Hot Tattoo Artist #MFRWAuthor #MFRWSteam

 


Genre:
M/M erotica, sci-fi

Length:
3000 words (approximate)

Mature Content Advisory:
The following snippet is spicy and contains mucho manly lust. If that sort of thing really is not your bag, Baby, please avoid this snippet.

Blurb
As Peregrine Varga slips deeper into the shadows of his past with his possessive and controlling first love, executive clone Lèandre Anandi Bruhn, shocking truths are revealed. Can Peregrine ever break free of his dark past, or is he doomed to remain enslaved to Lèandre—and to Finn Storm—forever?
The Cloned Heat Cliffhangers are usually short, spicy tidbits. This installment is a full novella in honor of Halloween, the best-loved holiday for writers and lovers of tough but tender bad boys and wicked and wanton villains. 

Read the preceding six-sentence snippet shared with Rainbow Snippets if you wish.

https://www.naughtynetherworldpress.com/2021/10/rainbow-snippets-stumbling-through.html

Snippet

Daniel possessed a slender yet muscular physique, a flawless cappuccino complexion, glorious hazel eyes sparkling with gold and green flecks, and luscious cocoa curls streaked with candy apple red. His silky brown nipples reminded Peregrine of the decadent chocolate confections that Lèandre so enjoyed, and he blushed as he found himself hoping that Lèandre might notice his attraction to Daniel and decide that he’d like to watch his beloved boy toy play dirty with the delicious tattoo artist.

Lèandre noticed the way his young lover licked his lips as he appreciated the scantily clad ink-master’s smooth, muscular body. A mischievous gleam sparkled in his eyes as he ran his finger teasingly over Peregrine’s left shoulder.

“What brand shall we mark you with, ma belle Peregrine?” Lèandre inquired. “Shall we have this fuckable tidbit emblazon your flesh with a sign declaring you the property of Lèandre Anandi Bruhn so that none can mistake who your master is?”

“You are my master, my beloved Lèandre,” Peregrine replied. “I will always declare it proudly. But I think that something artistic would be more appropriate to our love than a blatant sign. Why don’t we ask the artist what he thinks? He is the expert, after all.”

“Yes, that he is,” Lèandre agreed as he fastened a leather collar with a heart-shaped lock around Peregrine’s neck. “He looks to be multitalented. I hope to see his pretty mouth wrapped around your cock before the evening is out. Ah, but there is time enough for plenty of fucking later. The night is young. What do you think, ma gourmandise? What image do you think would convey the bond between myself and my best-loved concubine?”

“I think an ornate letter L here on his shoulder surrounded by flowers and enhanced by lavish lines and swirls,” the soft-spoken artisan suggested. “This will represent best the beautiful bond of love and commitment between you.”

“Then let it be done,” Lèandre concurred. “If I like it well enough, I will allow you to experience ma belle Peregrine’s erotic gifts for yourself tonight. Enjoy, but mind that you do not forget to whom he belongs, oui?”

Buy Links

This story is a Halloween special WIP that I will be working on through October with an early to mid-November release date.

You can purchase all nine hot Cloned Heat Cliffhangers for your erotica collection, or read them free with Kindle Unlimited. 




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Thirsty Thursday: Eldritch Updates 8 October 2021

 

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Greetings Naughties! I am excited to announce a pen name change. I have requested that Amazon change the Team Netherworld pen name to C.L. Benton.

I was never really happy with the Team Netherworld pen name. I write poetry under my real name (Cara Hartley) and erotica as Lil DeVille, but I couldn't think of a pen name that really floated my boat for my non-erotica writing.

This year I learned about the Deathlehem anthology, published by Grinning Skull Press, and I decided that I wanted to create a story to enter. I initially put my real name on the title page, but I wasn't quite feeling it. I decided I'd figure it out later and started writing the story.

