Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Whore-A-Ween Haunts: Enthralled by Bryce Calderwood (#erotica #horror #futa #vampires)

Welcome to Whore-A-Ween Haunts 2018, a 3-Day Celebration of Erotic Horror! 

Today's FREE Terrorific Treat is Fear, Love and Broken Things

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Erotic horror is often a lot of one and a little bit of the other - explicit erotica with some supernatural aspects, or hardcore horror with some sexually suggestive scenes. Both approaches are fine - I love it when authors embrace multiple genres - but true erotic horror is hard to come by.

Enthralled, the opening installment of Bryce Calderwood's Futanari Vampires saga, is the very definition of erotic horror. This is a sexually explicit, blood-soaked, supernaturally charged, plot-driven novel with fully developed characters. It is intense, it is relentless, and it does not only go where few authors fear to tread, but it also does so with macabre abandon.

These are not the sparkly, brooding vampires of paranormal romance. These are violent, bloodthirsty, amoral creatures . . . undead, supernatural monsters with the power to control minds, move at incredible speed, and more. Feeding is just that, a natural act required for survival, but they do tend to play with their food, as Musette and Ashlyn demonstrate in an orgy of blood and violence the likes of which I have never read before, leaving them naked atop a pile of corpses, before burning down a tavern to destroy the evidence.

One thing that surprised me - and delighted me - is the fact that these vampires are beyond traditional notions of good versus evil. Calderwood does away with the clichΓ©s of crosses, holy water, and silver-edged weapons, and ignores questions of the soul as being irrelevant. In fact, there is a beautiful scene where Ashlyn seduces an elderly woman inside a church, tenderly yet erotically feeding upon her beneath the waters of the baptismal pool. It stopped me in my reading, forcing me to walk away from the book for a while to appreciate the whole scene. There are more incredible scenes in the book than I can count, but that one haunted me.

There is so much going on here, so many layers to the story, that I find myself continuously getting sidetracked in trying to wrap my head around a review. Yes, this is fetish-fueled erotic horror, but it is also a story with a strange sort of conscience, building on themes of social prejudices and social outcasts. Where many authors would be content to use vampires as a sort of allegory for social prejudice, Calderwood ignores that altogether and focuses on the very real issues of gender and sexuality. In his world, futanari have been made possible through a series of advanced medical and technological treatments, with clinics established to perform the transformations. They are no more accepted than transgender people have been traditionally, with violent, hate-filled protesters gathering anywhere futanari find community and solace.

Where erotica, horror, and social commentary all come together is in the relationship between Musette (whose coven tried to destroy her for tainting the purity of the vampire race with her futanari nature) and Ashlyn (an outcast from her friends and her family due to her futanari obsession). Their relationship blends the idea of the vampire thrall with that of the BDSM submissive; merges lesbian sexuality with futanari gender transformation; and weaves a complicated web of love, lust, fear, and jealousy that threatens to destroy them. Their erotic scenes are intensely detailed, as one would expect of a Bryce Calderwood story, but it is not just about physical sex - there is emotion, psychology, and more to those encounters. Like the scenes of bloody carnage - with which they increasingly overlap as the story continues - their sex is violent, messy, and incredibly hot.

Of course, I have barely scratched the surface of the plot here, but there is an actual story beneath all the visceral details. Her coven wants Musette destroyed, her Master still loves her, and that drives a wedge between Musette and Ashlyn, even as the story races towards a confrontation that explodes across the final chapters. Enthralled is a book that will leave you just that, thoroughly enthralled, hungry for the exciting diversion of One Good Turn, a standalone story that explores the good Dr. Ashima Safar, and ravenous for the continuation of Musette and Ashlyn's story in the upcoming Revenant.

Whore-A-Ween Haunts: Night of the Cat by Kylie Gable & Claudia Acosta (#femdom #feminization #humiliation)

Welcome to Whore-A-Ween Haunts 2018, a 3-Day Celebration of Erotic Horror! 

