Saturday, December 14, 2019

Snow Globes and Candy Canes is NOW AVAILABLE!

Holly Daze (which I love to pieces) was my first holiday story, and it sort of closed the chapter on a part of my life. There's so much of the old me in that story - hiding from the holidays, looking for an escape, and desperately seizing the opportunity to be loved for who you are. It's a happy, sexy, entirely positive story, but it was written to conquer unpleasant holiday memories.

Snow Globes and Candy Canes, which just published today, is a story of the new me - accepting and celebrating the holidays because sharing them with someone you loves brings a joy that was so long absent. It's a total impossible fantasy of Christmas wishes, but such a sweet, sexy, silly story that I am delighted to share it with you all!


Snow Globes and Candy Canes: A Sweet & Sexy Gender Swap Romance
by Sally Bend 

It all started with an office holiday party, an ugly Christmas sweater, a shower of glitter, and a strange card that read "May all your Christmas wishes come true."

A little tipsy and a lot horny, Sandra and Nick stagger home and into the bedroom, where she initiates a little cross-dressing fun with tinsel, snow globes, candy canes, and Christmas stockings. A few idle wishes and a good sleep later, stocky Nick awakes to find himself a busty Nicky, eager to please his incredible girlfriend and her delicious new toy!

Sandra is going to take her new girlfriend in every way she can, hard, deep, and unprotected, until they’re both sweaty, spent, and overflowing with holiday cheer!

Snow Globes and Candy Canes is an erotic romance that is sweet, sexy, and seasonably silly. Unwrap 10,000 words of gender-swap, futa-on-female, loving erotica. For adult readers only.

Friday, December 13, 2019

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!

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

The Bridal Trap by Lyka Bloom (femdom feminization)

I had the great pleasure of first meeting Lyka Bloom through her Pink Institute series about 5 years (and nearly 60 stories!) ago, so it is probably no surprise that I continue to be drawn to her stories where reluctant men are transformed into eager, happy, blissful sissies.

The Bridal Trap is most definitely one of her happy ending stories, although Eleanor does lead Darren on a very unorthodox journey, one with its share of anger and anxiety before the emotions begin to turn. The very concept of a dominant woman wanting to flip society's expectations by transforming a younger man into her perfect trophy wife is exquisite, a fantasy with which I suspect many of us can relate.

Eleanor is a stern, confident, powerful woman, a born Alpha leader who sees no reason why that leadership should not extend into a marriage. And that is no mere whim - she is so committed to her idea of the perfect sissy trophy wife, she has even renovated her mansion to have a custom bridal suite in which her subject can be imprisoned for conditioning! Darren never thought of himself in terms of sissy or submissive, but everything about him - his size, his lack of confidence, his admiration for women - makes him the perfect beta subject for Eleanor's plans.

The slow, gradual transformation of Darren is as lovely as it is carefully constructed. A locked room, controlled environment, and pretty lace-fringed shock collar are what make it all possible, but it is the presence of Eleanor and her honest, frank explanations of what she desires that ultimately allows Darren to overcome his reservations. Most of the erotic elements are saved for the last third of the story, but they are certainly worth waiting for, especially since they are precisely what a sissy wife should expect. As for the emotional connection that blooms, that had me swooning with delight.

The Bridal Trap may not be every sissy's dream, but I cannot imagine anything better.

Lyka Bloom lives and works in Tennessee as a technical writer. She has always enjoyed the exploration of fantasies, from the mundane to the kinky, generally revolving around hypnosis, mind control and transformation.

http://www.lykabloom.com/

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

The Futa's Obedient Sissy Maid by Amelia Wrath (futa sissy femdom)

My first impression of The Futa's Obedient Sissy Maid was that it focused too much on the humiliation Cristina, but then I realized I was doing the story a disservice. I was reading too much of myself into the story, and this is their fantasy, not mine.

Once I sort of reoriented myself with that in mind, this was an entirely delightful fantasy of a futa's first experience dominating a sissy. Amelia Wrath plays her as somewhat nervous and unsure of herself, rather than making her a perfect insta-dominatrix, and that adds a fun dimension to the story. Cristina, meanwhile, is a natural submissive, but even he stumbles a bit, requiring correction - something he hardly minds!

