Archive for August, 2014

Vintage Sunday


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LSF are running a publishing story presumably aimed at the 60p ($1) market for mobile phone downloads. For around this sum you can download the single story Ghost of Chance by yours truly. The publishing blurb runs: Julia decides to investigate why her late uncle’s house will not sell and in the process she uncovers […]

Our story began here. Before the girls returned that afternoon, Alice had been permitted to go to bed early with a ‘headache.’ This not only spared her blushes but spared her the ordeal of sitting down for supper. That is to say not sitting down and letting everyone know what had happened. Not that she had […]

Joanna looked at her watch and then shifted impatiently in her seat. What was the big deal? She picked up the Attainder Notice again and re-read it. The indictment read, petty fraud, tax evasion, failure to report to a hearing, failure to pay preliminary fines and assorted other picky little offences. Well the tax, late […]

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Weekly Round-Up


Much to do and so little time to do it – but that seems to be the story of my life lately. So it is that the Weekly Round-Up is a little late and I even missed a post last week. But it seems a little quiet all round; anyway, enough of that. I had […]

Vintage Sunday


Doesn’t time fly when you are having fun? Of course when one is under sanction it tends to drag. Now I have heard of spanking being fun (for the recipient I mean) but mostly, for the women I know anyway, it is just a necessary evil and need that must be met when misbehaviour dictates […]

We knew the Victorians were keen on spanking on the birch, it went hand in hand with keeping young women in their place but just how far did they go? Here we have a true account of a woman offering a discipline service for unruly adult daughters. I came across this tale in the History […]