Today's FREE Terrorific Treat is Fear, Love and Broken Things

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When it comes to femdom, forced feminization, cruelty, and humiliation, few do it as well as Kylie Gable & Claudia Acosta. With their Night of the Cat collection, they take those talents and apply them not to anything supernatural (with one exception) or horrific, but definitely Halloween themed - which, when you think about it, is quite natural since this really is the crossdresser's holiday!

The Night of The Cat tells the story of a dominant woman who has a fetish for stalking unsuspecting men on Halloween, seducing the, back to her room, and slowly teasing them into some kinky feminization. The dialogue and the feminization details are the real appeal here, and the open-ended kinkiness of the ending is just perfect.

Pegging Sue is a story I have enjoyed before, but it was just as much fun the second time through. It has that urban legend feel, as a young man picks up a hitchhiker in the rain . . . with subtle little hints that something is not right . . . and a figure-in-the-corner surprise that made me think of The Blair Witch Project, but far kinkier. While it leaves a lot to the reader's imagination, the final scene does provide some closure.

Bambi and Thumper is a more traditional forced feminization tale, featuring two hapless young men, a party full of young women, and the task of filling their pumpkins with candy. A quick tale, the fun here is really in the details of their costuming, and the way their brilliant escape plan backfires is sure to put a smile on your face.

The Jaguar's Halloween features a character who will be familiar to regular readers, but there is not a lot of over domination of feminization here. Instead, most of that happens off the page, leaving the story's focus on the redemption of a selfish father. Alternately scary and sweet, this was an unexpected surprise.

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Whore-A-Ween Haunts: Futanari Halloween by Elizabeth Ravenswood (#futa #femdom #erotica)

Welcome to Whore-A-Ween Haunts 2018, a 3-Day Celebration of Erotic Horror! 

Today's FREE Terrorific Treat is Gender Swapped by the Haunted Brothel

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Futanari Halloween? As if the title alone is not exciting enough, the promise of Three Sexy, Spooky Fetish Stories certainly gets the blood racing, no matter how tight your corset may be. Elizabeth Ravenswood shares three very different fantasies, three different takes on the supernatural, all connected by wonderful women and fabulous futanari.

HARD FANGS, the opening story, is a sexy tale of a lesbian vampire who subtly seduces another woman into the bathroom, intending only to feed, but unable to resist the temptation to play with her food. Bathroom sex has never been so hot or so surprising!

SAPPHIC SPIRITS was, by far, my favorite story in the collection, a genuine ghost story involving doomed lovers, a grieving father, witchcraft, and the power of love. This one really made great use of the supernatural elements, and it had a strong story behind it, complete with twists and revelations that push it towards a violent, dangerous conclusion.

A STIFF SURPRISE was less overtly supernatural and more fun, with a wife who not only offers to indulge her husband's crossdressing fantasy, but his lesbian voyeuristic fantasies as well. This one has some public exhibitionism, some mild female domination, and a few surprises I refuse to spoil, but which result in a delightfully surprising finale.

Whore-A-Ween Haunts: The Devil Made Me Do Her! by J.B. Rogers (#femdom #erotica #transgender)

Welcome to Whore-A-Ween Haunts 2018, a 3-Day Celebration of Erotic Horror! 

Today's FREE Terrorific Treat is Gender Swapped by the Haunted Brothel

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Normally, I would suggest that readers familiarize themselves with a world or a series before reading the latest instalment, but The Devil Made Me Do Her! is one of those rare stories that is actually better enjoyed with no prior knowledge. J.B. Rogers plays a wicked, delightful game with the characters, and readers who share in that game may get an extra little kick out of the story.

Melissa is a young woman struggling with midterms, too distracted by a crush on a fellow student to focus. She is understandably skeptical when Hannah suggests she beseech the sorority's guardian angel for help, but then she comes home from the creepy ritual to find a crimson-skinned demon, complete with horns and hooves, waiting for her - a demon who has conveniently chosen the form of Gwen, Melissa's crush.

