Site Update: 10 August 2019

For this week’s update I wrote two new chapters of “Touch”, both on the long side. (About 13k words total.) Hope you like.

Next update is 24 August. I’ve had reports of trouble voting using the star system, and I will get that sorted as soon as I can. There are a bunch of things I want to do to clean up and streamline the story pages, with the voting thing as a priority. You can still comment on stories you like, and the writers appreciate it.

Humble thanks to my Patreon supporters—I really appreciate everyone who gives my writing a boost that way no matter the level and helps me carve out time to do it.

That’s it for now. Thanks for visiting, and enjoy the site.

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Posted: 10 August 2019

Site Update: 27 July 2019

Hi folks! A long time ago I promised to continue “Hard to Hide”—you know, the one about the seminerdy Korean demo guy who finds a two-foot muscle dude in a drawer in a derelict motel. Such a tired trope, I know. I think the Avengers are using that plot in MCU phase 16. Anyway, when I vow to continue something I do sometimes deliver, honest to Pete, even if it’s years later and long after everyone’s given up on every trusting my promises ever again. So, here it is, parts 4 to 7 of “Hard to Hide”, hope you like. Now that I have a clearer picture of where this story is going I can definitely say that I’ll NOPE NOPE NOPE no promises! Maybe! That’s all I’ll say! I like the guys and I like the plotline so maybe! Case closed!

Ugh, I should wait until after I do the update to have that bottle of beer. So, that’s what’s going on. Next update is 10 August, and in the meantime, thanks for siting, and I hope you enjoy the visit. Or, yeah.

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Posted: 27 July 2019

Site Update: 13 July 2019

This week: a new chapter of “Flashmob”, plus a bumper crop of submissions from new and favorite authors alike.

Humble thanks to everyone who’s taken a moment to go and support me on Patreon. If you’re interested in commissioning a story from me, you can pledge at the commissioning level once and then drop down if you want after the first month.

Remember to upvote and comment on the stories you like, as it really helps the authors to know what we readers appreciation.

Next update: 27 July. This year is going quickly! The meantime, thanks for visiting and enjoy the site.

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Posted: 13 July 2019

Site Update: 29 June 2019

This week I have another Patreon-commissioned story, this time a couple of college guys who are in for an interesting summer after they find out they can stay in town and work for their cool boss at the pizza place instead of having to go home. Of course, something interesting starts happening as a result that they’re totally not expecting. I like these guys, and it was fun exploring their dynamic.

I also added something to the site this week. I’ve been feeling like the star ratings that get returned in the lists of stories and in the search results are only telling part of the story, and I’ve been wanting to try to visually indicate other factors, like view counts, as an additional point of information alongside title, description, author, and rating to help you find what you’re looking for. So this week I implemented two new sets of symbols: a medal next to the star rating for stories in the highest view count tiers out of all page views since 2010 (blue for top 100, red for top 200, gold for top 300), and a flame icon for stories with the highest view counts in the last 30 days. Hopefully this will add usefully to the information provided when you’re looking for stories, but let me know what you think.

The next update is 13 July. In the meantime, thanks for visiting, and enjoy the site.

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Posted: 29 June 2019

Site Update: 15 June 2019

The idea this week was to have a pile of very short stories from me, some in response to requests from my lovely Patreon supporters, and try to keep them all within 1,000 to 1,500 words. I… okay, I managed to get one to be that short. The other four are still a third to a half of my usual chapter lengths, so I did keep it tighter than normal this time.

Anyway it was tremendous fun writing scenes from five different scenarios and not having to worry about anything but just enjoying the transformations and interactions of the characters and their situations. It also meant I got to do a bunch of different kinds of changes this week, so maybe your favorite is in there somewhere.

That’s it. Next update is 29 June. Don’t forget to upvote and comment on the stories you like—our authors love the feedback, and good stories deserve the notice that votes, views, and comments get them. In the meantime, thanks for visiting, and enjoy the site.

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Posted: 15 June 2019

Site Update: 1 June 2019

Despite my Memorial Day being completely jammed and coming down sick the moment I came back home (I’m still not 100%), I did manage to start the little multilimb erotic mystery I’ve had brewing. This one even has a beginning, a middle, and an end already sketched out, which is pretty rare for me (read: unheard of)—though the characters are developing their own ideas of what they want to do as I write.

Look for this to be continued off and on over the next few updates, along with some other cool stuff I have lined up for June. I’m particularly interested in stories that connect with fiftieth-year Pride festivities for the update on the 29th. Doesn’t have to be about “Pride”, of course; being about “pride” would be cool too.

Next update: 15 June. In the meantime, thanks for visiting and enjoy the site.

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Posted: 1 June 2019

Site Update: 11 May 2019

I don’t usually come back to a story so soon, but this week I felt like writing more about Kev and Kellen, the brothers in “Touch”, so that was what I did. In fact I wrote two new chapters exploring the developing dynamic between them, which I hope you all enjoy.

Lots of other good stuff this week too, including the conclusion of the “Growth School” championship storyline.

The next update will be postponed for a week—the Memorial Day holiday is combining with some family stuff to make a 25 May update a no-go for me. So I’m scheduling the next update for the following Saturday, 1 June.

In the meantime, don’t forget to comment and upvote your favorite stories; the authors really appreciate it. Thanks for visiting and enjoy the site.

