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Bigfoot and the Size Queens

Posted in Erotic fiction with tags , , , , , on February 22, 2015 by alvinavalon

Bigfoot and the Size Queens

Here is my own take on the subject of Bigfoot Erotica. I thought it would be fun to depart from the standard clichés of the genre by having two cock-hungry protagonists – one female and one male – who set their sexual sights on Bigfoot right from the start! Here is the blurb:

Tara Kane is not your average professor of anthropology. She’s young, athletic and blue-haired, with an insatiable appetite for big hairy men… and one part of their anatomy in particular. Tara is not alone in her phallic obsession: her gay and geeky grad-student Fabian Grayson is a Size Queen too. While visiting Texas for an academic conference, the man-hungry pair are drawn into a quest for the biggest, hairiest proto-human of them all: Bigfoot! The search leads to a bizarre series of adventures, featuring a mysterious Tibetan temple, strange rituals, cracks in time… and the ultimate secret of the prehistoric species known as Homo Erectus Giganticus! A comic romp with a fascinating twist of paranormal mystery!

Bigfoot and the Size Queens is available in Kindle format from Amazon.com and Amazon UK, as well as other Amazon sites worldwide.

Bigfoot Erotica

Posted in Erotic fiction with tags , , on February 18, 2015 by alvinavalon

virginia_wadeBigfoot sightings are on the increase, and so is the weird new genre of Bigfoot erotica. It seems that thousands of females around the world are turned on by the thought of having sexual intercourse with a giant, hairy, primitive humanoid. One such woman is Virginia Wade (pictured above), who has produced a successful series of stories called Cum For Bigfoot.

Not surprisingly, a lot of the fascination centers around the size of Bigfoot’s penis. A reviewer at The Daily Beast quotes Ms. Wade as saying Sasquatch has “a huge pale cock that defied logic… riddled with intersecting veins and bulging on the end like a tennis ball.”

The Philosophy of Gor

Posted in Erotic fiction with tags , , on October 16, 2014 by alvinavalon

Slave Girl of GorThe book pictured above, Slave Girl of Gor, appears to be a work of fiction, but for some people it is a way of life and a profound spiritual philosophy. According to Wikpedia:

The Gorean philosophy is a philosophy espoused in the science fiction novels by John Norman. A number of fans of Norman’s work have attempted to live their lives according to this philosophy. The most conspicuous Gorean departure from mainstream modern norms is that Goreans promote sexual master-slave relationships. Some of this philosophy is concerned with “order of nature” and the relations between men and women, which may or may not take the form of a master-and-slave dynamic. The majority of Goreans who pursue a “lifestyle” approach often do not consider what they do to be BDSM. However, they are generally considered part of the “kinky” subculture. In that context, they reject the idea of isolated “scenes”. Instead, their practices may be described as 24/7, dominance & submission, and/or Total Power Exchange relationships. BDSM concepts of servitude and slavery typically play a key role in Gorean dynamics.

Gurus, Geeks and Goddesses

Posted in Erotic fiction with tags , , , , on November 27, 2012 by alvinavalon

Gurus, Geeks and Goddesses - erotic fiction by Alvin AvalonThe New Age subculture hides a seething hotbed of sexuality, and unsuspecting Seekers after Truth sometimes get more than they bargained for! A sci-fi geek meets her very own Cosmic Guru, and finds herself enlightened in more ways than one. When a naïve graduate student realizes his dissertation on religious history is due the following day, he does some last-minute research in the local Tantric Goddess Temple. And a skeptical author sets out to debunk a glamorous young clairvoyant, only to find himself drawn into an orgiastic séance.

My latest foray into the world of erotic fiction…  three offbeat short stories about sexual encounters of the mystical kind, now available as an ebook (ISBN 978-1-291-21284-6) from Amazon.com and Amazon UK.