Category Archives: Naturist Fiction

Announcing: a new website! —

Yup. It happened. P.Z. Walker now has his own author website. You can find it, surprisingly enough, at This means that all links to my books that live here will point to the new site. Don’t worry, nothing you need to do, it’s all being taken care of. It was about time that this…

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Well done, Mr. Walker! It’s a good looking site and we’ll be able to keep up with your prodigious output here.

I’ve read 3 of the Naked Crow series and Mirror Earth and thoroughly enjoyed the stories. Try them if you haven’t already done so. You won’t be disappointed.

Bookish update —

Hi there. With July on the way out which means that most of 2016 is already behind us, I thought I’d give you a little update on what’s going on here book-wise. Mirror Earth 2 The end of that book is in sight. I’m working on getting the last chapter in order and shape, which…

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Thanks for the update and good luck with your books, Mr. Walker. You deserve to be read.

I have read several of Walker’s Naked Crow books and Mirror Earth too. His latest Shadow Dancer (Naked Crow 5) is a really good read with strong characters. He is a great storyteller and you have to admire someone who, I believe, is not a native English-speaker, writing in what must be for him a foreign language. Not many in this world can weave an entertaining tale in a foreign language. Kudos.

This means that the written prose is not perfect English, clearly spoken 98% percent accurately but with the inflection of a foreign-speaker. Readers: get over that and admire the content for what it is. Really good reads.

I have to say though that Shadow Dancer was much easier to read with more of an anglicised prose than previous books.

Keep up the good work, Mr. Walker. Looking forward now to Mirror Earth 2.

Shadow Dancer

Cover for a new book —

Hi, yes, here’s a cover for a new book – and it’s not one of my books! My friend in writing, Wallace Greensage, asked for some assistance in creating the cover for his second New Albion book and I made this for him: The book is not available yet but if you’re curious about the…

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Really looking forward to my friend Wally’s new book – the second in the New Albion series. Enjoyed the first book ‘Who Is This Naked Lady?’ immensely.

Naked Crow 5 is out there! —

It happened. Book 5 in the Naked Crow series has appeared. I had never thought there would be 5 books. Maybe even 6 but I have yet to start on that. While Jeremy blossoms in his new job and finds new ways to express himself, Sheila suddenly finds herself in Mississippi where a friend is…

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Can’t wait to get into this!

Naked Crow 5. Cover reveal —

YES! YES YES YES! It’s happening! I’m through the editing stage and now working on getting the actual books compiled and all the fun that comes with that. Naked Crow 5 will be out ‘soon’. Note that I am not yet putting a date on it but it won’t be very long now. And to…

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Looking forward to reading book 5 of Paul Z Walker’s series. The previous 4 books in this series grew on me very quickly. What will Shiiil…Shiilii…Sheila be up to this time?

my clothes free life to host book club in july — clothes free life

Attn clothes free readers will host its 1st book club start jul 5 #nakedreadingday will read @Paul_Z_W mirror earth — clothesfreelife (@Liveclothesfree) June 2, 2016

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Sally Dali – Wonder Where She Found That Pen Name?

Here is a long rambling Book Review of “The Naked Collection”, by Sally Dali It’s well-written (the review I mean) and, for me, right on the button.

Sally Dali

The review is well-written by Duncan Heenan on the Naturist Action Group (NAG) website. I’ve read all of Sally’s (repetitive, short, over-priced) books and, because I devour all naturist reading that I can lay my hands on, I admit to quite enjoying them. However, Duncan says it all, so I’m not going to repeat him.

NAG is an increasingly influential naturist organisation based in London run by volunteers to further naturism in London specifically and  UK generally. Emphasis on the word ‘naturism’. I support this group wholeheartedly. They do a lot of good.

More nudist reading book links that are worth reviewing are P Z Walker‘s A Naturist’s Library on his website. Almost 50 titles! And still growing.

And I must give a literary mention to my old buddy Wally Greensage. He has done what he has been threatening to do for years and put pen to paper to publish the first in the New Albion naturist fiction series. I enjoyed both your first book “WHO IS THIS NAKED LADY? And What Have They Done With My Wife?” and your short story (sequel) “Charlotte’s Near Miss“, Wally. Good luck, my old friend. Looking forward to your next book in the series, due out shortly.

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