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Jagger’s Revolution

Jagger’s Revolution is a love story about a strong, bohemian, beach thug with hard coded rules of etiquette on how love and relationships should be.  Jagger’s fight is one where he endures one bad date after another, while wondering if he’ll ever meet the right soul mate.  Throughout his dating dalliances and crushing love frustrations, he wrestles with the kind of gushing love crush one has as a teenager over Garth, the new lifeguard from Australia. He wrestles with an immediate silent connection with him and longs to get close.

Jagger is surrounded and prompted up by his trustworthy brother in arms. They’re also known as his buddies for life who temper his unruly ego and aggression while giving him undying loyalty. There’s the preppy book smart Troy, the high-powered executive, Russell, and the sex loving and relationship hating Slade.

Jagger’s Revolution contains hard biting dating wisdom and ideals threaded throughout the essays. This is surrounded by true accounts of being slighted by love while craving a perfect soul mate partnership.

Reader Advisory Warning and Spoiler: Jagger’s Revolution is a love story which contains some sexually explicit scenarios.  In traditional love stories, the voyeur is secretly aware that the two leads will end up together, but the fun is the build up and the journey one tolerates before that happens.

The semi-autobiographical essays include: The High School Episode with Billy, Natasha: The Escort Chick, as well as Sage and The Vegas Stripper Club. Jagger finds exhaustion with several dating entanglements that includes: Caden: the Malibu Cobra, the Skaterboy, The Englishman and The Professor.



“This book rocked my soul truly. I loved it.”

“Wow! I just read Jagger’s Revolution. Hot! Yum! It’s almost like a jerk off reading.”

“I hate reading, but this was the first book I actually finished all the way through since High School. It was great.”

“It is hot over here and that Jagger book only inflames things more.”

“Jagger’s Revolution was a beautiful story.”

“This book was making me moist. I had to put it down because I was on a plane. It was embarrassing.”

“I finished reading Jagger’s Revolution. I almost felt guilty reading some of it. I was trying to come at it from an analytical perspective, but I couldn’t help but become secretly aroused by Jagger and his friends.”

“This book sort of gave me a ‘Rebel Without a Cause” feel, but with a lot more penetration. That wasn’t a bad feeling.”

“Had a two hour flight.  I began to read the book, and then when I got to the last few chapters of Garth and Jagger’s love story and their spiritual and sexual chemistry!  Man!  That romantic letter by Garth to Jagger.  I was so moved by it that by end of my flight I was teary and craving for love. Felt so romantic after so long.”

“Billy and Jagger. Hot scene. I had visuals.”

“Got the Jagger’s Revolution book!  I’ll have to read this one “alone” with no one around me. Just by flipping through some pages… Oh my!  yup, definitely alone.”

“Was impressed by the books eloquence and passion.”

“I was sure to love your book Jagger’s Revolution.  I have all of your books so far.  You write with heart, passion, and straight to the point.  Sharing real emotions where others don’t.  I love that.  You shine brighter than any star Kevin because you are a true Soul filled with love and all heart.”

“Your books have hit close to home in many positive ways.   You talk about living with others within you such as ‘Jagger’ and such, which I found fascinating.”

“I love Jagger tearing around the corner. That guy is so hot. I want one.”

“If the author did a book signing do you how many people would be slipping him their phone numbers after reading this?”

“It’s the adult version of Rainbow books.”

“The part about dates being for sex is crude, but true.”

“I read Jagger’s Revolution and I get hard, then I get flaccid, then hard again. The author says something that makes you stop and think, then it switches gears and I get hard again.”

“Eww there is sex with girls in this book. Yuck! But the Billy sex! Mmm! Instant hard on reading.”

“I read Jagger’s Revolution and it was really good by the way.”

“Wow Jagger’s Revolution was kind of a gay book, but with a sex and the city edge. Loved it!”

“Crawling under the sheets is an expression loosely used to describe that instance where author Kevin Hunter bares all, but he takes it one step further with this book.”

“I really resonate with your philosophy to be a dude who loves other dudes in their whole body-mind-spirit existence.”

