Today, I released a brand-new caption story called “Porn Star”. Featuring Veronica Rodriguez and Shay Evans (among others!), it’s the story of the young heir to a porn empire who, after showing himself to be an inept manager, a misogynist, and a racist, is forced to experience life on the other side of the camera.
I had a really good time writing this one, so I hope you all enjoy it!
If you’d like to read this (or the many other caption stories I’ve written), just click on the following link to find out more about how to become a member of my site:
Just like I did with the caption stories, I decided to create a poll to determine what you all felt about 2019’s book releases. There were only twelve of them (as opposed to twenty-four caption stories), so it should be a little easier to sort through everything.
If you’d like to see what I’ve released so far, you can do so by going to my Amazon author page by clicking HERE. Each book listing contains a short synopsis of each story which might jog your memory.
Anyway, without further ado, here’s the poll:
Also, remember to participate in the final poll to determine which caption story was the most popular of 2019. You can do so by clicking HERE.
So – it looks like voting has died down for the favorite caption story of last year, so I’ve tallied the results, and it looks like we’ve narrowed it down to six stories that stand above all the rest. They are as follows:
The Primrose Academy
Just like last year, I intend to use this poll to determine which story will represent my work for the following year (as the free caption story). Last year’s winner, “Political Animals”, will be taken down (from the free portion of the site), and one of these six will take its place. However, because the voting was so close between these stories, I’m making a new poll to see which one gets the spot. So, without further ado, here’s the new poll:
I’m also going to post another poll sometime in the near future to determine which of 2019’s books you all liked the best. So, keep a lookout for that.
Today (just in time – whew!) I published a brand-new caption story called “A Mother’s Gift”. Featuring Ava Dalush, it’s the story of a young man who, after marrying a much older woman, is slowly pushed toward feminization. When he finally accepts his womanhood, he falls in love with his own son-in-law.
If you’d like to read this (or the nearly a hundred other caption stories like it), you can do so by becoming a member of this site. To find out more, just click the following link: