Ethan Stone talks Tales of a Prison Bitch ~ Interview, Giveaway

Prism Book Alliance would like to thank Ethan Stone for taking the time to talk with us today. Don’t forget to check out our review of Tale of a Prison Bitch.. There is also a Giveaway, so don’t miss that.


Title: Tales of a Prison Bitch
Author: Ethan Stone
Publisher: Wilde City


Your latest release is Tales of a Prison Bitch from Wilde City Press.  What can you tell us about it?

Prison Bitch is the story of a young handsome man entering prison and realizing he won’t survive on his own. Rather than being raped, Thomas Grayson turns to an older man named Neil Booker for protection. Grayson isn’t thrilled that in return for the security he has to have sex with Booker, but Booker isn’t forceful so his first experience being fucked isn’t as bad as he expected.

The story follows the relationship between Grayson and Booker as well Grayson and the man he takes under his wing when Booker leaves.

Hint: They have lots of sex.

This isn’t the first story you have set in a prison as your Uniformity series is also set there, why prison?

I wrote a shorter version of this story years ago because prison life had always fascinated me. I also spent seven years in prison, well working at a prison, anyway.

How much of the content in Prison Bitch is based on actual observations of prison and how much is fictionalized purely for entertainment?

Some of the interaction between inmates, especially the rivalries, is based on what I saw on the job. The freedom of the inmates in my story wasn’t something I experienced in my time at the maximum security. However, many things I used in Bitch are things that happened in medium and minimum security institutions. At least in Nevada, many inmates wear prison blues, including jeans, and are allowed to shower when they want and come and go from their cells as they please. Additionally, while there were certainly inmates having sex, it’s not quite as easy as I made it seem to be in Bitch.

You tend to write cops and law enforcement quite often, why change to the prisoner’s point of view for Prison Bitch?

Because telling the story of a prison bitch from an officer’s standpoint wouldn’t have been as interesting. ☺ Maybe a Bitch sequel will focus on a guard.

What sub-genre or trope do you most want to tackle that you haven’t?

Psychotic super-hero red heads. It’s such an underserved trope.

How will the world end?

Psychotic super-powered red heads.

In Harry Potter, what one spell would you have written in that JK Rowling didn’t?

I’d like a spell that made Ron Weasely the hero and Harry’s love interest. I can totally see Ron as a dominant top and Harry as a little bitch.

Rapid Fire Time:

  • Morning or night? Night
  • Fire or Ice? Fire
  • Train or Plane? Plane
  • Electronica or Jazz? Neither. ICK
  • Favorite Color? Purple
  • Alone or At a Party? Alone
  • Sausage or Hamburger? Yes
  • Red or White? Purple

What Are you working on? What is next?

I’m close to finishing a story starring an internal affairs officer and am working on a super secret project with Dreamspinner Press. No, I won’t tell you about it.


Thomas Grayson is young, handsome and in prison. If he wants to survive he only has one choice—find someone who will take care of him. Neil Booker is perfect for the job, but Grayson must be willing to pay the price.

Grayson has never been with a man and isn’t thrilled about being a prison bitch but he’d rather be with Booker than be abused by other convicts. He takes to it easier than expected and actually enjoys his time with Booker.

The roles are changed when Booker is paroled and Grayson gets his own boytoy. However, he can’t forget about Booker, not even when he finally goes home.

About the Author:

Ethan Stone lives in the soggy state of Oregon, and, yes, he does have webbed feet. He used to have a day job where he wore a sexy uniform, now he can wear whatever he wants to work as he attempts to see if this writing thing can support his Mt. Dew addiction.

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To win a copy of Tales of a Prison Bitch leave a comment and tell me if you’d be the inmate bitch or the inmate with a bitch. I’ll draw a random winner.

Contest will end 7 days from original posting date (or as stated on the Rafflecopter) at 8pm CDT. Must be 18 or older to enter, void where prohibited.

Farewell Giveaway
I have a number of paperbacks, most of which are signed, to giveaway. Over the between now (11 Mar 2017) and 31 Mar 2017, every comment on the blog (this post and all other new posts), will be entered to win 1 of these paperbacks. There are also some misc swag items, so there will be a few packs of these to give away as well.

Thank you so much for your support over the last 4 years. Prism will be closing its doors on 1 April 2017. All content will remain available, but no new content will appear after 31 Mar 2017. As such all request forms have been turned off. Again Thank you,

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12 thoughts on “Ethan Stone talks Tales of a Prison Bitch ~ Interview, Giveaway

  1. Wow what an interesting question, first things first though great interview and I learnt some interesting things about the author and thank you for a chance to win this book. Okay to the question, still tricky to answer as I have never been in that situation, but as a stubborn strong willed red/blonde (the colour fated to rule the world), I suppose I would be the inmate with the bitch but I may start out as a bitch, who knows?

  2. Completely depends on the circumstances. Gut reaction says I’d be the bitch because I prefer to be in the background in all situations. But if I felt really close to someone and it was the only way to protect them I could turn into a fierce, not to be messed with inmate with a bitch.

  3. Man, this hits hard on my favorite kinks.

    I would definitely be someone’s bitch and not the other way around; I would be content with it in a fictionalized prison setting and it would suck in the real world.

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