“Nice transition at the coffee shop into Slade. I heard the voicemail beep and it was Slade. I had to read to find out who he is!!”

“When you say gay friendships missing morality and loyalty in Jagger’s Revolution.  Kevin you are right I agree.”

“I started reading Jagger’s Revolution a while back and didn’t finish it , other stuff got in the way and I had less time to be reading. OHHH but I didn’t forget. So, a few days ago I picked up the book again and kept reading…. oh my !! did my ovaries hurt!  You have to write a sequel, you can’t leave us readers not knowing what other great life adventures sweet Garth and Jagger face!  Finally they found each other and summed up the courage to confess to each other.   Please, please say you’ll think about It?   I had to write to you to come plea for you to write a sequel.  I loved reading your book.  Very romantic and so true.  Interesting, I guess it goes both ways for both men and women to really find that special someone in your life.  I thought many times I had found the “one” where it comes to a point where you don’t believe in it anymore and think it’s all for fantasy and romance books.  I want to know more about that beautiful relationship between Garth and Jagger.  I find boy to boy love more interesting.  They are intense, passionate, loving, dramatic.”

“I wish I could have this author for a boyfriend.”

“Love Jagger’s Revolution!! Awesome erotic stuff. 🙂 “

“I bought the Kindle edition of Jagger’s Revolution!  I F**KING LOVED IT!”

“I just finished reading Jagger’s Revolution and wow!! YOU can write anything and its good!!!  Loved the adventure to getting to Garth, and all the in-betweens! It also gave me an inside look into how two guys are together, which I never knew about in this way and it was very interesting to be sure!  Same emotions and everything as a regular couple and I pretty much figured that they would be, but never really read anything like this before…. great book!”

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Ask Jagger: I Had a Hookup That Grew More Serious and Ended Abruptly

Dear Jagger,

I just got out of an 8 month long relationship…it was on and off though and had a lot of drama…mostly my fault. After things just ended so quickly, I tried to just be friends with him. I texted and waited in front of his place and even bought basketball tickets, which I had to just sell off immediately for a lower price. In the end, when I asked him if he wanted to see me, he said no.


This is my first serious relationship ever, where it started out as a hookup and ended up being more serious. We were very physically active as well. Thinking back, I just realize that I missed out on a really great guy. He said he liked me at first and wanted to date me. He bought dinners. If only I had a time machine to go back and smack myself. Both of us were not out, although I was still experimenting and he had more experience with guys than I did. I guess what was devastating for me is that things ended so quickly. It’s only been over a week since we last talked where I finally realized that he did not want to see me anymore, but I still have thoughts of us getting back together and about the good times we had. Maybe because it’s still new and he was my first serious relationship, but I don’t know whether I can get over this guy. He was able to find another guy, which he seems serious about. I also hooked up with other guys as well, which I am not proud of. I guess I just need more time.

How do you move on from serious heartbreak?


Dear Brian,

I don’t want to diminish the feelings you had, but 8 months is not a long term relationship.  It’s dating.  Dating is the process of elimination and you date someone to see if you’re both a match and to see if it can develop into a serious relationship down the line.  If there was drama that soon into it, then that is a red flag.  You can’t go into a new dating situation with drama.  There is no way for him to get into something serious with someone that quickly.  That’s not serious, but terminal.

You had a brief hot, passionate affair that burned out abruptly.  When the union is based primarily on passion then that can bring out the drama.  You were attracted to the rush, excitement and newness of this and displayed fears that it would end.  With the next guy, don’t get attached too quickly as easy as that can be.  Communicate.  Make sure you’re both facing forward in the same direction and have the same interests.  Right now you’re missing the fun you two had, but as trite as this will sound, over time that will fade.  Don’t contact him and remove all traces of him.  You’ll find someone else to have fun with where there won’t be any drama.

This ended abruptly and you both immediately had sex with other people instead of working out your issues.  He got a whiff of this drama and said that this isn’t something he’s interested involved in.  He made his choice and is being smart.  You need to take a step back and take the lessons you’ve learned from this as not all dating scenarios are meant to go the distance.  This is why we date often and have several relationships or sometimes more before the real deal comes in because by then you’ve had enough experience on knowing what to do, what not to do as well as what you’ll tolerate up front and what you won’t.

