Operation F.U.T.A.

Terrie is a Martian spy. She’s also a woman—her futanari member has yet to pop in.

That makes her the perfect candidate to pose as a reporter and infiltrate Japan’s top secret institute for futanari research and help steal a cloned futanari body. Simple, right?

Unfortunately for Terrie, along the way she faces a horny supervisor, a kinky airline stewardess, and a room full of eager futanari ready for the adult version of a group hug.

All this and more in Operation F.U.T.A. — a 20,000-word erotic epic of sci-fi, futanari, smutpunk, fetish, and kink!

Operation F.U.T.A.– out now!

Preview and comment, after the jump…

Continue reading

Interview: Erotica Author Reed James

If you’ve been reading futa, lesbian, and other erotica on Amazon, you’ve likely encountered the name of Reed James. One of the more prolific authors on the market, he’s also one of the best, never failing to disappoint or deliver.

He agreed to do a Q+A style interview with my blog, so here goes! We talk about marketing, writing, and the Aphrodite Sisterhood universe where his stories take place.

Q: You’re one of the most prolific and successful authors of transgender erotica out there. What’s the secret to your amazing output?

Continue reading

Futa Show & Freebie Fridays

Just a word to the wise, if you’re not already aware…

Every Friday, Bending the Bookshelf posts an update that highlights all of the new releases in the Transgender erotica category.

And wouldn’t you know it, one of my own books is available for FREE this weekend, too! It’s FUTA SHOW: Can he resist the kinky futanari game show?, possibly the craziest Japanese game show you’ve ever read about.

Kinky gameshows aside, the Freebie Friday posts are a great timesaver to find what’s new and an excellent way to stock up on some weekend reading. Or skimming. Or fapping. As the case may be.

Now where did I leave my Kindle?

BENDING THE BOOKSHELF

The Reviews Are In!

It’s rare for erotica to receive a formal, professional review, let alone one in a print magazine. For the most part, the feedback we do receive comes straight from readers via Amazon, Goodreads, and social media. That’s why it’s so exciting for me to announce that the current issue of Transformation Magazine includes a one page review of Sissy Pack!

If you’re not familiar with the magazine, its tagline is The Future of Gender and it’s the number one-selling print magazine in the US.

Continue reading

What’s a futanari and why should you care?

futapost06

Prina the Dungeoneering Princess, from Rebis Dungeon

I’ve written several erotica stories starring futanari characters, genuine futanari too, fitting the hentai definition. They are also exclusively Japanese, at least so far. Characters of other nationalities of course can be futanari, but to me the concept, the idea is so closely linked to the Japanese hentai from which it derives, that when I sat down to write a futanari story, it felt natural to me to set it in science fiction Japan where futanari could become a reality.

And I used science fiction to make futanari “real”, because futanari are not real. They only exist in fiction, in stories that suspend disbelief in some way. That’s what I want to clarify in this post: what a futanari is, why it should not be used interchangeably with transgender, transsexual, newhalf, kahoey or similar terms, and why it shouldn’t (if one stays faithful to the source) be considered offensive. Futanari is a concept closely related to transgender issues but ultimately is tangential to it, because it is not reflective of real world experience and is not intended to be.
Continue reading