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Jagger’s Revolution. The Summer Trashy Beach Read by Kevin Hunter.

Jagger’s Revolution

Jagger’s Revolution is a modern day love story about a tough beach thug on a hunt to conquer his love crush. Take a journey with Jagger through his dating dalliances and crushing love frustrations. He is surrounded by his colorful friends: The preppy book smart Troy, the high powered executive, Russell, and the sex loving and relationship hating Slade.

Dive into Jagger’s early years in a series of autobiographical essays revolving around the author’s love life including: The Five Year Old Incident, The High School Episode with Billy, Natasha: The Escort Chick, The Drug Conquest, Sage and The Vegas Stripper Club and Jagger’s Break as a Sex Columnist. Jagger is the alter ego of the author and he finds exhaustion with several dating entanglements that includes: Caden: the Malibu Cobra, the Skaterboy, The Englishman and The Professor.

All throughout his love, dating and sex scenarios, Jagger experiences the kind of crush and love 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’s Revolution
contains hard biting dating wisdom surrounded by true accounts of being slighted by love while craving for that perfect mate. If Jagger develops the courage to go for it, then he just might get his wish with his lifeguard dude in the end.

Reader Advisory Warning: “Jagger’s Revolution” contains some sexually graphic and explicit content.

Jagger’s Revolution is available in paperback and kindle wherever most books are sold.

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What readers have said about “Jagger’s Revolution”:

“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.”

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

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

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

Jagger’s Revolution was a beautiful story.”

“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.”

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

“I read your book and I get hard, then I get flaccid, then hard again. You say something that makes you stop and think, then it switches gears and I get hard again.”

“Eww you have sex with girls in your book. Yuck! But the Billy sex! Mmm! Instant hard on reading.”

“I read your book 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 you bare all, but you took it one step further with this book.”

“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!!”

“Love your book!! Awesome erotic stuff 🙂 but you probably get that a lot.”

“Was impressed by the books eloquence and passion.”

“When you say gay friendships missing morality and loyalty.  Kevin you are right I agree.”

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

~  Kevin Hunter

www.kevin-hunter.com

Empowerment, inspirational and self-help books by Kevin Hunter
are available in paperback and kindle wherever books are sold.


  

Supreme Court Legalizes Same Sex Marriage in the United States. This was predicted in my book, “Warrior of Light”.

The Supreme Court announced today that they have legalized Same Sex Marriage in the United States. This was predicted and mentioned in my book, “Warrior of Light” and “Divine Messages for Humanity” years ago. It was one of the circumstances my Spirit team said was coming. This is fantastic news for committed same sex couples who desire to take their love to a higher level by joining into a legally recognized marriage.

While Marriage Equality is a positive step in evolving humanity in the direction of love, it doesn’t mean much will change right away. Those who hate you for being different from them will continue to hate you. The interracial marriage ban was knocked down by the Supreme Court in 1967. It’s been nearly 50 years later and people are still racist. Marriage Equality is the law of the United States, but there is little love that exists in so many hearts. This is something that needs to continue to be worked on.

Side note: In another lifetime, I was allegedly a Merchant Marine who was also a homophobic prick. I would rally everyone up to harm anyone who was gay or of a different race. I was killed in the boiler room on the ship I was a part of when it blew up. I was 25 years old and left behind my wife and son. The irony is that same energy that I put into rallying up the masses in hate then, I now in this lifetime preach and put towards love.

~  Kevin Hunter

www.kevin-hunter.com

Empowerment, inspirational and self-help books by Kevin Hunter
are available in paperback and kindle wherever books are sold.


  

“Jagger’s Revolution” The boy book that takes a not so pretty peek into the gay dating life in Southern California – Kevin Hunter

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

“Jagger’s Revolution”
The boy book that takes a not so pretty peek into the gay dating life in Southern California.

Things have just begun heating up in Los Angeles.  Jagger, a strong, put together dude works out his dating frustrations through a series of sexually charged columns and vignettes.  A fun-laidback-summer book for the under twenties set who hate to read, but are looking to get off, be slightly enlightened or just plain dreaming of love.  Readers follow Jagger’s hunt for the real thing in a city that seems to be plagued of any honest human connection.  One nineteen-year-old reader described it as a rainbow book for adults, “…more emotional, but HOT!”

The protagonist is an aristocratic beach thug who rules by his scrupulous idea of how dating and relationships should be equating dating with going to battle. He’s strikingly attractive, but also a menace, with an aggressive disapproval for weakness and bad etiquette. His rough and interesting dating past prompts an editor to spear him into incorporating and transcribing his findings into a series of columns for a popular magazine. The author sets up a highly perceptive dark alter ego, Jagger, to deliver a not particularly warm interpretation of the dating and sex world, while offering a fresh alternate perspective.

