Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Horatio Slice, Guitar Slayer of the Universe by Oleander Plume (#gay #erotica #scifi)

Okay, stop whatever you are doing and pop over to Amazon (or wherever you buy you books) and grab a copy of Horatio Slice, Guitar Slayer of the Universe. Actually, you might as well grab a few copies, because this is a book you are going to want to lend . . . but sharing your own sticky, dog-eared copy might be a tad embarrassing.

I have no idea how she did it, but Oleander Plume has somehow managed to capture an orgasm on paper. Seriously, this is the most gloriously debauched, ridiculously entertaining, and brilliantly erotic book I have ever read - and I read a lot! It has cute boys, sexy rock stars, hot vampire pirates, stunningly adorable aliens, and so much hot, messy, explosive sex. Horatio Slice is unabashedly pornographic, but it is also full of adventure, ribald humor, and even some genuine moments of adrenaline-fueled terror.

Seriously, this is about as good as it gets, as close to perfect as a book full of boys can be. :)

Gunner is one of the cutest, happiest protagonists in erotic fiction, a young man who gets whisked off on an adventure with his rock star idol, finding himself and his heart along the way. He is innocent, without being naive, and just . . . well, happy. Horatio (inter-dimensional rock star) and Snake (intergalactic space pirate) are two of the dreamiest hunks you are likely to meet, on or off the page, friends, lovers, brothers-in-arms, and mentors to young Gunner. The three of have more sex than should be humanly possible, in more positions and combinations that is humanly possible, but there is an underlying theme of love, respect, and camaraderie beneath it all. For me, though, it is Sugar who steals the book, an impossibly beautiful genderqueer alien who, along with seven identical Humerians, keeps the boys in line, the ship running, and the (oh so yummy) juices flowing. I have never fallen so completely in love with a fictional character, and never so desperately desired to knock the heroes down and insert myself into a scene.

Normally, I tend to sit down and binge on a read, devouring pages over a night or two, but Horatio Slice is one I have lingered over, allowing myself the taste of a chapter (or two) every night, and prolonging the ecstasy. I have been a tad silly and over-the-top in talking about it, but I mean every word. Oleander Plume has serious talent, and an imagination to match. I am not saying the fate of the universe depends on you reading this . . . but do you really want to risk it?

Oleander Plume lives in Chicago, Illinois, with her husband, two daughters and a pair of obnoxious cats. While she writes in many genres, her favorite is m/m. Or m/m/m. Or m/m/m/m, or … who’s counting, anyway?

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

TG Love Potion by Courtney Captisa & Claire Bear (#transformation #hypnosis)

What could be more fun than a love potion and a beautiful girl across the hall? How about a TG Love Potion and a beautiful girl's brother . . . who has no sense of boundaries? In one of their shorter tales, Courtney Captisa & Claire Bear have a lot of fun with the consequences of one mistake, and the series of bad decisions that follow.

Tim has been crushing on Emily, but struggles with how to break the ice, so he decides to buy her a gift for Valentines. The weird older woman who invites him back to her secret shop is a lot of fun, and the magic bottle of pink pop she sells him seems too good to be true. It is a shame that Emily's brother is the only one home when he drops it off, but everything would have been perfect if only Jon had resisted that first sip.

The gender transformation is quick, intense, and very thorough - physical, mental, and emotional. Not only does Jon become a woman, but he remembers having always been a woman . . . and, of course, he is in love with Tim. It makes for a crazy, frantic story, with a fantastic confrontation between Tim and Emily when he tells her the truth about what happened and why.

The real fun comes, of course, when we learn whether the love potion did more than just change gender. If you know Courtney & Claire, you can guess how that plays out!

Courtney Captisa has had a strong interest in transformation since childhood. In her early teens, she discovered several webpages such as Fictionmania. She enjoys writing clean stories.

Monday, February 26, 2018

Hooked & Nailed by Angel by Archer Tinto (#femdom #erotica)

I have a total fetish for being pampered, whether it is just the everyday experience of the nail or hair salon, or something more immersive, like a spa or a masseuse. There is something intensely erotic (and sensually submissive) about just sitting there, completely at ease, while another person controls and manipulates you. It is a fetish that made Spa Devotional so thoroughly enjoyable, and one that had me equally excited for Hooked & Nailed by Angel.

Hooked is very much a companion piece to Spa Devotional, only this time it is a gentleman paying the outrageous sum to be thoroughly pampered . . . and, as he discovers, exquisitely dominated. Archer Tinto could have taken the easy way out and just flipped the names and genders, but instead he demonstrates a deep understanding of the nuances of male versus female submission.

