Posts Tagged ‘mentor’

Mentor Mine

20Jan20

A few years back I wrote about a professional woman who sought and found a spanking mentoring relationship with another older professional woman. We speculated then whether this was a common need among women. It seems that for some it is. Here are a few more such situations. Tiffany from Boston wrote a testimonial for a […]


  The correspondence began here. Dear Amelia, Thank you so much for your letter and for passing on my recent correspondence to the Comptons. I have now heard from Sir John and Lady Eugenia and matters are now in hand. More of which I will write in due course. As to the other matter you raised, […]


The correspondence began here. Dear Amelia, I did indeed spank a Prussian Princess, and more than once. I will not name her here, but you may remember her name. Spanking was the least of it, although once she had felt the birch she came to regard the slipper and hairbrush as her friend. I brought her […]


LSF have just released The Sinclair Method as an E-Book. Set in the 1950s, it is the story of five women and mentoring method that will improve them all. Alice Bowman is in her late twenties and a former US WAVE. Feeling lost in civilian life after WWII she is reeducated and retrained as a […]


“Well I said I am sorry,” Ruth announced haughtily, “If that isn’t good enough for you then I am going to my room.” This imperious announcement was followed by a flounce and a door slamming exit that rumbled on as heavy stomps ascended the stairs. The fiery little redhead would be unliveable with for the […]


Our story began here. Katherine and Mary had not moved from their wall time mooning the room for more than half an hour and it was beginning to get to work on their nerves as Alice had intended. “I warned you that from now on I would be completely uncompromising,” Alice sighed. “Yes Ma’am,” Katherine […]


Our story began here. It had been a long few of weeks but suddenly it was all coming together. Katherine remembered her father telling her what a mess his unit made of a simple thing like marching in step during his basic training. Then how suddenly one day it all fell into place and how […]


Louise Garland was late. In fact she was always late, a habit she was fully inculcating her daughter to follow, she thought bitterly. Ever since her divorce some three years before, her new found business talent and freedom had come at a price. Namely, her domestic situation had gone to hell. She eyed the stop […]


It’s Magic

04Sep15

LSF have been pushing me to publish Magic as a novel for some time and now we finally have. The publishers are investing a lot of time and money promoting this book, all at a modest copy price I opine, so if you have never bought one of my books and you like this blog […]


It all began with Heidi. I was on a business trip abroad and alone in my hotel when I got a chance email from an Internet friend I had spoken to off and on for a few years. I was in Switzerland at the time and I happened to mention that fact. “Fräulein Rottenmeier and […]