I've heard many complaints about partners laying across the middle of a the bed, intruding on the other's side. It isn't selfishness though- it's merely practice for spankings. In the middle of the bed, there's always a chance he might not be able to reach. . .
Sarah glanced around the darkened club and tried not to panic. She’d never felt quite so uncomfortable in her life, and she wasn’t even being spanked. Not yet, anyway, and perhaps not at all with the way she had chosen to dress. She took a deep breath as she glanced at the scantily clad … Continue reading In Uniform
How unfair. Tea is spilly-enough on its own, waitressing is difficult enough as it is, no need to make things impossible for the poor girl.
Part of the Sarah Saga Sarah shyly took in her surroundings. This was as foreign as an environment as she had ever encountered. She’d known there would be sex. She’d said she wouldn’t be bothered, and while that was true she nonetheless found it rather odd, these couples and triples lounging about, passionately engaging in … Continue reading Libertine
A rather accurate depiction, I'd say- a spanking does tend to make the rest of the world fade away, leaving only the bottom and the implement.
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
LSF Publications have selected another of my shorts for publication- this time in the Pop! series, featuring M/F paddling tales. Initiation was my first foray into the fraternity/sorority genre, a genre which I feel is much in need of a more realistic take on student life- something I hoped to address with this story. I still … Continue reading Pop!
I’d have thought it a dream if not for the bruises. *** She was the first to befriend me, and I still know not why. She was striking, beautiful and perfect in both appearance and demeanour. I was merely nervous and shy, though less so when talking with her, calmed by her welcoming smile, bewitched … Continue reading Dancing with Angels
You'd think he'd want to know he's using the thing the wrong way, right? Surely there's no harm in a bit of constructive criticism.
As some of you have likely guessed from the lack of regular posts, June is flying by for me. More than half way through the month, I've finally chosen a book- Stacy goes to College by Frank Martinet (who some may know as Flogmaster). His stories were among the first I read after stumbling on … Continue reading Book of the Month: Stacy Goes to College