Saturday, September 22, 2018

#TGCaption - An Autumn Bride (#feminization #romance #haunting)

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.


This was just supposed to be a simple Autumn bride caption, something timely to mark the change in seasons, but then the story ran away with me. I struggled with the end, but once I tied it back to the diary, it all came so naturally that I have to wonder if somebody was whispering in my ear . . .

Friday, September 21, 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, September 20, 2018

The Ballad of Harper Kelly 1 – Demotion by SturkWurk and Roseleaf (#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.


The Ballad of Harper Kelly 1 – Demotion is a premium comic (at 330 pages) by SturkWurk and Roseleaf, the first of a four issue series. The story opens on an ominous note, as Kelly's cautionary emails get him a promotion to Director of Ethical Standards (from a CEO who seems to have sinister intentions), which threatens to ruin his fiance's police investigation, sending her packing for the night.

The backgrounds are gorgeous, with artwork mixed with family photos, reflections in the windows, desk clutter, and more. The clothing is perfectly rendered, giving each character a personality, and the mannerisms and facial expressions are as realistic as the skin tones and hair colors. The use of blurred backgrounds to force characters into the forefront is wonderful as well, giving the comic an almost cinematic feel.

Initially, the transformation is as gradual as it is subtle, starting with unexplained weight loss, impotence, and hair loss, but things quickly escalate with the big reveal as to what happened and why - emotionally and psychologically as well as physically. While I was concerned with how easily Kelly's fiancee seemed to deal with the change, developments later in the story regarding her case shed some new light on just how far the company's nanobot infiltration reaches. There is not a lot of sex to this first issue, aside from suggestion and innuendo, but the geek way in which Kelly explores her new body for the first time is fantastic!

The Ballad of Harper Kelly 1 – Demotion is just a gorgeous comic, telling a story that is sexy, mysterious, and just slightly futuristic. Well worth the read!

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, September 19, 2018

Tales of Feminization By Hypnosis by Ann Michelle (#feminization #hypnosis #mindcontrol)

For her second collection of short stories, Ann Michelle turns her attention this time out to Tales of Feminization By Hypnosis, with 4 stories that range from cute to sexy, and simple to deliciously complex. While Ann does a wonderful job of writing full-length novels, where she has the time and space to fully develop characters and themes, there is a definite charm to the more conceptual thrills of a short story.

Save Us Sis! was a great story to open with precisely because it is full of such doubt and confusion. Even when it seems like there must be something odd going on, there is just enough room for us to wonder whether Candice's brother and father really are just happy crossdressers, or whether they are the victims of a sinister plot. Be sure to read all the way through, because the final twist is delightful!

Controlled By His Roommate was a simpler story, but I loved how Ann merged fantasy and nightmare to explore what one young man is forced to do, how close it is to what he would like to do, and how he is helpless to bridge the gap.

The ‘Disappearance’ of Alpha Mu is one of the finest mind control stories I have ever had the pleasure of reading, and easily one of my favorite Ann Michelle tales. The very concept of a whole fraternity being feminized is a fun one, but the charm here is in the storytelling itself, exploring the consequences of it through a college investigation with some interesting testimony. There is so much more I want to say about this one, but I will hold my tongue and simply urge you to read it. You will not be disappointed!

Hypnotized Husband serves as a fitting finale, as it echoes the doubt and confusion if the opening story. The way Diane's husband responds to being hypnotized into acting like a girl is really quite clever; the truth of the whole matter is really quite shocking; and the way it all resolves itself is really quite delightful.

All four Tales of Feminization By Hypnosis are fun reads, with plenty of feminine detail, some great characters, and exquisite twists. Buy it for The ‘Disappearance’ of Alpha Mu (it really was that good!) but enjoy it for them all.

When I was young, there wasn't much TV/TG fiction, and often, what I found had little to do with feminization or just wasn’t very interesting. So I started writing my own stories. Now I’ve decided to share those stories with you. My goal is to provide you with high-quality, creative, interesting, and exciting stories. I hope you love these stories as much as I do.

http://annemichellesworld.blogspot.com

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Nightclub Sissy by Connie Crichton (#feminization #sissy #bisexual)

If you are a regular reader of forced feminization stories, then you know there is a pattern they tend to follow . . . certain tropes they stretch to encompass. You tend to know what you are going to get, and it is the telling of the story, the personality of the characters, and the erotic elements that ultimately distinguish the read.

It is increasingly rare that a sissy story does something new, and that is precisely what makes Nightclub Sissy by Connie Crichton such a delight.

The story opens with all the standard fantasy tropes, as Brady loses a bet, is forcibly feminized, and then amazed at how passably feminine he looks - all while being jealous of his girlfriend's boss. Where the story offers its first surprise is when the bouncer questions Brad's ID, and his girlfriend gleefully leaves him behind to deal - not to punish or humiliate him, but simply because she is too selfish to care.