Yesterday while doing a few edits, I decided to play around with my byline. Because this year's Deathlehem anthology is going to be titled The Colour Out of Deathlehem, I decided to give a nod to Mr. Howard Phillips Lovecraft by creating a first two initials and last name byline. Ta-da, C.L. Hartley is here!

I still wasn't really feeling it. There wasn't anything wrong with it, but it just didn't bang my gong. I thought about the surnames of my predecessors. C.L. Sargalis (my paternal grandmother's maiden name) didn't have quite the right feel. C.L. Edwards (my mother's maiden name) was better, but then I tried out C.L. Benton (my maternal grandmother's maiden name) and it felt just right.

I briefly considered going even further back in time to find the right pen name. I once traced my mother's maternal lineage back to the third century and discovered some very impressive Norse ancestors, such as an Icelandic princess whose name has been lost to history, the Swedish king Egil, and the Norwegian king, Eystein the Fart, whose mighty name had me chortling like Beavis and Butthead.


In Norwegian and Swedish, "fart" means fast. But I'm a 100% Heinz 57 American and a Beavis and Butthead fan to boot. 

C.L. Egil is a cool enough name, but it sounds more like the author of epic historical adventures. C.L. Eystein would be fine, but it would be more fitting for the author of stories featuring heroic scientists saving the Universe with their brainy ways. 

In the Scandinavian countries, C.L. Fart is a name that probably wouldn't raise eyebrows or cause readers to start cackling like Beavis and Butthead, but here in the United States, such a pen name is best left to creators of comedy. If you happen to fall in that category and are looking for a pen name, you're welcome to use it. All I ask is that you give Naughty Netherworld Press a nod since we're still growing our audience!

Ornery Owl (Not my Pen Name) Has Spoken


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A totally real image of Ornery Owl imbibing in cheap wine

Some classic comedy just for fun


Terrible Twofer: IWSG and Writers Pantry

 


Greetings, Victims! Today I am wrecking the writing world by answering two questions.

If you are the sort of person who is easily offended by profanity, I would suggest avoiding this post, this blog, and pretty much anything written by me at any time ever.

The first question is from the Insecure Writers’ Support Group.

In your writing, where do you draw the line, with either topics or language?

If by “language” you mean cussing, there is no fucking line.

Not all of my stories contain copious swearage, believe it or not, but when it comes to colorful language, I don’t hold back. However, to every cuss word there is a season, and I am not going to fill a family-friendly story with foul language.

Does it surprise you to learn that I write family-friendly stories?

Well, I absolutely fucking do!

Granted, I usually write for an adult audience, but I am currently gathering illustrations for a family-friendly story that I wrote in 2018 called “Ed’s Red Wheelbarrow.” It’s the story of a misunderstood vampire.

As far as topics go, there really is no line there either. I write erotica (which does not get mixed up in my family-friendly stories) and I endeavor to make it clear that all smutty activity in my not-so-family-friendly stories is consensual.

I don’t draw the line at any topic because I think it’s necessary to be able to talk about any topic. For instance, I had a story rejected because the main antagonist was a horrible racist. I personally don’t think it’s sufficient to just say “Mr. Smurkwhittle was a horrible racist who chased jailbait.”

The character was horrible, and the story is more effective if I can allow him to be despicable and offensive. The jailbait he was chasing turned out to be an ancient vampire from beyond the stars.

The second question is from Poets and Storytellers United.

Why do you write and share?

Given that I’m entirely aware of the fact that my writing is an acquired taste that most people don’t have sufficient taste to acquire, I would have to say that it’s because:

A) I'm too pig-headed to quit while I'm behind

B) I enjoy torturing my audience.

369 words

~Ornery Owl Has Spoken~

Image by VintageSnipsAndClips from Pixabay



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The Stable Boy #MFRWHooks

  

Genre

M/M erotica, sci-fi

Length

3000 words (approximate)

Note

I am back to sharing from The Stable Boy's Roughneck Ride, which is the first book in the Cloned Heat series. You can read the first chapter from this book here.

https://www.naughtynetherworldpress.com/2021/02/the-stable-boys-roughneck-ride-chapter.html

You can read the previous MFRW Snippet here:

https://www.naughtynetherworldpress.com/2021/09/meeting-ohannes-mfrwhooks.html

The Blurb

When Pingucury raiders attack their rig, hunky roughneck clone foreman Iker and his equally buff pal Peregrine are forced to flee. The friends encounter Ohannes, a sweet and submissive pleasure clone who offers them shelter. 

