appeal is the truly gorgeous art. The other appeal is the super well-developed characters. Every person in this story has hopes, fears, traumas and quirks. Despite everyone looking like a pinup, they act like real people. This series doesn’t feel like BDSM porn, it feels like a real account of romance.

Speaking of porn, it is remarkable how there is little to no sex in this series. Characters get naked, and characters talk about sex and fantasies, but sex scenes are skipped over. It fits with the theme of the series, that all of the stories are told years later and therefore, the author can’t recount the blow-by-blow of what happens. It also keeps the focus on the story without sex scenes breaking up the flow of the plot.

This is the rare BDSM series where I feel like experienced people will enjoy it because it perfectly captures what it is like to be kinky and in love, and I feel like total newbies will also enjoy the series as it captures that euphoric new-kink energy that beginners have. I would also recommend it to vanilla people who just love a good romance story.

There are archives online of the series as well as hard copies you can purchase.

Oct 292018
 

Last week I finished the first draft of my Alien Sex Gladiator interactive novel. I started it in December, thinking it would only take until June to write it. At 559K words and 1776 pages later, I see I grossly underestimated how big this thing will be. Oops.

Did I mention that it is just a first draft? That means I need to edit the sucker. There is a saying that by the time you finish something, you get a lot better at doing it. That means you have a higher skill level than when you started, which means the early parts of the book probably need to be upgraded to the same quality as the rest of it.

This might be the biggest project I have worked on. I have been in the protagonist’s head for nearly a year. He is a simple brute with occasional random acts of empathy, but not many. He is a jock, which is something I never really relate to. It has been weird. He feels like a fictional cousin, someone I think I know well but is still an alien to me.

Editing is for next month. I have three days left of October and I am taking them for me. I am going to cram some spookiness before I have to go bck to the alien gladiator arena. To that end, I will watch the Witch, maybe the Craft and probably Sabrina. I need to walk in shadow and dance in moonlight before returning to the hot sands of the arena.

Oct 082018
 

RAINN (Rape, Assualt, Incest National Network) does a lot of good work and it is a good place to start if you need someone to talk to or resources to look up.

1in6 is a group dedicated to the issue of male victims of sexual assault.

Selhelpline is dedicated to victims in the military.

Remember that you are believed. You are loved. Remember that we will get through this.

 

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Sep 282018
 

I’ve been working on formatting my book, Pusse’ and Cox, for Kindle and it is taking longer than I expected. Documents from 2011 that were meant to be published in physical book has margins and indents that are completely unnecessary. Do not get me started on the fact that I was double spacing after every period. Ugh.

While I was there, I decided to give it another read and correct any typos. I haven’t really found any misspellings but Sweet Vincent Price, I have found plenty of bad sentences. They usually run along the lines of “She was running across the street.” Oh, you mean she ran across the street? What the fuck, Old Shon? Every paragraph has at least one of these offending sentences. I am sure there is a technical term for this but fuck if I know it. Maybe if I knew it, I wouldn’t be making these bad sentences.

The other problem I am running into is the fat jokes. Holy shit, I hate fat jokes and I can’t believe that I have so many. Too many non-important characters are overweight and meant to be a punchline. The term ‘fat’ is tossed around way too much as an insult. I know that when I was writing the story, I was trying to emulate the coarseness of a grindhouse movie but that doesn’t excuse being an asshole about weight jokes. Cripes.

I would like to personally apologize to any reader that bought this book and read these offensive “jokes”. All I can say is that I know better now and am working my ass off to delete them and replace them with something that is actually funny or pertinent to the story.

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Sep 262018
 

All Systems Red by Martha Wells is the first book in the Murderbot diaries. Murderbot is a security unit who tells you in the first sentence that she hacked the governor system that controls her and prevents her from killing everyone. Mostly she did this so she could watch entertainment media but she also did it because the company that owns her makes a lot of incompetent decisions and she doesn’t trust them.

What is Murderbot exactly? It is a combination of cloned human flesh and mechanical parts. Technically, it is a very enhanced human with no sex drive, built-in weapons and free will as long as its governor remains inactive. It has no wish to be human as it finds most humans to be annoying. It doesn’t have much curiosity about humans because entertainment media is far more interesting.

Murderbot’s lack of interest in humanity is pretty refreshing in science-fiction. This isn’t Data or Pinocchio. Murderbot does have emotions, but they are mostly fear of socializing, a desire to be left alone and a severe craving for the stories of its favorite media, Sanctuary Moon. It enjoys security work, and prefers to keep its humans alive, but that doesn’t mean it is attached to them.  Quite honestly, Murderbot often tunes humans out so it can get back to watching shows.

In the first book, Murderbot is rented by a bunch of scientists who are surveying a planet. Mysterious things happen that threaten the lives of the humans and Murderbot does its best to protect them. The mystery is interesting and there is plenty of action. You will really feel for this deadly killing machine. I laughed out loud a bunch of times while being on the edge of my seat when Murderbot was in danger.

Let me put it this way. I downloaded a bunch of books for my flight to Orlando last week and this book was one of them. I had seven more books to read after this one, but when I finished it, I logged onto the airplane wifi just to purchase the next book. I finished the second book before the flight was over.

So yeah, I like the series a lot.

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Sep 122018
 

I’m not sure why I didn’t see the Purge when it came out on 2013. Maybe the trailers made it look like another Killers-With-Bad-Masks movie, which is a sticking point for me that I should discuss some other time. My wife watched it and she liked it and I remember seeing the second Purge movie with her and being entertained. Now that there is a Purge series on USA that I am enjoying, I decided to go give the first movie a try.

The Purge, for those who don’t know, is set in the near-future where a new political party has decided to solve the slow economy, high crime and anything else they can blame by having a special night where all crimes are legal. Police and first response services are suspended so people can murder the hell out of each other. They aren’t allowed to kill government officials, which should be a big tell, but you can go ahead and kill just about anything else.

You know, four years ago, this sounded really silly but now in the era of MAGA and conservatives gleefully justifying locking kids in cages, this feels damn accurate.

The movie centers on a welthy upper-middle class family. There is the dad who sells security systems to the other neighbors and has become quite rich. There is his loving wife, their surly teenage daughter who is mad that they won’t let her date her 18-year old boyfriend and the depressed tween boy who thinks the Purge is creepy and isolates himself by playing with a remote-control robot.

Purge night comes and we see how the media joyfully reports on it, much like they joyfully report almost any great tragedy. We get talking heads who explain the Purge is a healthy thing for letting people blow off steam and we get grim warnings that the country was in such a bad state before the Purge and we can’t ever go back to it.

A black man comes running up the house begging for safety and the parents ignore him. The boy lets him in and a few minutes later, a bunch of killers show up. The killers brag that they are the upper class and killing that homeless guy is their right and damn it, they want their prey back. They are more than willing to kill the family to get to their prey.

Again, this feels really topical. The Purge is just open class warfare. The wealthy can afford protection and weapons and the poor can’t. The killers are the 1% and they wanted to kill some poor people but they will kill some less-rich-than-them as well. Terrible violence is constantly justified and called “American” just like 2nd Amendment nuts always do. We even got good old-fashioned racism with the homeless guy being black.

It is a tight movie and I don’t want to give it away. There are some plot twists but the one I was expecting, that maybe the homeless guy was some sort of bait for a trap, never happens. That is a wise move as if the homeless guy was evil, it would carry the terrible message that the Purge might be right.

Like I said, it is a tight movie with some good action and a family that comes to grip with their own morality. I liked it a lot and I feel like this might be the most American horror movie you could make. We don’t need vampires or zombies, our own society and the people in it as the greatest threat.

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