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Whew, I'm glad that warning stuff is over!

What's new?  Glad you asked!  I've updated the cars stuff, since I've been too overworked at my new job as a mailman to write.  The fact that this is a flat, mid-1990's style web site hasn't changed a bit!  It sure is fast, ain't it tho?  It's amazing how all that new eye candy makes you forget just how slow and frustrating things have become.  Have you been to CNN.com lately?  Lord!

As always - I've got a published story! It's called "Array of Hope" and is part of a collection of furry short stories titled "Breaking the Ice: Stories from New Tibet."  You can find it at the sofalink link below, at the Sofawolf Press table in a furry convention dealers' room, or on amazon.com.

This site isn't about cars at all, despite the implication, unless you look at the CARS page, because I'm an anthropomorphic fox at heart, but I also like cars, a lot, as you might have guessed from my name, and run-on sentences too, which you might also have guessed by reading this one.  But this is a site primarily for my stories, most of which include graphic sexual content perpetrated by homosexuals.  There's also some artwork generously provided by various artists. They all have consented to having their work displayed here.

In case you didn't notice from above, or were hoping for another long run-on sentence, which I believe this one is, or definitely will be in a moment now that I really have my run-on sentence groove on, I've got a published story! It's called "Array of Hope" and is part of a collection of furry short stories titled "Breaking the Ice: Stories from New Tibet."  You can find it at the link below, at the Sofawolf Press table in a furry convention dealers' room, or on amazon.com.

www.sofawolf.com

I also have a site on FurAffinity, with just the PDF stories: http://www.furaffinity.net/user/foxcar/

Here on this site, beside each story link here is a button for a printable Acrobat version!  Wee!  Yay!  Despite the fact that I am not a PDF fan, I strongly recommend you use these PDFs, because they retain the formatting that I was too lazy to add to the HTML pages.  I mean, really, have you ever seen the HTML code Microsoft Word creates when you save a doc as HTML?  Lord!!