While I was visiting my daughter and her family, I picked up the books which had been sent from the printers to her place. Normally I would be quickly hitting book stores with the purpose of engaging in book-signing events. I sell most of my books this way – more than two hundred books sold last spring, summer and fall. However, with a long-distance hike venture beginning in less than a week, I will be delaying the book tour until after the first week in July. I will likely do two rounds with the books.
Book One, A Small Company of Pilgrims, is somewhat like a modern day “Canterbury Tales” with the setting being the Camino de Santiago. The protagonist has to deal with his issues of being exposed in public, and the problem with relating to women, especially when they aren’t wearing clothing.
Book Two takes the same protagonist and explores the relationship with the feminine. Some of the characters of the first book join the protagonist in supporting roles as he opens up to a life as a naturist in his home community and his family. Of course, a woman is involved [actually two women] and it gets complicated.
I hesitate to say more so that you can discover the bigger pictures that are captured in both books. The genre: naturism set as contemporary fantasy. Mythological figures [Celtic and Norse gods and goddesses, archetypes, and historical figures] are found as breathing characters in both books.
Just as a footnote, book three is in progress, about 80% done the first draft. imagine that it will be available early next spring.