Men in Peril III

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The Nazca Plains Corporatio, Sep 28, 2010 - Fiction - 168 pages
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Someone like Christopher Trevor is able to embellish a situation and bring life and vivid colors to it. He can really make me sing my song of laughter whenever he puts me in a ticklish tale and predicament. Since reading stories like Christopher Trevor's and then starring in some of them, as I have once again starred in two of them in this book you are holding, I realize how the hand (and fingers) of the right guy or gal really stimulates me. -Timmy Backman- Christopher has portrayed a very convincing and human character analysis of men and when they are imperiled, and his inner conflict of starting to give over his own self to another's control and to re-develop his inner longings, and fears in order to make himself a stronger person from it. Sexuality itself was a secondary issue in the case of this book. -Master Jeff-

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About the author (2010)

Christopher Trevor was born in July 1963 and grew up in New York City. As soon as he was old enough to know how he began writing fiction and has been writing gay erotic/fetish stories for the past ten to twelve years at this point. He became an avid reader as well from the time he knew how and reads everything from fiction, to non-fiction to biographies of interesting and unusual people, people who have made a difference or who have paved the way for others. Christopher attributes his writing artistic inspiration to artists such as Etienne, Tom of Finland, Tagame, The Hun, and most notably Joe T, who Christopher has had the pleasure of speaking with and even meeting over the last few years. Christopher states, "Joe T encouraged me to write about my fetish because I was embarrassed about it at the time. Joe T said that when we are embarrassed about something that makes it even more enticing somehow." Christopher totally agreed and never stopped writing in this genre. Erotic writers who inspired Christopher Trevor were: Tom Shaw (author of "That Day at the Quarry), C.S. White (author of Big Sur), Larry Townsend (author of countless erotic novels), and Mason Powell (author of the classic story "The Brig.") Christopher discovered that not only did he enjoy writing erotic tales but that after his first bondage experience he had a genuine flair for it. Writing to erotic oriented magazines about his first bondage experience truly opened the floodgates for Christopher where this style of writing is concerned. Christopher thanks the handsome and muscular "Greg" for that experience way back in time. Christopher took "Creative Writing" courses every semester during his high school years and while other friends of his stopped writing what they loved to write about as time went on Christopher never let a day go by when he didn't write something... "I feel that if I don't write every day I will die," Christopher has said many times over. Foot fetish stories and all things related; spanking fetish, erotic shaving, muscle bondage, tickle torture, and hardcore stories are just a few of the areas of gay eroticism that Christopher enjoys writing about and inspiring in others as well.

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