If you have a question you’d like answered specifically around dating, relationships, love or any other pressing issue then shoot an email to “Ask Jagger” at  Be sure to leave certain information that you feel applies to your case whether you’re straight, gay, male or female.  Your name will not be used unless you approve.

Jagger is featured in the books “Jagger’s Revolution” about finding his current relationship and Jagger’s dating hand guide, “Dude 101“.  Jagger is the dark alter ego of writer Kevin Hunter. All advice and information is intended as a general guide and for entertainment purposes only. 

More Ask Jagger columns here

also available in kindle

Copyright © 2012 Kevin Hunter

Ask Jagger: The Guy I Met In a Bar Stopped Contacting Me

Dear Jagger,

I was at a bar that I often go to a few weeks ago when I saw this really cute guy sitting across the bar. He was smiling there and had amazing energy. I don’t usually don’t approach guys (too shy), but was drawn to him and found myself introducing myself. He was so nice and we had an amazing time.  I told him I had a date the next day, but would cancel if I had a better offer. We went on one of the best dates of my life. We went out to dinner, talked about our families and more. We both seem to be headed in the same direction, but to be honest my income is smaller.

He took me home that night after a drink at the same bar and we cuddled till he drove me to work at 5:30AM!  As stupid as it is I had thought that this time it would be different.

The next date was ok, but he spent the whole night complaining about the movie.  He always said it was uncomfortable when I put my arm around him (seating wise).  We planned a date two days ago, which he cancelled, but offered to go out and go to my place yesterday which he cancelled 30 minutes after he was supposed to pick me up.  I was so sad (already stressed from needing to move in less than a month and my job is sucking).  He asked me to go to lunch with him today and I hesitantly agreed.  Should I be mad?  If he blows me off again I’m done. He hasn’t confirmed lunch today and I haven’t heard from him.  I’m 23.



Dear Concerned,

You’re coming to grips with the realities of the modern day dating world.  You got too close too quickly and this scared him off.  You’re not going to meet a quality relationship guy in a bar.  You may meet a satisfying intimate encounter as you did here for one night, but it won’t turn into anything more than that.  People in bars are either desperately lonely or looking to have some fun, they’re not looking for their husband.

This is a lesson for you to take it slow with the next guy.  It’s understandable to become giddy with excitement over a new prospect, but when you get overly anxious you find yourself behaving in ways that you wished you hadn’t.  It’s always important to take it slow and understand that some people also have busy lives.  This is still no excuse for him to be flaky and uncommunicative when it comes to making plans with someone.  You got a taste of how it would be if you both sealed the deal at a later date.  Something tells me that this would’ve frustrated you in the end anyway.

You’re stressing out over your job and with making a physical move.  This is not the time to attach yourself to a new love interest.  Make sure you’re at a place of contentment before you attempt to dive into a relationship.

If you have a question you’d like answered specifically around dating, relationships, love or any other pressing issue then shoot an email to “Ask Jagger” at  Be sure to leave certain information that you feel applies to your case whether you’re straight, gay, male or female.  Your name will not be used unless you approve.

Jagger is featured in the books “Jagger’s Revolution” about finding his current relationship and Jagger’s dating hand guide, “Dude 101“.  Jagger is the dark alter ego of writer Kevin Hunter. All advice and information is intended as a general guide and for entertainment purposes only. 

More Ask Jagger columns here

also available in kindle

Copyright © 2012 Kevin Hunter

Ask Jagger: I Have a Crush On a Guy Who Says I’m Too Young To Date

Dear Jagger

I met a guy 3 years older than me (I’m 15, He’s 18). At the beginning (October 2011) he was always nice, smiling at me (but didn’t stare at me) and I thought that he liked me. One day he saw me with some 9th graders and he seemed surprised. After a month I told him by chat that I like him and to tell nobody. On the next day I asked him by chat again if there was any chance for me to stay with him, and he said no and that I’m too young for him. He told me that I should find someone else my age.

