has worked in the adult industry for over 15 years. During this time,
he has assisted countless people with exploring their healthy sexual
needs, questions, and lifestyles. He has trained as a dungeon master,
worked for a notorious Hollywood Madame as a consultant and as a talent
agent for the adult film industry.
1. What made you decide to start writing?
2. How did you come up with the characters in your books?
usually have an idea and as I start writing the characters come and visit.
3. Do you relate to any of the experiences in your books?
all of those things.
4. Which book did you enjoy writing the most?
of The Incident and Dock was super fun.
5. Out of all the places you contribute columns and advice which is your
of people and I love that aspect of it.
6. Over the last 15 years how has the adult industry changed?
system. There are several major
production companies running things and then a bunch of rogue people with
handhelds undermining the structure.
It’s a strange business. I left
that side of things in 2007 and what I noticed was a more aggressive style of
direction coming into play and I wasn’t a fan of that style.
7. You’ve gotten multiple degrees, which one was the hardest to get?
difficult because I was so much older and working full time.
8. What is your favorite place to go to write?
9. Do you read a lot?
10. What is your favorite type of books to read and authors?
struggling to get into any of them. But
I do love any fiction that takes place in the 1900’s.
11. How do you like living in California?
except Patagonia. I love LA.
12. Do you have any hobbies?
13. If you could go anywhere in the world where would you go?
14. If you could spend the day with someone who would it be? (Dead or Alive)
15. What advice would you give to other people who want to become adult
industry writers or advice people?
Umm, think twice.
your spurs on.