What’s Serious M2M Erotic Fiction? It’s “Huckleberry Finn” If Huck and Jim Got it On

What’s Serious M2M Erotic Fiction? It’s “Huckleberry Finn” If Huck and Jim Got it On

For info on my gay erotic fiction, visit rpandrewsgayfiction.com on your laptop or gay-erotic-fiction.com for a mobile-friendly format.

Most literary scholars agree Mark Twain’s “Huckleberry Finn” ranks as America’s first true novel. Now if Twain had a bent toward the kinky and Huck and Jim was doin’ instead of just talkin’, it might have ended up as America’s first great gay erotic novel.

Unlike gay “get up and get off” prose, serious M2M erotic fiction has convoluted plots, complex characters, and plenty of sweaty sex. Lots of people are writing it these days, including women (God bless ‘em! – guess the guys out there are just doing it).

So what separates me from most of them?

The stuff I write I lived.

Not most it.

All of it.

But those of you who have followed my postings know that already.

I’ve lived in the gay ghettos of New York, L.A., and Fort Lauderdale, played in San Francisco’s South of Market and Chicago’s Halsted, all locales for my books, at the height of their wickedness. Been a paid escort, done porn, yea, done drugs, all for my art of course. Seen Gay Liberation take root, survived the AIDS crisis, and played the web and phone apps like a Vegas gambler. All while fucking and fisting men from well-heeled Mafia contractors to meth head losers from across the country and around the world, and having a couch potato sports junkie partner longer than most American marriages have lasted.


Yea, I’ve been a busy boy and I’ve been a bad boy. A real bad boy.

But hey, only bad boys know how to write great erotic gay fiction.

For a taste of what I’m talking about, check out my newest novel of deceit, betrayal, and self-discovery, “The Czar of Wilton Manors.” It’s Peyton Place, South Florida style. From Kokoro Press. On Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

Or my new romantic novella, “Not in it For The Love,” a nostalgic look at the NYC gay scene of the nineties when there was still some fun left in the Big Apple. From Totally Bound Press and Amazon.

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