I recently had several scene friends come to visit me for a traditional music festival in my hometown. I was shocked at just how many had accepted the invitation- I had not realised there was such an overlap in interest. I am still buzzing from what was a wonderful week on so many levels, and … Continue reading Convergence
I've fallen behind on posting here, though for once I have a good (and pertinent) reason. I'm not quite sure how I fell into this particular project. I thought, when things started, that I had merely agreed to meet a few friends to do a small school role play on a Saturday afternoon. If it went … Continue reading Side Project
I remember reading somewhere that most blogs tend to go inactive within three years. Glad to have beaten those odds, though progress has been shaky at times. That said, this last year has been particularly special. I’ve thrown myself into the local scene, and am having a blast- and plenty of spankings. As this … Continue reading 3
Mission Statement CLASS Ireland, the Continued Learning Academy for Submissives and Switches, is a school which strives to provide a well-ordered, caring, happy and secure learning environment, where the intellectual, moral and disciplinary needs of our pupils are identified and addressed. We seek to create an environment where students are given the attention they need to … Continue reading CLASS Ireland
A bit of local colour this month, from an author who has become both a friend and an inspiration. While Evie Hunter's A Touch of Spice has only a few spanking scenes, the D/S dynamic runs strongly through the book. When a noble, if troublesome, heroine and an experienced military veteran are stranded on … Continue reading Book of the Month: Touch of Spice by Evie Hunter
“Lovely day, isn’t it?” Gail could only gape and try to avoid Henry’s eyes as he lowered himself down beside her on the flat rock overlooking the river. “Couldn’t ask for more sunshine this time of year; the break from the rain is much appreciated. Bit of a chill though.” … Continue reading Runaway
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.