At a glance, Lois Einhorn appears a normal, attractive brunette. However, she is Ray Finkle, a top-notch football placekicker, who was hired to play for the Miami Dolphins in Superbowl 17. Finkle was a recognised football wunderkin, who enjoyed success at every turn. His incredible kicking skills eventually led to him being lovingly nicknamed “The Mule” by football fans everywhere.
During the final seconds of Superbowl 17 (the game that Finkle was brought in to ensure the Dolphins won), however, this all changed. Finkle missed the kick which would have won the Dolphins the entire game. Despite furiously protesting that it was in fact Dan Marino’s fault (he wasn’t holding the ball properly, affecting the kick), he was disgraced. His mistake cost the Dolphins the game, and the money and prestige that would have come with it. It cost those betting on the game their money. His disgrace disgraced his own home-town, who previously lauded the fact that such a successful personage hailed from their area. Upon his return home after the game, he found his house defaced by those furious with his apparent incompetence. Those in his favourite bar beat and expelled him from their tavern. Finkle’s entire life was ruined. The glory he had once enjoyed, the attention, the women, all gone - replaced by universal scorn and hatred. All because of Marino.
Read about Finkle’s plan to redeem himself, and the details of his vengeance on Marino by clicking the section entitled: “Finkle’s Plan”, as well as view a plethora of other things about Ray Finkle and his feminine disguise by navigating around this website.
Breaking News: Announcing new books inspired by the story of Ray Finkle/Lois Einhorn!
The Black Widow Holly Sharp
A 419-scammer has lost a large sum of money with which he was entrusted by his colleagues, and now must race against time to pay them back. After his plan to conduct a series of robberies to get the cash falls through, the scammer gets an idea that may save his life. 'The Black Widow' by Holly Sharp relays the story of this scammer's humiliating attempt to seduce, marry and murder a millionaire by the name of Benjamin Davis, in a desperate attempt to save his own life, as well as fuel a lavish lifestyle of women, drugs, and alcohol. Will the scammer be successful? Or will the victim discover his plans and secretly turn the tables on him?
Genre: MTF forced-feminisation, drama Length: 261 pages, 76,000 words Price: $2.99
'True love smoulders, not burns,' James had always thought. That is, until he meets Kirsty, a gorgeous, enigmatic woman with emerald hair. There's only one problem: Kirsty is actually a man - a man who happens to spend every waking second of his time as a girl - but a man no less. Well, that and the fact that James is in a relationship, one that he doesn't plan on getting out of anytime soon.
Genre: Romance (MTF transgender/straight-guy), drama Length: 191 pages, 60,000 words Price: $2.99
Kirsty’s new life in the country is better than she could have ever imagined. She has a beautiful home; a wonderful group of friends; and gorgeous gentleman who loves and accepts her for who she is. Now, all of that is on the line as Kirsty and John become embroiled in a fight to protect their home, their position in the community, and even their relationship with each other.
Note: this is book two in the Staying Her series of novels, revolving around the story of James and Kirsty, a straight man and a transgendered woman. This book contains strong religious themes.
How Far the Mighty Have Fallen: The Ray Finkle Story has been cancelled. Rather let the story languish in an Evernote folder, however, I have decided to release my chapter summaries for you all to enjoy. The summaries themselves aren't quite yet finished, but they will be soon. Until then, click the 'Read More...' button below to read everything up to Marino's trial!
UPDATE!! I've decided to release the chapter summaries as a PDF. It is now a combination of novel/comic. DOWNLOAD IT NOW!! A few minor updates will be available over the coming weeks to images and text for typos, etc.