This is a story of sensory deprivation, unexpected surprises, and the erotic mix of pain and pleasure. The bewildering experience is conveyed beautifully, as we really do feel just as on edge and just as unsettled as the gentleman being massaged. It is almost maddening, an experience destined to break both mind and body, leading him into depths of submission he could never imagine. Without saying too much, I do not believe I have ever witnessed anal exploration, oral stimulation, and the caress of hot wax used to both distract and heighten sensation.

While Hooked does flirt with line of dubious consent, making its subject wonder what he has signed up for, Nailed by Angel gleefully crosses that line.

Nailed by Angel may be one of the most dangerously erotic stories I have read in quite some time. It is a story that is all about consent, opening with an act of bondage and restraint that is hard not to see as a crime, slipping into some very non consensual erotica, and then blossoming into the blissful surrender from dubious consent to reluctant desire. Archer Tinto writes with an edge here, but conditions us to play along by setting up Edie as a rude, inconsiderate, demanding woman who deserves to be taught a lesson.

The element (or question) of consent is what makes this so exciting. As readers, we can see the potential for joy in Edie's restraint, the possibility for pleasure in her manipulation, but we are also aware that our level of comprehension is far different from hers. Even as she has every orifice filled by the women of the salon, every inch of her body stimulated, there is still another woman working diligently on her nails. It is so surreal as to be sublime.

Having said all that, I dare you not to think about this story next time you go to get your nails done. How such a simple experience could become so blissfully erotic, so sublimely sensual, is . . . well, almost hard to comprehend.

I've loved reading since I was a kid. I’ve been writing intermittently for years, and I finally decided to polish off some stories and toss them out to readers to see what you think? So far, they are all in the sensual erotica realm, with eight published. But I’m working on a much more complex novel. I love feedback and constructive critique from readers, and I love learning, and discussion with other writers and readers.


Friday, February 23, 2018

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 readers, fans, and lovers of bending gender and sexuality. Even if you don't have a Kindle, you can still download the titles through one of Amazon's free reading applications, and covert it (if need be) with Calibre. I can tell you I do most of my reading on my tablet, using Kindle for PC, and it works beautifully.

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



Thursday, February 22, 2018

The Chrysalis Inn by Bex (#crossdressing #comics)

Continuing our theme of illustrated delights, author/artist Bex has graciously offered to grace our pages once again, this time to share some of his work from, home to The Alchemist, The Chrysalis Inn, and The Attachment.

Now, without further ado, please allow me to introduce you to the delights of The Chrysalis Inn.


The Chrysalis Inn is a lovely two-part comic from Bex, who is very quickly becoming a favorite author/artist of mine. There is a scene in the story where Danielle walks into a bookshop and buys professionally printed copies of all of his comics, and I found myself envious to the point of jealousy that she got to have them on her shelves . . . but I am getting ahead of myself.

As the story opens, Daniel is a successful romance author whose agent wants to make famous. She encourages him to explore his feminine side, in order to better connect with his readers, but he is offended by the idea and heads off to enjoy his vacation. The little seaside resort to which he retreats is a lovely place, full of women who have no problem flaunting themselves, and when a package arrives on his first day, he is annoyed (but not entirely surprised) to find that Amanda sent him an entire woman's wardrobe, plus a make-up manual. He, of course, has no intention of doing anything with it, but you can guess how well that turns out.

I love the mystery of the story, with just a hint or suggestion of there being something special about The Chrysalis Inn itself. There is no magic, science, or other tricks that are obvious, but something about the Inn plays on Daniel's mind and body, making it easier to explore (and ultimately accept) his newfound femininity.

The first book ended on a curious note, with a some sepia-tone panels of Danielle reflecting on her first blowjob, and her date relating the experience to an unseen interviewer, but the opening to the second book is even more interesting. The first few pages are clearly Bex's style, but are colored to look washed out and faded, fitting with the dream of the auctioning of a female sex slave a century ago. We never find out whether it was just a dream, or whether it was Danielle connecting with the Inn's history, but it adds a new layer to the overall mystery.

This second part is all about Danielle slipping deeper into her new self, with her thoughts and dialogue becoming increasingly feminine. She begins to look, sound, and think more softly, more romantically, with a greater appreciation for the little details around her. In terms of artwork, her outfits are absolutely gorgeous, and the way the move with her is exquisite. There is a scene about halfway through at a waterfall that may be the most beautiful thing Bex has ever drawn, with layers of detail, some in and some out of focus, that really capture the scope and grandeur of the scene. Just lovely!

This second part is much more erotic than the first, but I think it was wonderful that Bex took such a realistic approach to Danielle's first time, dealing with the fear, the anxiety, and the physical discomfort. It is a happy story, and she does learn to appreciate her sexuality, but it takes time, just as accepting her transformation took time. There is some definite romance to this second chapter as well, with Danielle pursued by one man, and (more importantly) pursuing another. Both men are aware of her gender, and are very quick to appreciate and admire her for whom and what she is.