While it is no surprise that the bouncer wants something in exchange for letting him in, it is the way Brady responds to the situation that makes you realize Connie cares for her characters. Inside the club, Brady gets a chance to one-up his girlfriend in an exquisitely sexy scene of seduction, and that is where the story explodes, becoming something far sexier and more satisfying than the premise might lead you to expect. What began with reluctant feminization, ends with a glorious, confident, take-charge Nightclub Sissy.

I’m a 32-year-old gal from sunny England. I live by the sea with my cat, Harrison. Although I’ve written fiction for a number of publications, I’m fairly new to writing erotica and I’m finding it an incredibly satisfying experience. If you’ve come here after finding one of my stories online, I just want to say a big thank you for giving me your time and attention.
https://conniecrichton.wordpress.com/

Monday, September 17, 2018

Timeless Dance by Karen Shiffman Lateiner (#transgender #memoir)

I think that anyone who has had a child, if they admit it or not, on some level lives in dread they will get that phone call. "Are you the parent of ...?"

In this poignant tale about the death of her child, author Karen Shiffman Lateiner, describes and processes her feelings eloquently in relation to this tragic loss. But "Timeless Dance: A Story of Change and Loss" is a story not just about death. It is actually both a love story and a survival tale in the face of the worst possible thing that can happen to a parent. It offers a multilevel view into the love of family and how survivors must go on and live their life, now totally changed, a part of them always honoring the memory of their loved one lost.

And because death is the great equalizer, the author has put into perspective for us all, how a child's gender change, though often a shocking loss for most parents, can be dealt with in an eloquent and graceful manner and in the final analysis, pales by comparison to the death of a child.

Karen Shiffman Lateiner and her family lived in Montclair for nearly thirty years before she and her husband retired to travel the country by motorhome before settling in Phoenix, AZ.  Informed by her Jewish roots, the author speaks frankly of her experiences of family, joy, death, grief, gender, and the power of the human spirit. 

Sunday, September 16, 2018

#TGCaption - The Bigger They Are . . . (#feminization #bimbo)

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.


There is just something so dangerously attractive about the bimbo fantasy, with its total freedom from having to think, make decisions, or be held accountable for you actions. Sometimes it can be a curse, and sometimes a blessing. 

What do you think? Nightmare or fantasy?

Saturday, September 15, 2018

#TGCaption - Bimbo Guinea Pig (#feminization #bimbo #dollification)

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.


There is just something so dangerously attractive about the bimbo fantasy, with its total freedom from having to think, make decisions, or be held accountable for you actions. Sometimes it can be a curse, and sometimes a blessing. 

What do you think? Nightmare or fantasy?

Friday, September 14, 2018

Man Maid of Honor by Courtney Captisa (#transgender #transformation)

Just about anyone who has ever entertained a feminization, transformation, or gender swap fantasy has thought about being a bride, but it is a whole other reality when you are forced into the role of bridesmaid . . . especially when it is to your own wife!

Man Maid of Honor is a fully-developed romantic novel from the magical pen of Courtney Captisa, with everything readers have come to expect of her, along with some pleasant surprises. Tom and Danielle are real characters, with a real relationship, and the kind of everyday struggles with which readers can easily identify. It is all too easy to imagine ourselves in their shoes, and that makes the mental, emotional, and hormonal challenges of Tom's gender swap that much more significant.

What if your wife was now your best friend? 
What if you were no longer her husband, but her bridesmaid? 
And what if she was happier this way?

This is not the story of a curse, a punishment, or cruel game, but that of an accident of fate. There is no villain, and nobody to blame, although Tom, in desperately reaching for answers, has completely natural and understandable suspicions regarding his wife. In fact, we have cause to question her ourselves, to wonder how random it all really was, and part of the story's charm is how Courtney keeps those doubts alive, without feeding us deliberate teases or red herrings.

There is a magical underground grotto at the heart of the book, and it serves as a setting, a plot device, a goal, and a destination. It is a beautiful place, and the night that changes everything is both romantic and erotic. As for the bridal party, here we have a group of female friends on vacation, looking to let loose, go wild, and have some fun, and those friendships are crucial to the story. As we see Tom work through the whole cycle of denial and acceptance, he goes from resenting them, pushing away their attempts to engage him, to loving them, genuinely appreciating them as best friends.

Even more difficult is the fact that his wife is now engaged to a man he has never met, and instead of being her groom-to-be, Tom is forced to be her maid of honor. He is trapped in a situation where he has been denied his gender, and robbed of the life and the wife he knew. Naturally, he fights against it, ignoring his friends and his duties to try and undo his gender swap, but (ironically) it his love for his wife that turns him around and opens his eyes to what is good, and right, and happy about their new lives.

Yes, Man Maid of Honor is the story of a life-changing gender swap, but it is just as much a story of friendship, happiness, and self-realization. The gender aspects are delicious, especially when Tom begins struggling with the biological needs and drives of his new body, but you could take that aspect out and still have a strong vacation romance . . . and that is what makes this so magical, so memorable, and so worthy of its final happy tears.


[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

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!