These two primarily femdom spanking novelettes contain 11 parts and are collectively, over 35,000 words long. The orientation is heavily slanted towards F/M as the cover would imply. But contained within these stories are also F/F and M/F scenes. These are novelettes of spanking erotica that will appeal to those who like F/M spanking in particular, and who enjoy switch scenarios as well.
In Mrs. Hansen's Boarding House, James, a young man, secures lodging in a boarding house near the college campus where he is enrolled. The house is a boarding house run by a Mrs. Greta Hansen and her friend, Ida Reed. James learns that four others, all young women, are also boarders. It is 1962, a time when traditional values still hold sway and codes of behavior are strictly enforced-and by old fashioned methods of discipline. That holds true at Mrs. Hansen's house, for she insists on strict adherence to her rules of conduct where the penalty for misbehavior can mean a date with a wooden paddle or a stout hairbrush. But Mrs. Hansen's house also holds secrets, secrets never imagined by the impressionable college students, and the revelation of those secrets will change their lives in profound ways.
The Education of Paul introduces Paul Ames, an amiable college boy off on a vacation to the desert city of Palm Springs. It is there that he meets Tessa Trask, a beautiful older woman. Tessa has a proposal for Paul and it involves his participation in a sexy form of entertainment for a wealthy clientele. Tessa puts on role playing tableaux for her clients, but those plays involve punishment, corporal punishment to be exact. Paul has misgivings, for in these role plays he is a submissive, a naughty boy who must be disciplined. But the allure of both Tessa and a big paycheck is too much. Another allure turns out to be Becky, a cute college girl and friend of Tessa who also participates. For a time all goes well for the trio. It's a great business, that is, until some unsavory characters with Russian surnames threaten to spoil the party.
I like to think I write the uncommon spanking story. Not the usual thing-- the summons to the principal's office, the schoolgirl caught smoking, the wife overcharging the credit card. No, I am a writer of erotic spanking fiction, but my stories are different. It's not just about spanking. Instead of a "spanking story" it's a "story with spanking." I try to infuse my stories with interesting plots and interesting characters so that they are fully realized original creations, stories that go beyond the tired clichés so common to the genre.
I've been writing since 1999, but when I started I did it mostly for my own enjoyment. It hasn't been until fairly recently that I made an attempt to bring my writings into wider public view. At first I was just a reader, a consumer of erotic spanking fiction. I read all of the classic Victorian literature and the then popular pulp fiction writers of the day like Paul Little and Will Henry. But then I discovered I liked to write.
I wrote in two distinct periods, from 1999 to 2003, and more recently in 2010-2012. The writings in the early period can be characterized as an attempt to recreate the style of the pulp fiction writers of the sixties and seventies. In the more recent period I have focused on writing stories with more robustly developed characters and stronger plot lines. The idea was to write so that the story could stand on its own, and not be regarded as a mere "spanking story" following a stereotypical plot line.
I write in a wide range of styles and genres. My stories are M/F, F/F, and F/M, sometimes with the orientations mixed in the same story. My genres include contemporary romance, domestic drama, college sorority tales, mystery/thrillers, historical romance, western romance, humor and fantasy. Although most of my works are short fiction and novellas, I have written three novel length works, "Atonement" a private eye-type mystery, "Flash Gordon and the Menace from Mongo" a sci-fi adventure, and "LaForge" a supernatural thriller trilogy. These are slated for publication in 2013.