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Selling Memories By tama gibb
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Jesse has lived a full life, one of passion and adventure. Sometimes the only thing that keeps you from happiness are the memories.
DRAG KING GUIDE, So you want to be a Male Impersonator By Infamous Todd Kachinski Kottmeier
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No person in LGBT history created more books on the craft of male and female impersonation than Todd Kachinski Kottmeier, truly the drag historian. The library of resource books, written by thousands... More > of performers around the world, garnered eleven world records and broke ground on topics as widespread as mentoring to the steps to winning a crown. The Official Drag Handbook, DRAG411's The Forum, Crown Me!, Drag Bully, Drag Parents, Drag Stories, Joey Brooks, The Show Must Go On, Best Said Dead, Following Wynter, Dirty Little Secrets, Turn Around Bright Eyes, The Hunt for The Drag Queen Killer and Second Ovation carry his name on the title. The DRAG GUIDE is a two-book set by over 250 performers, divided faintly into book one for Kings, book two for Queens. The name, “Drag,” marginally used is the most common phrase accepted by the most amount of entertainers. A term the contributors voted en masse, though the title also uses the softer and more appropriate term of impersonator.< Less
Fevered Imaginings & Disparate Dreams By Jeff Longren
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A short collection of erotica written from the point of view of the protagonist, each detailing an scene realistically achieved.
Jacket # 3 Part 1 By John Strickland
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“John Strickland’s Best Story to Date” “Layer after Layer are Pulled Back to Expose Character Souls and Truths” John Strickland is back! This time the master of the... More > straitjacket story takes us on a new journey into the heart of the Northfield Maximum Security Prison. In a prison where political correctness does not apply, some of the extreme prisoners are not referred to by their inmate number, more by the straitjacket that confines them on a daily basis. This is Part one of a two part story.< Less