Oddly enough, I never wrote a synopsis for this story because I targeted it directly for Rose Caraway‘s latest anthology, For The Men And The Women Who Love Them. The book has been out for a while now it its various forms of ebook, paperback, and audiobook. Rose and many of the other authors have been flooding social media with their love for this project, including photos, blog posts, and interviews.
I’m very happy to announce that Rose released Wayward Drift as an episode for The Kiss Me Quick’s Erotica Podcast.
I’ve done my fair share of tweeting and posting about the project, but not with extreme veracity that some of my other friends have done. I wrote a quick snippet on world building for Rose’s Tumblr, and I hope other writers find it useful. Emmanuelle de Maupassant has been giving readers a ton of insight on this project with a number of articles and interviews about the authors and their contributions to For the Men And The Women Who Love Them. I’m fortunate to have been mentioned in her post about the anthology’s stories that indulge in fantasies with unusual settings.
If you are a fan of my erotic science fiction, then you should enjoy Wayward Drift. It takes place in the same universe at Terminal Affair, and indirectly ties into Black Sun Bound. One day, some day, I have plans to write a story that ties all of these stories together.