Thursday, June 18, 2009

Win A FREE Copy of POTTERY PETER


Hey Kids!

The filthiest, funnest story on the block this week is my foray into hot, sweaty, industrial-sized sex, Pottery Peter. It's so hot that I really am unable to post an excerpt here, for fear of burning up this blog.

Pottery Peter is a story that's somewhat autobiographical, inspired by two of my college summers spent working at Hall China, one of the oldest and best industrial potteries in the US. Just how much inspiration I got from working there, I'll leave to your imagination.

Unlike Pottery Peter, which leaves virtually nothing to the imagination.

To win your free download of the story (PDF format), all you have to do is:

1. Become a follower of this blog (see area at right); I check, so make sure you do this step.
2. Leave a comment below, preferably something saucy.


That's it! And if you can't wait for the contest to end, you can get your own Pottery Peter here for the bargain price of $2.25 (it's just a short story, after all).

And about that filthy excerpt, check it out here.

Here's a little bit about the story, to whet your appetite for Peter:

Josh, between his freshman and sophomore years of college, gets a job at the pottery, a place where sweaty men dressed in sleeveless T-shirts, with biceps glistening and bulging, hoist heavy molds and liquid clay.

For Josh, it’s an eye-opening summer, building his own muscles and falling in love for the very first time. But falling in love is never uncomplicated, especially when two hot men have caught Josh’s eye. Which one of them will claim Josh’s virgin territory? Will it be Dale, the heavy-metal blond God with the tattoos and rough demeanor? Or will Kevin, Josh’s beefy, red-haired Irish boss, steal his heart, along with a few other parts further south?

Come along for a ride during one long, hot summer where the job benefits for an aroused young man are way more than what Human Resources promised!

34 comments:

  1. Sounds like I should I read this one with my pants off.

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  2. It would, uh, facilitate your enjoyment of this very literary story.

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  3. Sheesh, Rick! I'm glad you gave us a warning about that excerpt. After reading it, I don't need another cup of coffee now, because it's already WAY too hot in here.

    Alex Morgan
    (aka Alan Scott)

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  4. I might be run out of Seattle if I'm preventing people from having coffee.

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  5. Ummm, yeah, definitely very HOT!!! I've love to read the book, hope I win but if not it's on my buy list now.

    Lily ;)

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  6. I always wondered why Fiestaware made me hard -- now theres a clue! ;)

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  7. If Rick terms it smutty, I can't wait to read this!:)

    Frost

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  8. Just reading the excerpt got me a little excited about things pottery ... wondering whether Kevin (thank God for redheads!!!) would make housecalls to check out my "territory" and see what he recommends ;)

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  9. Sounds great Rick--will I have to tone down a review? We need someone like Kevin in Arkansas. If you want to send me a review copy, drop me aline at my regular email. I have an ew mailing address.
    alassenamos@yahoo.com

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  10. Oh yum! sounds great!

    lauren.mcintyre@yahoo.com

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  11. Good God that looks fab. Gives a whole new meaning to ball clay...

    Congratulations on the release!
    (and even THAT sounds smutty now...LOL)
    ^_~

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  12. Whoa!! What exactly does this 'Peter' do with his Pottery?!?! I'm licking my lips with anticipation... Tell me something naughty, Rick!

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  13. The story Im sure will be as saucy as you Rick I love your naughty mind I cant wait to 1 day read it. I keep telling you you are gunna break my bank when i can once again afford to buy your books.

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  14. Rick as usual you have my interest and the imagination going
    boys bent over piles of pottery, you had me at China

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  15. Hehehe! Smut. Who can argue with that? I'm working on my first m/m romance novel, so I hope I win so I can see how it's done. *grin* It irks the ever-loving hell out of me to read m/m and be able to tell that a woman wrote it one-handed. The reverse is also true with f/f. Erotica may be meant to be read one-handed, but character, style and grammar are still important.

    ~Saranna

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  16. Ok reading this is probably going to get me hot teehee... not fair , my husband is not home to benifit from it, lol

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  17. Won't hubby be home later? Delayed gratification, you know.

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  18. Did it just get hot in here. Need a cold shower. ;)

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  19. Now I have to take a cold shower.....anyone want to do my back?

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  20. I cannot wait to live your memories in my future!

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  21. A new book? Woo Hoo! Can't wait to read this one.

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  22. Pottery sounds HOT. All that clay and, well clay and it's wet and stuff.

    I love dirty stories. I'll definitely read this one, perhaps in the sauna at Bally's.

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  23. Okay, I saw the aliens getting hot so how in Hell are us mere mortals supposed to handle this. Uh, forget I said that. LOL Congratulations Rick. Here's to mountains of sales!

    Hugs

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  24. congrats on the release cant wait to read more

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  25. Oh my... gonna have to take care of a little issue now.

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  26. Well, Rick, you've managed to cause hard feelings yet again.

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  27. We have a winner! Jimbo is the winner of a download of POTTERY PETER. I'll be in touch with you soon, Jim, with details.

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  28. Being a writer of the erotica I just love you read the `view` from the male perspective. !!

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  29. Ok above is Elizabeth Davies..........know me Rick ??

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  30. Of course, Elizabeth. We're both MySpace and Facebook pals!

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  31. Hot, blazing hot, like a Raku pot. The cover art alone is worth several longing looks.

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  32. I have a new perspective for my Hall china collection!!!

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