I'm a writer in my not very copious spare time; in the past year I've completed a furry novel (well, a fantasy novel about minotaurs and humans) which is ... well, it could be better. But it could be worse, too. It's all here, under a Creative Commons license (as is most of my work).
Also here are a number of shorter stories, set in various universes with various characters and situations. They are here for your enjoyment, and should you enjoy them, I would appreciate your saying so.
I appreciate the offer, and wish to convey my apologies for not responding sooner. Lately, however unintentionally, I have become quite a quiet one. It be my hope to rectify such within the coming months. For there is much that I currently contend with on a personal level, and time it will take.
Your stories are most engaging and incredibly intriguing. I must confess my regret at not stumbling upon them sooner.
What you have shared with us has without doubt, at least within me, left a craving for more. An addiction if you will, and a pleasant one at that.
I look forward to the continued sharing of this wonderful masterpiece.
May you have success in all endeavors,
(Edited: 1st draft written under extreme exhaustion, fixed grammatical / misstatements)
FireFromHeaven and NoisyBob, but I don't know if they'd be to his taste. He's always identified to me as straight. Wen Spencer's Tinker, Wolf Who Rules, and Elfhome might be interesting to him (mainstream fiction published by Baen Books). I liked them ...
Tank Jaeger's writing is very good and might be interesting as it, too, revolves more around the relationships than sex, but he has dreams of mainstream publishing and pulled some of his work off SoFurry. I don't know if it's available elsewhere (yet).
Not sure if that helps, sorry. I've always been a little puzzled by what Dylan sees in my writing, which is, very frankly, focused on homoerotic power-exchange relationships in a fantasy setting. Although I'm aware of a lot of similar writing like that, I have no idea which or what combination of elements would also be appealing.
Do you have any idea of the mainstream stuff he likes?
Dylan's always been an odd ball.. i asked him about his sexuality and he said "we'll see".... i don't know if he was screwing with me or if he just honestly doesn't know. He's probably one of the smartest people i know. he treats everybody like a close friend. if i had one word to describe him it would be benevolent.( and not short of it)
he's right here i'll ask why he likes your writting.
Well, he likes it, that's good enough for me :-), but I have to admit guessing what else he might like is tricky.
Oh! One thing I can recommend without hesitation is Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality at hpmor.net. Even if he doesn't generally go for fan fiction ... this isn't typical fan fiction at all. It's ... a unique reimagining of the potterverse, and entirely its own sort of literature.
I like to deliver a good, readable chunk. I've had other persons suggest I chop them up more, but overall I think that makes them harder to read. Well, it makes it harder for me to read ... it may be unreasonable to extrapolate that out to the reader community as a whole :-)