I know it’s been awhile since I’ve posted, but I just wanted to give you guys a heads up that I will be having a new book coming out. The publication date hasn’t been set yet, but more than likely it’ll be the end of the year. I’ll keep you updated. In the meantime, if you’re curious as to where the new home for my books will be, it’ll be Sapphire Books. I’ll be publishing this one under the pseudonym Sam McAuliff. Below is a small blurb about what it’s about. Again, I’ll let you know more details and share cover art as they come in.

The Dragonfly House

On the outskirts of a small, picturesque Midwestern town, sits a large, lovely old Victorian house with many occupants. This residence, known simply as The Dragonfly House, is home to Ma’am, the proprietor, along with several young women in her employ. One such woman, Jame, is very popular among the female clientele. One such client, Sarah, fresh from a divorce and looking for a little adventure, as well as some gentle handling, becomes one of Jame’s repeat clients. Once Sarah enters the picture, Jame and Ma’am, as well as the brothel, will be forever changed.


I’ll miss you at Bold Strokes


Allen Wesley Horstmeyer August 27, 2020 at 12:38 am

I’ll purchase your book in support of a former high school classmate. Congrats!!!


Allen Wesley Horstmeyer August 27, 2020 at 2:35 am

I thought you were a classmate of mine from Staunton, but didn’t see your picture in the 1986 year book. Regardless, I want to support you by purchasing your book. Pretty cool your using the town as inspiration medium for a book.


    In 1986 I was in the 8th grade, perhaps that is why you cannot locate me and why you name is unfamiliar to me. My yearbooks are packed away right now, so I can’t look and see, but, I appreciate the support. 🙂


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