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70’s Soft Core becomes Relationship Advice in Today's Short Story Collection, Mike and Cyn
Mike George, a serving Army officer, penned a number of short stories for various Gentlemen’s Magazines back in the 70’s. They were risqué, cutting edge entertainment, vicariously read in private. Today they are perceived somewhat differently.
The immediate reaction is how innocent we must have been. Surely these naughty tales didn't titillate us, or or our parents - did they? Each of them is compelling, beautifully written, causing us to smile in delight as, for example, Mike’s enthusiasm for the idea of a wife swapping party (a cornucopia of similar topics is discussed) palls under his wife Cynthia's remorseless examination of the actual facts.
Do you remember them?
Were you one of those many regular readers who were excitedly amused by Mike George's sexy yarns and recall them with affection?
You may recollect them as being terribly racy, enhanced as they were by their delightfully exagerrated illustrations.
Re-reading them again now could prove to be something of a disappointment in terms of their 'hot' eroticism (or lack thereof) but a pleasure in terms of the storiestold and a realisation that they well deserve release to an even wider audience today.
In a society where divorce rates sky-rocket, Mike George's intimate and heated husband-and-
The book will appeal to both an older audience, that fondly remembers those more innocent times, as well as a younger readership who appreciates carefully composed stories that confront so many of the sexual issues that arise in the early days of marriage . . .
. . . while to those with an interest in the past, it is comedy gold.
Mike and Cyn is published by MyVoice Publishing as a paperback for £7.99 and is available from online retailers or you can order worldwide from your usual book store by quoting ISBN 978-1909359291. It is available as a Kindle edition from Amazon and will be available on other platforms shortly.
Notes for Editors
About Mike George
Sussex-born Mike George has led a colourful life as an advertising exec, soldier and Middle East mercenary. He sold Spanish properties and worked in journalism. He has done walkabout in Oz, sailed the Aegean Islands and trained staff at the Bahrain Institute of Banking & Finance, where learning of Mike’s appointment a friend was heard to remark: “Mike George in banking? That’s like Pol Pot running the Brownies.”
Twice widowed, currently he lives with his partner in Eastbourne, staving off senility and prolapsed kneecaps, while croaking off-key grand opera in the bath, awash on a pain-numbing sea of export-strength Plymouth gin.
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