Nothing says ‘I love you’ like Loki’s leer…

“What I want from you, I take, and what you want to give me – I take that, too.” Loki’s leer is available at Amazon.com.

“What I want from you, I take, and what you want to give me – I take that, too.”Loki’s leer is available at Amazon.com.

It’s Friday, and Loki has a new love letter for Sigyn: Loki’s leer.

It’s another deeply-plotted romance: Sigyn dances for Loki, they couple, they couple some more. But the theme is quite a bit more interesting: Sigyn can’t conquer Loki, even when she takes him on with her very best weapon, her beauty.

I love to watch you dance for me.

That seems like a self-centered love, even for me, and I have a track record for getting what I want out of you. But I know you like it, too, for your own self-centered reasons. There is within you a winsome little wanton who loves for me to leer at her. You know it practically hurts me to look at you, and I think you have the idea you can slay me utterly me with your beauty.

So dress up for me. I like that red satin bra of yours. It’s a shame to hide your breasts, but at least it hides them breathtakingly. Vegas pants, of course. I never want for you to wear anything else Continue reading

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Masculine leadership in marriage implies philosophical erotica. Get some FREE – for now…

“If you live your life with a quiet dignity, you can have huge, illimitable orgasms in public, and no one will suspect a thing.”

“If you live your life with a quiet dignity, you can have huge, illimitable orgasms in public, and no one will suspect a thing.”

Consider just this much, a man in love writing to his wife:
If you live your life with a quiet dignity, you can have huge, illimitable orgasms in public, and no one will suspect a thing.

Just a nothing little notion, but it kind of zooms-in the lens of concentration, doesn’t it?

I think that’s fun, Loki’s kind of fun. It’s drawn from Loki’s leadership, an exceptionally short Kindle book of romantic erotica you can get for free from now until Saturday. That little book is part of the Loki’s Love Letters series of stories, which you can have delivered to your email box every Friday morning.

What’s the agenda? For me, marriage. I’m showing you a good marriage by showing you the very best of it, the love-making. For men, Loki will tell you some very enthralling stories about masculinity in marriage. For women, Loki’s love for Sigyn and hers for him will make worlds vanish. Theirs is a love of friendship and caring and family, but it is very much a romantic love, and it is Continue reading

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The perfect morning blowjob in seven easy steps.

Ladies: When your man presents himself at your bedside, showered, shaved and proudly naked, he wants to ejaculate.

Ladies: When your man presents himself at your bedside, showered, shaved and proudly naked, he wants to ejaculate.

This is written as a procedure for guys, a step-by-step stairway to heaven. The stuff within brackets is commentary. Skip it if you’re just trying to get the job done.

What makes me the expert on fellatio at first light? Nothing. We’re just an ordinary middle-aged, middle-class American married couple. But we have a very good marriage, and a very good sex life together. If you don’t share in those blessings, I can show you how you can – as soon as tomorrow morning.

And take note that I plan to talk about adult subject matter in a frank and lusty manner. If you have stunted your mental growth, you should spare yourself the agony of discovering what grown-ups do when they’re alone and naked together.

So: By the numbers:

  1. Get up early.

    [I mean early enough to get your own day started without feeling any stress, so leave time for your email or your workout or whatever. You’re going to be getting her up a little early, too, but you’ll finish snuggling in a state of ecstatic drowsiness, so she should be on-board with Continue reading

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When nothing happens and everything changes, that’s my kind of love story…

“You can only scandalize children and spook horses if you are trying to draw attention to your behavior. If you live your life with a quiet dignity, you can have huge, illimitable orgasms in public, and no one will suspect a thing.”

“You can only scandalize children and spook horses if you are trying to draw attention to your behavior. If you live your life with a quiet dignity, you can have huge, illimitable orgasms in public, and no one will suspect a thing.”

How’s this for a story?

A man and his wife take a stroll through a casino in Downtown Las Vegas. Mainly they just meander slowly, stopping now and then. Because the crowd is so thick and the aisles so narrow, they mainly have to walk single file, so he hardly even looks at her. In the end, he turns to her and they kiss. The end.

Big yawn?

Wanna bet?

That’s the plot to the sexiest story you’ll read this year, and I’m proving that claim in this extract from Loki’s leadership (WARNING: Not safe for work, for children or for frail sensibilities):

I’m going to keep kissing you. I could live forever kissing you, because being joined to you is a world without time. But I’m going to grope you, too, because touching you is a time without any world but us. So my left hand is on your behind, palming you like a basketball, my strong fingers gripping you Continue reading

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The SplendorQuest continues with Loki the Trickster as a Treetop Flyer…

Today I’m just another not-quite-starving artist, but tomorrow… Tomorrow I am a publisher.

Watch this space…

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Oxford’s Torment: The Latest Chapter in the Shakespeare Mystery.

If the rose were a pose, how sweet would that smell?

If the rose were a pose, how sweet would that smell?

The enduring mystery of William Shakespeare, poet and playwright, has become a little less mysterious.

It may be that we can never fully plumb the genius of our ever-living Bard, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t muck around in the basement. You never know what you’ll find down there.

Witness: We now have in our possession the long hypothesized ‘lost works’ of Edward de Vere, Seventeenth Earl of Oxford. Oxford has been regarded by heretics and assorted lunatics as the true author of the works of Shakespeare. This myth can finally be laid to rest.

Marvel at the genius of Shakespeare! Defenders of the Swan of Avon have always been hard put to explain how a glove-maker’s son from a provincial back-water – a man who may not even have known how to read – could have written the sublime corpus we know as The Works of William Shakespeare. What life experiences led the glove-maker’s son to his subject matter? What intensive education lent him his deep erudition? How can the paired and parallel sonnet cycles be reconciled with his seemingly mundane life history?

Literary scholars almost always attempt to excavate Continue reading

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Can’t get your baby what she wants for #ValentinesDay? Give her #poetry instead.

This is what she really wants. This is masculine leadership, and this is evangelizing egoism, both because this is egoism in action.

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