He steps up to inform us all about what it’s like to be a regular guy dating in the current frustrating marketplace, offering much more serious complications in the way of hunting for romance. Jagger wrestles with assuming the stance of a guy-cockiness and all-yet searching for a balance in finding love’s peace.  He seems to have it all down, and believes he has Mr. Right in his eye line, if only he could speak to him.

The narrative is sexually explicit throughout, but also affecting in places where you’re motioned to stop and think. He finds exhaustion with going on yet another sexual or friendly 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 feels an immediate silent connection with him and longs to get close.

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Jagger’s Revolution by Kevin Hunter
Publication Date: November 28, 2006
Paperback: (5×8) – $13.97; 330 pages

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The Adult Version of Rainbow Books; Wow it’s a gay novel with a sex and the city edge – Kevin Hunter

What some readers have said about Kevin Hunter’s book “Jagger’s Revolution”

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Kevin HunterJAGGER’S REVOLUTION fan notes:

“Wow!  I just read a few pages of your book.  Hot!  Yum!  It’s almost like a jerk off reading.”

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

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

“Eww you have girls sex in your book yuck!  But the Billy sex!  Mmm! Instant hard on reading.”

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

“I started reading your book and it’s really good by the way.”

“I’m reading your book and I get hard, then I get flaccid, hard, then flaccid again.  You say something that makes you stop and think, then it switches gears and I get hard again.”

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

“Wow it’s a gay novel with a sex and the city edge! luvs it!!!”

“It is hot over here and that book of yours only inflames things more”

“To see someone who understands that writing isn’t about fantasy as much as it is about re-creating life on the page. And the dedication is really something to admire. Crawling under the sheets is an expression loosely “Used to describe that instance when you bare all but you took it one step further.”

“Thank ya deeply for your book, for the kindness and preciousness…that book rocked truly my soul I loved it.  It was a beautiful story.”

“I just finished reading Jagger’s Revolution.  What an interesting guy, this author, 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.  His book sort of gave me a ‘Rebel Without a Cause” feel, but with a lot more penetration.  That wasn’t a bad feeling.  Nice work.”

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Jagger’s Revolution: Jagger carries with him a depth and darkness so vast it isn’t surprising that he hail from some otherworldly place – Kevin Hunter

Jagger’s Revolution

“Jagger’s Revolution” is a ride through character development and finding a path to true love.  Jagger carries with him a depth and darkness so vast it isn’t surprising that he hail from some otherworldly place.  Although he lives in a sprawling bohemian beach community, he runs it as if he were a ruthless aristocrat.  He writes about love and yet hates to date.  He doesn’t need men, but just wants one in particular.  Then he makes the mistake of letting many men into his life. The many that come off fleeting and pointless they are barely allowed room to breathe in his sun-kissed utopia.  You wouldn’t want them to anyway.  He knows this.  They infiltrate the many clones pointlessly pursuing everything and nothing in L.A. furthering his inner disappointment with love.  When you hardly know someone and that’s how he treats you, he’s not worth serving 35 years to life.  So he does everything but kill them.  He finds just the right note between suspicion and perception.  He never compresses his revelations and dreams of an ideal paradise.  Instead he manifests it to include him, his posse and that hot lifeguard that he believes carries the key that will awaken every erotic sense existing in him. 

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JAGGER’S REVOLUTION: A Screenplay by Kevin Hunter


JAGGER’S REVOLUTION: A Screenplay by Kevin Hunter

  

 

GENRE:                         Drama/Romance

LOCATION (S):             Southern California Beach

BUDGET:                       Medium

CIRCA:                           Present

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LOGLINE: A dark peek into the modern day dating life of Jagger, an aristocratic beach thug, handsome tough writer who suffers blows loudly while wrestling with a hard biting crush on the hot lifeguard he keeps running into, and who just might be his ideal mate.

 

NOTES:            

Dark and erotic are two themes this story has been assaulted with.  It’s a character piece and a study about one guy’s journey to find love.I’ve always thought of Jagger as someone on a mission, someone who isn’t shrunken back into hiding.  He almost refuses to be a remote guy even though that might be what’s observed when someone first sees him.  He’s a quiet terror; you almost aren’t sure what he’s capable of because he’s total anarchy and his own law.  The universe conspires to present this younger Australian guy, Garth, into his life, and he has this instantaneous attraction to him that he doesn’t quite understand.

The first thing I wanted to do with him was throw romance out the window, because I believe in love over romance, and there is a difference.  In Jagger’s world, romance is a destructive force.It’s a lie, whereas true love is a universal truth that he pursues.  I wanted to expose the current western romantic mythology that’s in place, which is that there is such a thing as happily ever after, or your prince charming will come.  What I’m saying is that most people have a frustrated relationship with that myth, and that indeed IT IS a myth.  If you’re in the present, looking for truth, then you’ll be more satisfied, and that’s a much more beautiful view of life.  I can personally distinguish between love and romance.  Romance in Jagger’s world is a delusion, but whereas love, the reality of love is much more everlasting, and in the end that’s what Jagger finds in the story with Garth. 

