The Rumours aren’t True

The Rumours aren’t true—I’m not dead.

But it has been a while since I’ve been able to update you guys on what’s going on in my world. Usual excuses, real life, blah, blah, blah.  But it’s time I did make the effort to fill you all in on what’s been going on in the world of Nobbs.

Last time I updated, I’d been reallocating some of the short stories I originally wrote under the name Knobbie Knobbs back to that name on Amazon and making them available as part of Kindle Unlimited subscriptions. I’d also released a new short story called The Slumber Party under the pseudonym Phil McCavity, and announced that I intended to release more short stories under a series of different names.

Well, since then, I’ve only been able to get one new story out there. Banging my Teammates, is now available from Amazon as part of Kindle Unlimited, released under the name C.N. Lingus. It’s a cute little story about a couple who get a little wild at a house party with the husband’s football team.

My intention behind writing it was to explore the way a man might feel watching his wife have sex with another man—with multiple other men, actually. This is something that will be important for The Truths We Live going forward.

That’s actually my main reason for the new pen names—they give me a chance to ‘experiment’.

The other thing I’ve done since my last post, is that I’ve pulled both A Good Man and A Tortured Soul from Smashwords, which means they are gone from Apple iBooks and B&N too, and from Google Play Store. In case you hadn’t guessed, this means I’ve been able to add both books to the Kindle Unlimited program. So if you haven’t already read these two books, these two heart-wrenching books, and you happen to have a KU subscription, you really have no excuse. Go read them now.

In terms of new work, I’m slowly making some progress with the third Paul Robertson book. Called A Wounded HeartI’m aiming to have a first draft finished by the end of the year.

There, I’ve said it. I’ve set my self a dead-line. Let’s see if I meet it.

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