No new story from me today (or last week or the week before. . .I know. . .). Work has kept me extremely busy recently, and non-technical writing hasn't much happened (not even email and comment responses- very sorry for my absence, but it's nice to see you all seem to have been having a … Continue reading Bonus Book of the Month: Dana and the Drifter by Abigail Armani
The thought of an impending bitching is chilling enough, no need to be wandering outdoors half-dressed.
I've heard that too much fast food can do terrible things to one's bottom. This wasn't what I thought they meant, though.
If the panties are grey, then the label must refer to what is underneath?
I'll admit to blatantly shopping by cover here. (Note to self: I really need to get rainbow striped toe socks. My life will not be complete until this inadequacy is resolved.) I was very glad I did- the debut novel from Alex Reynolds (of Alex in Spankingland) was a great read. The scenario requires quite … Continue reading Book of the Month: The Doctor’s Little Girl by Alex Reynolds
A simple arrangement, but a potent reminder. And, thankfully, relatively easy to explain should any unsuspecting unexpected visitors come to call (he's always leaving his things everywhere). Though that explanation may have its own consequences later.