Walker Long is the square peg. He is the lemonade at the coffee shop. The Barcelona in the room full of La-Z-Boys. He is the novel at the movie theater. He is the social anxiety disorder at the sexual addition support group.
Walker writes stories that include a lot of sex, but aren’t necessarily about sex. Often his work is satirical, poking fun at the varied hypocrisies of modern life and advocating for a more inclusive future. Other times his work is cheap trash (deciding which is which is an exercise left to the reader).
A New Kind of War :: A New Kind of Service
During a brutal war against monstrous, spider-like aliens, the Space Marines try to improve morale with a top-secret, gene-splicing drug that temporarily turns men into women. Marines who take the drug have sex with the Marines who don't. Everyone is happier.
Most troopers just blow off steam, but two Marines connect in a way that will change them forever. A young Private gets in touch with his feminine side and finds the joy in submitting to a man. A battle-hardened Lieutenant finds redemption and learns that sexual attraction and respect can go hand-in-hand. How far will this relationship go?
WARNING! This book contains explicit sex, graphic violence, and salty language. It is for mature, adult readers only. [75,000 words]