Pinochle or Strip Poker?

Pinochle or Strip Poker?

by Ernest Winchester
     
 

In the last story of this card playing foursome, I presented what I considered a silly little tale of a card game switch that teased of nothing more than a titillating amusement. But one reviewer’s prodding has enticed me to expand the story into something the players had secretly desired all along. So I bow to all five and give you this expanded erotic

Overview

In the last story of this card playing foursome, I presented what I considered a silly little tale of a card game switch that teased of nothing more than a titillating amusement. But one reviewer’s prodding has enticed me to expand the story into something the players had secretly desired all along. So I bow to all five and give you this expanded erotic endeavor.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011316425
Publisher:
Ernest Winchester
Publication date:
05/25/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
242,037
File size:
131 KB

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I must in all honesty, update this entry, for I stumbled onto the magic key to post a story on Smashwords. It was operator error not one of the poltergeist that I’m sure came preloaded in my computer that prevents me from getting what I want from it. For those of you who didn’t read this bio before—which I’m sure includes the rest of the world’s population—I repeat: I am an old man who loves to write. I started decades ago—the exact number is irrelevant—on a cast iron framed manual typewriter that would now serve little purpose beyond a boat anchor. I love composing fiction on the computer, mainly because of the spell check feature. Why someone who can’t spell worth a damn wants to write, I’ll never be able to explain. I take solace in the knowledge that some well-known writers throughout history were so afflicted. However, I must confess, that is about as far as I can go into this—to me—frightening world of cyberspace. I don’t have accounts on face book (wouldn’t touch it with a ten-foot pole. Almost nightly the news is filled with stories of people murdered by people they have contacted there.) I feel the same way about Myspace, a blog or personal web site. I don’t tweet or twit or what ever that is. That really seems silly--just call them and talk! So I’ll be contented to write and enjoy retirement until the final heartbeat or wayward city buss runs me over.


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