Much of the story is focused on introducing Cristina's futa goddess, teasing the challenges of dating men who are not prepared for her big secret, wrapping her head around the sissy situation, testing Cristina's limits, and exploring the facets of her power. When it comes time for Cristina to serve intimately, the story becomes deliciously erotic, even without losing its humiliation kink.

If you are like me, and dream of bottoming for a well-hung futa, then you may want to check out Wrath's Futa on Sissy Bundle for a pair of bonus stories!


Monday, December 9, 2019

2018-2019 Rainbow Award Winners!

450 books, 106 judges, all over the world

Many, many submissions, from indie publishers, from mainstream publishers and self-published authors.

$12.313,92 donated to LGBT charities.

Yes, it is once again time to talk about the Rainbow Awards, a wonderful organization which I have been delighted to be a part of since 2010.

You can review the complete list of winners here, but I wanted to showcase the categories that I am always most excited about.

Transgender Book
1. Katherine Wyvern - A Muse to Live For
2. Dorian Graves - Bones and Bourbon
3. Mia Kerick - The Princess of Baker Street
4. Mia Kerick - All Boy
5. Carla Grant - Uncommon Girls

I am so ridiculously happy for Katherine Wyvern! Muse was such a beautiful read, a work of art about the creation of art, and one that perfectly evokes an era, reading like a rediscovered Victorian manuscript that she has simply given a polish for a contemporary audience. I loved Grant's tale as well, but I'll get back to her in a moment!


Transgender - Contemporary, Erotic, Historical & Paranormal Romance
1. Katherine Wyvern - A Muse to Live For
Katherine Wyvern - Spice & Vanilla
2. L.A. Witt – Adrift
Brooklyn Ray - Darkling
3. Tia Fielding – Four

I said it before and I will say it again, I am so ridiculously happy for Katherine Wyvern! The characters in Spice were absolutely wonderful, the use of music was delightful, and the slow reveal of secrets, memories, and pasts helped to give it all depth and resonance.


LGBTA - Biography / Memoir
1. Ruth Simkin - Dear Sophie
2. Todd Allen Smith - Murder, Romance and Two Shootings
Judith Branzburg - The Liberation of Ivy Bottini
3. Carla Grant - Uncommon Girls

Grant's story was not what I expected, a book I almost gave up on it in the early going, but then she shared Eliot's formal written proposal to wear high heels to school . . . and suddenly I found myself loving this kid. Mom's whole "fluid concept of womanhood" is perfect, and Ella is . . . well, I am going to go all out and call her a hero. She is amazing. You need to read this!


1. Jeanne G’Fellers - Cleaning House
2. Ariana Nash - Silk & Steel
3. Megan Derr - Dragon Magic

Such a tough category! G’Fellers created a delightful modern American queer fantasy about family, spirit, magic, and connections (complete with a wonderful non-binary character and absolutely perfect gender-neutral pronouns), while Derr wrote what a wonderful fantasy, full of action and adventure, and polyamorous romance.



MacKay wrote a beautiful story of friendship and family with characters as wonderful and as diverse as the Thailand setting. Jira and Bon are such a cute couple, and Areeya and Fon (OMG, I loved Fon!) really bring that relationship to live by intertwining it within their own.



Coming into a series with the 5th book is always a challenge, especially with high tech space opera, but Butler created so much drama, tension, and mystery (with a covert romance) that I was drawn in from the start.


Asexual Book
1. R.A. Steffan - The Complete Lion Mistress Collection
2. Jae - Perfect Rhythm
Ava Kelly - Havesskadi
3. Sam Burns - Strike Up the Band

R.A. Steffan also took the Asexual - Contemporary, Fantasy and Paranormal Romance & Romantic Comedy category with another wonderful story full of dynamic characters, a reverse harem relationship, and a mix of fantasy and romance.



Congrats to the authors across all categories!

Saturday, December 7, 2019

TGCaption - Milking the Haven (transformation hucow femdom)

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.


Another set of trade captions from Rachel's Haven this weekend, this last one for SimplySays.

With a preference for curvy, big breasted women and a dare to make her the naughtiest woman ever, I knew I had to find the right image, and this one pulled me close, smothered me with lust, and demanded that I drink from its well of inspiration!

Friday, December 6, 2019

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!