Monday, July 30, 2018
I finished my story a few weeks ago and Claudia finished hers up over the weekend. I won't give anything away except to say that my story is very much what you'd expect from me and Claudia pulled a change up on me. I don't know how I feel about it. It's a bit different from what we usually write although it certainly has all the elements of female domination and feminization in it. I'm going out of town for a bit, but when I get back I'm going to set up the voting and I'll publish the whole thing on August 10th.
If I can stomach being gracious for a moment, I think her story does show that Claudia is a pretty gifted writer in her own right and not just along for the ride. I think my stories have improved greatly since she became my cowriter and I'm kind of glad she gets to show off a bit.
This may have been the first book I have ever written where the toughest part was naming the damn thing. Feminizing a Ghost isn't a bad title, but I have been worried people would think I meant a real ghost. I got the idea for Feminizing a Ghost from an interview on NPR with an advice columnist. She talked about receiving an email from a guy who ghosted a woman and now 10 years later, he discovered she was going to be his boss.
If you've never heard of ghosting, it's when somebody is cowardly to face a confrontation so they just completely vanish from their lover or spouse's life. That's what happens in this story. When Andi is on vacation with her best friend, the friend's fiancee Jake cleans out his stuff from their apartment and just vanishes. It's 6 years later, he doesn't remember Andi and she's about to be his new coworker.
At it's heart it's mostly about the actual act of feminizing Jake and the powerful humiliation that he feels at the hand of Andi and the girlfriend he ghosted.
Friday, July 20, 2018
I'm going to start off by outing myself. Beach House is a reworking of a 25 year old genre classic by Cindy V. Her story is a great read, but I never liked the ending. I read her story carefully and rewrote it changing details before greatly diverging. I then ran it by Claudia and Mindi Harris to have their goes at making changes they found necessary or desirable. In the end, we had a very original story, but so many of the bones were from Cindy, that I really wanted to acknowledge her.
I first talked to Cindy way back when I was in college. I was being feminized, but I had reached the point where I was actually quite enjoying it. She took great delight in hearing about my circumstances and eventually even built up an online friendship with Amanda (the girl behind my feminization). I have no idea how many of the wicked ideas Amanda had for me came from Cindy.
Cindy was a bit older than us and had a really interesting life. I know she said that she had done roller derby professionally in the 70s. Cindy shared with me some of her writing and it was the first feminization fiction that i ever read. Here's a copy of her story Human Resources on Fictionmania. I hope Cindy is still doing great wherever she is and I'm really sorry I lost contact with her years ago.
So what is Beach House? It's the story of Charlie who works in the IT Department with two very attractive twin sisters named Nora and Laura. Since they began working in his department, he's been finding excuses just to be near them. Imagine his surprise when they approach him with an offer he can't refuse. They want hi to go away for a getaway to their beach house and he won't have to pay a thing. The only catch is they expect him to be their servant.
Of course when he hears servant, he's thinking butler and they're thinking maid. All in all, it's a very humiliating little vacation for our hero, but with plenty of perks.
Monday, July 16, 2018
There are actually are two women who call themselves the Sorority Bitches on NiteFlirt and they are the two people who inspired this book. I've known them for quite some time, particularly Mandy. They have a unique talent for humiliating sissies and Mandy has managed to restrain me long distance so effectively that I had to cut myself loose on more than one occasion. If you are somebody who is interested in NiteFlirt, I recommend checking them out.
The book called The Sorority Bitches is about Charlie a freshman at
whose dorm is right across
the street from the Zeta Omega Kappa sorority house. Along with his roommate
Scott, he gets into a prank war with Mandy and Kelly--two girls in the
sorority. Unfortunately, these are two girls you don't want to mess with. They
are intelligent, cunning, and devious. They also know just how to punish bad
little sissies. DuPont College
The girls know how to maneuver these sissies into exactly the position they want them in; and the position is kneeling at their feet in total submission. Scott and Charlie might not like these girls very much, but the real question is, just who are the sorority bitches?
I'm thinking about doing more books inspired by actual dommes I know. How do you feel about that idea?
Friday, July 13, 2018
This is far and away the hardest story I've ever written because I personally have a lot of stake in it and I don't have Claudia helping and I've been snake bit. Two days ago, I lost 800 words when my computer decided to restart.
This particular book, which is due out on August 16th is a competition between Claudia and me. What we are doing is to each write a 5,000 word story with the following stipulations:
1. The two characters will be named Kylie and Claudia
2. Each story will be 5000 wordds
3. Each story starts at the bar with Kylie and Claudia meeting at a bar where Claudia is bartending, but eventually she stalks him and tracks him down.
As you can see, there is a lot of room with that premise for us to be original and creative and a lot of different stories can be told with that set up.
Readers will have a chance to vote for whose story they like best (and receive a free book). Then in October, when the two of us next see each other, Claudia or I will have to pay a forfeit. The stakes haven't been decided yet, but I do know Claudia doesn't like to lose and I know she is perfectly capable of really humiliating me on this one.
Monday, July 9, 2018
Friday, July 6, 2018
I get asked all the time, what do you do when you run out of ideas? Honestly, I almost never do and I actually find the rare times when it happens to be kind of liberating. Feminized by Lady Luck is one of the two books I can think of where I had no idea what I was going to write until I started writing it. The previous one was It's Nothing Personal: Breaking the Billionaire.
When I can't think of what to write, I usually go back to the old master Lester Dent, who had a formula for writing a 6,000 word story. It soon breaks down in our genre, but it's a good way to get a great start on short piece of erotic fiction. I then went to a website with random locations and came up with casino. That's all it took to create Feminized by Lady Luck.
In the story, a successful young man meets a seductive and alluring young woman, he finds himself irresistibly drawn to her. When she mentions that she loves games of chance, he follows her to a mysterious casino where she is able to get him a credit line. He doesn't realize just how over his head he is until his gambling debt approaches $200,000. One innocent mistake forever changes his life when he's feminized by lady luck.
This forced feminization story is over 8,000 words and contains things like forced feminization, humiliation, female domination, bondage, and forced bi. It is not intended for younger or more sensitive readers.
Sunday, July 1, 2018
When I wrote The Pack Series it was because of my own experiences. I've always found that both teenagers and women are much more dangerous in groups. Imagine a group of teenage women who are determined to play by their own rules and use forced feminization to keep the boys of their school in line.
Of course, by the time I was done, the school boys who were out to get the girls were joined by teachers, administrators, and rogue school board members. All of these conflicts, road blocks, and enemies brought the girls (and their sissy pet) together and they learned to rely on each other.
It's my typical story with lots of forced feminization, femdom and humiliation, but it's a story of friendship and groing from girlhood to adulthood. I know that the audience for my books is 90% male and the viewers of teen girl empowerment movies like Foxfire are 95% female, but I think you'll enjoy it if you give it a shot.