Pain Arrives!

Christine: Pain is out and available now! Super sexy and emotionally intense – here’s a little excerpt:

I panicked and I’m sure that it was evident on my face. She let me twist for a minute, before flashing me that devilish grin. She’d been messing with me. I glared at her playfully. “Grr! You stinker! I’m going to…”

“What?” She raised an eyebrow, then ran her hand through her hair and put her chin out. “What are you going to do? Take me home and spank me?” She smirked.

Her sudden boldness caught me off-guard. “M-maybe. Maybe I won’t. You don’t know!”

She chuckled and grabbed my hands, giving them a couple of quick squeezes. “I know exactly what’s going to happen. We’re going to eat some amazing cheesecake with two spoons just like a romance movie, then go for a walk just like in a romance movie, then go home, get naked, and you’re going to spank me like in a different kind of movie.” The look in her eyes instantly gave me an erection. She held my gaze for a moment, then waved at our waitress. “We’ll be back in a moment. Just leave the cheesecake here at the table.” She turned to me, grabbed my hand, and pulled me out of the restaurant.

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Free Story

I put a free story up on my site under Free Story on the menu. It’s soft and sweet, and I think just about everyone will enjoy it. It’s one of my earlier stories. It’s not long, so it’ll be easy to read in one sitting, but it is a complete story. I’d love for you to read it and let me know what you think!

Revisiting Literotica

I had hoped that Literotica would take down my stories and just leave one or two up for some free advertising, but it’s been a week and I’m getting frustrated because they are delaying me. So, I just told them to delete the entire account. I’ll create a new one if I want. Maybe post a steamy tale. Maybe not. I don’t really care anymore. Thinking about it, those people are a lot less likely to go buy a good, well-written story when they can read an unending stream of mediocre ones for free. There’s plenty of much more effective places to advertise.

The Struggle with Literotica

It’s been 5 days. I’ve had no response from Literotica and my stories are still up. If they are still up in the morning, I have another idea for getting a response. Two ideas, actually. Hopefully, it doesn’t piss them off too much. So, while I wait, I started working on another story. It’s a story that I’ve never published, so I’m going to finish it. I’ve been told that stories of this nature are expected to be between 6K and 12K words. This will be a series of 3 or 4 stories. The first one is 9,300, so that should fit in perfectly. I finished it, self-edited it, showed it to someone else, who added some editorial notes, created the cover art for the cover, and sent it to an actual editor. I’m just waiting for him to return it with any suggestions. Otherwise, everything is set to go. It’s just a matter of pushing the button at Amazon, and uploading it to Smashwords. I should add this blog into the End Matter under my contact section.

My First Blog Post

Today is when it all started. After a particularly rough day at work, I’d had enough. I’ve proven that I can take the spark of an idea, turn it into a story, and write it well enough that people will enjoy my work. I got everything that I could think of set up: A new email account, separate banking account, an account on Amazon KDP, an account at Smashwords, PayPal, WordPress, Adobe Stock Photo, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram bugged out and is now locked but I’ll see what I can do, another email inbox specifically devoted to the new email, a Facebook page, and I’m looking to see if there’s anything else that I need to do. I’m going to update and rewrite my stories with all of the lessons that I’ve learned since I began. I’ve requested that all of my stories at Literotica except two be taken down: The original version of Cat chapter 1 (now called Cat’s Tale: The First Lesson), and a short story that I wrote specifically for another author. That one wasn’t so popular, but I didn’t care. I wrote a targeted story incorporating everything that I knew about her and sent it to her. She said it was the best present that she ever got. She’s the one who asked me to put it up for everyone to see. It wasn’t meant for everyone.