I’m portraying sexuality not from a guy’s point of view, but a particular guy’s point of view, and also a point of view on aggression when he reacts to being duped.  It’s not sexy for me to show the act of fighting, what’s more interesting to me is to show the real, true, emotional consequences of a damaged childhood or a relationship that is not at all fulfilling and fueling his spiral down into a rabbit hole.

I don’t think of him as hostile or loud-mouthed.  He’s a truth teller.  He’s honest.  He’s someone who has located all of his passion, and puts it into experiences and into words, and that’s where he’s located himself, he’s marginalized and lives on the fringes of things, engaged in himself until Garth comes along luckily, luckily for him. 

The main erotic scene happens in the climax of the story between the two leads.I’ve found that I’ve had to justify how it’s love.  It’s been described as graphic, but very sexy.  My reaction is of confusion, it’s not graphic, it’s poetic, and because when they do go to bed they are both, very interested in each other’s pleasure and to me that’s about love and not just mindless sex.  I wanted to treat the eroticism between them in a very incredible artful way. 

This isn’t a romantic comedy, but what I love about the formula of most romantic comedies is the journey you’re on.  You already know that these two people are going to get together, but the fun of it is waiting it out until the end when they finally do, the build-up, and the fantastic sexual tension that builds until you almost can’t take it, the traces of how the relationship slowly evolves.  In that sense it’s airy and distant because the lovers don’t truly converse on a massive level until the third act, I was thinking, “Sleepless in Seattle” and old crush romances like, “Sixteen Candles” getting the seemingly unobtainable popular boy in the end.  Jagger spends most of the story trying to get it together, dating the wrong people and dreaming of one he doesn’t really know and yet feels unusually connected to.  Whenever he runs into Garth, I wanted to hark back to those careless adolescent days when everything was starry eyed and beautiful just like in High School with your crush on the hunk.  When his love interest vanishes and is not in the picture he’s back wrestling with inner demons trying desperately to fix it all and climb out of it, but the hole is too deep.  As it so often happens, love does appear when you’re not looking and when it’s time, when it’s ready and that’s when you have magic. It takes a bunch of wrongs to get to a right.  The characters Garth and Jagger spend almost no time together until the inevitable conclusion at which point they meet officially, a minor miracle of romantic and erotic choreography.  I love that idea that sometimes the one for you is right in front of you and you don’t even know it.  Save the best for last.

 


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Kevin Hunter – Author/Writer of Dude Lit

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Biography

Kevin Hunter was born in Arcadia, California. He pens under his middle name “Hunter”, while using his last name on film credits. He is best known as a writer of what he calls Dude Literature, (Dude lit), the brother counterpart to the chick lit genre, but geared towards young men in their teens, twenties and thirties, who wrestle with independent streaks, loner fighter qualities, and same sex attractions.

His work tends to have a radical and aggressive point of view often counteracting the interwoven story with a narrator who comments on social issues that revolve around the severity of the human condition. His style tends to be dark and direct encompassing the many facets and complexities of human sexuality and relationships in general. In time his work may be considered significant due to his unique modern exploration of human psychology told in a way that a teenager can follow and model after.

As Hunter’s protagonists tend to be strong, if not unconventional, yet exceptional men, they do have underneath an extreme look at society’s affirmative and at times unconstructive influences and contributions to human existence. Although not particularly considered a political advocate, there are distinctive political themes that have been an underlying common thread in his stories, adopting an Independent viewpoint with a clear admiration for the first Founding Fathers, who did not belong to any political party, but rather hoped they would never be formed, for fear that the country would be unable to work together and fail to progress. The kind of mentality that the United States would not tolerate bigotry of any kind is evident. This kind of anti-bias mentality coupled with an acute, rigid code of broadminded behavioral ethics is evident in Hunter’s work, seamlessly incorporating it underneath the initial stories and presenting a possible consequence should one reveal a sliver of intolerance.

 

Early work

Kevin began work in the entertainment field at the age of 23 joining one of Hollywood’s most respected actors, Michelle Pfeiffer. The sharp, film-literate worked as her development assistant at her company, Via Rosa, where he read and provided coverage on potential projects searching for strong female driven characters-no victims. He worked through the development and productions of One Fine Day and A Thousand Acres. After three years with her, he then made a move into film production hammering his name into stone in the film industry working with some highly notable talent and producers while adding to a mounting list of production credits that include Via Rosa’s The Deep End of the Ocean, as well as Crazy in Alabama, Original Sin, The Perfect Storm, Dr. Dolittle 2 and Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. He subsequently reunited with Pfeiffer’s producing partner, Kate Guinzburg at her short-lived company with veteran Producer, Martin Bregman, to assist in bringing the Julia Stiles film Carolina into production.


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