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Interview with Buz


Favourite author(s)
John Steinbeck, Joseph Heller, Voltaire (François-Marie Arouet), William Golding, Lewis Grizzard, and many more...

Favourite book(s)
I love the book, The Lord of the Flies, by William Golding. Another book I love is, The Dangerous Book for Boys, by Hal Iggulden. That book was given to me by my granddad when I was a boy. It is still quite useful. It tells things such as, how to grow a crystal, how to tie various knots, to tell direction, contains famous quotes, the stories and battle plans of several of history’s greatest battles, and much much more. Some other books I love are Catch 22, Cannery Row, To Kill A Mockingbird, Slaughterhouse, and 1984.

The book that changed my life
The Bible.

What are you currently reading
Unfortunately data. Lots of data for work research.

I'm inspired by...
Music inspires me. A long fast motorcycle ride inspires me. Just the continuous unpredictability of life inspires me.

I started writing because...
I was highly frustrated by a relationship in my love life and repressed sexual fantasies and turn-ons. I found that writing was a good way to address those issues within myself.

Aside from writing, what occupies your time
I am really into physical fitness. I lift weights, run, bicycle regularly and I swim as much as possible. In the past I have participated in triathlons and bicycle races. Riding my motorcycles, hunting, fishing and I also love to cook. Then of course there is my work career that consumes much of my time.


How did you get in to writing erotica?
I stumbled upon a true sex story site on the internet and started posting stories about my sex adventures. A friend told me about Lushstories and upon joining I decided to try and improve my writing skills.

What's your favourite writing genre and why
I like erotica stories that are intense and raunchy. I enjoy voyeur, group sex, cuckold, rough sex, and public sex.

Where do you get your creative juice/story ideas from?
From my own experiences and those of my friends.

What are your turn-ons?
Sexually: mini skirts, thigh stockings, tight low rise jeans, tattoos, a sexy mouth, high heels, that space between the upper thighs in the crotch that makes a sexy ‘keyhole’ on a tight sexy woman’s body,’ dangling belly button rings, tongue sucking, the smell of my wife’s perfume, the tattoo on her lower back, her ‘keyhole.’ Life turn-ons: the sound of a slide guitar, sipping bourbon in bed, the smell of a fine cigar, sailing a boat naked at sea, Georgia football games, steaks on the grill, my mom’s cooking, my grandmother’s freshly baked cookies, hot black coffee early in the morning, closing a business deal, the smell of gunpowder early on a crisp fall morning.

What are your turn-offs?
Sexually: pain is not a turn-on and I am not into bondage. Great sex is a 50-50 deal. I could not enjoy the experience unless it is totally mutual. Life turn-offs: Bigotry, racism, slothfulness, anti-capitalism, corrupt government officials, bitter people, and slow drivers.


Music I frequently listen to
I love all kinds of music, country music, rock, classical symphonic and jazz. But I especially love music that originates from my region, the deep south, southern blues rock and country music. To me the old classic rock group, The Allman Brothers Band, are like Greek gods of music. Some of my favorite rock bands are R.E.M, The Black Crowes and the Georgia Satellites. I love seeing Widespread Panic in concert, especially at The Tabernacle in Atlanta. Some people I consider to be musical geniuses are Johnny Cash, Buck Owens, Otis Redding, Paul McCartney & John Lennon. I also very much enjoy Mozart, and Chopin’s piano concertos.

My favorite work of art is
Here are a few paintings I like, Soft Construction with Baked Beans, by Salvador Dali; Metamorphose de Narcisse, by Salvador Dali; The Three Musicians, by Picasso; Three Flags, by Jasper Johns; The Garden of Delights, by Heironymous Bosch; Nude Descending A Staircase, by Marcel Duchamp; and the Bayeux Tapestry, created circa 1070 A.D; the sculpture, The Thinker, by Auguste Rodin.

Favorite Movies
I totally love The Departed. I also love movies like 3:10 to Yuma, Blackhawk Down, and anything well done with a lot of action. I love several comedies such as National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. I actually also love to watch old black and white Humphrey Bogart movies, especially Casablanca, Key Largo and The Maltese Falcon.

Which websites do you regularly visit
I love Lush of course and I am constantly looking up something on Wikopedia because I love information.

What would be a perfect weekend for you
A water ski weekend at a cabin on a large mountain lake with a fast boat, lots of friends, a large grill and all the ice cold beer that we can drink.

Ideal holiday destination
My favorite so far has been the US Virgin Islands. I also love going to Key West. I guess anywhere tropical that is on the ocean where I can scuba dive, snorkel, surf, wind surf and fish.

At home I cook
I cook a lot more meals than my wife. Actually, I now consider cooking a hobby of love. I often try new things from typical southern fare and traditional American to Mexican, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Cajun, and French foods. I grilled vegetables and rice, Japanese style, last night. One of my favorite birthday presents was a cookbook from my wife. Oddly enough she had already bookmarked several pages, all of which are among her favorite dishes. Is that a hint or what?

The hardest thing I've ever done was
Finishing my first triathlon. I collapsed after crossing the finish line and in my mind thought I was dying.

Most surprising thing people could find out about you
Despite having dyslexia and a hearing defect in my left ear, I graduated magna cum laude from my university. Also, people might be surprised to know I worry a lot and have been an insomniac since I was a child.

I don't like talking about...
Anything with closed minded bigoted people. I have experienced even more of these clowns coming from the left than from the right.

What I find amusing is
How things that make common sense and aren’t politically correct piss off condescending pseudo-intellectual assholes.

What I don't find amusing is
Condescending pseudo-intellectual assholes.

If I wasn't me I'd like to be
A linebacker in the NFL or an eccentric wild bearded, heavy drinking, sculptor, living on a tropical island.

I often wonder...
What it would have been like to have lived in the past when chaos and anarchy ruled history. I think living deep within me is barbarian adventurer with a wonderlust desire to pillage and plunder the far corners of the earth.