Picking up vampires is an art form and learning to do it successfully takes practice. Here are a few hot tips to empower you and make you more effective, courtesy of Vampire Hunter Franklin W. Fuggitt. Sometimes knowing what NOT TO DO or NOT TO SAY when picking up a vampire is even more important…… Continue reading Sex And The Single Vampire: Hot Tips On How To Pick Up Bloodsuckers!
The call came quite unexpectedly. I was working late and deadlines were looming. Little did I know that fate was about to give me a jingle. The voice on the other end of the telephone line intrigued me with an impossible claim. I hurriedly set up a meeting and rushed out to get my story:…… Continue reading Interview With A Vampire Hunter
I’m finding the older I get the more “anniversaries” clutter up the memory banks. Seriously, I have anniversaries for everything. Or maybe it’s just a way for me to keep track of things. A mental filing system, if you will. With that in mind, this year is a big one. Apparently threes and eights are…… Continue reading Baked Goods
I love old books. I love the look of them, the smell of them, the feel of them. It’s almost a fetish, except I don’t rub them all over my naked body. Much… Books are magical things anyway, but old books exude a kind of power that transcends modern protocols and mores. It’s for that…… Continue reading Old Books & Ass Cream
Scrolling through my archives I stumbled upon a little ditty I posted on Valentine’s Day back in 2014. It’s been making the rounds at this time of the year ever since 1996, but never seems to go out of style. If you haven’t already seen it, take a trip down memory lane HERE. XXXOOO!
A mouth-watering little blast from the past (15 years to be exact!) to celebrate my favorite time of the year. Written under the pseudonym Stan Van Helsing and published in Playtime Magazine, October 1999. Pleasant screams… The Erotic Book Of The Dead first came to light at the latter part of the 19th Century, when…… Continue reading Dead Heat
The hypocrisies of social behavior, the irrationality of love and the fleeting pleasures of excess: Heady themes in any age. The stuff that theatrical dreams are made of. And yet, it is the skewering of those very tropes that adds dimension to the human experience. Good theater, it can then be argued, serves as the…… Continue reading Pretty Little Lies