Rowdier readers self-identify so if you continue reading here there is a good chance you at least have the graciousness to entertain a new idea. You have an open channel, not all channels of course, and not at your deep risk, but you will allow the foreign and the unknown to intrude to that first hurdle: it’s an incoming thought and you have let it in, behind your eyes now, and for that moment you have a different outlook. This collection of graphic writing joins books from many other creators, and all must be absorbed from the page for maximum impact. Reach out as readers, reinforce the enrichment of scanning words into the brain. Writers know you are treasures.
Fear of thinking, most specifically deep thinking, limits amateur readers who have not developed a framework for what they read so if something doesn’t fit in the few categories they do admit then the idea is discarded. Volley over, signal drops, no presence. Dead End. What a dull world it would be if we were all like that.
Rowdier readers are energized by reading, they set up synapse symphonies and cogitate from the page to the world through the heart-mind. It is not difficult to identify certain writings that simply are not suitable for some although the work is much appreciated by others. That’s my category, sexotic-erotic-graphic language in small peppery bursts. There is a transliteration when sexotic writing is considered tête-à-tête and it is my intent to be read head-to-head by people with busy vocabularies. I station myself on broadcast and you agree to transceive. You don’t have to accept everything but you entertain the ideas, give them a moment to take hold and move through. Curiosa is like catnip to such a reader.
Like all arts, there is the idea but then there must be a manifestation: a canvas, a carved stick, tangible and discrete as it is indexed for short term recall, the written word, a recorded speech, humming of a choir. For me it has been making books, it is the making of them that pleases me. In that way I am an old-school talent in an analog format for the print books, reluctantly digital for digital dissemination. Books are a tactile medium in the end, nuance is absorbed through the eyes and hands. I respect that. It’s a journey for me too (there’s history I haven’t told you) so things are always surprisingly connected. Overall, there are twelve narrative and engaging affordable volumes available online so far plus the fabrication continues. I’ve developed the art of setting you up with sexotic scenarios but I break away in time for you to have to finish the imagery. It’s subtle, it’s killer technique. (Oh, how I’ve studied!)
I didn’t build this body by accident; I carved a man out of a blob of waste-infused goo. Locked beneath the sheath of fat was a pugnacious fucker who finally took control. I hired Honey as a sex trainer, like I paid my cardio coach and my tennis instructor. She was soft and limber and ready to rock, frank and assessing as needed. Part coach, part sparring partner… bringing me to peak. She re-shaped my sexuality, brought it closer to my core, made me hold it there and grow it there. My fat-man sex never thrilled so the screaming success of my normal body was the greatest reward. The confidence-fueled fucking went on long enough and strong enough to finally experience the need to howl it out. Now I can slip up between her thighs and feel the cradle of her crotch coddle my bouncing balls.
I’m all about the squiggles of thought, the ~, <>, : ∞ that put the punctuational kaboom into the language to help you syncopate it. I know it seems like there are uneducated people clogging up the pipeline to – your bliss, your success, your redemption – but in fact your pace is your choice. The giddy liberty to think whatever you want is the ultimate freedom, the luxury of thoughts and feelings that come to a truly be-stilled being, soul awhirl. Consider this an opportunity provided by the publisher of Words Arranged by Kathleen K. because it is one way for you to stomp around a bit out in the Idea Fields. There has always been a flare of challenge in the presentation and the content of this adult-themed compendium that adds value if only reluctantly. When is something dirty and good, good and dirty? Who decides? First, judge the covers… then slip away to KathleenKBooks.com for more detail.
Kirkus Featured Review!
Vivid family fiction for those who read
between, around and beyond the lines.