The latest naturist fiction anthology is now out and selling well after four days. I have to admit that it takes a lot of work from a lot of hands to make a book like this to come to market. Not only do a collective of writers need to write the short stories, there needs to be a team of editors, an artist, and a publisher working together while listening to the chorus of voices of the authors. When done well, the result gets to be appreciated by readers around the world. And, as of this moment of writing, the audience is already impressive from a sales point of view. And that is a good thing as all the profits go to support the Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders charity.
On a different note, my latest naturist fiction novel is now out. I was released two weeks ago and is doing well for that short time with both eBook and paperback sales. The book was written featuring my adult grandsons and their girlfriends as the main characters. Yes, a naturist fiction novel for grandchildren – LOL! Now, if you think about it, this is also part of the “normalising naturism” movement. With my work with both the anthology and the novel now finished, I am just about ready to return to an ongoing work that is non-fiction, as well as a Sci-Fi novel for another grandson. That said, it will likely be another month before I get to spend much time on either project as “tis the season” for time with family and friends. I will be back just before Christmas to share one more post before the New Year.
With that said, don’t hesitate to buy either or both books featured in today’s post.
Holiday in the Nudist Colony – an anthology of naturist fiction short stories in paperback.
Holiday in the Nudist Colony – the eBook link
Aliens Among Us – naturist fiction that is a combination of science fiction and speculative fiction in both paperback and eBook formats.
Kudos go out to Will Forest and Ted Bun for editing the anthology, and to Fabien Barabé for the excellent covers for both books featured here today.