Two Books Of Early Stories Added To My $.99 Kindle Books Library

When I first started writing erotica, my stories were short episodes very much centered on explicitly-described sex. This is my first book of early short stories. It includes a couple of my own personal favorites, In Praise Of Older Men and The Deflowering Of Wally. The first takes place in my college years. It begins with me sitting in a coffee shop decked out in a college girl version of a schoolgirl outfit. An older man, who turns out to be a surgeon, opens a conversation that leads to an evening of sexual pleasures. Along the way I learn about his tragic past. The second of those stories involves me rehabilitating the reputation of a nerdy guy I liked very much. I was able to do so because, although I was part of the “out crowd,” it wasn’t because I wasn’t regarded as a hottie. On the contrary, I was one of the most sought-after pieces of ass in school. It was prom night and I think you’ll find what I did to help him a pretty good read. Here is the Kindle link.

“Pink” as in “showing pink.” This book includes Going Down For the Count, the first of the older stories I wrote where I stood back and said to myself “I can’t believe I wrote that!” It’s my own absolute favorite among my short stories. That’s not to say it’ll be yours, because you may prefer my more autobiographical episodes, whereas this one is pure fiction with nothing autobiographical about it. A Lucky Substitution is another favorite included in In The Pink. My friends buy me a gift certificate for a masseur they like and, well, let’s just say that the treatment he gives me goes way way way beyond the bare minimum! Here is the Kindle link.

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How To Avoid Musical Regrets

I love music. I’m very eclectic in my tastes, which range all the way from baroque classical to Brazilian jazz, to blues, and industrial. It all depends on my mood.

I have favorite artists in all of those fields, some of whom have passed from the scene before I got a chance to see them.

Number one on the list would probably be the Brazilian jazz guitarist and singer Baden Powell, whose absolutely unique music I can listen to hours on end. In fact, when someone asks me for my ten desert island discs, my answer is “Any ten Baden Powell albums.” He was a flawed individual with a tumultuous private life, a drinking problem, and he was a heavy smoker. And yet, when he played, his music was a totally unique blend of Brazilian folk music, jazz, flamenco, and pop music. If you’re unfamiliar with him, I suggest his album Tristeza on Guitar as a good place to start.

Related to Baden Powell by being a fellow Brazilian, Antionio Carlos Jobim, the composer of The Girl From Ipanema, Corcovado (aka Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars), Desafinado, and many others died before I got a chance to see him perform. His music crossed the line between pop and jazz perfectly, lending itself easily to enjoyment by those loving melodic hooks and those loving soft and romantic jazz without the sellout factor of an artist like Kenny G.

Who wouldn’t wish the Jimi Hendrix was still with us. My dad always says he lost some hearing at a Jimi Hendrix concert, and I’ve never heard the slightest tinge of regret at having suffered that damage by Jimi’s small city of amplifier speaker cabinets. Jimi wasn’t the fastest or best guitarist when measured by guitar player standards, but how many guitarists can claim to have changed music to the degree Jimi did. You can’t hear a modern rock guitarist play almost anywhere without identifying in their playing something that was introduced or largely developed by Jimi Hendrix. How I wish he were around today. I can tell my father is glad he got to see Jimi before his untimely death.

And here’s one you probably aren’t expecting: Sammy Davis, jr.! He could sing. He could dance. But more than all that, he was the consummate entertainer. No, I’m not particularly in to the pop music of the 1940’s and 1950’s, but from the existing videos of his show, I know I would have been happy to have attended one of his shows. He was a one-of-a-kind!

The point is, when some artist whose music you really treasure comes to town, think twice before saying to yourself “I’ll catch them next time.”

There may not be a next time.

Want To Review My Stories?

I’d like to get some Kindle reviews up. If you want to write a review, I’ll send you my stories in PDF form for free. I’ll do this for a while until I get a few reviews up, but since I have only one of my three stories reviewed, you stand a pretty good chance of getting a freebie. Write me at jillhill@nympho-girl.com and ask for them. Only erotica/dirty story lovers, please, because “if you like this sort of thing, this is the sort of thing you will like.” LOL

John Locke — An Inspiration To All New Writers

No, not the character from Lost or the British philosopher, but the first writer to hit the million sales mark on Amazon selling Kindle titles. Since only eight authors have reached that level of sales, the fact that he did it selling for Kindle ereaders only is a big deal.

I really like this guy. He claims to respond to every single email and he’s responded to every single one of mine so far. And one was actually several paragraphs long! How does he do it?

His stories are fascinating and there’s hardly any reason not to try him out since all of his novels sell for $.99 each. What makes them addictive is his protagonist, Donovan Creed, a likeable guy who used to be a CIA assassin who kills people for a living. He works for anyone who’ll pay without discrimination. He’ll do hits for the government or for gangsters or businessmen wanting to eliminate a competitor. He even works for a cabal of little people (the vertically challenged kind).

At the same time, he’s a nice guy who can fall in love with a saucy nurse and adopt a child burn victim.

I dare you to try one of his books. I’d start with Lethal People.

But if westerns are more your thing, he is starting to write to that market as well with a character named Emmett Love who, according to Locke, is a former gunslinger with a crab-like scout who journeyed West ” with a mail order bride, a witch, and a wagon full of prostitutes!” Sounds like fun, huh?

Now, I’m not a big fan of western, but if anyone can make me a fan John Locke can. And it’ll only cost me about a buck. Visit his website/blog here.

My First Three Kindle Titles Are Available Now


I don’t think any other full story is about an earlier part of my life. I’m 16 here. I may have referred to a time when I was 12 or 14 in another story, but this entire story takes place when I was 16. It’s both tender and innocent and naughty and nasty at the same time. Typical Jill Hill, right? It takes place on summer vacation while I’m working with my Aunt Maggie on a horse ranch. Horses have very big cocks. When you’re a 16 year old girl, it kinda gets your attention. Also working on the ranch, a boy a bit older than me named Larry. He had an attitude problem and, it turns out, I had the solution. Here is the Kindle link.


It’s the second summer on the horse ranch and this time the boy who worked there the prior summer wasn’t there. Instead there was this chubby gothic chick named Leslie with a chip on her shoulder. But then there was a medical emergency on the ranch that took Aunt Maggie away, leaving me and the gothic girl to run the ranch on our own for a while. That’s when Little Miss Attitude started pitching in and I started liking her. Then, a gorgeous young blond guy named Lars showed up with a mare that needed some stud service and, well, Leslie and I started feeling like getting some stud service ourselves! Here is the Kindle link.


How many stories have you run into about a guy who falls for a pair of twins, eh? Boy meets girls, boy fucks girls, boy moves in with girls, and they live happily ever after, right? Well…not exactly. This story is absolutely unique. A really original idea. I’d love to be able to tell you a bit more, but it’s one of those stories that, once you read it, you’ll tell your friends to read it, and if you’re not a total asshole, you’ll be sure not to tell them the twists and turns the story takes. And for heaven’s sake, do not tell anyone the ending. If you do, I’ll make sure you’re looking over your shoulder the rest of your life! Here is the Kindle link.

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