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Apr 16 2013

“Three things she wanted to do”: Excerpt from “Bending: Dirty Kinky Stories About Pain, Power, Religion, Unicorns, & More”

Bending coverExcerpt from “Craig’s List,” one of the stories from “Bending: Dirty Kinky Stories About Pain, Power, Religion, Unicorns, & More.” Now for sale on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords!

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On her 24th birthday, she decided there were three things she wanted to do before she turned 25. Sexual things. All three involved taking stupid risks, putting her body into the hands of people she knew nothing about and had no reason to trust. All three involved Craig’s List.

She knew she had to do them now. The older she got, the less reckless she’d become. She knew that if she waited until she was 30, she wouldn’t be brave enough, or stupid enough, to try this. And she knew she’d always regret it if she didn’t try.

The first one, she called Craig’s List Roulette. She would go to the Casual Encounters ads, the Men Seeking Women section. She would pick an ad at random. No matter what it said, she would answer it. Unless she was literally and physically unable to comply with the ad’s request, she would answer it.

She would use a random number generator, so she couldn’t cheat.

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If this intrigues you, check out the rest of the book! Now for sale on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords!

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    brucegee1962

    So if we don’t have a kindle, a nook, an ipad, or anything capable of running apps — just a plain old fashioned PC — is there any way to buy this?

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    Marcus Ranum

    @brucegee1962 – Amazon has a downloadable Kindle reader client for Windows.

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    fwtbc

    So if we don’t have a kindle, a nook, an ipad, or anything capable of running apps — just a plain old fashioned PC — is there any way to buy this?

    Smashwords offer the book in a variety of formats, several of which you should be able to read on your PC without any additional software. I’d recommend you get the epub version and use the EPUBReader addon for firefox for a light-weight and low-effort solution that still takes advantage of ebook features. Smashwords will let you download the book in as many of the different formats they have available as you like, so you can see what works best for you.

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    Jake Hamby

    Purchased Kindle books are also readable from any Web browser at read.amazon.com. Web browsers with good offline support (Chrome, Firefox, and Safari) will let you pin and download books for offline reading. You can try out the reader with the free preview versions of books to see if you like it.

    No love for the Google Play store, though? I’m a bit biased because I work at Google, but I do slightly prefer the Google web ebook reader to the Kindle one (and the prices are often identical when books are available in both stores).

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