Tag: romance

Romance Author

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…
Read more

#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…
Read more

#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.…
Read more

#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…
Read more

#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…
Read more

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…
Read more

#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…
Read more

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…
Read more

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…
Read more

Excited about the latest book in the MCQ Library

Hacking the Human Condition (Scheduled Release October 2018) #Transgender #Erotica #Suspense #Romance #Hypnosis Super psyched about my latest book!  It started with a lot of sissification and femdom, but as the story started to take shape, I realized those aspects were for a different group of characters.  I replaced it with a little more suspense…
Read more

Calm After the Storm

It’s been a few days and my biography is out for the world to read.  I admit that the last few weeks have been very difficult emotionally.  It became hard to concentrate on anything else except the book.  Now that it is out, I feel a sense of relief, but also a little bit of…
Read more

Developing Characters – A Response to @VStilesErotica

I was taking a break from writing this week after spending a lot of time on the update of my autobiography. I needed to decompress a bit and spent a little more time reading than writing. I came across Veronica Stiles, another writer and while reading a couple of blog posts, I saw one that…
Read more

#FreeSmut: Santa’s Secret Sissy

Copyright 2016 Julia and I had been friends for a long time… so much so we knew our most intimate secrets. We dated once years ago but the spark wasn’t there but we are probably closer than any couple in the world. Our meeting was dramatic as she saved me when I was being bullied…
Read more

#BookReview of Don’t Tell Anyone by Nikki Crescent

Don’t Tell Anyone was FANTASTIC!!! 4 STARS The initial premise of the story had a bit too much math for me and the idea of the party seemed a bit desperate, which I think was intentional.  Once Andrew and Riley meet though… It was pure high school sexual frustration, confusion and romance all rolled into…
Read more

#FreeSmut: The Back Room

Copyright 2017 Like most teens, I faced a number of depressing challenges. These challenges, unfortunately, dominated me as an adult. As the youngest with three older sisters, I grew up far more in touch with my feminine side than even I would have liked; this resulted in being much more of a private person. The…
Read more

#FreeSmut: Country Living, City Loving

Copyright 2016 For most of us, the perception of living in the country is filled with hard-working people, farm animals and the peace and quiet not commonly found in the city. We also think of the country as a place of privacy and isolation. For some of us, it’s something we need and often dream…
Read more