I asked a mutual friend to ask him what does he think about me and this friend told me that he thinks that I am pretty, but too young. He also said that if I was older he wouldn’t mind being my boyfriend.

It’s been 1 year (October 2012) and we still don’t talk and some guys told me that they knew I like him and one of the guys told me that he don’t believe that the boy I like will change his opinion about me. But he (the boy I like) is confusing me because he is smiling and staring at me with his mouth half open (I read that’s a sign that he is feeling attracted) all the time. One day he made me a seductive glance and he wasn’t paying attention to his friends while staring at me. Sometimes when he sees me, his face is like surprised and with the mouth half open. When I’m closer, he does that and he looks me in the eyes.

I seriously don’t understand him. If you could clear my mind, I appreciate it. Thank you.

(Sorry about the English)


Dear Rita,

It can be a wonderful feeling having a love crush on someone and knowing that they may be possibly crushing on you as well. However, there is one temporary setback in this situation. He is curious and interested in you, but he’s also being smart. You are not that much younger than him, but in the eyes of the law you are. A three year age difference is nothing, but it is something when you are 15 and he is 18. I don’t know what state you’re writing from, but in many states you’re not of legal age until 18. It can get messy if you date an 18 year old. 

{Paragraph removed due to the censorship police being offended by the truth dictated in this particular column and I say fuck you to that}

He’s showing good judgment and restraint by not pursuing anything as he knows it could be trouble in the end. However, once you’re 18 and he’s 21 then it’s no longer a big deal. It’s funny how an age difference suddenly becomes irrelevant as you get older. If he’s the one and this is a union that’s meant to happen, then the opportunity to explore something will still be there. In the meantime, if you truly do like him, then build a friendship with him for now. Let him know you’re perfectly willing to see where you’re both at when you turn 18 with the possibility of a relationship. This will also give you plenty of time to get to know him, and see if your feelings for him are still the same and haven’t changed. You should always be friends with someone first before you get involved with them.

I’m showing one stage or cycle coming to an end and a new one beginning. This can present an opportunity for something even greater down the line. Surrender this need to have him in a relationship at this time. Remember that you are not giving up on what you want; you are simply giving up on trying to control the outcome of this. Trust that everything will be resolved in your best interest in the end. In the meantime, use this time to get to know him as a friend. If you need to work more of this out, please don’t hesitate to contact me again.


If you have a question you’d like answered specifically around dating, relationships, love or any other pressing issue then shoot an email to “Ask Jagger” at  Be sure to leave certain information that you feel applies to your case whether you’re straight, gay, male or female.  Heartbreak and love troubles are an equal opportunity killer.  Everyone can relate to these circumstances by putting themselves in your shoes.

Jagger is featured in the books “Jagger’s Revolution” about his journey to finding his current relationship and his dating hand guide, “Dude 101“. Jagger is the dark alter ego of writer Kevin Hunter. All advice and information is intended as a general guide and for entertainment purposes only. 

More Ask Jagger columns here







also available in kindle

Copyright © 2012 Kevin Hunter

I’ve seen so many recently chasing people for love who are not interested in them. Read “Dude 101” & catch the signs.

I’ve seen so many recently chasing people for love who are not interested in them. Read my book “Dude 101” and catch the signs ahead of time before you end up disappointed and hurt.

Dude 101 is for anyone who continues to make dating mistakes or picking the wrong guys (or girls). Even though it’s called Dude 101 it doesn’t matter whether or not you’re male, female, straight or gay.  There is something in it that applies to everyone just by removing the appropriate gender/orientation.  Everyone goes through the same levels of emotion regardless.  The book is also for anyone who wants to open up their heart to love with the right person and what a REAL relationship is.  Stop pining over those that are a waste of time and see the red flags immediately so that you can get a move on towards obtaining someone worthy of your affections.

Even though the book is geared to the young adult set, I’ve discovered that the mistakes made are the same that those in their 30, 40’s and 50’s have been making.

