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When Robo hears that the world’s greatest author, Chuck Tingle, is going to be appearing live and in person at the Billings Comic Con, he can’t wait to attend. Unfortunately, tickets immediately sell out after Chuck’s announcement, leaving Robo with no plan to get inside when the convention finally arrives.
But a chance meeting suddenly thrusts Robo into a hardcore, gay tryst with Pendool, the physical manifestation of Chuck Tingle’s science fiction and comic book convention appearance. Soon enough the two of them are cascade through layers of meta reality as they stumble right into a live reading of this very story from Chuck Tingle himself.
This erotic tale is 4,400 words of sizzling human on gay sentient concept action, including anal, blowjobs, rough sex, and physically manifested convention appearance love.
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"By creating an online community in which his particular outlook — what he calls his “unique way” — is not just accepted but celebrated, Mr. Tingle has delivered a strong rebuke to the intolerant forces that used him as a prop in attacking diverse voices in the sci-fi world.”
- The New York Times
"The book's real, the review's real and I've finally found something to laugh about in this whole terrible mess.”
- J.K. Rowling on "Pounded By The Pound"
"Well Doctor, we obviously have a very magical connection. I love all your ideas, and I would say that handsomest dinosaur is Handsome Doctor."
- Jeff Goldblum
"Chuck blurs the line between erotica, post-modernism, and meta-fiction. He is D.H. Lawrence, Paul Auster, and Dennis Cooper, all rolled into one and wrapped in a gi. Don't believe me? Read on, and try to resist... the Tingle."
- Lit Reactor Magazine
"Once in a generation, a literary mind comes along who’s able to express the zeitgesit of the current age with inimitable, earth-shattering clarity. The ’20s had F Scott Fitzgerald, the ’70s had Hunter S. Thompson, the ’80s had Don Delillo, and now, like a beacon shining on the horizon, comes a talent of truly ass-stounding proportions. I am speaking, of course, of bestselling e-book author Dr. Chuck Tingle."
- Death and Taxes Magazine