Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Really Mean Girls by M.C. Questgend (#bisexual #crossdressing #humiliation)

Had it not been for the fact that M.C. Questgend wrote it, I likely would have given Really Mean Girls a pass. As much as I might be intrigued by A Story about a Confused College Student, the cruelty and humiliation that the title suggests gives me pause.

Fortunately, while there are some uncomfortable moments here, cruel pranks that reminded me of darker days, M.C. uses them to make the ending shine that much brighter.

This is, in many ways, a coming out story. Justin is an outsider, struggling to fit in with a new school and a new community, and feeling entirely overwhelmed by it. Those emotional elements are exceptionally well done, with his vulnerability really drawing the reader in and making them care about the story. His gender uncertainties, and the associated curiosities, are not driving forces in his unhappiness, but they do come to be instrumental in creating a chance for happiness.

This is a hard story to talk about without spoilers, but suffice to say there are ups and downs, high points and lows, and swings from cruel humiliation to sweet encouragement. There are also double crosses and hidden agendas, so do not get too comfortable.

I love how M.C. captures the pleasures of dressing, and the comfort of realizing a feminine role or persona. Despite - or, perhaps, because of - the Really Mean Girls, this feels like a real story, with a genuine transformation for a young person coming to terms with their gender and sexuality. It is a bit hard to read at times, only because I felt so much for him, but a fantastic story.
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.


Monday, April 23, 2018

Attack of the North Korean Giantesses by Moctezuma Johnson (#gts #futa #smutpunk)

Okay, so the first thing you need to know about Attack of the North Korean Giantesses is that it is smutpunk. Quintessential smutpunk. That means it is crazy, daring, philosophical, socially aware, sometimes nonsensical, and weirdly erotic. Moctezuma Johnson is an artist as much as he is an author, and the narrative structure is almost as fascinating as the story.

This is the smutpunk equivalent of a sci-fi b-movie, a story full of spaceships, secret agents, giant women, giant futas, and aliens. It is a ton of fun, with everything from crushed cities, to breast milk pools, to human dildos, but there is far more to the story. There are also wartime atrocities, repressed memories, and complex relationships, all of which make the story relevant as well as entertaining.

Of course, this is smutpunk, so be prepared for quick-cut scenes, surprise twists, random bits of erotica, and even author intrusion into the narrative. Nothing about it is simple, and I love that.

By the way, for those of you keeping track, this is the fourth outing for the Five Hive, MJ's latex-clad Women-in-Black, following on the stiletto heels of Attack of the Replicating AliensThe Battle for Alien RelishPop & Lollie. You do not need to have read them to enjoy this, but (fair warning) you will want to when you are done.

Moctezuma mixes cyberpunk, futanari, pop art, comics, splatterpunk, and erotica in a high-pitched gender-bender genre-blender running on high. That's why they call him King Smutpunk. If you want to taste what bestselling author Linzi Basset calls "that imminent euphoria that MJ excels at" then you need to start drinking smutpunk up.


Sunday, April 22, 2018

#TGCaption - Meet the Boys of NuFemGen Part 2 (#transformation #feminization #femdom #bimbofication)

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.

Something different this week, a themed collection of captions surrounding a story I've been brainstorming about a socially progressive, female-led company that believes in TOTAL gender equality. 

I am having a lot of fun with this idea, so I may do a few more captions while I flesh out the book.

Saturday, April 21, 2018

#TGCaption - Meet the Boys of NuFemGen (#transformation #feminization #femdom #bimbofication)

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.

Something different this week, a themed collection of captions surrounding a story I've been brainstorming about a socially progressive, female-led company that believes in TOTAL gender equality. 

Tomorrow we'll go behind closed doors to meet some of the . . . shall we say . . . more special staff, who operate behind closed doors, making the revolution a very happy one.

Friday, April 20, 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.


And in case you missed it, we have a massive Smutpunk Free Book Mega Giveaway Event 2018 going on all month, so stop by and pick up a few new books!


Thursday, April 19, 2018

Last Light of the Phempax Star by WikkidLester (#comics #shemale #femdom)

Continuing our theme of illustrated delights, I am delighted to have the opportunity to feature some more exciting titles (and artists) from Amazing Transformation Comics.

WikkidLester graciously agreed to stop by this morning for an interview to get things started. Now, without further ado, please allow me to introduce you to one of his comics, Last Light of the Phempax Star.


Last Light of the Phempax Star is a fantastic mix of genres, with injections of sci-fi, horror, mad science, dream worlds, superheroes, and vampires. It is very much an erotic science fiction tale, both in terms of story and images, but those other aspects help to flesh it out and draw in reader with a wide variety of tastes.

Speaking of tastes, there are almost as many fetish here as genres, with femdom and forced feminization at the forefront. What I loved most about WikkidLester's story is the way he played with the them of duality, using it to explore and contrast those fetishes. Here we have men forced to be submissive shemale beauties, as well as men who desperately crave a transformed into equally submissive women. There is even a fun scene of transformation and extreme bimbofication in the dream world that is just superb! As for the femdom aspect, this is rather hardcore, with physical domination, sexual domination, and the erotic use of human furniture.

Getting back to that theme of duality, it comes into play with the two most powerful figures in this universe - one who is almost too emotional, seeking to love her enemies, and another who lacks all emotion, seeking to bring about their death. The way WikkidLester illustrates the comic continually reminds us of that conflict, with everything from hairstyles, to costumes, to postures capturing the characters' personalities.

For a sci-fi tale, this is a comic that has more than enough detail to satisfy even hardcore fans, with gorgeous spacescapes, breathtaking alien views, and fantastical technologies. It's a pleasure to look at, to admire the world created, and an even greater one to read, following the ways in which human plays so wildly go awry.
Those familiar with Wikkidlester’s work will recognize the themes of super-heroines caught up in erotic adventures with a healthy dose of mind control sprinkles in. Added to that, a focus on TG and transformations for some wikkid good fun.