While the ending to The Chrysalis Inn was fitting, bringing the story full circle and revealing Amanda's plans (without spoiling the mystery of how or why it all happened), the epilogue adds a fun little twist that . . . well, I will let you enjoy that for yourself.
Bex is an Italian who specializes in hand drawn comics - erotic, transgender, sissy, shemale, slut, crossdressing, fetish, and fumetti erotica.

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Dickplomatic Immunity by Sacha Witt (#futa #femdom #mindcontrol)

Having absolutely adored Honeymoon, Sacha Witt's introduction to the shared FutadomWorld, I was eager to find more stories set in that near-future (or alternate present) country full of dominant futa beauties and their addictive mind-control semen. Dickplomatic Immunity is a very different story than the first, far more plot-driven and decidedly darker, but it was exactly what I was looking for.

This is an erotic espionage thriller, as intriguing as it is exciting. it really gets into the social politics of The Divine Empire, as well as the global politics surrounding FutadomWorld. It is a story of government sanctions, slavery, weapons of mass destruction, and diplomacy. We get a very real sense of how and why the world fears the seductive power of futa women, and we see what that fear has done to reduce their homeland to little more than a third-world country. It is a very smart story, with some fascinating insights into state secrets and the power of the free press.

Intertwined with all of that, however, is the story of a futa diplomat and the curious young man assigned to oversee her visit to Brazil, the country from whom the most damaging economic trade sanctions have originated. What initially seems destined to be a quick tale of seduction, breaking, and bonding becomes instead a slow-burning tale of seduction and romance, with the blossoming relationship opening the eyes of both parties to the realities of their shared situation. I loved how the physical and emotional aspects developed, even as dark revelations made me question Ekaterina's true motives.

The erotic culmination of that affair is absolutely glorious, with the slow penetration of a curious but still intelligent man a stark contrast to the insatiable appetites of her bimbo males back home. It is an edgy affair, with some issues of dubious consent involved, but it all plays into the espionage angle - with a final twist that tears the story wide open, and leaves me hungry for more.
An erotica author, programmer, and very selfless lover. Sacha's previous works include Flotsam and Jism, A Gift To The Sea, and, of course, Honeymoon.  The other half of the writing team.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Honeymoon by Sacha J. Witt (#futa #femdom)

One of my favorite erotic fantasies is the concept of a new world order, one where a kink or a fetish has arisen to become the new normal, with the general populace struggling to fit into this new society. FutadomWorld is one such example, a collaborative creative universe that has exploded from the inspiration of a single erotic caption, and Honeymoon is Sacha J. Witt's novella length contribution to the universe.

In this near-future (or alternate present), a race of sexually dominant futa beauties has quickly come to power, overrunning an entire continent's society. What makes them so dangerous, and so feared by the outside world, is the addictive nature of their semen. The smell alone is enough to make a man woozy and susceptible; a single taste leaves them hooked for life; and the more they take into their body, the more mindlessly servile and dependent they become.

Honeymoon is a soft sort of entry into that world, a story in which a young man casts aside his fears, ignores the warnings of those around him, and takes a one-way trip away from home to serve at the feet of the futa teacher who so captured his attention. It is both and erotic and romantic, with a heavy emphasis on the erotic power exchange, and messes with your mind as much as your body. I loved how she so carefully and tenderly led him into the ultimate submission, and having an older, already-bound male in the household as a cautionary example was a nice touch.

This is a story that could, should, must go on. There is an entire game in the works, and more than a thousand captions to support the fantasy, but first up is Sacha's own sequel, Dickplomatic Immunity. Just absolutely delicious.
An erotica author, programmer, and very selfless lover. Sacha's previous works include Flotsam and Jism, A Gift To The Sea, and, of course, Honeymoon.  The other half of the writing team.

Monday, February 19, 2018

Your Best Damn Girlfriend Ever by R.U. Wild (#transsexual #pegging #femdom)

Your Best Damn Girlfriend Ever is so much fun, it should come with an over-stimulation warning label. It has sex, comedy, sex, drama, sex, romance, and . . . oh yes, sex! Seriously, R.U. Wild does a superb job here, exploring two overlapping romantic triangles, and getting deep into female domination from two physically different perspectives, but with the same emotional and intellectual issues.

