Author: M. C. Questgend

Romance Author

Thank you for the support

The month of August started with a bang. I wasn’t planning to release two novels this month, but scheduling a publishing date requires the cooperation of those who are helping with the promotion and distribution. So, they are both out now and YOU have spoken. I have been trying to write stories that are not…
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When does it become smut?

I have gone back and forth with this for a while and with my recent change in storytelling, I started to try and calculate just how much sex in a story makes it smut or what we might call erotica. Is there really a number? If you look around online you might have figured out…
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A Letter to My Online Friends

To All My Social Media Friends, For those who are close to me and for those who know me to be supportive of #erotica – nothing has changed. I am, however, stepping back a bit from the review process to focus on my own writing. The recent success of the FemWorld Series has motivated me…
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#BookReview: Becoming Daddy’s Sissy Wife by Bobbi Mare

This one pushed my buttons a bit and I had to walk away from it to get into the right mindset. Once I did, I enjoyed the premise of the story and how it was told. This short read tells a coming of age story about a young man who grew up with a goal…
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#BookReview: My Lesbian College Love by Daniel R. Lovejoy

This piece had solid storytelling filled with emotion. This is because the author has developed her characters with everything we want in a kinky love story. When we think of college settings, we often see a lot more impatience usually resulting in very little characterization and even less of a plot. Stories often are told…
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#BookReview: Sissy Vacation Exposure by Bobbi Mare

For many of us who teeter on both sides of the fence, but want to appear on the straight and narrow, this story is one you can all relate to. An organized husband with an itch that must be scratched. An itch that can become overwhelming when there is any deviation in the normal routine.…
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#BookReview: Naughty Swapped by Daniela R. Lovejoy

James’s story starts out like many young men in college just trying to find their way and break out of the fantasy into the real world.  Many like James can’t seem to find the balance without becoming frustrated, depressed, and impatient and it is his impatience that will change his life forever.  I related to…
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#BookReview: Sold to the Shemales by Bobbi Mare

I am often critical but encouraging when I come across new writers. Bobbi has a few pieces out that date back to last year and from the pieces I have read so far, she is wonderful storyteller. She builds on a character and fills the gaps with great details of the scene and feelings of…
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Moving to traditional fiction is not easy.

I have toyed with the idea of writing a more traditional fiction novel. Maybe something with a little more suspense and a little less sexual content. For many of my friends who have read and reviewed my stories, they have commented that I wasn’t that far off to begin with as most of my stories…
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#BookReview: Zipped in by Daniela R. Lovejoy

What drew me to the story was not just the erotic scenes but the mystery about the club.  An exclusive women’s club that is operated by men almost sounds like a hypocritical fantasy that men live all the time with strip clubs, but as I read the story, I became entranced by the secrecy.  As…
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Fireworks with every page turn

Sending out some love to my favorite writers in hopes to bring some joy and fireworks to this horrible pandemic year. Hope you have a chance to pick up one ore more of these great titles and curl up with a good book and maybe even live out the fantasies they inspire in all of…
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It’s a Whole New FemWorld

When I decided to write this story, I didn’t think it would grow as it has. It’s a Whole New FemWorld was written in light of difficult times we faced in our world today. The initial installment was a mixture of post-apocalyptic imagery and feminized fantasy. As one book turned to two, The Safe House…
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Fetish #FreebieFriday

I decided to take a page from one of my best friends and fellow author Sally Bend (@bibrary) and plug some great writers who just happen to write wonderful stories about subjects that can make people squirm. Take a look at these great writers who are offering their books for FREE. Some are for a…
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Twin Turnaround

This short read tugged at me for a while and as I reviewed my journal of thoughts and ideas it seemed to call out to me. This short read is about inseperable twins Manny and Emily. As twins often do, they did everything together and in the process Manny developed a softer side and became…
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The Temp Job

Out of the Pandemic has come solitude, inspiration and motivation as I found the drive to get behind the keyboard and continue to write. During this difficult time, I have written a number of short stories and a novellas that curled my toes and scared the hell out of me. One of my more recent…
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My Perfect Partner: David and Tina

This story is about David.  A simple hardworking guy who has two of the greatest and heart wrenching relationships of a lifetime.  Growing up a straight meat and potatoes kinda guy, he meets April who loves a good meal but has a hunger that David tries desperately to satisfy.  As their relationship grows, so do…
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Making room for the new by removing the old

As many of you know, I decided to take a break in 2020 to focus on my bill paying career and I am happy to say things are going really well. So well in fact that my time away from writing might not be as long as I once thought. Make no mistake… I never…
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#TGCaptions: How does this story end? (Part 16)

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 15)

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 14)

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 13)

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 12)

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: Snow Globes and Candy Canes by Sally Bend

Once again, Sally has given us a gift and it is the perfect holiday gift this season. The plot of this short story revolves around a couple who returned home from a holiday party and decide to give each other early Christmas gifts. The characters of this story initially had me assuming Nick was in…
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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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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 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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