There is so much to love about this story, starting with the character of Hedonica herself. I loved the commitment to her dark role, the way she corrects Melissa for referring to angels, and the way she gags her for deliberately calling upon God in her orgasmic throes. When she claims her price from Melissa for assistance with that term paper, the story slips into some intense bondage and domination  - and when I say intense, I mean toe-cramping, panty-moistening delight. You feel that anything is possible, and the fact that Hedonica confirms the rumors about Gwen's transsexual nature just makes this even more exciting.

There are a couple of twists that make for a fun finale, injecting some romance into the erotica, and some lovely dialogue that makes it even more enticing. The Devil Made Me Do Her! is the perfect little Halloween treat, and if you are not already a fan of J.B. Rogers, it will have you rushing to The Freshman's Curse next.

Monday, October 29, 2018

Whore-A-Ween Haunts: The House on Femford Hill by Ann Michelle & Crystal Summers (#femdom #erotica #horror)

Welcome to Whore-A-Ween Haunts 2018, a 3-Day Celebration of Erotic Horror! 

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The House on Femford Hill is a collaboration by Ann Michelle, one of my favorite people in feminization fiction, and Crystal Summers, whom I clearly need to read more of.

The story itself is a kinky, gender-bending take on classics like The Haunting of Hill House (Shirley Jackson) and Hell House (Richard Matheson) in which a group of skeptics gathers to spend the night in a supposedly haunted house in order to debunk its secrets. That, of course, never goes well . . . but I am getting ahead of myself.

Ann and Crystal do a superb job of introducing us to the characters, establishing their personalities, and allowing us to get to know them within the safe, sterile, very un-haunted confines of a college lecture hall. Relationships and rivalries are established, and some human tension is built before we get to the main attraction.

As for The House on Femford Hill itself, we are presented with a sprawling, century-old mansion that is suitably spooky, but cleaner and in better repair than we might expect. Already familiar with its detailed history (one of my favorite parts of the book), thanks to Professor Meyer's lecture, we have no problem imagining that such a building might be haunted. As such, the first glimpse of a ghost is, perhaps, a bit anti-climactic . . . but the realization that their artist has drawn the ghost, without realizing it, does send chills down the spine.

It does not take long for the story to start teasing us, but it is not the ghosts that are so odd, it is the clothing that mysteriously appears in previously empty closets. Everybody knows it is unusual, impossible even, but they are drawn to what they find, filled with thoughts and emotions that are not their own. Modern dresses, kinky French maid's outfits, and perfectly sized heels are one thing, but the image that struck me the most was the impossible torrent of panties pouring out of a boy's bag. It is just so surreal, and yet there is no comedy to it, just the combined fear of the unknown and terror or secrets being exposed.

The story progresses at a good pace, and all the characters have their own reactions to what is happening, ranging from angry denial to gleeful indulgence. Mental changes are soon followed by physical ones, and that is where the story diverges from classic interpretations, delving deep into fetish-fueled nightmares (or fantasies, depending on the reader) of forced feminization, female domination, age regression, mind control, and more. While there was never really any question that the house was haunted, it is the how, why, and what happens next that makes the story work so very well.

If I were to have one minor quibble with The House on Femford Hill, it is that it seems more curse than haunting, with the ghost element never really explored to its fullest. I would have loved to see a confrontation, or even an intimate encounter, irrefutable proof that the dead still walked its halls, but that does not take away from my enjoyment of the story.

Included in the book is a bonus story, Night At Sissy Manor by Crystal Summers, that clearly served as an inspiration for her collaboration with Anne Michelle. It follows a similar pattern, with a trio of boys spending the night in a house said to be cursed, and finding themselves overcome by feminine thoughts and feelings. While not as detailed, and not nearly as strong in terms of characterization, it is still a fun story that delivers a quick payoff.

