I started writing erotica in late July 2014 as a result of hating it. I felt like sex stories had a lot of potential to look deep into what sex means for us, but was being exploited for a cheap one-page story about the high school cheerleader blowing the nerd who was secretly the alpha male all along or some bullshit.

On the flipside, I love telling stories and I love stories in general. I grew up enjoying stories that had characters I cared about, and characters that could both be good guys and bad guys, especially if it was up to the reader’s own morals if a character was good or not. These stories are me wanting to contribute to that side of erotica, I guess. Whether I succeed or not is up to you.

Speaking of ‘up to you,’ I love hearing back from people who enjoy my stories. I like when people care about the characters and understand that the sex in sex stories comes with the emotional side of stuff. I made this website to make sure that no matter what third-party websites do with my stories, they can still exist somewhere for you to enjoy.

I’ll be posting my chapters here on this website a week in advance in relation to other sites to that effect, so be sure to check back here often. Also my creative staff/need to buy and eat food recommends I also take the time to plug my Patreon. If you enjoy reading these stories, please consider contributing to my Patreon to help keep me writing and get yourself a few perks along the way.

Special thanks to my friend and creative partner Tweed for any hastily-made (his words, not mine) graphics and contributions to the layout on this site. Those who have known me for a long time know I really don’t know how to use the internet. Like, at all.


P.S. I’m slow and inconsistent when it comes to uploading my stories. Odds are you’re on this page specifically because you want to know why I haven’t posted in a while or if I’m okay or anything. Like many people I have my demons and worse-off days, but on a whole I’m okay mentally and never planning on quitting writing, even if real-life obligations mean that sometimes my output is slow.