The Snippet

“You’re Hangiri riggers,” the young man noted. “I’m glad to see you. I’m Ohannes Herod Hertz. I was the stable boy here at Blackwood Ranch.”

“Stable boy?” Iker inquired, eyeing Ohannes suspiciously. “Where are the animals?”

“I set them free. The Pingucury treat animals with more respect than humans.”

This story is free from Kindle Unlimited or 99 cents to own

You can purchase all nine hot Cloned Heat Cliffhangers for your erotica collection, or read them free with Kindle Unlimited. 


Why am I such a tease?

I am aware that some of you feel that my 8-10 sentence snippets are too brief, but this is what is considered appropriate for most other blog hops that I participate in. The Cloned Heat stories are approximately 3000 words each. If I shared an entire chapter every time, I'd share close to the entire book in a month. I'm not going to do that.

You can read the full first chapters from each new Cloned Heat book during MFRW Steam/MFRW Retweet day.



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Readers Roost: Roost Recommendations October 2021

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The Roost Recommendations for October are out now. I will add books until the 15th. Any new finds after October 15th will be added to November's Roost Recommendations.

Readers Roost: Sweet Sunday Romance: Forever Winter

Readers Roost: Sweet Sunday Romance: Forever Winter:   Media Kit for Amber Daulton   Forever Winter Publisher: Daulton Publishing Release Date: October 5 th , 2021 Genre: Historical R...

Hurry, there is still time to pre-order Forever Winter for 99 cents from Kindle. The price for this new Regency Romance from Amber Daulton goes up after the October 5 release date.

Rainbow Snippets: Stumbling through Memories

 


Genre:
M/M erotica, sci-fi

Length:
3000 words (approximate)

Mature Content Advisory:
Although this post isn't explicit, the story that the excerpt is taken from reaches Nuclear Blast levels and is decidedly not for the faint of heart.

Blurb

As Peregrine Varga slips deeper into the shadows of his past with his possessive and controlling first love, executive clone Lèandre Anandi Bruhn, shocking truths are revealed. Can Peregrine ever break free of his dark past, or is he doomed to remain enslaved to Lèandre—and to Finn Storm—forever?

The Cloned Heat Cliffhangers are usually short, spicy tidbits. This installment is a full novella in honor of Halloween, the best-loved holiday for writers and lovers of tough but tender bad boys and wicked and wanton villains. 

Snippet

Stumbling through shrouded memories, Peregrine recalled the night of the masquerade ball at Master Lèandre’s mansion. Lèandre had gone all out, hiring technicians to turn each room into a holographic playground. This was no mean feat, as Lèandre was one of the Xawei Conglomerate’s most treasured executive clones; thus, his astronomical salary allowed him to expand his home into a literal palace, complete with hundreds of rooms. Peregrine had been Lèandre’s concubine for ten moon cycles, and he had not yet explored the entirety of the expansive abode.

Lèandre had hired dozens of acrobatic performers, hundreds of dancers, and ten tattoo artists to delight his guests. Prior to the commencement of the festivities, Peregrine and Lèandre sat with one of the artists, an attractive young pleasure clone named Daniel Linus Rosário. 

Buy Links

This story is a WIP. 

You can purchase all nine hot Cloned Heat Cliffhangers for your erotica collection, or read them free with Kindle Unlimited. 



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Hot Tattoo Artist #MFRWAuthor #MFRWSteam

  Genre: M/M erotica, sci-fi Length: 3000 words (approximate) Mature Content Advisory: The following snippet is spicy and contains mucho man...