I'd been meaning to read a Gor book for a while- and have been reading one for a while. It was slow going, and my predominant reaction is something along the lines of "thank goodness sci fi / fantasy writing has improved in the last fifty years". However, whereas The Fellowship of the Ring continues … Continue reading Book of the Month: Tarnsman of Gor
I sit in the pub with a pint and a laptop, typing frantically, focused on my work, my words. Out of the corner of my eye though, I sometimes see the concerned looks. Sometimes notice the pity. It’s the holidays, and they think I’m alone. I’m not though, not really. I’m with you. … Continue reading Happy Holidays!
At a recent CLASS detention event, we were all instructed to bring a note explaining what we had done to warrant being kept in on a Saturday afternoon. We were also told, as it was December, that allowances would be made for festive behaviour. What did they expect?
Recently I've been making an effort to read some of the frequently-recommended introductory BDSM guidebooks. As with many things, quality varies widely. Some have good advice, some I question. Some read like technical manuals, others are more patronisingly juvenile. Screw the Roses is written in a style that appealed to me, conversational and funny without … Continue reading Non-Fiction Book of the Month: Screw the Roses, Send me the Thorns
As part of my celebration of back to school season (that's something to celebrate even if one isn't in school, right?) I am featuring Theo Jones's Olga Returns to her Teens. I've long believed that school would have been much more fun with an adult's awareness and social skills, and may well be worth the loss … Continue reading Book of the Month: Olga Returns to Her Teens by Theo Jones
Preparing for Aemilia Hawk's Art of Impact workshop tomorrow.