Free book

The free ebook Sex Clubs, Non-Monogamy, and Game is available for download as:

* A .mobi file for Kindle readers.
* A .epub file for other readers.
* A PDF, for anyone who wants to print a copy or read in some other manner.

The paid, paper version is here, on Amazon, should you desire a one-click option. The Amazon ebook download is also available, although I haven’t been able to get Amazon to give me a $0.00 price on the ebook version; Amazon will only offer $0.99, so that may have to remain. I suspect most of you will read on Kindles, iPads, etc.

Please get in touch if you have ideas or responses. I view this book as a potential work-in-progress. I don’t think I’ve covered every aspect of the field, but I haven’t read any books that are as detailed and thorough as this one. If I get good feedback, I will put out another version in response to that feedback. I’m especially interested in any guys who put the ideas and systems I articulate into practice. Do your experiences match mine? What cities are you operating in? What are things like for you?

The book is being released under a Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution license. That means anyone can redistribute the book or edit it, provided that your version attributes the original to “The Red Quest.” I have gone back and forth about whether I should make this book free or paid. A free book is more easily available, but most people value a thing at its price: “free” things are usually worth what’s paid for them. I hope Sex Clubs, Non-Monogamy, and Game is the exception to that principle.

There are other free books discussing the floating around, with The Book of Pook being the best-known. I just read it. I hope this book will be passed from player to player, without restriction, and that guys learn to be guys and learn how to live their possible lives. Please email copies of the book to whoever you think may want to read it.

The book is dedicated to Nash and to everyone who has ever taught me about the game. The first version of the book was about 31,000 words, and this version is about 42,000 words, the majority of those additional words in response to initial reader feedback.