Site Update: 21 September 2019

An unanticipated milestone has turned up, and I have to admit I’m a little agape. With this week’s update, I have passed a career count of 1.5 million words in my writing as Brian Ramirez Kyle. That’s as many as four Brothers Karamazov. I’m not Dostoyevsky, of course—I’m more on the level of the poets the Vogons would torture you with if you were very lucky before you were thrown out an airlock—but a million and a half words feels like an accomplishment nonetheless. Joking aside, what really matters is that I’ve loved every minute, and wouldn’t change a bit of it. Here’s to a million and a half more!

I definitely don’t have a lit-course classic to share with you on this auspicious occasion, more’s the pity. I do have two stories this week, though it isn’t the line-up I had planned. The first story, “The Quiet One”, was the result of a Patreon supporter’s suggestion of a mouthcock coming-of-age story; and when I started thinking about it it all fell into place and the story sort of wrote itself. No mouthcocks in Dostoyevsky—not even Tolstoi was that kinky. Ovid, though—I bet there’s a mouthcock or two in there somewhere. And I’m willing to bet that was the secret appeal of Lady Chatterly’s gamekeeper. It doesn’t say he doesn’t have one, does it?

The plan was to include another patron request, this one for the continuation of an existing story (hint: it’s set in Vermont!), but I ran out of time this week in a big way, so that’ll have to wait for next update. Instead I have a weird insertion-into-fantasy-world story that sort of fell out of my head last night. Sorry about the mess.

Thanks to all my supporters at Patreon and to all of you, that’s right, you. You are awesome and every single one of those million and a half words were written just for you, because that’s how the magic of internet fantasy erotica works. How about that? You’re awesome, and I’m genuinely glad to share my worlds and my men with you.

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Posted: 21 September 2019