Sunday, May 20, 2018

#TGCaption - From Hard Sell to Given Away (#crossdressing #wedding #romance #magic)

TG Captions are one of my favorite forms of storytelling. There is no narrative fluff, no extraneous details, just the hook, the twist, and the climax.

I may have a fetish for wedding gowns. And romance. And the power of magic. Can you tell?

Saturday, May 19, 2018

#TGCaption - Living the Dream (#transformation #addiction #whore)

TG Captions are one of my favorite forms of storytelling. There is no narrative fluff, no extraneous details, just the hook, the twist, and the climax.

Wow, this went dark on me, and then even darker, with a surprise twist at the end. I tried not to explain too much, letting the dialogue carry the caption, but there's a whole story in my head that I may have to write sometime.

Friday, May 18, 2018

Book Challenge: 10 Books in 10 Days

The wonderfully talented and amazing Reed James tagged me in the Book Challenge on Facebook last week, where the objective is to share 10 books, over 10 days, that have impacted your life. 
For those of you who have yet to friend me on Facebook, I thought I would share my picks here.
What about you? What would your 10 books be? I would love to know.

Imajica: Quite possibly the finest novel ever written - beautiful prose, magnificent story, and such memorable characters. One of the few books I take the time to re-read once a year.

Kushiel's Dart: One of the most stunning works of epic fantasy I have ever read, as well as one of the most erotic works of submissive bisexuality I have ever enjoyed.

The Bone Doll's Twin: The first mainstream epic fantasy novel I ever read that tackled gender themes in a way that spoke to my heart, and also a wonderful tale of a boy who grows up to be a heroine.

I'm Looking Through You: This was an early stealth read for me, and something of a litmus tests for friends who knew of my fascination with ghosts, but maybe not gender.

The Bachman Books: I probably could have done 10 King books alone, but the novelty of this still fascinates me, especially since King allowed Rage to fall out of print (a mistake, in my opinion).

Wizard's First Rule: With the concepts of a Confessor and the Mord-Sith, significant female domination entered my mainstream fantasy for the first time.

The Secret Self: This was my most coveted secret read, top-shelf erotic romance from the local Coles Books that I reread over and over and over again.

Raise the Titanic!: Not to date myself (LOL), but I read this a year or two before Ballard's discovery (long before Cameron's film), and it kindled my love of history and underwater exploration.

Rhapsody: I fell in love with Rhapsody from the start, a strong-willed fantasy heroine, who is completely unaware of her magical beauty, and the adventure is top-notch. 

Goddess (Memoir of a Transsexual): This was the first book I ever reviewed here, so if any book could be said to have changed my life, this is it.

Freebie Fetish Friday - Putting the TG in TGIF!

Well, if it's Friday, then it must be time to bend our way into the weekend with Freebie Fetish Friday.

Every Friday I search through the weekend's free titles on Amazon, looking for those that might be of interest to similarly bent readers, fans, and lovers. Even if you don't have a Kindle, you can still download the titles through one of Amazon's free reading applications, or covert it with Calibre to load onto a Kobo, iPad, or anything else.

Please do be sure to check the price before downloading anything, as most freebies are limited time offers, and some are specific to certain regions.



Thursday, May 17, 2018

Pizza Party by Bex (#shemale #crossdressing #sissy #comics)

Continuing our theme of illustrated delights, author/artist Bex has graciously offered to grace our pages once again. We have already explored his work from Amazing Transformation Comics and, and now it is time to dig into his Lustomic archives.


Pizza Party is the latest Lustomic exclusive from Bex, and it feels like I have been waiting forever to tell you about it. He originally shared it with me over a month ago, and I loved it, but had to wait until it was published to give it the attention it deserves.

The concept here is simple, but delicious. Gwen has a new job as a pizza delivery girl for Pizza Party, which promises "more than just a snack." Dressed in a short skirt that reveals her panty bulge, and a see-through tank-top that shows off her big nipples, it is her job to provide the extras, and to make sure her customers are 100% satisfied.

Visually, there is no question that this is a Bex comic, with clean lines, lots of shading, and a soft color palette to bring the images to life. He makes the most of the space available, arranging multiple panels on the same page, sometimes overlapping small scenes over big ones, with only the barest of white space to keep the eye moving. Body positions and facial expressions are just about perfect, and nobody draws cum shots or cum splatter as well as he does. It splashes, it clings, it drips, and it pools so naturally.

Sexually, this is a very kinky story, with everything from group sex, to domination, to bukkake, to pet play, to forced feminization, to creative cum eating, and more. The framing of the narrative adds an extra layer of excitement, one that gives it a voyeuristic feel, and which teases a homophobic customer before revealing the truth of his insecurities. Pizza Party is nasty, kinky, and gloriously explicit, and an altogether delicious read.