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Posted: 11 May 2019

Site Update: 27 April 2019

In a total coincidence, the climax of my Patreon-commissioned werebear story, “Love/Shift”, comes the same week as the culmination of the even more epic size-magic story “Public Relations”. Two climaxes for the price of—okay, anyway, you get the joke. Sorry. Hope you like.

Also this week: I started to write a vignette requested by another Patreon subscriber… only I got a little into it and it turned into a full story chapter instead. And even at a full chapter it doesn’t completely cover the subscriber’s whole scenario, which means I’ll definitely be returning to “Threefer” to take that story the rest of the way.

Lots more great stuff this week as well. My apologies for the one-day delay—don’t worry, it won’t be a think. Huge and humble thanks to my Patreon supporters, who make it possible for me to write as much as I do. I’m truly grateful!

Next update: 11 May. In the meantime, thanks for visiting and enjoy the site.

This week’s stuff:

  • Love/shift, Parts 10-11 by BRKDad Hair Grad Musc MGrow Grow Supn Tf Wbear  In the climax, Eamon works himself into a frenzy of anguish, forcing the Sheridans to confront the massive, enraged beast-man in the midst of the mountain creek under the full moon, just as Max had dreamt two weeks earlier. Everything rides on this moment, and the resolution isn’t solely in their hands.
  • Threefer by BRKCGrow NipC NipCum  His lover doesn’t seem to mind, but Quinn decides to try out some pills that are supposed to grow his dick anyway while Diego’s away. The fact that they work is less surprising than the two unexpected side-effects that soon develop.
  • Critical mass by TonnyGiantTaller Giant Musc MGrow PSD Grow Viol  A powerful new workout supplement has an immediate and spectacular effect on a family of bodybuilders—and soon on the rest of their sleepy town.
  • Dylan & Josh, Parts 4-6 by Alakazam1988Balls Cock HyCock  Josh is eager to see and appreciate Dylan’s massive wang—maybe a little too eager.
  • Empire, Part 38 by LenZeligAlien Beast Bi Bro CGrow Dad Taller Het Cock Mind Musc MGrow Nonc Self Share Grow Slave 2Gay Tksg Twins Series  A massive consolidation of the entire “Bill’s Education” universe, incorporating the previously separately posted “The Surfer”, “The Rescue”, “Spring Break”, “Pickup Trouble”, and “School Days”, “Empire” is the wide-ranging tale of easy transformation and even easier sex across all boundaries—friends, family members, genders, even species—as a fortunate crop of humans stumble into a wider universe of size, muscle, double-digit-length cocks and much, much more and discover the true meaning of shared, radical, uninhibited pleasure.
  • Orientation, Parts 1-4 by Cris KaneAgeUp MFSwap Musc MGrow MTheft 2Gay Tf  Freshman roommates are invited to a “welcome to college” party that loosens them up.
  • Public relations, Parts 17-18 by MaximilianCGrow Hair Taller Giant Cock HyCock Cum Musc MGrow Gut PSD Shr Grow Viol  In the climactic final chapters, Mahtab and her team must work together with Nate and Tyson against a magic-thieving warlock hungering to show his size and power to the world.
  • Skin tight, Parts 4-6 by Dream BigAI Musc MGrow  As Mark’s skin suit becomes smarter, it taps into Mark’s deepest fantasies and looks for ways to start making them real.
  • Special deposit by Moi AuciBACock CGrow Balls Cock HyCock Cum Tf  A college kid turns to sperm donation to raise some quick cash, but an odd turn of events leads to a transformational experience at the sperm donation lab and no desire to return to college.
  • You and I: The greatest fuck in the world by Also Known AsCGrow Cock Mental Musc MGrow Sugg Series  Has the world-altering protagonist, the self-proclaimed most perfect and most powerful man in the world, met his match?

Posted: 27 April 2019

Site Update: 13 April 2019

As it turns out, both my story contributions this week are Patreon related (but open to everyone). First, there’s a new chapter of the Patreon-commissioned story “Metatation”, which was a lot of fun to explore. And, seeing as it’s been three months, I’m publishing the Patreon supporters year-end thank you story, “The Misadventures of Joe Hypercock”.

Lots of different kinds of tales as well this week, so I hope you all find stuff you like.

Next update is 27 April. In the meantime, thanks for visiting and enjoy the site!

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Posted: 13 April 2019

Site Update: 30 March 2019

It was a pretty tight week, but I did bring my thoughts around to “Changing Nick”, planning out where it’s headed next and writing a chapter accordingly. My plan is to write more in April, but in the meantime I hope you enjoy the further adventures of Nick and company.

Last week I did manage to clear my backlog of reader-submitted tag suggestions. I humbly apologize to all those who submitted for leaving it so long. The truth is that a huge pile accumulated really fast a ways back, so that starting in on working through them—I do it manually, so I can make sure I agree with the changes—was kind of intimidating. And of course when you do that the pile doesn’t get smaller. Finally the count of pending suggestions got to three digits and I was like, dude, you have to kill that pile or kill the idea of tag suggestions. So I killed the pile. I’m making a good-faith vow to myself to handle them as they come in going forward. I think I can be trusted, but you never know.

Heartfelt thanks to my Patreon supporters. Remember, you can commission that way, either with an upped pledge for a month or an ongoing one at the commission level. Don’t forget to upvote and comment on the stories you like, it really is helpful for the authors in bringing you what you want to see.

Next update is 13 April. Until then, thanks for visiting and enjoy the site.

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Posted: 30 March 2019