"Insufficient Mating Material" is a finalist in the Anne-Bonney Readers' Choice awards in the "Most Humorous" category.
I think my favorite funny scene is the canderu-inspired scene where Djetth (hero) overhears two former lovers --one a courtesan, the other a princess-- comparing notes, and he realizes that he has to introduce his penis and his unique tattoo into the conversation, and convince both ladies that all human males have penile decorations and that his isn't unique at all. So he pretends that a fish has bitten him.
I am over the moon about this!
How Good is Good Enough? - Bear with me while I work out some doubts. Last month I published GRANDMA?, a YA comedy horror novel I wrote with my nineteen year old son, Talon. A lot o...
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