Pam McCullen is a freshman at college and she wants to pledge to the most exclusive and mysterious sorority on campus. Her roommate warns her to stay away, but Pam doesn’t listen and decides... More > to pledge anyway.
On the first night of the sorority pledge, Pam is inducted into their unusual hazing ritual. First, she is given a selection of controlled substances. Then she is stripped naked and blindfolded. She is taken to a room where she is tied to a bed and abused over and over by men whose faces she will never see.
At the end, she is offered the chance to be a part of their secret society of sexual obedience. But will she accept their offer to be used as a slave to strangers, or will she be horrified by what she has been put through?
This is a collection of poems that are usually dark and sexual in nature. Symbols from literature and mythology inform the author's thoughts on his life and the world in which he lives. Sometimes... More > shocking, sometimes funny, always engaging.< Less
*Explicit* Blak is fighting diversity and it hits home at this weird establishment. His new gay friend takes a liking to him, but he has a problem with bullies. To the extreme, he finds that this man... More > child cannot even defend his own sister against the offenders. And when it comes to girls, neither of them have their new dorm mates down the hall figured out. From the silly little fairy who sits out of place, to the tough as nails elven child who wears only the most adorable outfits.< Less
Blak is fighting diversity and it hits home at this weird establishment. His new gay friend takes a liking to him, but he has a problem with bullies. To the extreme, he finds that this man child... More > cannot even defend his own sister against the offenders. And when it comes to girls, neither of them have their new dorm mates down the hall figured out. From the silly little fairy who sits out of place, to the tough as nails elven child who wears only the most adorable outfits.< Less
...memories are like tombstones spread across an abandoned graveyard. Some are broken beyond repair; some remain, incredibly, in pristine condition; but all are relics, a symbol of that which was. I... More > visit the graveyard from time to time and every once in a while a stone will catch my minds-eye and the past appears before me like a ghost that rises from a long forgotten grave. There is one ghost that stays forever by my side. It haunts me like a shadow that is glued to my skin. It will never leave me until I become a ghost, forever silenced in that forgotten field of hallowed dirt.
Late afternoon. June Fourth, 1966. I took the life of my best friend. He was twelve years old. His name was Tony Ruminello, but everybody, including his parents, called him 'Tater'. His demise would precipitate my suicide. I would waste most of my life in perpetual deception, until I finally seized the moment and gathered the courage to deal with the inevitable consequences of my actions.< Less
Anyone who grew up during the time when the tumultuous 1960's gave way to the cynical 70's will relate to this strange and wonderful saga. The two central characters are polar opposites in almost... More > every conceivable way but are nonetheless bound together by forces both marvelous and terrible. This is a story of coming of age, of life and death, written on the landscape of an America where everything was brighter, louder, uglier and more beautiful than ever before or since. In Bill Bice's first Novel, he caught lightning in a bottle. Read it and weep, and laugh, and remember-.By B.M. Apr 13, 2014- Huntsville, Alabama< Less