I have to post this as I’ve never been bombarded with so many people’s love issues over the past couple of weeks crying for my assistance and feedback.  I’ve given it and I’ve offered them what I accurately pick up on.  They still keep going after them, fall even deeper into turmoil and then reach right back out to me.  These are also the same people that have never read Dude 101 which is the dating hand guide counterpart to the bigger love story, “Jagger’s Revolution“.

It’s available in paperback and kindle.  The kindle is only $4.  It’s basically the price of a fancy Starbucks cup of coffee, except this will raise your target heart rate to love where the health benefits are immeasurable.

Links to the book:



138 pages.


Are you constantly jumping in and going after the wrong guys?

Do you find yourself growing even more jaded and disappointed after every romantic interlude that grows sour?

Ask Jagger: I Let Him Get Away, But I Still Love Him

Dear Jagger,

I’m 21, a guy, bisexual and currently not out. In April 2011 (when i was 19) I met an incredible guy, who I will refer to as – Mark.  When I was away at school, we had amazing chemistry and spent some really great time together. When I say amazing chemistry – I’m talking something that I’ve never experienced before – emotionally, sexually, everything, it was unreal. So Mark asked me way back then if there was any way I thought we could take things in the direction of a relationship, I told him that thought I did as I really liked him, but I wasn’t ready for a relationship with a guy. In my mind there were just too many obstacles facing me and the idea of being in a relationship with him, though in retrospect that was what I wanted more than anything.

After that, we drifted apart, I really missed him but figured I’d eventually get over him. Truth be told, I couldn’t stop thinking about him everyday. In late August 2011, I bumped into him on campus, and he suggested we hangout sometime soon, and said that he’d be leaving at the end of the month to move to another city for grad school. We met a few days later and spent an amazing night together. One of the things he told me was “You’re a great, great guy.  When you’re ready, you’re going to have no problem finding someone. I can see myself with someone like you.” I wanted so badly for that person to be me, but at the time it still seemed so impossible.  What was I thinking?

A few days later he moved away to a city about 1.5 hrs away. He invited me to come visit him and go to a concert together in the fall, but I wasn’t able to make it. I spent a long, long time trying to forget about him, but was never able to. In the meantime I got into a relationship with a girl. Mark and I would still text occasionally, but that dwindled away by winter.

In late June 2012, I was coming home from work and randomly decided to go into a grocery store that I never go to, believe it or not – Mark was inside the front door. He was in town for a few days/  It was so wonderful to see him after so long, but at the same time so painful as well. In my head I started thinking that he must not have wanted to see me – since he was in town and didn’t bother telling me. He suggested though that we meet up the next day, so we did. He bought us coffee and we went for a walk.  He told me that he was seeing someone and I told him that I was too. It was horrible. However, since that run in, Mark and I started texting again, and he’d text me telling me about things like a song that reminded him of me.  In one text he told me that I’d looked “really good last time” he saw me.

A few weeks ago, I broke up with the girl I was seeing – it really wasn’t working for various reasons. This came up in a text convo with Mark and he told me that he was also now single. I was ecstatic at the fact that he was single.  I’ve reached a point where I can’t believe how much time I wasted when I could have been with someone that I love. If he would take me now, I would be with him in a heartbeat. However, I’m not sure if he still feels the same about me. I have felt so sick lately trying to figure out what to do about this. He’s been away on a trip with friends.  I’ve been working, but come September we’ll just be 1.5 hrs away again. I did text him one day and said “it’d be great to see you again Mark.  I’d really like to talk sometime. Maybe we could meet up when you’re back in Ottawa.” He replied and said – “Yeah that’d be nice, maybe we could combine with a concert.” That was about a week ago. Since that conversation, I haven’t heard much from him.

So this is what I’m trying to figure out – does he still like me?

What if he meets someone before I have a chance to see him and tell him exactly how I feel?  I know I’m biased, but he seriously is one of the most amazing guy’s I’ve ever met/seen)

This is all driving me crazy, and I feel a really strong compulsion to tell him how I feel. I want to do this face to face. I’ve even been thinking of texting him and asking if he’d be free on such and such a day, tell him that I really need to talk to him, and that I’ll take a bus to come meet up, even just for a coffee. Any opinions on this idea? I don’t want him to think I’m crazy either though.

