I wrote about crying during a spanking a few months back. A lot has changed in the meantime- and thankfully not much of it has involved crying. This is still something very close to the core of my submission, however. The desire to be brought to that state of emotional vulnerability and exhaustion and surrender still pulls … Continue reading Tears, Revisited
I just realised that I forgot to point out in my review of Elizabeth's Flight that Susan Thomas has also recently launched her own site, which has been added to the blogroll on the right. I look forward to visiting for tidbits of news as well as hearing about any upcoming releases.
Sarah and Stephen’s story began here Sarah tried not to feel silly, tied to door. Even with the curtains pulled, the bright afternoon sunlight lent a cheery air to the sitting room, an atmosphere she’d tried to cultivate in her home but one which didn’t exactly help her enter a submissive frame of mind. … Continue reading Intensive Coursework: Afternoon Delight
-image via Creative Discipline It's bad enough to have a witness without whoever it is becoming involved in the proceedings.
Between The Reluctant Bride and this new novella Susan has demonstrated quite the talent for well-crafted western romances. As with all of her books, there are plenty of spankings,and plenty of twists to keep the story moving along. While the plot is a touch fanciful, the central characters are each very well-rounded and believable. … Continue reading Book of the Month: Elizabeth’s Flight
One of my goals when I started blogging was to present a balanced, realistic view of what it is like entering into the world of spanking from the viewpoint of an inexperienced spankee. While the “thoughts on submission” entries relate my own thoughts and experiences, I’ve also enjoyed creating a fictional character “Sarah” who is … Continue reading The Sarah Saga
I don’t know where this reputation I’ve gotten as a thief came from. Sure, I may relocate the occasional spanking implement, but where’s the harm in that? I mean, these things are always returned to the rightful owner. . .once they’ve had a chance to consider the error of their ways (or more precisely, as … Continue reading Robin Bottom