A Few Wild Times


Gerry took a deep breath. “Wow, that was fuckin’ brill.”

Stephanie wriggled her hips, teasing him before his cock softened. “You were pretty good for an old guy.”

He grinned. “Hey, I ain’t that old, darling.”

She leaned down and kissed him. “Old enough to be my dad.” She slid off him and his cock flopped onto his tummy.

“You’re, what, twenty-odd?”

“Twenty-two. My mum’s been a big fan of yours since she saw your show at college.”

“Yeah?” Must have been my first band. Great bunch of guys.

“Mum said she’d met you all after the show.”

“Probably won’t remember her. We had a few wild times.”

“I love listening to that early stuff. Why’d you split up?”

“Usual reasons, ambitious guys with our own musical ideas.”

Stephanie grinned. “And?”

Gerry sighed. “Well, we fell out over some girls.” He looked at her. “How’d you get into the party tonight?”

“Your roadie likes being blown.”

He sighed. “He’s fuckin’ useless.”

She shrugged. “It’s how Mum got into the party where she met you.”

“Did I, er, you know, with your mum?”

“Yeah, but don’t worry.” Stephanie gathered her clothes. “She’s pretty sure your old bass player’s my father.”

Copyright © 2017 Ian D Smith (ians2005 @ gmail.com). All rights reserved. Content may not be copied or used in whole or part without written permission from the author.

About the Author Ian Smith

I’m a professional scientist with a career spent primarily in health care. I live in the south-west of England with my wife and our modest menagerie, currently two horses, two dogs and three guinea pigs. My wife wants to keep chickens too.

My career has involved writing really exciting and stimulating scientific papers, technical reports and dissertations… Okay, important and worthwhile, but not “me”. I started writing general interest factual articles and features, as well as preparing and giving public talks. These allow my butterfly mind and insatiable curiosity to go off and play nicely together.

Then my curiosity turned towards fiction. My first efforts were dire, of course, but I hope I’m starting to get the idea a bit now. I’ve had several short stories published in anthologies, as well as three novellas. Supportive and encouraging feedback from other contributors to the ERWA “storytime” mailing list has been a huge help.

I’ve always read for relaxation and now I write as a creative hobby. I hope some readers enjoy my efforts.

Joining in the Sunday “flashers” with ERWA has been great fun and exposed me to a wide variety of work by other authors. Their examples and feedback continually help my writing to develop. I felt very flattered when approached about taking a turn as the flasher gallery editor.

And yes, I’d rather like to keep chickens too. Just a bit tricky in a small urban garden with two hyperactive terriers…

My third novella, “From The Top (Merely Players 3)” has just been published by Fireborn.

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