Is it worth the time?

Do I really want to sit down and read a 500 page novel?

It’s a fair question, and one I would ask myself before investing in a longer work, and that’s why today I am going to talk about why I would invest the time to read Brother Bewitched.

First, because I wrote it!

Now, for everyone else that isn’t me, let me say that the TG explorations in this novel go deeper and are more gripping than any I have done.   First, we really get to know Prince Serren very well in his life as a swaggering young male who has always been entitled and taken that entitlement for granted.   Consequently, when he is transformed into a young woman and loses all his male privilege, every blow to his male ego drops like a hammer.

In other words, you will get to know Serren and his family, and therefore you will care more.  It’s the difference between seeing on the news that someone got in a car wreck, and watching a loved one get in a car wreck.

Wait.  Loved one?   But isn’t Serren a cad?

No.   In this case, as in some of my other works, Serren is not a bad person.  He is a product of his time and place.  He could be accused of lacking empathy, but again he was raised that way and has a father as a role model who is a womanizer.

We also get to know his sister, Pattenia, and we watch her transform from something of an obedient and dutiful daughter to a woman who takes what she wants– even when that ends up being her brother’s sex, name and crown.  She is not a bad person at all, nor some sort of castrating female, but a person with desires and dreams and flaws who does what she ultimately believes is right for the kingdom.

Without spoilers, let’s say that just about every scene in the first third of the novel– pre-transformation– was intended to enhance and resonate in the scenes post-transformation.   If you do decide to read, pay attention to all that the characters say and do and know that it will all echo through the book as Serren grapples with becoming a young woman, going from Crown Prince to just a little sister, and Pattenia struggles to rule as the Girl King.

The Kindle edition is a little over 300 pages.  The Paperback a little over 500.  Trust me.  it’s worth it.   And, remember, you can get the book at a discounted pre-sale price through August 18th!   But the paperback now and get the kindle for FREE!

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New Book Available Now!

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Watch the Promotional Video!  It’s steamy!

The new book explores one of my favorite themes– the man who has to prove his manhood by being a woman.  In this case, the character’s father taught him to live by a code, and assured him that if he lived by that code he would always be a real man and not just a pair of testes.  The theory gets tested when he finds himself trapped in the body of a beautiful woman, and all he has to do to get back to being a man is break his code.

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Books books and more books!

Hey. folks.  I have been writing like crazy lately and released three ebooks in the past couple of weeks.   Rather than my blog becoming a steady stream of me mentioning one book after another, I am going to do them all in one swoop starting with my latest book, which has gone to #1 in its category on the first day of release!  (Thanks everyone who bought/read it!)

Boy Gone Blonde by [Cooper, T.G., Anonymous, Anonymous]

In Boy Gone Blonde, a high-school jock finds a ditsy blonde voice in his head that wants him to act like and become a ditsy blonde girl.  This story was written as a commission based on the request of an anonymous client, and it was a whole lotta fun to write, and I am so glad people are loving it!

Geisha was not a commission, but it was inspired by a reader who suggested the plot line and details of a rich young jock forced to train as and become a geisha.   I had a blast researching geishas and then writing this story, which also has been very popular.

Hero: The Complete Saga by [Cooper, T.G.]

The last new publication is not new, exactly, but I have assembled all three books of the Hero Saga into one text, which is cheaper to buy than the three separate stories originally published as Hero, Hero:Book Two and Hero: Book Three.

And lastly, I decided to delve into the Amazon Paperback option and create a paperback version of The Goddess Zeus, one of my personal all-time favorites in which the Greek Gods and Goddesses switch genders and roles.   I am just experimenting to see if there is a market for these books in print form, and if there is I will make more available over time.

If you are still reading, thanks!  And here is a list to my author page in case the above links don’t work for you:

T.G. Cooper Author Page

All my books can be found on my author page.   And, if that still doesn’t work, let me know where you are, and I will send you a link for your country!

 

 

 

 

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Femdom! New Book!

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Just posted a new short story ebook to Amazon! It’s superhero femdom, and free for anyone who has the Kindle Unlimited!  This is a collaboration between myself and Steele Blazer, and it was really fun to write.  Just a short story this time– maybe 30 pages. Check out the free preview!

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India

https://www.amazon.in/dp/B06WRQK5GF

Femdom! New Book!