Tracy Queen, V1 (Paperback)

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Tracy Queen, V1 (Paperback)

60 pages. 5 chapter-title, full-page illustrations. 10 guest art spotlights. Lots more!

Welcome to Tracy Queen, V1, where Tracy discovers independence and begins a quest for her own erotic empowerment.

Written by Lynsey GIllustrated by Jayel Draco. Cover by stevieraedrawnLettered by Cardinal RaeFlats by FlattsquatFeaturing guest art by: RenameyJacey Chase, Kael McDonald, Pink Pitcher, Hotarujra, Eldkrind, ShaydensDoodle, X Cat Darkness, Xavier Hart, Jsquared.

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Tracy Queen, V1 introduces readers to our badass, queer, love-warrior hero, Tracy Queen. When we meet her, Tracy’s just been dumped. Guys never stick around when they find out about her grandfather’s crime syndicate. In the middle of her self-pity party, a drug-addled talking raccoon breaks into Tracy’s domain. Soon, he’s moved in with our lonely, heartbroken hero. 

Soon, Nikola (that’s the raccoon) introduces the sheltered Tracy to new ideas, like getting away from her grandfather’s stifling control. And like getting herself off, instead of waiting for someone to do it for her. Inspired by the freedom she finds in self-pleasure and disgusted by her grandfather’s “business” tactics, Tracy strikes out on her own.

But then, Tracy drains her bank account on “intimate devices.” Whoops! Without money or job prospects, she decides to try adult webcamming…and realizes that she loves it. Not just the erotic stuff, either! She enjoys educating her viewers about biology, psychology, and destigmatizing pleasure—not to mention being herself on camera. Soon, she’s making a tidy living online and feeling more empowered than ever. But will her repressive, violent past let her live her new life in peace? Probably not…

Now available as digital .pdf

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Weight 6.6 oz
Dimensions 10.25 × 6.25 × .25 in

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  1. The perfect modern day Superhero for powerful women who hate bad guys and just want to be satisfied with her world.

  2. Tracy’s story keeps me on the edge of my seat wondering where it will go next. I love the character development and story. Oneshi press has an amazing range in their stories serious, funny, campy, calm, it’s never boring or dull. Worth the purchase whether it’s Tracy Queen, Pack, Children of Gaia, Mr. Guy, the anthologies with so many artists and views, Oneshi never disappoints.

  3. Not only is this book a fun read and aesthetically engaging but its also morally and culturally validating in an intellectually progressive fashion.

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