Whore-A-Ween Haunts: The Feeding House by Dovell Fox (#femdom #erotica #horror)

Welcome to Whore-A-Ween Haunts 2018, a 3-Day Celebration of Erotic Horror! 

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The Feeding House by Dovell Fox is a two-part (so far) tale of vampire femdom that does a wonderful job of establishing atmosphere while exploring the depths of submissive fetishes.

In Volume 1, The Feeding House, we are introduced to Jacob, a gentleman who has always craved true submission, but never been able to find it. He is not interested in playing games, and has no interest in paying for a dominatrix's time. No, he wants to belong . . . to be owned . . . to be possessed and dominated not because it is what he craves, but because it is what she wants. When he finds that in a stranger at a bar, he has no idea of what lies ahead.

Jacob's marathon session or oral worship beneath a bar table is his introduction to a strange, dangerous, erotic world where an ancient race of vampires keep slaves as human cattle. He is brought to their home to be erotically abused, milked to multiple orgasms, and then fed upon for the sexually charged sweetness of his blood. This is BDSM-fueled femdom erotica, with restraints, penis-gags, and more used to control him. He is in total control of these women, and he craves every moment. It is also a work of supernatural horror, and there is a price to be paid for such submissive bliss, but it is one he pays gladly.

It is hard to talk about Volume 2, Return To The Feeding House, without giving away the ending to the first book, but all you really need to know is that Jacob is only the second man to ever find his way back. That means he must first be punished for having the audacity to arrive unwanted an unannounced . . . and then tested to determine whether he is worthy of staying.

This second story is heavier on pain and punishment than the first, and it also moves confidently into the realms of humiliation of forced bisexuality. While the first was a fantasy come true, a realizing of submissive desires, this one is a true test of the motives behind submission. The supernatural element is more deeply explored here as well, with additional details on the mythology of the vampires and the terrifying women who spawned them. We learn of their purpose and their passions, and also get a sense of what happens when one vampire betrays the rules of the house.

Sadly, as strong as these first stories were, the cliffhanger ending suggests there is clearly a third waiting to be told. It has been a year, but hopefully Dovell Fox will return to the Feeding House at some point.

Sunday, October 28, 2018

TS, I Love You by Kay Brandt (#romance #erotica #transsexual #lesbian)

TS, I Love You is a new series of short stories by the amazing Kay Brandt, in which she brings her erotic and romantic storytelling prowess to a transsexual relationship. I have been looking forward to this for a while now, ever since she first teased the idea, and I am delighted to say it is just a beautiful as I had hoped.

Unconditional Love, the opening chapter in TS, I Love You, is a fun (and funny) tale of old friends reconnecting in new ways. Kay Brandt introduces us to a high school love triangle of close friendships and unrequited romantic obsession that, years later, has left everyone with regrets over what might have been. When the three friends reconnect over social media, there is a natural bit of shock over the fact that Preston now identifies as Presley, but Annmarie's curiosity is handled beautifully.

For a story that has gender exploration at its heart, this was wonderfully positive, respectful, and understanding - and not just in terms of language and pronouns, but in the way Annmarie expresses her attraction to Presley. It is delightful to see them feeling each other out, sharing those high school feelings, and discovering that their attraction was mutual. It does not take long to reestablish their friendship, despite the years, and when romance and passion follow . . . it is the natural next step.

Wanting More, the second chapter in TS, I Love You, opens by making it clear that the first sexual exploration between Annmarie and Presley was not simply wine-fueled desire, but a night based on "deep, primal attraction." There are no regrets or second thoughts, just the need to see one another again, with cute, romantic text messages filling the days in between, and further defined by the natural fears of scaring one another with the depths of their obsession.

This second story does stray more into fetish territory, both in terms of how the lovers think and act, but it remains respectful of Presley's gender and identity. In fact, their scene of erotic exhibitionism at the Italian restaurant is one of the most sensual, most sexual things I have ever read, and it does a stunning job of reminding us that it is two women exploring one another over dinner, despite what may lie below the table.

