Lots of Stuff

This past weekend was a three day long Day of Porn :3 Rykaine has created a Master List here. Go enjoy! One of my contributions, Texas Rock, spawned additional works. To read all four of those, go here ^__^ Eventually I will add them to the website, I think there are some other stories I said I’d add, too. Maybe this weekend.

Credit Cards now accepted
LT3 is pleased to announce that we now accept credit cards! You can now use your MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express cards to purchase ebooks and to pay for your serial subscriptions. As part of this upgrade, we’ve implemented the price change outlined in a previous post. Most ebook pricing has increased by $0.50 to $1.00, and the monthly serial subscription has increased by $0.30. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any trouble with purchases using your credit card.

More subscription options!
We now offer two additional payment plans for our serial fiction subscription, giving you three options for subscribing to LT3. You can pay $3.25 once a month, $18.60 every 6 months, or $35.40 once a year.

Gulf Oil Spill Fund
To launch our Charity project, LT3 is donating $2 from every purchase of Dire Straits, a new ebook from Megan Derr, to the Gulf Oil Spill Fund put together by the Greater New Orleans Foundation. To learn more about the Gulf Oil Spill Fund and the Greater New Orleans Foundation, click the image below.

Less than a century ago, the world was a dangerous place. Monsters ran wild, and the only thing more dangerous was the humans attempting to control them. The chaotic lands were eventually tamed by a group of people who came to be known as the Crown, and they formed a government that helped to maintain peace in the untamed lands.

Bannick Poore is one such maintainer of peace, an infamous Priest with guns at his hips and a blood red collar around his throat. He is equal parts mage and gunslinger, and it is his sworn duty to uphold the law and drive back the monsters that still crop up in a land that is still learning to be civilized…

4 thoughts on “Lots of Stuff

  1. Wasn’t meant to be viewed that way, though that’s interesting ^__^ It was more like, two people forced to share residence that probably would not have anyway. They may not have wanted it, but they’re learning to get along anyway and even finding its not that bad.

  2. I bought this book for a great cause. Congratulation for this book.
    But the character of Ezzel troubles me. All our lives, we struggle to exist as unique individuals. Here, it appears to be good thing these 2 beings (Ezzel and Childe) are fused together. It’s like kiling 2 persons to create a third one ? I felt it was quite sad ?

  3. I just wanted to let you know that I read Dire Straits last night and really enjoyed it!

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