Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Two New Age Regression E-Books: The House at the Edge of Town & Wish Upon a Star

Happy Halloween! I've published two new E-books, both part of a horror anthology series I've decided to title Tales of the Regressed. Think Goosebumps, but with age regression/demotion. They don't follow the same formula as my previous age regression novellas, but do feature many of the same themes. Anyways, I hope you all enjoy them, as I had a blast writing them. I've got ideas for at least a few more stories for the series, but I want to wait and see how these two are received before I start writing them. As always, any positive reviews on Amazon are greatly appreciated. Enjoy!


The House at the Edge of Town (Tales of the Regressed Book 1)

On their way to a Halloween party, Rachel and Emma arrive at the wrong location, in more ways than one. Dressed as a nanny and a baby, the two girls suddenly find themselves trapped inside a house of horrors, where they're forced to play out the roles of their costumes. Can they escape their living nightmare or are they destined to be nanny and baby forever?

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Wish Upon a Star (Tales of the Regressed Book 2)

Beautiful Rebecca has spent a good portion of her life cruelly tormenting her little sister Amanda, constantly making her younger sibling's life a total nightmare. That trend only continues when she returns home from college one night to observe the upcoming meteor shower. However, when a heartbroken Amanda makes a series of wishes on a group of shooting stars, their roles may about to be reversed, in more ways than one. An unsuspecting Rebecca is in for a rude awakening...

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Two New Haircut Short Story E-Books: Mending Fences & The Babysitting Job

Just published two new haircut short stories. I know they're not super popular, but I enjoy writing them every so often. So, for those that like them, enjoy!


Mending Fences: A Haircut Story

After betraying her best friend's trust, Jen is willing to do just about anything to win her back. Or so she thinks. An unexpected ultimatum involving her trademark long hair forces Jen to quickly decide just how far she's willing to go. Is it all just a test or does her former best friend have something far more nefarious in mind for Jen's beloved long locks?

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The Babysitting Job: A Haircut Story

 Blessed with a head of extraordinarily long, beautiful hair, Hailey Hanaford is a living, breathing real life Rapunzel. However, when her summer babysitting job sets into motion an unexpected series of events, that very well may change. Roped into a crazy scheme by the children's mother, past and present collide as a long-standing family feud threatens to turn Hailey's life completely upside down.

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Thursday, May 4, 2017

New E-Book - Reform School Swap: A Tale of Age Regression

Sorry about my recent absence. I know it's been quite a while since I've published anything. Life has been kind of crazy these past few months and I haven't had a whole lot of time to write. Anyways, I finally got around to finishing an age regression novella that I've been working on for a while. If you enjoyed my previous AR stuff, especially my first two AR books, you'll probably enjoy this one too, as it involves very similar themes. Enjoy! ;)


Reform School Swap: A Tale of Age Regression

Abigail and Madison Montgomery are two sisters constantly at odds, their personalities polar opposites. While young Madison is a bright, caring down-to-earth girl, her wicked older sister Abigail is a stuck-up, spoiled socialite who constantly bucks responsibility. After a particularly heated argument between the two leaves Abigail seething, she devises a sinister scheme to get rid of her little sister once and for all by enrolling Madison in a strict reform school. However, when an innocent prank results in a surprising case of mistaken identity, Abigail suddenly finds herself trapped in her own insidious web of lies. Can she escape before it's too late?

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New Haircut Short Story E-Book: The Cul-de-sac

Been a while since I've written one of these. They're not really that popular, but I get the urge to write them every so often. So, for those that do like my haircut stories, enjoy!


The Cul-de-sac: A Haircut Story

A teen girl known for her exceptionally beautiful long hair finds herself assaulted by her past when she spies an old barber's chair in her neighbor's garage during an annual event held in their quaint little cul-de-sac. As she struggles to understand a confusing array of emotions that she just can't seem to shake, a bitter rival from her high school and a dangerous bet involving her hair threaten to throw her life into turmoil.

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Sunday, November 6, 2016

New E-Book - Back to School: The Age Regression Game Show

Hey, everyone! I just published my newest age regression novella! I didn't really feel like writing another mistaken identity themed story after the last two, so I went with something a little different this time. Depending on how well the book is received, I may be making this into a series. I have ideas for a few sequels that include some of the characters introduced in this book. So, let me know what you think. Also, if you enjoy the book, please consider leaving a positive review on Amazon or Smashwords. I'd really appreciate it. Enjoy! ;)


Back to School: The Age Regression Game Show

Curl up on the couch with Brittany and Nicole as they watch their favorite age regression themed game show where adult contestants compete in a series of humiliating challenges that see them dressed and treated like children. If they win, they walk away with the coveted grand prize, but if they lose, they're headed back to school, re-enrolled in either high school or all the way back in grade school! Will this week's contestant win or is she headed back to school?

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Monday, August 1, 2016

My New E-Book: The Sunflower Girls - An Age Regression Tale

Hello, everyone! After much delay, I finally finished and published my newest age regression e-book! Hopefully you're not disappointed. It's very much in the same vein as my last age regression book, just a tad bit longer, so if you enjoyed A Race Back in Time, you're probably going to enjoy this one too.

The Sunflower Girls: An Age Regression Tale

In an attempt to quickly advance her position at work, petite 23-year-old Nina volunteers to fill in for her boss as a counselor at a summer camp for little girls, but after an unfortunate mix-up, things quickly spiral out of her control as she's thrust headfirst into the world of the Sunflower Girls. Can she get out before it's too late?

Experience Nina's unwilling transformation through her own thoughts in this exciting tale of age regression that features scenes involving diapers, spanking, status reduction and role reversal.

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I also want to once again thank everyone who purchased my first age regression book. I really appreciate your support. It motivates me to keep writing more! ;)

Sunday, June 5, 2016

Update on my Next Story

Hey, everyone! Sorry I haven't posted in a while. I've been really busy in my day to day life, so I haven't had much time to post anything new here. Anyways, I wanted to give you all an update on my next age regression story, since I know a few of you have been looking forward to it. I made a comment on my last post stating that I expected to get the story published by the end of that month and, well, that obviously didn't happen. I had started writing a story, but after I got a few chapters in, I just didn't like how it was turning out. Perhaps I'll go back and revisit it at some point after I've had more time to think about it, but for now, I've shelved that story and a few weeks back I started on a new one that I feel a lot better about so far. I'd say it's a little more than halfway done. I don't want to make any promises as to when I'll finish it. I made that mistake last time and I don't want to repeat it. Hopefully it won't be too much longer though. Also, I want to thank those who have left kind words for my last AR story. I really appreciate it.