I guess my options are:

-wait until some concert comes up in Ottawa and he invites me down

-tell him that I need to come see him to talk about things (and tell him how I feel about him)

-ask him if we can skype/phone sometime to talk, but maybe that would feel impersonal..

PLEASE let me know what you think about this whole situation, I am beating myself up so bad over the fact that I may have let such a good thing go. I recognize that I might have a chance at it now, and I really, really don’t want to lose it. Thank you so much!



Dear James,

Thank you for pouring your heart out.  Now tell HIM all this.  He’s stated his feelings and attraction for you each time he’s connected with you.  This is over the course of a year.  He obviously feels the same way and has not wavered so just tell him.  Let him know you’d like to meet up with him in person.  Tell him when you’re with him how you feel.  If he’s unable to meet in person then over the phone or via text is acceptable as a last resort.  You don’t need to lay it on thick.  If he says he’s with someone else or not ready, then tell him that’s fine, but that if things should ever change to let you know as you’re open to exploring it.  And then let him think about it.  Don’t beat yourself up over the outcome.  You’re still at an age where you’re experiencing life and figuring out what you want and who you are.  How you feel today will likely be different in five years.  When couples who are together accept these changes and adapt to one another that’s where longevity comes in.  I’m sending you a copy of my book, “Jagger’s Revolution” which is all about having an intense crush on someone.  It is exciting, passionate and sexual.  I won’t tell you what the outcome is, but it is a good one. : )



If you have a question you’d like answered specifically around dating, relationships, love or any other pressing issue then shoot an email to “Ask Jagger” at  Be sure to leave certain information that you feel applies to your case whether you’re straight, gay, male or female.  Your name will not be used unless you approve.

Jagger is featured in the books “Jagger’s Revolution” about his journey to finding his current relationship and his dating hand guide, “Dude 101“. Jagger is the dark alter ego of writer Kevin Hunter. All advice and information is intended as a general guide and for entertainment purposes only. 

More Ask Jagger columns here

also available in kindle

Copyright © 2012 Kevin Hunter

Everyone is so self-consumed, self-interested with their bodies, consumed with their egos.

“I’ve watched this world blow up and become infatuated over trivia and bullshit in other people’s lives.  Who is fucking who over and who is doing porn?  While we’ve got people living in Ethiopia and Uganda who…they don’t give a damn about what they look like or if they feel validated.  They’re trying to feed their kids!  I’m sorry I hate to see that.  People in other cultures don’t have the opportunity to act like us.  People don’t have the opportunity to do that in fucking New Orleans right now.  Who cares what you look like!  We live in this bubble of a world and frankly I’m sick of it.  All we give a shit about is our ripped abs and our Botox and who is hot and who has had work done.  We are so fucking shallow.  We look at the rest of the world in such a limited point of view, but the biggest fucking drag is the self focus.  The focus of ‘it’s all about me’ and ‘how do I feel?’, and ‘am I validated?’, ‘am I okay in the world?’  Give me a break.  You know go build a house for homeless people in Zimbabwe or volunteer and then I’ll be impressed.  People are selfish, spoiled, obnoxious and uncaring human beings.  I’m fucking over it.  I’m done.

We did start as the greatest country ever.  We came here.  We struggled.  We suffered.  We made colonies. We made it to be a certain way.  We fought just like everybody else.  We fought to the death for our freedom.  We had a revolution, became a free society, broke the chains that bound us and wrote the declaration of independence.  We were all considered equal although I don’t know what happened with that.  We had honor.  We were good people.  Are we not supposed to look at the homeless guy down the street?  We’re like animals.  We’re not human anymore.  Actually I don’t think we’re any different than animals.  Oh wait, except we have intelligence and tend to choose free will.  Everyone is so self-consumed, self-interested with their bodies, consumed with their egos.”

From the Script Adaptation of the book Jagger’s Revolution….


The full length Jagger’s Revolution book:


Dude 101 – What is it really all about?

What is it really all about?

