Anyone Want a Sneak Peak?

I’ve been working on my Cockaigne Chronicles novel recently and am almost ready to release it on the unsuspecting public. It will be available on Kindle, but I would really like some volunteers to take a read first and highlight any glaring (or not so glaring errors). I’m reading a book at the moment where the author has confused names, and it’s irritating, especially if you have paid for it. I’ve proofread it myself, spell checked, and grammar checked, but small errors might have crept through.

I’m looking for some people to proofread it for me, so if you would like an advanced copy, please email me (stories at screeve dot org) stating if you want it a mobi, epub for pdf version, and I’ll send you a copy.

Feel free to highlight any errors or passages that aren’t clear but also let me have your general comments.

This is my first novel that I’ve finished. I really enjoyed writing it and delving deeper into a story. Writing a novel is so different than writing a short story or even a multipart series.

The Ginger and the Geek by David Heulfryn

This started as a little fantasy about two guys from work I found sexy. I didn’t have crushes on them, that would have been awkward. But they were a nice bit of eye candy.

It started with the Ginger. I’ve always had a thing about gingers, ever since I made friends with a particular well hung ginger from school. I didn’t have a crush on him, I just found his long, thick cock, topped by some sexy ginger pubes so enticing. Despite being attracted to gingers, none of my boyfriends have been ginger.

This story was my fantasy of finding two guys getting it on at work. And writing about getting fucked by a ginger was a bonus. I wish it could come true.

Redheads often face discriminated and abuse due to their hair colour. I think we should celebrate the vibrancy and the sheer beauty of it.

My New Cockaigne Christmas Story

It’s getting closer to the big day – just two more sleeps until Santa comes and empties his sack for us.

This Christmas is going to be different with many of us not able to visit our loved ones, friends and family. The rules for us are different depending on where we are and I encourage you all you comply with your local rules.

As a special present from me, I tossed off… (excuse me) wrote… a little episode in the life of the Walker family. Adam makes a return to the page as he encounters a new tradition in the town, The Cockaigne Claus.

Keep your eyes peeled to Screeve tomorrow as it will appear soon. Better still, subscribe to the mailing list and get an email when it appears, don’t worry your email will be kept safe and secure.

Wishing you all a very Merry Cockaigne Christmas and I invite you to get naked and raise a glass of your favourite tipple to this amazing town.