Saturday, October 20, 2018

#TGCaption - Killing the Competition (#bodyswap #castration)

TG Captions are one of my favorite forms of storytelling. There is no narrative fluff, no extraneous details, just the hook, the twist, and the climax.


In honor of the Halloween season, I'm going to be featuring dark, creepy, horrific captions all month long. The knife is clearly the focal point here, so I played with that, and the final twist . . . well, that is one of those cases where the characters surprise you with their story.

Friday, October 19, 2018

Freebie Fetish Friday - Putting the TG in TGIF!

Well, if it's Friday, then it must be time to bend our way into the weekend with Freebie Fetish Friday.

Every Friday I search through the weekend's free titles on Amazon, looking for those that might be of interest to similarly bent readers, fans, and lovers. Even if you don't have a Kindle, you can still download the titles through one of Amazon's free reading applications, or covert it with Calibre to load onto a Kobo, iPad, or anything else.

Please do be sure to check the price before downloading anything, as most freebies are limited time offers, and some are specific to certain regions.

                                            

Enjoy!

Thursday, October 18, 2018

The Red Lever by SturkWurk (#comics #feminization)

I am delighted to introduce a new name to our weekly showcase of illustrated delights, SturkWurk, who is best known for his work at TGComics.


You are naked, collared, and restrained. You are trapped in a cold, sterile room, with nothing but a Red Lever within sight. You cannot reach it, but would you trust a stranger enough to ask them to pull it for you?

There are three short comics here in which SturkWurk has a lot of fun exploring the visuals of feminization. In the first story we get to see a young man slowly transformed against his will, his hair growing, his breasts expanding, his waist contracting, all because you - the reader - pulled that lever.

In the second story, we get to see a different young man begging for the same fate. He knows what is in store, and he not only craves the feminization, he enjoys it. There is more dialogue to this second part, revealing what the transformation feels like as much as what it looks like.

Where things really get interesting is in the third part, which is presented with two different views. The first view is much like the other two stories, where we watch a young man, trapped, unsure of what he volunteered for, being transformed and brainwashed by the machine. In the second view, we see the same story from his point-of-view, allowing us to see the sexy mad scientist behind it all, and the brainwashing programming. There is not a lot of story here, but anyone with a fetish for feminization will appreciate the visual and auditory details, the body shapes, the postures, the skin tones, and more.

Douglas Sturk (SturkWurk) is a writer and illustrator. He creates web comics for http://TGComics.com and http://MindControlComics.com, and can be hired for commission work.
@sturkwurk
https://www.deviantart.com/sturkwurk

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Hacking the Gender Condition by M.C. Questgend (#feminization #mindcontrol #thriller)

While a good story can get away with mastering two of them, there are three elements to a great story - the characters, the plot, and the narrative. With that being said, every reader has their preference or their focus but, for me, it all begins with the characters.

Hacking the Gender Condition opens with a character who spoke to me almost immediately. That is not to say I was ever a true child prodigy like Daniel Mallory, but I do identify with his social awkwardness, his desire to be left alone to do his job, and his reluctance to trust others to share the burden. M.C. Questgend captures all of that very well, presenting us with a realistic protagonist who still elicits sympathy despite being so abrasive and challenging.

The other character important to the story is Leslie, the young woman who suffers through a short tenure as Daniel's administrative assistant, and who comes back into the story later as a friend. She is a pleasant, earnest young woman who genuinely likes Daniel despite his personality issues, and who plays a pivotal role in supporting him through the darkest aspects of the story. She is not just a convenient plot device, but a character who has a genuine role to play.

As for the plot, this is a dark thriller that delves into conspiracy, mind control, brainwashing, domination, and more. While the forced feminization and brainwashing is the pivot upon which the whole story turns (and is handled very well, particularly in terms of how Daniel responds to clothing, and how he learns to deal with sexual arousal), it is not the focus. Instead, this is really the story of a character who is challenged, broken, and restored . . . a full character arc of growth and change. What happens is less important than why, and even less so than to whom it happens.

Finally, in terms of narrative, this is tightly-plotted with some deft juggling of clues, secrets, and revelations. M.C. Questgend keeps us on edge throughout, sharing hints and glimpses of what is really going on, but holding the 'how' and 'why' close to the chest. We are intrigued and excited, driven beyond curiosity into a desperate need to know what is really going in. I honestly was not sure where the whole story was headed, unable to guess what was coming next, and that is what ultimately makes this such a compelling read.

Born in 1971, M.C. Questgend traveled the country with his parents as a military brat. Settling in Texas where he was first introduced to alternative lifestyles, he was able to finish high school and continue his new "hobby" in college. After college, he and "she" returned to start a family, but the strain of his "secret" was too much for his now ex-wife. Married a second time was not the answer, so M.C. has transferred the stress to the pen and keyboard. Writing erotic stories - some loosely based on his and "her" life as well as stories involving aspects of the LGBT community, a community and lifestyle he has come to privately embrace. M.C. Questgend is a pen name used to protect his privacy and anonymity. The intent was to write stories that entertain, inspire and motivate - which are as much sensual and heartwarming as they are sexual and explicit.

