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Here are the first three excerpts. Come back soon for more!

51 Shades of Brown, Volume I: The Coconut Oil Diaries

By: Dr. Pablo Pistola

Every generation of women requires a sexual touchstone. A hero. Enter Sri-Sheshadariprativadibayankaram. A hero rises.”

51 Shades of Brown, Excerpt #1 [Chapter 3]
They stood in the kitchen, both Chaluakka and Sri-Sheshadariprativadibayankaram, in a moment of silence.

Thinking about all the thoughts they had left unsaid, all the desires they had still left undone.

Beads of perspiration rolled down their foreheads.

Was it youthful anxiety?

We have rolling electricity blackouts in this part of India” offered Chaluakka, who now felt compelled to turn back to the counter and continue kneading the roti dough.

roti dough

Suddenly she stopped, feeling his hands on top of hers. The corners of her lips turned upwards as she realized both sets of eyes were fixed on the rolling pin that beckoned from the kitchen counter…

rolling pin

51 Shades of Brown, Excerpt #2 [Chapter 8]

Jagadheeswarisreedevi couldn’t take it anymore.

The sweltering heat and the smothering Indian traffic.

The autorickshaw hadn’t budged for nearly 25 agonizing minutes, and Sri-Sheshadariprativadibayankaram’s thigh undulated against her as the vibrating motor whirred in idle. She escaped from the vehicle and briskly walked a few paces to overlook the edge of the bridge.

autorickshaw

From there she stared in a trance at the fertile banks of the holy Ganges River. The glistening dark brown soil on the riverbank appeared to moisten before her own eyes. The sound of the whipping water almost consumed her; she barely noticed the warm breath of Sri-Sheshadariprativadibayankaram against the back of her neck.

river

She then shifted her longing gaze towards the vibrating rickshaw exhaust pipe.

exhaust pipe

At that same moment, they both noticed the hotel that beckoned only 100 meters from where they stood.

Was it a mirage?

Without saying a word, they ran together, hand-in-hand, towards the oasis of pleasure…

51 Shades of Brown, Excerpt #3 [Chapter 12]

Kusumanjali felt herself trembling.

Every crevice in her body reverberated with each musical note projecting from the sitar she was playing, as Sri-Sheshadariprativadibayankaram offered instructions from behind her. His hands probed her fingers as they slid along the sitar strings. Her pulse seemed to synchronize with the music that was approaching a crescendo.

sitar

Just then, she noticed the coconut oil that was dribbling off his thick lustrous mustache onto her ears, like ghee gliding off steaming-hot idli, while he continued to relentlessly whisper to her.

idleegheecoconut_oil

Suddenly it occurred to her that no other students remained in the chamber, which echoed the melody back towards her and seemed to envelope her entire body.

Slowly, she turned around to face him…

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Dr Pablo Pistola had become increasingly dissatisfied with satisfaction-based forces in medicine. He felt like a doctor without a purpose. He subsequently embarked on a 7 year twerking quest in the Himalayan foothills to find his true calling. During this journey, he realized that he has a secret talent: his immense knowledge about women. He understands them. Legend has it that he can size up a woman’s soul in a mere instant. He didn’t ask for these powers. But with great powers come great responsibilities. So Dr Pablo Pistola (double-board certified in Love Medicine & Romance Medicine, with fellowship training in Seduction Medicine) has been dabbling in satirical erotic writing. And if satirical erotic writing can offer a viable exit strategy from medicine, then the world will be a better place. His responsibility is to bring the stories of lust to you. He also is an avid life-long Miami Heat fan. Dr Pistola’s medical satire contributions: http://www.gomerblog.com/author/drpablopistola/ Twitter: @drpablopistola

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