Lovely review of my short story The Date
fun and games
April 1, 2013
When I first read this story I couldn’t stop thinking about it for days.
There is a disclosure by the author that the story contains role playing and forced sex fantasies.
This story worked as my introduction to the possibility of negotiation in the context of S/M relationships and how regular people might do it. But of course the story is very hot, which makes everything to do with it seem appealing.
Our hero is likable, self-depracating and sometimes confused.
It was really enjoyable to get a glimpse into the head of someone in a dominant position who had some self doubt and was confused.
The girl, who orchestrates her own ravishing, is ultimately in control.
Did I mention this story is hot?
After I read this story, i stayed awake for hours reading everything by this author that i could find.
He is able to create characters that are likeable, sexy, in charge of themselves, and know what they want, even if they have to pretend otherwise to get it.
The Date is a wonderful introduction to the idea of forced play and to Jack Stratton.
On a lot of sites such as mine it is not uncommon to see ads in the sidebars or mastheads. That’s cool, people are saying “here is a way for you to help me pay for my site by going and buying stuff from this other company.” The problem with that, for me at least, is that the company you are putting up ads for is getting the bulk of the money. Plus I hate ads. I use an ad blocker so that I don’t have to see them and I’m sure many of my savvy readers do the same.
Instead I will let you decide how much you would like to pay for the stories I have put up here. Currently I have about 100 stories on here, fiction and non-fiction. Hopefully you’d like to contribute to the cost of keeping this site up.
Recently I lost my job and though I’m confident I will find a new and better one soon, for the time being I am short on funds and somewhat low on confidence. So if you have been looking for a way to pay me for my stories, there is now a PayPal link below (or on my main webpage) that will let you do so.
Thanks so much. I’m writing as fast as I can!
Thanks, I’m glad you’re enjoying. You can download The Valet from SmashWords for free as well: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/263901
Woke up in the middle of a dream. In the dream I was in an small old elevator and I was trapped, kicking at the door. I jumped up and held on the the bar on the ceiling the old elevator in my apt in Spanish Harlem had and I kicked the door with both feet.
In the dream I wasn’t afraid, I was angry. I kicked the door over and over again until there was a huge dent in-between the two sides, which I then used to push the doors open. I was between floors and I crawled into the floor above just before the elevator dropped.
And then I woke up and wrote out this scene and tried to figure out what happened. Why was I in that elevator? What made it stop. Then the person in the elevator wasn’t me anymore but a character and who was he. Why was he filled with rage?
And that’s what I will do for the rest of the day.
Until I go to a sex party later tonight.
A few common love polygons. Note that for a regular n-sided polygon, as n approaches infinity, the form becomes that of a circle-jerk.
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