@mcquestgend
http://www.mcquestgend.com

Happy Book Birthday to Alpha Surrender & Alpha Transformation!

Wow, how times flies! It was one year ago today that my twinned novellas of post-apocalyptic erotic horror hit the shelves.


One of the most dangerous questions a writer can ask of themselves is "what if?" but that is precisely what gave rise to Alpha Surrender and Alpha Transformation.

Alpha Transformation is the kind of story that most readers would expect of me, with an Alpha male’s love for his transsexual wife leading to an act of surrender that will change them both. This one features futa-on-male monster domination and some creative gender bending.

Alpha Transformation is a post-apocalyptic TG story of erotic love and submission. It is available as a stand-alone purchase from Smashwords.


I won’t tell you which story came first, but I will tell you is that, gender differences aside, they remain the same story at heart, with the same theme of an Alpha male surrendering his sense of self in an intimate act of pure, heartfelt love.

Alpha Surrender is a story I am extremely excited about, with an Alpha male’s love for his husband leading to an act of surrender that will change not just their future together, but his very self. This one features male-on-male monster domination and some inventive scenes of erotic submission.

Alpha Surrender is a post-apocalyptic m/m story of erotic love and submission. It is available as a stand-alone purchase from Smashwords.


Writing these stories in parallel made both stories stronger, and I think - I hope - the experience has made me a better writer. I hope you enjoy.

Both titles are available as a bundled edition from Amazon.

Monday, October 15, 2018

Found Footage by Courtney Captisa (#feminization #mindcontrol #thriller)

A special treat for you all this week, a dark new tale from Courtney Captisa, and one she has chosen to make available for free as a thank-you to her fans, new and old. You can find it here:


Found Footage is one of those stories that builds slowly, teasing its deeper mystery, and hinting at a wider conspiracy of friends and family along the way. It seems innocent at first, a melancholy revisiting of a young woman's childhood home, but the more Allison discovers, the more she begins to wonder . . . and fear.

What makes the story particularly effective is the fact that we are just as in the dark as she is, but we have the benefit of knowing the genre and being familiar with Courtney's writing. Even as Allison is making assumptions about the hidden stash of videotapes - mistaken assumptions that lead her down the wrong path - we are coming to understand the bigger picture. That means when other things start happening, like missed calls from friends, our anxiety increases alongside hers, but for completely different

Given that we are dealing with a sort-of locked room mystery, with Allison and the TV comprising over ninety-percent of the story, it is the details that make this such a compelling read. Even when portraying happy memories, the dirty tracking, poor quality audio, and jerky camera movements of old VHS tapes can be unsettling, so that really adds to the drama. Add to that the lack of labels, and the way in which she is forced to watch the videos out of sequence, and the experience is even more jarring.

That is not to say the entire story relies on outdated technology to make it work. Courtney uses a cellphone to connect Allison to the outside world, and then uses a dead battery to isolate her once again, not just cutting her off from answers, but from warnings and friendly concern. The missed calls and texts help to keep the tension high throughout, and her inability to reach out and demand the answers she needs serves to increase the feeling of helpless terror.

What if your world was a lie? What if your entire existence was a lie? Those are the questions that come to confront Allison. Does how and why of such a betrayal really matter? That is the question that comes to define her as the story comes to a close, with an odd text exchange with her best friend ending things in such a way that a happy ending could be just around the corner . . . or a horrific confrontation, depending on how much of your own feelings you read into things.


[In the interest of full disclosure, while I had the great pleasure of providing editorial assistance on the manuscript, the actual writing and story creation is solely the work of the author]

Courtney Captisa has had a strong interest in transformation since childhood. In her early teens, she discovered several webpages such as Fictionmania. She enjoys writing clean stories.
http://courtneycaps.blogspot.com/
@CourtneyCaptisa

Reviewed by Sally

Sunday, October 14, 2018

#TGCaption - Shedding Skin (#curse #genderswap #trapped)

TG Captions are one of my favorite forms of storytelling. There is no narrative fluff, no extraneous details, just the hook, the twist, and the climax.


In honor of the Halloween season, I'm going to be featuring dark, creepy, horrific captions all month long. I took my inspiration from the comic unzipping of disguises inside disguises, but asked what if it wasn't just a disguise . . .

Saturday, October 13, 2018

#TGCaption - Playing with Dolls (#feminization #dollification #gts)

TG Captions are one of my favorite forms of storytelling. There is no narrative fluff, no extraneous details, just the hook, the twist, and the climax.


In honor of the Halloween season, I'm going to be featuring dark, creepy, horrific captions all month long. I knew the how it would go as soon as I saw the doll's pose, but the why . . . that surprised me.