Published in The Spanking Digest

LSF have selected one of my stories for publication in Issue 14 of The Spanking Digest. The Spanking Dress was among the first stories I wrote, and still a personal favourite. I was thrilled to hear that it is now available in a new format. From the publisher: Celebrating diversity in spanking fiction, this issue … Continue reading Published in The Spanking Digest

Leading and Learning: Reluctance and Discipline

From the Sarah Saga Sarah woke in a sweat from a disjointed dream in which shadowy figures stared down menacingly, various acquaintances giving her intense looks of disappointment, and of a certain hairbrush. . . Sarah rolled over and reached for the glass of water on the bedside locker, its contents warmed to room temperature … Continue reading Leading and Learning: Reluctance and Discipline

Leading and Learning: First Punishment

From the Sarah Saga “Bring me the brush.”   Sarah took a deep breath before complying. It was time. After nearly three weeks of discussion, negotiation, confession, apology, scolding, it was time for the punishment.      There had been scolding this morning as well, in-person scolding, and though it had reminded her of precisely … Continue reading Leading and Learning: First Punishment

Strangers No More

From the Sarah Saga, with thanks to Topcat599 Frank and Sarah's story began here *** “That was an amazing scene.”   “What?” Sarah asked, genuinely confused.  The night had barely begun and, here among newish friends, she’d yet to establish the sort of connection she needed before feeling comfortable submitting to a spanking or anything … Continue reading Strangers No More

Leading and Learning: Closer to the Edge

From the Sarah Saga Sarah came home to find Brian seated on the sofa, already in spanking position.     “You think you’re clever do you?” he asked, hefting the copy book she had left for him. His half-smirk told her that, despite his words, he appreciated the humour in her essay.  After all the … Continue reading Leading and Learning: Closer to the Edge

Leading and Learning: Hide and Seek

From the Sarah Saga The next morning, Sarah awoke to a quiet shuffling sound. She rolled over, the neighbours must be at again. . .   The shuffling repeated again, accompanied by the closing of a door. Brian! She awoke with  a start. She had nearly forgotten her guest in her sleepiness.  It was odd … Continue reading Leading and Learning: Hide and Seek