Stories By KBis creating episodic, adult, gay fiction.
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I've always had this internal drive to be a writer for as long as I can remember. It started way back in the day when I was a wee lad, hunting and pecking at a manual typewriter to pen what was essentially fanfic about my action figures. In the years since, I've dabbled in an array of genres: sci-fi, fantasy, non-fiction, and more. I even wrote a screenplay to a movie once, but that was...not good. Somewhere along the way, I found an aptitude for writing hot, gay erotica! Now, I want to make something of it and share it with everyone!
My Writing Style:
I like to write my characters as grounded in reality as possible, even when in extreme circumstances. I tend to prefer larger casts and love a nice, slow burn of a tale. Gay erotica can be very good when it's about perfect men acting out of pure lust to have trouble free sex. That's just not my style. I prefer to pepper in awkwardness, uncertainty, humor, and sometimes, hurt feelings. I like to create well-rounded characters who have doubts and hopes, but don't always get what they want. I think those foibles and imperfect situations make erotica even hotter, because we can identify with them. Which is not to say my erotica is all awkward and sad; I assure you it's not. Awkwardness and uncertainty don't mean you can't have some amazing sex!
The Island - Twelve men (2 pilots, 2 football coaches, and 8 college football players) find themselves stranded on an island after their charter flight crashes. The plane's radio is dead. Their cell phones are either waterlogged or broken; the ones that do work have absolutely no service. Most of their luggage has been lost to the ocean. Straightaway, survival is key - they need a fire, they need shelter, they need to eat. They also know they need to survey the island. (And unlock its secrets.)
As if survival and exploration weren't enough, the men also must contend with dwindling inhibitions. There is a distinct lack of privacy on the island, and the weather seems to have two modes: hot and humid, and pouring down rain. The 8 football boys already have a level of comfort established from sharing locker rooms, but still, a pragmatic approach is taken at first. As they slowly ditch their clothing and their inhibitions erode even further, the line between pragmatism and outright interest begin to blur. The playful locker room banter they all shared starts to carry more truth. The utterly forbidden begins to feel almost necessary as curiosities slowly rise. Without women, and without the prying and meddling of society, will these men give in to their most basic urges? (The Island is 146 installments, totaling nearly 500,000 words!)
The Dozen - The sequel to The Island, focusing on the same cast of characters. As of this writing, The Dozen is currently on installment 91, but plot details withheld to avoid any spoilers.
Bonus Content - Upper tiers receive "behind the scenes" posts, personal stories, as well as Prequel-style chapters and unrelated short stories.
I hope to count you among my patrons! If so, please accept my eternal gratitude. I thoroughly enjoy writing these sagas, and I hope you enjoy reading them just as much!