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well i have been writing for a very long time ever since i was a young buckaroo in HOME OF TRUTH UTAH this is where i grew up i was there and it was very lonely just me and mom and dad (everyone else packed up buddy) so it was just us not even the dang taxman thats what dad always said anyway i would write and hide my storys under the floor because it was not SUPPORTED BY MY FAMILY but then there was the BIG FIRE and after that i was on my own no stories no house no nothing so then i started walking it was a long walk but i got picked up a few times LONG STORY SHORT ending up in billings montana that is where i live you anyway i was still writing and then now that i am older son jon said 'hey you should publish these stories online i can help you edit and my bud SAM RAND can help you put them online he is a self publishing man' so then son jon and sam rand helped me make my stories online first one was MY BILLIONAIRE TRICERATOPS CRAVES GAY ASS and that was a real hit. THE REST IS HISTORY BUDDY thanks
Welcome to the world of bizzaro fiction. Carlton Mellick is basically the face of the genre, but I suppose there are other authors as well.
If you think that's weird, try some Chuck Tingle (nsfw, probably) https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B00QTTIJVI/
"Banning" is a somewhat misleading way to talk about what is going on. In most cases, this is referring to a school or district removing a book from their curriculum or taking it out of school libraries. Schools can't (and don't) ban their students from reading books from bookstores or public libraries, and it has no affect on schools outside that district.
No one would argue that there are some books that it would be inappropriate to make available for children (e.g. <em>My Billionaire Triceratops Craves Gay Ass</em>) but many of the books being challenged today are for reasons of race, gender, and sexuality and are mostly being challenged by conservatives.
In the 21st century, there are very few books that are truly banned for publication in the United States, mostly for reasons of copyright infringement or classified material.
>Jeremy was never quite sure about his feelings for Oliver, his gay pet dinosaur, until Oliver scores big and leaves home to pursue his dreams of being a dancer.
>Years later, the two of them reconnect for dinner in New York City, and realize that there may have been more to their relationship besides prehistoric pet and master. Now a wealthy socialite, Oliver the triceratops is willing to take another chance on Jeremy, and soon the two find themselves locked in a passionate evening of gay human-dino love.
>This erotic tale is 4,300 words of sizzling human on gay triceratops action, including (redacted)
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Ja to tutaj po prostu zostawię...
This is better.
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Comincerei con qualche classico di Chuck Tingle, come My Billionaire Triceratops Craves Gay Ass
Apparently it's on Amazon for Kindle:
Also I can't believe I just googled that book title...
Don’t worry guys, I found the book