Monday, December 12, 2016

Fourplay Fetish Feature: Introducing Josh Randell

With the holidays looming large, I started looking back on the year and realized it has been a very long time since I last did a Fourplay Fetish Feature, which sees us dedicate 4 consecutive days to showcasing an author who has intrigued or excited me.

This month I am delighted to introduce you to Josh Randell, who has graciously agreed to stop by and take part.

Josh started writing his stories because he wanted to read them, and couldn't find any that fit his desires. All his stories involve MtF trans women and a man that falls for them. The men is always a top, and the women always be a bottom. He doesn't write about humiliation, and there is no name calling or disrespect in his short reads. 

He writes erotic fiction; fantasy that should be taken as such. He enjoys them because they're fun and light and kind of hot. He likes the femininity of transsexual women, the way they try harder to be feminine, and seem more proud of their status than a natural born woman. He's not old fashioned in terms of gender roles, but does believe in manners and chivalry.

On a personal note, he loves hockey and nature, and enjoys DIY projects, building things with his hands, and getting out for a hike or an occasional bit of camping

You can follow Josh on Goodreads and Pinterest.

Josh Randell only began publishing a few months ago, with The Lake: A TG Romance serving as his debut, and then The Stop and The Flat coming in short order, but he has already put together a nice shelf of romantic, erotic, trans-positive reads.

As a new author he hasn't received a lot of reviews yet, but The Job, The Laundromat, and The Campsite have all been well-received on Goodreads and Amazon.

To kick things off this week, I will be reviewing Josh's first three stories, before diving into some of his more recent books.

Please do join me in making Josh Randell feel welcome!

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