A Nude Reading: The Feral Girl

What better way to read a book about a naked hero (Thelana) than by doing it naked? (OK, I am basically naked 24/7 at home) but that's neither here nor there. What really matters here is the story ..., and The Feral Girl delivers. It's been called my most accomplished novel to date, following Ages... Continue Reading →

Cypress Cove Review: A+++

This Memorial Day weekend, I was invited to host a book signing event forĀ The Feral Girl at Cypress Cove Nudist Resort, and it all went splendily. I had many pleasant conversations with guests and I sold every copy I'd brought but two. Nudist Gandalf and head librarian, Paul LeValley, also added my books to theĀ American... Continue Reading →

Naturism: The Cure for Civilization

OK, I admit, that is a lofty title, and probably not worthy of what you are about to read. Someday, I'll pen a book called The Cure for Civilization (TM), but for now, let me explain what I mean by "civilization." Too often, this complex, messy world we live in---this life geared toward comfort and... Continue Reading →

Sneak Peek: Learning to Fish

Here's a sneak peek at a scene from my upcoming naturist survival novel, The Feral Girl, with artwork by JIBBO. From left to right: Jarvn, Amina, Anja, and Bryseis The Potamis branched across a skein of increasingly diminishing streams, tumbling white and foaming into countless shallow pools, the stones churning the water into froth. Here... Continue Reading →

Living the Naked Life

Truth is . . . the nudist life isn't really that strange, it's just naked-er. Like most people, I wake up, check my phone, hit the bathroom, and make breakfast. After coffee, I do the dishes and take out the trash, then flip open my laptop to work on my book. The only difference between... Continue Reading →

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