As our special gift to you, a special holiday issue featuring all of the writers whose work we’ve been hanging onto far too long. I’m really sorry about that. And bam, just like that we’re all caught up. Thanks for everyone’s love and support this year, I only hope this makes things a little brighterContinue reading “Happy Holidays from Pink Litter”
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We hope you have a great one! XOXOMisty
We’re all about sharing something new with you our devoted followers, and today we’re proud to announce that long-time contributor Ty Spencer Vossler and Pink Litter have teamed up to produce, well, “Producer“, a tale about lovely wife Lucia and her husband who trade cash for a professional fucking by one of the adult filmContinue reading ““Producer” by Ty Spencer Vossler now available on Payhip”
We’ve been “virtually” silent these last few months but we’ve rededicated ourselves to the task and the honor it is to bring you the best “stuff”…whatever that happens to be. We have a great stockpile of writing that we’re working on getting out. So, we appreciate your continued interest and wish you all the bestContinue reading “Happy Holidays from Pink Litter!”
Chapter Ten: Big Trouble I moved in with John in Phoenix, saying goodbye to Reno and all the wild fun I had there. Things were going great between John and me. In fact, I was six months pregnant with our first child! The sex has been amazing, and my insatiable man probably enjoyed it evenContinue reading “Delicate Tornado Part Ten: Big Trouble”
Getting Serious Fate will not and cannot be denied, that’s why you learn to take the good with the bad. And most of it is good. Really really good. You just have to let it happen. After the incident with the sheriff, I decided to focus all my energy into getting my real estate licenseContinue reading “Delicate Tornado Part Nine: Getting Serious”
Long Arm of the Law There can be so much kindness in strangers, such undeserved kindness, that it sends you sailing back on course, rescuing you from terrible jaws, before it truly is too late to turn back. Some people call them angels. Connie and I were having a blast in Reno, playing our littleContinue reading “Delicate Tornado Part Eight: Long Arm of the Law”