Speed of Life: Sometimes Plans Change by William Richard Large

Tom wants the house for himself when their parents are away from the weekend. Will had planned to stay over at James’ house for the night. He was really looking forward to it, but unfortunately, things had changed so he couldn’t stay over. Will goes back home and finds Tom with his mate, and a girl.

Bog Off: Chapter 1 by Tom

An everyday tale of youth, to be precise the misspent youth of the brothers Jason and Kelvin Twerk and their not inconsiderable drive for the heights of new sexual pleasures, perversions or usually misdemeanours when at school. Severely lacking in any cerebral capacity their quest revolves around little else but an insatiable quest for orgasmic gratification by whatever means be it animal, vegetable, human or invariably prolonged bouts of self-abuse. Add to which the brothers have their own friends all equally firmly addicted to the pleasures of the flesh, be that in a solo or communal capacity and all that goes with it. Thus taken on a cumulative basis, the combined seminal output of the protagonists will one day ensure that the entire, crumbling edifice of their run-down secondary school slide inexorably into a fetid morass of adolescent spunk.

Now dive in and read on, each chapter is so thrilling in it’s own right that it needs no further introduction.