High Rise Trap is set for a December Release!

It took a little while and the stories took me in different directions, but the first six episodes of High Rise Trap are being released this month. I am super excited to tell this story of Dean Trask, A not so simple man who has even more complicated tastes. Keep an eye out for them …
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#TGCaptions: How does this story end? (Part 11)

As I continue to look for inspiration for my writing, I often write notes and passages based on what I hear and see. They are just that notes, but can sometimes develop into short stories or become part of a bigger piece. This new #TGCaptions Series are based on some of the notes I have …
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#BookReview: Female Legacy by Daniela R. Lovejoy

I stumbled across a new author this week and had the opportunity to read the two stories she had written so far. Female Legacy is a wonderful story about Alex who is struggling in life but whose world is about to change after learning he is the sole heir of his distant uncle’s estate. The …
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#TGCaptions: How does this story end? (Part 10)

As I continue to look for inspiration for my writing, I often write notes and passages based on what I hear and see. They are just that notes, but can sometimes develop into short stories or become part of a bigger piece. This new #TGCaptions Series are based on some of the notes I have …
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From Sissy to Sensational by M.C. Questgend

From Sissy to Sensational tells Jamie’s story. A young closet crossdresser, just trying to make it through life without being bullied or hurt. While Jaime continues to try and break the bonds of his confusing prison, his inexperience makes him weak and vulnerable to the strong and his confusion puts him in a difficult position …
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#TGCaptions: How does this story end? (Part 9)

As I continue to look for inspiration for my writing, I often write notes and passages based on what I hear and see. They are just that notes, but can sometimes develop into short stories or become part of a bigger piece. This new #TGCaptions Series are based on some of the notes I have …
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#TGCaptions: How does this story end? (Part 8)

As I continue to look for inspiration for my writing, I often write notes and passages based on what I hear and see. They are just that notes, but can sometimes develop into short stories or become part of a bigger piece. This new #TGCaptions Series are based on some of the notes I have …
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MCQ is taking a break in 2020!

The title says it all, but I wanted to share with you why I’ll be taking a break from writing next year. Many who know me know that writing has been a side career for me. It is a passion I hold dear, but it doesn’t pay the bills. I have been working in an …
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#TGCaptions: How does this story end? (Part 7)

As I continue to look for inspiration for my writing, I often write notes and passages based on what I hear and see. They are just that notes, but can sometimes develop into short stories or become part of a bigger piece. This new #TGCaptions Series are based on some of the notes I have …
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#TGCaptions: How does this story end? (Part 6)

As I continue to look for inspiration for my writing, I often write notes and passages based on what I hear and see. They are just that notes, but can sometimes develop into short stories or become part of a bigger piece. This new #TGCaptions Series are based on some of the notes I have …
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#BookReview: Please be Gentle by Nikki Crescent

The description of this book makes it a tad predictable, but it is a nice story. Nikki tells the story about Corey who is looking to makes ends meet and finds an opportunity in the form of a male modeling job; but this one is not that simple as he is being asked to model …
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It’s A Complicated Life by M.C. Questgend

Toni has worked hard to build a successful career. Her efforts and a little luck in the stock market have helped her acquire a nest egg that she can use to live out her golden years. Her career success, however, has earned her a few enemies along the way; whose envy has turned to jealousy …
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#BookReview: Crossdressing Resort by Barbara Deloto

This story inspired me a year and a half ago to see if it was possible to make a true reality. While the law and the lack of interest pushed the possibility aside, it did not take away from the fun of this story. Barbara tells a tale of two people who live similar but …
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#TGCaptions: How does this story end? (Part 5)

As I continue to look for inspiration for my writing, I often write notes and passages based on what I hear and see. They are just that notes, but can sometimes develop into short stories or become part of a bigger piece. This new #TGCaptions Series are based on some of the notes I have …
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#BookReview: Leslie: First Time Hot Wife by Aleson Alexander

This is a slight deviation from the books I normally read, but Aleson is a new writer who is dipping her toe into the genre and so far she’s moving in the right direction. This is a nice story about a divorced man who is facing a challenge at work in the form of a …
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Fantasies… Labels… CHOICES… OH MY!

