Obviously, this book is dumb fun. It began as a joke and continues to be one, but the first Sex Bear had enough response it warranted a return. If you’re looking for the id run wild, for a quick pep in your step, and a laughable distraction as you march into the daily routine of survival, this book may be for you. You can find it right here. If you’d like to read the first, you can find it right here for only 99 cents (or free on Kindle Unlimited). And just like the first book, this one is full of ridiculous pictures. So there’s that.
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Maybe join is the wrong word. Sex Bear: The Legend Continues was created on a hot, sweaty night in the summer of 2015. The two men who created Sex Bear love each other very much and formed together as Monsieur Loads. And another man, who will remain incognito, coined the name for the then fledgling company that would become New Kink.
So technically, Sex Bear is the first love child of this unholy enterprise.
Now, we could talk about Sex Bear but I think it would be better to show you what other folks are saying. Here’s a review from a very nice lady on goodreads. She’d come across the book thanks to our good friend Arthur Graham.
Now, we’re all very busy but we’d like to show you the second coming of Sex Bear. Just like the first, it is full of laughs and over-the-top images that may make you reconsider suicide on yet another Shit Monday on Shit Earth. Raiiiiiinboooows. Poop boobs. Doody Knockers.
The latest anthology compiled by our very own John Bruni. The Kindle has just gone live and can be found here, and while the print version syncs to Amazon (if you just can’t contain yourself) you can get it direct from the printer here.
Now, the curtains draw back and reveal the authors responsible for this unholy enterprise. We proudly present…
*We met Rachel Thorne at BizarroCon in Portland, Oregon. We were totally impressed with her pitch at the workshop and her thoughts on erotica and writing. And as things happen, she started doing interviews for us. Nice, eh?*
Rachel Thorne: Hey John! I absolutely loved Dong of Frankenstein! Frankenstein is one of my favorite books, and I love that you explored the gay subtext that is so obviously there.
Have you written erotica before?
John Bruni: I’m glad you liked it! As far as writing erotica, I’ve done a few things in the past under pen names, but nothing big. This is the first time I’ve done it under my own name.
RT: So what was your inspiration for the book? Why did you decide to write a Frankenstein erotica?
JB: Dong of Frankenstein came to me in an unusual way. Normally the story idea arrives first, and the title occurs to me when I sit down to write the story. I’d been invited to take part in a monster porn imprint, but I didn’t really have any monster porn ideas. Then one day, out of the blue, I’m taking a shower and the title Dong of Frankenstein appeared in my head. I couldn’t stop laughing. I had to write something about that. I just had to make sure no one thought of it yet. Shockingly, after a Google search, I determined no one had done something like that. It pleased me to be the first.