In reading the first two chapters of TS, I Love You back-to-back, I am struck by how Kay Brandt divided the storytelling, while using it to blur the gender binary. Unconditional Love totally climaxes around what lies between Presley's legs, but Wanting More is all about climaxing between Annmarie's thighs. Together, the two stories paint a picture of two women in love with one another, respecting and exploring their gender identities, but moving beyond questions of transition or transformation to enjoy who they are today. I cannot wait for the third book!

Kay Brandt is a seductive storyteller, award-winning adult filmmaker and bestselling author, delivering a passionate blend of story and explicit, graphic content. Kay's current creative passions include writing/directing a new genre of adult films based on erotic books.


Saturday, October 27, 2018

#TGCaption - A Marriage of Monsters (#transformation #shifter #paranormal)

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.

In honor of the Halloween season, I'm going to be featuring dark, creepy, horrific captions all month long. The eyes tell the whole story here, with the caption coming to me almost fully-formed, although I worked at getting that last line just right.

Friday, October 26, 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 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.


Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Above the Storm by JMD Reid (#fantasy)

The fantasy genre has largely shifted away from the wondrous, magical fields of epic fantasy, and into the darker, more human dungeons of grimdark. It is a shift that has alienated me to some extent, since I have always looked to the genre for a joyous escape, which is why Above the Storm caught my attention with the opening scenes.

JMD Reid launches into the story with a temple above the clouds, an aging avian woman (complete with beak and feathers), her reptilian protector (warm and caring despite his cold eyes), and a shocking maelstrom rising from those clouds, with warriors of a humanoid race assumed long-dead riding to battle. The whole scene is as unsettling as it is wondrous, and it demands you keep reading. That is how I like my fantasy to begin!

There is a coming-of-age element to the story, along with a strong romantic element, marked by those conflicting, confusing emotions of young love. In the wrong hands, those elements can drag a story down and leave more mature readers rolling their eyes, but Reid clearly has a grasp on the characters and their relationships, allowing him to draw us in and engage us emotionally as well as intellectually.

Surrounding all of that, however, is a violent, energetic, action-packed tale of magical and military conflict that offers a lot in the way of wonder and amazement. We have pirates and soldiers, air ships and magical steeds, and a mix weapons and magic that keeps the story fresh and original. I tend to gravitate more towards swords-and-sorcery quest fantasy than muskets-and-magic military fantasy, but the way this plays out, and the way Reid keeps the focus on the characters, made it work for me. It is wonderfully paced, with a strong sense of tension throughout, and numerous twists that feel like a natural extension of the story, as opposed to a deliberate attempt to shock the reader.

The mythology here is fantastic, with a lovely amount of world-building that really brings the story to life. More importantly, though, we care about what happens to the people and their world, and that makes the next story of The Storm Below a must-read.

JMD Reid has been a long-time fan of Fantasy ever since he read The Hobbit way back in the fourth grade. His head has always been filled with fantastical tales, and he is eager to share the worlds dwelling in his dreams with you.

New Clone City by Mike Hembury (#cyberpunk #mystery #genderbending)

New Clone City is a book that was pitched to me as "a blend of cyberpunk, literary prose and thrilling mystery . . . with a host of genderfluid characters who are fun, fierce and authentic (and sexy)." Really, how could I possibly resist that?

To be honest, the style of Mike Hembury's novel was not initially to my taste, and that is why it has taken me so long to finish reading it. Much of it is written in present-tense, and it tends to bounce between short, staccato statements and long, dense blocks of rambling text. It is a unique style, and not one that lends itself to a quick or easy read.