For those who visit me here and follow me on social media, you know that I write. I write FICTION and yes, I write some unusual stories that some agree with and others do not. I have come to realize that I cannot please everyone and I am okay with that. I receive email and …
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#TGCaptions: How does this story end? (Part 4)

As I continue to look for inspiration for my writing, I often write notes and passages based on what I hear and see. They are just that notes, but can sometimes develop into short stories or become part of a bigger piece. This new #TGCaptions Series are based on some of the notes I have …
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Impatient and Excited! New Releases before the end of 2019.

With the holidays right around the corner, my longer pieces are just about ready for release. These are not like the short stories I put together. They take a little more time to build the right characters, settings and situations. Which also means they need more time to edit before I release them to the …
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#BookReview: Gambling on Gender by Sally Bend

Don’t blink when you read this story or you could lose yourself in it. Sally’s risk taking in her short story Gambling on Gender is a winner; taking the gambling world to a new place and the reader reaching for their wallet. The main character in this story is looking for a break at the …
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#TGCaptions: How does this story end? (Part 3)

As I continue to look for inspiration for my writing, I often write notes and passages based on what I hear and see. They are just that notes, but can sometimes develop into short stories or become part of a bigger piece. This new #TGCaptions Series are based on some of the notes I have …
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#BookReview: Vintage Tanya Tales by Sally Bend

Knowing the author and understanding these stories originated from a different lifetime, I really found these stories to have some great substance and a fantastic build up to a worth while climax. These stories had everything… intrigue, romance, mystery, fantasy and even a conflict or two. You can’t go wrong with this nice group of …
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#BookReview: The Price of the Purloined Panties by Sally Bend

Looking to live out the dream in a calm and soothing way. This story will make you feel you are wrapped in a warm blanket. Sally (http://sallybend.com & @bibrary) found a way to let the reader explore and experience a transformation that was not only a desire, but necessity. “The Price of the Purloined Panties” …
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#TGCaptions: How does this story end? (Part 2)

As I continue to look for inspiration for my writing, I often write notes and passages based on what I hear and see. They are just that notes, but can sometimes develop into short stories or become part of a bigger piece. This new #TGCaptions Series are based on some of the notes I have …
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#BookReview: Suburban Sissy by Sally Bend

Sally (http://sallybend.com & @bibrary) showed some of her aggressive tendencies with this darker tale of domination, feminization and chastity. When I was done reading it, I had to check and make sure I had all my parts too. “Suburban Sissy” is a much more aggressive story filled with dominating feminization that would not only curl …
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Extorting Love by M.C. Questgend

How much does it cost to keep a dirty little secret? Randall Miller is a semi-closeted crossdresser who lives his days as a bank manager and his nights as a passable object of men’s desires. He meets a woman who is looking to have her trust fund released, but when Randall is unable to comply, …
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#TGCaptions: How does this story end? (Part 1)

As I continue to look for inspiration for my writing, I often write notes and passages based on what I hear and see. They are just that notes, but can sometimes develop into short stories or become part of a bigger piece. This new #TGCaptions Series are based on some of the notes I have …
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#BookReview: Inside Job by Sally Bend

Think your life is standing still or worse going backward? How would it be if you looked at yourself in the mirror or walked in someone else’s shoes? The This story by Sally Bend (http://sallybend.com & @bibrary) will have you examine your life and hopefully help you realize there is always something that you can …
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#BookReview: Caught by His Roommate by Crystal Summers

When Peter met Lisa, he thought he’d found the perfect roommate. She was cute. She was friendly. She had a closet full of feminine clothes and very high heels. And she was just about Peter’s size. Peter couldn’t wait for her to move in so he could explore her wardrobe. Unfortunately for Peter, she catches …
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#BookReview: Cat’s Tale: The First Lesson by Aleson Alexander

Fantastically detailed and much more than I bargained for. Aleson (https://alesonalexander.com and @alesonalexander) does a fantastic job of building her characters in this story. Jason, a young man taking a risk to satisfy his curiosity; I expected to be apprehensive and shy, but I got instead a determined young man driven by that curiosity. When …
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