Thomas is a great main character, a horny college student with an eye for the ladies, who becomes infatuated with the statuesque beauty, Angel. She takes charge of their relationship, even before their first date, giving him very clear instructions on where, when, and what to bring. The way they come together is glorious, but it is the way Angel reveals her gender that really wowed me. There is no shy, tentative reveal here, and no moment of visual shock. Instead, we get a frenzied scene of erotic adventure, with Thomas sitting on her lap, so lost in the feel of her hands and her breasts that she is almost ready to explode before he realizes it is not a strap-on inside him. What follows is a night and a day of uncontrollable passion, in which she has her way with him in every position imaginable. Angel is horny, sexually insatiable, a committed top, and an extremely dominant personality.

Ironically, it is not being a sexual boy-toy bottom that breaks Thomas, but her spankings for not cleaning her room properly. For an erotic comedy, the book does a fantastic job of exploring the difference between submission and slavery. We get as deep inside his head as Angel did his behind, and the way he struggles with his identity is fascinating - especially once we understand that it is stories of his strap-on pegging by another girlfriend that led Angel to target him. I do not want to say too much more, but Mandy presents and interesting flip-side to Thomas, an ordinary girl who struggles to understand her own dominant desires, caught between boyfriends, lust versus love, and the guilty, burning desire to once again wield the power of a strap-on. Thomas is torn between these two women, both unattainable due to other relationships, yet irresistible every time temptation crosses his path.

The story does get a little dark in the closing pages, with some issues of abuse that provided yet another interesting contrast (this time to consensual BDSM), but the way in which those overlapping love triangles come crashing together is fantastic. If you are a lover of dominant women, dominant transsexuals, and submissive boys, and love seeing a boy exploring the erotic pleasures of penetration, then this book may very well be Your Best Damn Girlfriend Ever.
I'm R.U. Wild, a Midwestern farm boy that has an interest in dominant Tgirls, or shemales or transwomen, but no matter what you call them, I like women that have a penis. My stories revolve around situations where the men are submissive to these women and I'm pretty much writing for the other people out there that share my interest. When I'm not writing, you can find me farming, playing sand volleyball, restoring old cars and all the rest of the normal stuff that people do. I like to cook and homebrew too. I have two dogs and two kids and I'm happily married to my high school sweetheart.

Butterfly by Lisabet Sarai (#transsexual #romance)

Although it always makes my stomach churn when stories like this get to the character's transphobic moment of self-doubt and self-disgust, Lisabet Sarai does a lovely job of coming to that point, and an even better job of transitioning out of it. It does not make the words or the sentiments any easier to hear, especially when you have come to like a character, but that honesty is important.

But I am getting ahead of myself.

Butterfly is the story of Pat, an engineer from the Bible Belt of America, on assignment in Thailand. He is fond of neither strip clubs nor prostitutes, but agrees to accompany one of his coworkers to "the real Bangkok," where he finds himself instantly infatuated with a dancer by the name of Lek. It's a sweet sort of romance that is kindled between them, and their erotic encounters are delicious. It is a personal relationship, not a professional one, and that makes the pain that much more intense when the club's mamasan betrays Lek's secret.

I loved the fact that Lek is presented as a transsexual woman, surgically transitioned, and completely indistinguishable from any cisgender woman. When you hear Asian Adventure and Bangkok, you expect a ladyboy representation, so that was wonderful. Back to where we started, Pat does not deal well with the news, says some horrible things, and drives a wedge between them - even though it is clear Lek still loves him with all her heart. I do not feel I am betraying any developments or spoiling any surprises when I say this is a romance, complete with a happily ever after, but Lisabet Sarai does not make it easy on us or her characters. There is a lot of soul searching and self-loathing to be dealt with, but it is because it gets so dark that we can appreciate it at its brightest.
A dozen years ago Lisabet Sarai experienced a serendipitous fusion of her love of writing and her fascination with sex. Since then she has published two single author short story collections and six erotic novels, including the classic RAW SILK. Dozens of her shorter works have been released as ebooks and in print anthologies. She edited the acclaimed anthologies SACRED EXCHANGE and CREAM and is currently responsible for the altruistic erotica series COMING TOGETHER PRESENTS. In addition, she reviews erotica and erotic romance for the Erotica Readers and Writers Association and Erotica Revealed websites. Lisabet holds more degrees than anyone needs from prestigious universities who would no doubt be embarrassed by her chosen genre. She loves to travel and currently lives in Southeast Asia with her highly tolerant husband and two cosmopolitan felines.

Sunday, February 18, 2018

#TGCaption - To Wear a Smile (#crossdressing #caught #acceptance #love)

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 knew, as soon as I saw this, that the smile would be the hook . . . but I didn't imagine how it would lead me down memory lane, taking me from my darkest memory to my happiest. 

This one is for you, babe.

Saturday, February 17, 2018

#TGCaption - I Will Always Love You (#crossdressing #caught #acceptance #love)

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.

Feeling happy and introspective this weekend, following some wonderful conversations, so I'm putting a bit more of myself into this one.