While I am tempted to call this a dystopian science fiction tale, that is only half of the story. It is dystopian, and very much so, especially in terms of the city itself and the community that resides there. Hatred, intolerance, prejudice, discrimination, and violence continue to poison the human landscape, with some particularly gruesome acts of violence punctuating the text.
"Walk around the NC, and you will see what I mean. Ethnicities from all over the planet rub along together, women can walk the streets at night unmolested, dykes and faggots can be found sharing the same streets with fundamentalists of all persuasions. Such is the reputation of the NC, such are its forms of social interaction. And it is this cultural ballast which forms a heavy counterweight to our society’s need for fundamental change."
That, from a scene where a black ops monster looking to undermine the city attempts to motivate the darkest temperament of his recruits.

And yet, almost against all odds, there are glimmers of hope, understanding, and acceptance. There are good people, doing good things, sometimes even despite their beliefs. There are dangerous situations that are revealed to be safe havens, and angry confrontations that turn out to be well-mannered negotiations.
"It’s not often you’ll see a congregation of the Muslim faithful handing over a six-foot semi-conscious transvestite to a carload of militant queer prostitutes wielding baseball bats. For the mosque security detail, this is certainly the first time that they’ve had a bunch of sexy genderbending mommas come up to the gates of their prayer house wielding billy clubs, but they are more intrigued than anything else, and are keeping a remarkably worldly cool about the whole thing."
That, from a scene where a group of Muslim men comes to the rescue of a violently abused transgender prostitute, taking her into their mosque, tending her wounds, and calling her people for help.

On that note, this is a book that flirts with some uncomfortable terminology at times, and which is frustratingly inconsistent with its choice of pronouns, but it is never cruel or mean-spirited. Instead, those seeming miscues are part and parcel of the book's punk, in-your-face, I-dare-you-to-get-mad edginess. Gender and sexuality are a critical part of the book, and not just as a good-queer versus evil-straight fairytale, which makes it even more interesting.

New Clone City does have a story - a conflict/conspiracy, a resistance, and a feminine Church that has nothing to do with god - but it is more a story of characters, a slice of life through which we see friendships tested, love found, and principles defended. Not the easiest read, but a worthy one.
Mike Hembury is an Anglo-Berliner originally from Portland, England. He's a writer, translator, musician, coder, sailor, environmentalist, and guitar nerd in no particular order.


Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Grave Delights by Victoria Cerises (#lesbian #PNR #horror)

While it is likely not the first such story I ever read, the first lesbian story I remember reading was a lesbian vampire story, and that has always stayed with me. For that reason, I was excited when Victoria Cerises asked me to give Grave Delights a read, and it did not disappoint.

The writing here is wonderful, capturing the feel and the sounds of the 17th century, and realistically portraying the friendship between two young girls. It is a sweet, innocent romance, but the era gives it an edge, with hunger, family violence, and the threat of arranged marriage looming over their relationship.

The horror elements are well-played, with werewolves and vampires having a seductive allure, but they are clearly more monster than man. The rivalry between them is, perhaps, a tad clichΓ©d, but it does set up a fantastic twist in the last part of the book that raises more questions than it answers, making Grave Ambitions a must-read.

Victoria Cerises lives and works in Baltimore, Maryland. When she isn't writing, she enjoys the company of a fine red wine, a good book, and her cat, Berger.


Monday, October 22, 2018

Hard Drive: The Best Sci-Fi Erotica of M.Christian (#scifi #erotica #queer)

I have had the great pleasure of knowing M.Christian for about seven years now, and he still manages to amaze me with his fiction. What he writes is both science fiction and erotica, stories that could work in either genre, but which are elevated to a whole other level by the way they work together.

Part of what I love so much about M.Christian's stories is the fact that they do not rely on the novelty of new gadgets and leading-edge technology to create excitement. While technology is at the core of many of his stories, it is something that is taken for granted by the characters, with bodyswapping technology and cerebral implants of no more consequence than a cellphone. Instead, it is still the human element that drives them, the drive for passion, understanding, and acceptance that makes the stories so engaging.

