About

Born breech, two days ahead of schedule (was supposed to have been a Leap  Baby)  and everyone swore I was going to be born a girl. Does liking boys count? So, I  tolerated the wearing of PINK for my debut year. Spent the first miserable  seventeen years of my life in a small oil town located on the parcel of land  separating Texas from Kansas. Seven months before my nineteenth birthday, my parents kicked me out for being QUEER! Damn, can you image that? (Took them long  enough to figure that one out.)

Went to college, at least for two years till the banker was so benevolent to close my severely over-drafted account and I was too exhausted to attend classes due to my working two jobs. Even with my strenuous schedule, I still found  time to squeeze in quality fuck-buds here and there. At least my sex life hadn’t suffered. Got a wild hair up my arse (things may have turned out better had I simply used a butt plug instead) to Go West Young Man! Thank you Village People. Landed my happy ass in Long Beach, sunny California. Rained and rained and rained. Oh yeah, that was the year they recorded their first tornado. Thought I was free of twisters after escaping tornado alley. Aunte Em! Aunte Em! Did a one year stint on the west coast.  Broke and destitute, I managed to find my way back to my hometown. Geez, could things get much worse?

For the next twenty-odd years I worked retail management for various chain stores. As I said, could my  life get any more atrocious? Traipsed around Oklahoma (mostly dodging bill collectors attempting to  collect on my defaulted student loans) and somehow ended up hanging my hat and boots in the Great State  of Texas. Yee Haw! Don’t ya just love a sexy cowboy in boots? (just boots and nothing else) So, that just about sums up my titillating existence. Sure, there maybe a few sordid details I may have carefully omitted, mostly to protect the innocent and the many wives of the men I had slept with, but we shall  leave that for another time.

Official Author Web Site: http://www.dustinadrianrhodes.com

Click for Storm of Passion (short story)
Click for Storm of Passion (short story)
Click for Masked Identities (novella)

Click for Harvest Moon (free read short story)

Click for Pulpit To Porn (novella)

3 comments on “About

  1. Hi Dustin, stumbled across your site and really dig it. I was born breach as well, so I get it. Do you ever consider self-published novels for review? I just published my first novel, Man*hattan: A Fairy Tale, and I’m trying to get it off the ground. It was a six-year process and I’m proud of the final product – I’ve referred to it as gay chick lit, or dick lit, or Fifty Shades of Gay…it’s more akin to Stephen McCauley and David Leavitt than it is to a lot of the porny gay fiction that’s popular today. It’s available on Amazon (http://amzn.com/B008IXE5DO) and Smashwords, but I’d be happy to send you a copy gratis for review.

    Thanks for your consideration, and for the great blog.

    Phil Higgins

  2. Im impressed, I must say. Really rarely do I encounter a blog thats both educative and entertaining, and let me tell you, you have hit the nail on the head. Your idea is outstanding; the issue is something that not enough people are speaking intelligently about. I am very happy that I stumbled across this in my search for something relating to this.

  3. Traveen says:

    Hi Dustin,

    I just your book ” Storm of Passion “. I want to write a post about it on website. Please reply me if You want me to go ahead and write about it.

    Thank you

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