A trio of amuse-bouches about women with untrammeled appetites.
1) "Welcoming the Neighbor" -- Women may rightly feel suspicious when their guys suddenly develop an interest in chores: here, our married male narrator takes to washing the dishes more than is..." Darren
"Anti-bullying campaigns in high school appear to be having a positive effect -- the problem is taken seriously now, at least. But the problem isn't like polio; it isn't solved, yet. And in any case, many beautiful people don't have the strength of will to resist arrogance and even cruelty...." Darren
"I wonder if this is Tina Tirrell's first published story -- it appears to have the oldest copyright date on all her works.
Well, it's an absolute delight. The prose zips along: the writer is clearly on fire. Descriptions of family life always seem to bring out the most vivid characterization..." Darren
"Wow. The first entry in the "Fostered" series proclaims Tina Tirrell to be more than simply a talented, comic stylist in fetishist erotica. She is MUCH more. Navigating her small boat across uncharted waters, she discovers and anchors up in the land of Realist Fiction. We find safe harbor there..." Darren
"Give me more! Tina's taken the taboo theme to bi-curious, first-time, girly fun?! Consider me a HUGE fan already. There's just no end to what Tina can write - and write well!" J.J. Snyder