Time to Think

Time to Think

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by Rigby Taylor
     
 

Time To Think is an amusing, thoughtful and sexy collection of eight short tales about the human condition—and how some gays cope.

Sebastian and Reginald have a close encounter with visiting evangelists.

Robert is so influenced by his sexy cousin and a book he read he does something foolish that has disastrous consequences.

An unwelcome

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Time To Think is an amusing, thoughtful and sexy collection of eight short tales about the human condition—and how some gays cope.

Sebastian and Reginald have a close encounter with visiting evangelists.

Robert is so influenced by his sexy cousin and a book he read he does something foolish that has disastrous consequences.

An unwelcome visiting bore is startled into fearful flight by his host’s extempore philosophising.

To his parents slightly shocked surprise, a young man pursuing his eccentric pleasures is misunderstood by a lusty divorcee, and is only extricated from self-harm by discovering and accepting the rest of his character.

The utter boredom of Charlie’s life in a Nursing Home has been alleviated by the arrival of Mal… but there are problems to be solved.

In the not too distant future, an accidentally irradiated young man sires a very strange young child who teams up with his lover, an artificial insemination doctor to create a new species of human… Are they the forerunners of a brave new world? Or is it too late?

A middle-aged man has a run in with his obnoxious nephew over a singing cup which caused him great agony of spirit when he was a student.

After a shy youth is talked into spending a weekend with an older man, he develops a taste for sex and decides to seduce his Maths teacher; with amusing consequences.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940032859352
Publisher:
Rigby Taylor
Publication date:
11/08/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
344,975
File size:
233 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

My first quarter century has been recorded in what I hope is an amusing and edifying autobiography, "Dancing Bare". After travelling for a few more years around the world with my partner, I settled in New Zealand, became, as my mother might have said; a Jack of all trades but master of none...farmer, teacher, actor.... Growing tired of the cold, wet and wind of New Zealand, we moved to sub-tropical Australia where we live on several acres of forest. If you enjoy my books, please recommend them to others, and if you can be bothered, make my day by telling me. 😎 email: prethj@activ8.net.au

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Time to Think 2.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This doesnt even deserve one star its just incredibly boring
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The author seems incredibly angry at women in general. Full of little gems like "Yuck, don't make me barf! I could barely stand touching her c*nt and t*ts, much less put them in my mouth!" And men complainig about how useless women are. According to the author, it's wrong to hate gay people, but totally okay to hate women. What a hypocrite.