Hard Drive: The Best Sci-Fi Erotica of M.Christian, offers up fifteen stories, some long and some short, selected from various anthologies and magazines over the years. Many will, of course, be familiar to fans of his work, but there are still gems to be discovered . . . and for new readers, this is just a lovely place to enter his world.

Rather than comment on all the stories, and risk spoiling the thrill of discovery, let me say a few words about my favorites.

PRÊT-Γ€-PORTER is a new story to me, and it spoke to me like no other. Beneath the very cool science-fiction concept of a material that can become anything, from silk dress to leather corset, and which can anticipate your desires, your needs, and your moods, there is a very lovely story of self-discovery and self-confidence that resonated deeply.

STATE is a disturbingly erotic tale of a robotic prostitute forced to play out her client’s ‘daddy’ fantasies . . . except the robot is really a young woman who gets off on the technological deception as much as she does the fantasy.

TECHNOPHILE was probably the sweetest and the saddest of all the tales here, introducing us to a young man and his technologically enhanced lover, in a story where he literally cannot get it up because the batteries have run low in his exquisite Long Thrust phallic replacement.

[TITLE FORGOTTEN] was a tale of loss, pain, and healing, all set within a power-exchange dynamic that did not go where I expected, and which is all the more stronger for subverting those expectation.

THE BACHELOR MACHINE beautifully messes with our expectations, introducing us to what seems like a sweet story a young man who deliberately seeks out the affections of an obsolete and forgotten robotic prostitute, only to reveal that the relationship is far from what we are expecting.

A KISS GOODNIGHT is another of the stories that were new to me, a deeply thoughtful story of what it might mean to one day be intimately connected to everything and everyone around you, a part of a technological collective . . . and just who or what might be guiding us all.
It was a flashing, flickering, fairy kingdom of brilliant streaks, pops, swirls, cascades of illuminated data coming and going, evolving and learning, growing and refining ...
EVERYTHING BUT THE SMELL OF LILIES is the unsettling tale of a woman who plays dead for a living, offering herself up to serve the violent fantasies of her clients . . . only to get stuck in an ambulance with a necrophiliac

SUBSEQUENT STATE is the last new story for me, an emotional tale of growing up in a religious culture of hatred, violence, and intolerance in which one grieving man's perspective on life is redefined by one young woman . . . with the declaration of "My devotee, my worshiper, my lover, my supplicant" surpassing its blasphemous words to embrace its beautifully erotic sentiment.

PAINTED DOLL is just an excerpt, a single scene teased from a full-length novel, but I loved the imagery of it, the dialogue, and the way personas blend as roles clash. It is a dark story, and ends on a sad note, but it is fantastic.

Calling M.Christian versatile is a tremendous understatement. Extensively published in science fiction, fantasy, horror, thrillers, and even non-fiction, it is in erotica that M.Christian has become an acknowledged master, with more than 400 stories in such anthologies as Best American Erotica, Best Gay Erotica, Best Lesbian Erotica, Best Bisexual Erotica, Best Fetish Erotica, and in fact too many anthologies, magazines, and sites to name. In erotica, M.Christian is known and respected not just for his passion on the page but also his staggering imagination and chameleonic ability to successfully and convincingly write for any and all orientations.


Sunday, October 21, 2018

#TGCaption - The Blue Woman (#curse #bodyswap #fetish)

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.

In honor of the Halloween season, I'm going to be featuring dark, creepy, horrific captions all month long. I liked that she was a confident, curious ghost, not a weepy or angry spirit, but this one really wrote itself.

Saturday, October 20, 2018

#TGCaption - Killing the Competition (#bodyswap #castration)

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.

In honor of the Halloween season, I'm going to be featuring dark, creepy, horrific captions all month long. The knife is clearly the focal point here, so I played with that, and the final twist . . . well, that is one of those cases where the characters surprise you with their story.

Friday, October 19, 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 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.