This novel is a satirical look at my life, and I have never written for a porn site. There are four parts to this book: The Rehearsal (trying to figure out my life and men), The Performance (a story in two perspectives about a transgender guy being interviewed), The Reviews, and Pornopraphy (amusing selection of commentary and reviews of media products). I write just a little soft porn for humor, but mostly it's about why my satirical "drag queen" narrator started writing erotica.
"Memoir of a Writing Porn Star, by Jan Peregrine"
Eden at Play is religious satire, but it also has spiritual depth to make listeners think about life and their faith or non-faith. Poetry is included as well as a short, poetic version of the story that has a curious child asking his parents questions about the mythological Garden of Eden and death. It's very sensitively described and life-affirming.
Eden in Purrgatory: A Satire is a satirical, yet well-researched prequel to Eden at Play: A Grown-Up Fable. It initiates a thematic trilogy that explores our relationship, for good or ill, with spiritual matters. This novel includes a section on the historical aspects that are not limited to many of its characters. I also pay tribute to The Arabian Nights, Homer, and Greek mythology as well as the burgeoning Christian religion.
Eden Forever is a slightly satirical science fiction novel that may be considered a cautionary tale if we allow our fresh water resources to dry up. When this happens in my story, only a few decades from now, we desalinate ocean water that makes us vulnerable to a superbug and it spells the end for human life as we know it. Enter biorobotics technology and the discovery of a planet the survivors can move to as biorobots.
Dr. Ziggy Freudine is a young psychiatrist with a lot of dreams as she begins her practice. It's her story of life in and out of the office as she seeks a free-spirited, unconventional approach to helping clients. She and her few clients are a lot like you or I, people who simply need a listener.
"The Story Begins"