Couldn't resist getting some new bedding before a fellow spankee came to visit!
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
There once was a bright brass school bell Whose clang could raise demons from hell. At the sound of its chime Classes started on time On late students no others would tell. But one day a bright student thought And prayed that she would not get get caught With a glance to the side … Continue reading For Whom the Bell Tolls
Something different this month. Thus far, I've only been featuring erotic fiction. While there will still be plenty of that featured here, I've recently delved more deeply into non-fiction writing on spanking, BDSM, and sexuality more generally and will be featuring those books as well from time to time, starting with Alain do Botton's How to … Continue reading Book of the Month: How to Think More about Sex by Alain de Botton
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
The "floundering young lady rescued by a well-meaning spanking mentor" archetype may be used in many spanking novels, but for good reason. This is one of my favourite types of stories, and of those Uncle Richard's Disciplinary Regime by Rachel White is a shining example. After a rocky start at University, Rachel accepts an offer from … Continue reading Book of the Month: Uncle Richard’s Disciplinary Regime by Rachel White
I sent no Christmas cards last year. I had thought this chore was part of growing up, of being an adult. I started my first year out of college, not quite enthusiastically, but dutifully. I sent them to all the relatives in my parents’ database, people I knew of but did not really know. … Continue reading Those Who Matter