Deleted scenes: sex demon outtakes #1

by Jennifer Stevenson

Speaking of banned books, did you ever wonder what editors delete from a story before you even get hold of the book?  Here’s the first of three scenes that got cut from It’s Raining Men.  I wrote ’em for worldbuilding purposes–to give the reader a sense of what happens to a giant pyramidal corporate hierarchy when it gets, well, too big.

But you already knew that, dear reader.

Here you go.   A bootleg digest from [email protected]:


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<[email protected]> Fuck you, too, Satan. Loser.


Aaand the sequel, It’s Raining Angels and Demons, is now available at Musa Publishing, Amazon, and other major ebook outlets.

More of Jennifer Stevenson’s ebooks may be found at the BVC Ebookstore.


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