I’m an incurable romantic and I write about the human condition and relationships, among other things.  I’ve had my share of love, dating and relationships, and come from the school of hard knocks, been disappointed, scorned and left, yet I go back to that one place, eternally hopeful and optimistic when it comes to love and companionship.

This is a self-centered world amidst self-seeking people and it’s not unusual that many find themselves wrestling with finding someone to give them what they want completely.  You want it to last, and are disappointed when it doesn’t.  We live among energy feeders.  We all feed off each other to the point where we’re exhausted.

Real love, real honest true love is building something that can sustain the distance. It’s how you get through crises together and endure the hard, coming out of it having strengthened your bond even more.  Real love is not immediate, but rather grows the more you feed it.  It’s falling in love repeatedly, but with the same person.  Something that isn’t easy to do in today’s instant “me” world.  The grudges you hold, the harboring resented anger you allow to seethe underneath you over the one who hurt you.  You’re unable to allow them to penetrate through, but it is possible.

The most powerful moment is when two souls realize they have something lovely together and how rare that is.  Once one passes the euphoria stage where you miss them every second of the day, then you begin wondering if this is the right person for you.  You become unhappy with their flaws wanting to call it quits.  It will always take work.  You’re forming an alliance.  You’re gradually building a history together in this world and becoming stronger as one, instead of two.

Don’t look for some shred that bothers you about this other person.  Look for a piece of light that touches you about him and what it is that first drew you to him to begin with and you build off of that.  It’s easier to fixate on the negative and to criticize than it is to fill yourself and your love up with optimism and praise.  The latter takes work, the former doesn’t, that’s why you see so much negativity in the world and everywhere around you.   Because no one wants to do the real honest work anymore, because that takes guts and strength.

Treasure what you have because to not is a genuine tragedy.  Don’t seek out perfection or have a long list of what you feel your ego needs, because you’ll never find it.  You’ll end up murderously disappointed.  The person that’s for you has been in front of you all along.  Open your eyes and reach out.  Let it envelope you and continue to work and perfect it.  Dudes need love too so start giving and express it.  Get into the joy of your life and include him in it.

Dude 101:



My book Jagger’s Revolution is so offensive that the word “cock” is said 67 times in it.

“My book Jagger’s Revolution is so offensive that the word “cock” is said 67 times in it.”

Jagger’s Revolution is a about an aristocratic beach thug who rules with an iron fist and by his scrupulous idea of how life should be. Jagger is a cool beauty who loses it when his ego isn’t fed by the dudes he claims to disdain. He equates dating with going to battle while on his hunt for the real thing in a city that is plagued of any honest human connection. He’s a hardening menace, with an uncompromising disapproval for weakness and bad etiquette. His engaging and flirtatious friends compliment his aggressive nature by tempering his inflexible fight on mankind to gain insight into their intolerable behavior.

The book takes you on a journey with Jagger through his dalliances and crushing love frustrations that appeal to young adults. He finds exhaustion with going on yet another dating excursion when he knows the guy for him is the one he can’t say more than two words to. If there is any light to all his darkness, it’s the pleasing love story, the central theme that runs throughout his disappointments in matters of the heart. He experiences the kind of crush and love one has as a teenager over Garth, the dreamboat lifeguard from Australia, with the boyish distinction and the killer smile, who he keeps running into in passing. He wrestles with his immediate unexplainable silent connection with him and longs to get close.

Jaggers’ buddies include, Troy, the young college kid with high morals from an abusive family.  Slade is the hot stud, former stripper who is living off daddy’s money who despises relationships of all kinds.  Russell is the oldest of the group who makes business happen while entertaining Summer beach bbq’s for the clan at his house.  Jagger’s Revolution contains explicitly sexual, romantic and erotic content.

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Jagger’s Revolution: A Screenplay
also available on paperback and kindle:



Erotic, love, sex book by Kevin Hunter called Jagger’s Revolution

Erotic, love, sex book by Kevin Hunter.  Jagger’s Revolution, the book for young adults has been released today and is available wherever books are sold.  Also available in Kindle ebook format.  A screenplay edition has also been released as well.

The book centers around a guy’s secret love crush on a beach lifeguard.


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