Archive for the ‘spanking stories’ Category

Our story began here. The packages had come in the morning post, one each addressed to Katherine and Mary. Katherine read and reread the letter. She was a Sinclair Governess. There were other documents and a handbook, but she would look at that later. She knew that she would have to go to the mother house […]


Our story began here. Mary lay face down on the bed to cry herself out. Until this day she had never really considered the phrase ‘a good cry.’ She wished there was a word for the bitter-sweet experience; she was so sore behind she couldn’t bear it and yet she felt so… so clean. One day […]


LSF has just published the next book in this series. The details of this collection as per the publishers blurb below. Tails from the Riverbank: When pretty divorcee, Helen, and her eighteen-year-old daughter, Emma, go on a boating holiday, they encounter a man living in his boat as he carries out repairs. ‘Doc’ is friendly […]


Our story began here. Katherine made a bug-eyed gape into the wall that was beyond horror. For once the heat rising to her face surpassed any she had ever felt in her bottom and in that moment she learned something about the very nature of the universe. She learned that her sense of self was stronger […]


Part I here Stacy hadn’t eaten a home cooked meal since she couldn’t remember, although she could have done without the audience. Not that Augusta was unsubtle, but after sitting the writer at the kitchen table with a chicken stew she called a young girl just to watch Stacy while the older woman came and went […]


Part I here As soon as John left the cabin he knew he was being watched. Damn, he thought, now they have seen me. For a moment he considered going back inside and telling Alice to pack. But there was no way he could ensure her safety even then and that would certainly tip the hunters […]


Part I here “Get off me,” Alice gasped suddenly pushing John away. “Wh-what?” John was still reeling from the kiss and now she was mad at him again. “I didn’t mean to… I mean,” Alice downcast her eyes and scanned the carpet for salvation. What was she doing? “You’re right,” John said thickly and looked skyward […]


Part I here Stacy tensed up. Almost like a sixth sense something screamed in her head and she scanned the diner. One or two of Coleridge’s people were by the window, but as far as she knew, no one was looking at her. Why was she so jumpy all of a sudden? She was beginning to […]


Equinox

22Sep18

Although the days were still warm, the morning chill spoke of the coming autumn and there was even a hint of mist gathered under the trees. She huffed the air to see her breath, but there was as yet none and the day promised to be bright and sunny. The leaves, although still mainly green, […]


Since the relaunch I have had a few inquiries as to whether readers may have missed any stories written while the blog was down. Also Mark and Melanie D asked if I have written anywhere but this blog. The answer is that while most things I have ever written are available here, some shorts and […]