Bex is an Italian who specializes in hand drawn comics - erotic, transgender, sissy, shemale, slut, crossdressing, fetish, and fumetti erotica.

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Mary's Addiction by Damien Dsoul (#cuckold #creampie #bisexual)

While there are a lot of authors who explore themes of cuckolding and interracial relationships, few do it with the intimate flair of Damien Dsoul. His stories are all interconnected, with recurring characters. They feel like the stories of a man who lives the lifestyle, and who shares it with friends.

While it does have a happily-ever-after, Mary's Addiction also has one of Damien's darkest, edgiest openings yet. Donald and Mary return home to interrupt a burglary, which quickly turns into something much more as Donald is overpowered and tied up while three horny young black men have their way with his wife. There is some violence to the scene, flirting with the wrong side of dubious consent, and it is not just for titillation. Donald keeps coming back to the question of sexual assault, and then begins to wonder if his wife set it all up, going so far as to hire the infamous Thaddeus Black to investigate.

I always enjoy Damien's stories, but there were a few things I thought he did exceptionally well here. I loved the air of mystery surrounding the story, with the hints of conspiracies and secrets interwoven throughout the neighborhood relationships. That uncertainty adds an extra level of excitement to the story. Without saying too much about where those secrets lead, the depth of the neighborhood's erotic indulgence is fantastic, leading deeper into the theme of black-owned white couples. There are multiple surprises along the way, and even some humor to enhance the erotica. So many cuckolding stories climax too soon, becoming repetitive in the end, but this is a book of multiple climaxes - including a key scene of exhibitionism that still makes me tingle.

Be warned, however, once you start indulging in Mary's Addiction, you may find yourself looking to explore the lifestyle as well.

DAMIEN DSOUL is a certifiable sex fiend with a cursed sense of imagination. He's a black bastard who loves taking long walks, admiring lovely women, and then locking himself up in his room and putting thoughts to words.


Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Cheerleader: Boy for the Cheer by Daring Diane (#crossdressing #feminization #YA)

There are some books that you love from the first page, some that grow on you as the pages turn, and some that just never find the right hook. For a little while, I was honestly afraid Cheerleader: Boy for the Cheer might be one of the latter, but then I suddenly paused in my reading and realized three things:

One, I really liked these characters - I felt like I knew them.

Two, I bought into their relationships - both friendships and rivalries.

Three, I absolutely loved how opportunistic crossdressing slowly led to feminization.

While the narrative style and language threw me off a bit at the start (this is very much a Young Adult read), Daring Diane has actually crafted a very well-rounded coming-of-age tale that realistically deals with sensitive issues of gender expression.

Part of me kept waiting for the big twist or big reveal, and I think that is why it took so long for me to grow into the story. This is not about those 'gotcha' moments that drive so much transgender fiction. Instead, it is a story about the characters, their situation, and Lee's natural progression.

Not only has Diane made me want to read more of Cheerleader (Boy Can Cheer) is next, but she has me curious about her other series.

I enjoy writing books where the main character gets themselves into situations which may evolve out of their control. The primary books I have published on Amazon focus on cross-dressing or gender challenged characters who in the end are good people.

Monday, May 14, 2018

What it Seems by Sydney Blackburn (#crossdressing #romance #demisexual)

Oh my, what a lovely story this was - a beautifully diverse tale of friendship and discovery, starring two delightful boys, neither of whom know what (or who) they want.

What it Seems is the perfect title for Sydney Blackburn's quirky romance, since it is all about seeming on a physical and emotional level. Michael falls in love with Darcy at first sight, and then spends the next year looking for her, only to find out 'she' is actually a 'he'. Adorably androgynous, Darcy is neither transgender nor a drag queen, but an actor who just happened to cross-dress for a pair of roles.

One of the boys thinks he is straight and the other asexual, but things are not what they seem. What begins as an adorably awkward friendship quickly gets complicated, especially once they begin practicing kissing for Darcy's big role. It is a sweet, funny story, and one that explores questions of sexual orientation and identity.

Sydney Blackburn is a binary star system. Always a voracious reader, she began to write when she couldn’t find the stories she wanted to read. She likes candlelit dinners and long walks on the beach… Oh wait, wrong profile. She’s a snarky introvert and admits to having a past full of casual sex and dubious hookups, which she uses for her stories. She likes word play and puns and science-y things. And green curry. Her dislikes include talking on the phone, people trying to talk to her before she’s had coffee, and filling out the “about me” fields in social media.