Posted By lantoniou on December 4, 2013
My instructions were simple. Pull up, do some jolly laughing, receive the bag of presents they’d already gathered, sit in the bootblack chair and listen to some Santa wishes. Take pictures. Hand each boy a present. Then ho fucking ho my way out. In return I would get everlasting love and devotion, blah, blah, blah.
And sure enough, the boy was right outside the bar, big red velvet bag in hand when I pulled up. I had enough time to fasten on the beard, slip on my reading glasses and shove the hat over my naturally white hair before the bar door opened and some of the clubmembers piled out to welcome me.
That begins one of my two holiday-themed stories, about an indulgent Daddy who dresses up as Santa for her boy’s leather club holiday party. I’m letting you read it for free at the Circlet Press site, along with other naughty tales of holiday cheer. If you like more holiday erotica, the story is also part of a fun collection called “Jingle Balls,” available for just $2.99 at the Circlet.com website.
For additional gift-giving on the cheap, I have a 99 cent story I wrote last year. It’s my most sentimental tale, and it takes place during the World War One, during the Christmas Truce of 1914. During this truce, the soldiers on both sides put down their weapons, and shared in food, drink, and caroling (true story! The photo to the left was taken during the Truce). My story suggests that one or two soldiers might have also shared a bit more. You can purchase Christmas Truce for your e-book reader here.
If you are still looking for gifts to give, I encourage you to stop by my online store and pick up some trinkets for Yule, Christmas, Kwanzaa, Three Kings Day, and whatever holidays you celebrate this time of year. I also have a Cafe Press store, with clothing and other items with Marketplace-themed sayings, and of course, my “Middle-Aged Guard” logo.
‘Tis the season for well-wishing, gift-giving, and looking forward to a New Year. I want to thank my readers and fans for making 2013 such a wonderful year, and I hope to be offering you many new gifts – including a brand new Marketplace novel – in 2014.