Friday, 17 December 2010

Ding Dong Merrily on High...

All right - first up for this week a tale from Mordaca of Tombstone and his associates, involving An Unexpected Profit.

Now, a couple of new reasonably seasonal tales from me. For example, the owner of Harpers department store, and his family, got a most unwelcome surprise When Santa Came In.

As for Elaine, meanwhile, the return home After The Party is equally eventful.

Delving into the archives, we can also offer two more occasions when parties go wrong thanks to the Secret Santa, and The Christmas Fairy - the latter having the distinction of the first appearance of Penelope and Madame X.

I'm going on holiday for the Festive period, so let me take this opportunity to thank all of you for dropping in and reading the tales that have appeared here. On behalf of Mordaca, Tull, JennyGagged, Rayron D'Olier, Bound_Is_Best, Ed Overton, Doctor George and the family of Gillian B, as well as myself, I want to say how much we have enjoyed your support and encouragement as we have tried to entertain you over the last twelve months. In the world of the internet, 14 587 unique visitors may be incredibly small change, but hopefully each and everyone of you have found something here. I also wish to thank the above named contributors, without whose efforts this would be a much less interesting place.

I hope you all have a very Merry Christmas, or whatever the relevant festival name is for you, and that you get all that you wish for and deserve in 2011. We will be back on Friday, 7th January with new tales, but until then keep well and keep safe.

KP

Monday, 13 December 2010

Dammit

I have been informed that a Trojan Horse got attached to the front page of the site. I have removed the offending file and will replace later, but for now if you have visited the site in the last week run an anti-virus program such as Malwarebyte and clean your system.

I would like to personally apologise if this has caused problems for you.

UPDATE: Problem solved, but please contact me if you find any other problems.

As the end of 2010 approaches

You have one week to vote from what the stats suggests are the most popular stories, both by myself and by others. No prize will be awarded to the winner, bu tit gives you a chance to show your appreciation for what appears here.

On which note - following the update later this week, I will be taking my annual Christmas break, and there will be no new postings after then until the first week of 2011. I will share my greetings for the season on Friday.

KP

Friday, 10 December 2010

Let us celebrate

in a number of ways, as John Jacobs reflects on the various winter festivals we have in the tale of The Winter Cat.

Christmas, by the way, is also a time for ghost stories - so this week let me point you to the best ghost story I think I have written, Changeling.

It's also a time when old black and white movies appear on the television - which may have influenced a story I call Blackmail. The linked photos, courtesy of Tex, may also have had an influence.

Finally, JennyGagged wants to tell you all about the Brat Camp.

More next week.

KP

Friday, 3 December 2010

Are you sitting comfortably?

Good - then I'll begin.

Firstly, Dottie has returned from her Arabian Nightmare, but she still is not 100% herself. Will Dancing With A Stranger help? Read the story to find out...

Tull has also sent me a new tale, relating the events of The Heir Hunters' Bad Day.

Finally, Mordaca digs into the past of two of her most popular characters with a story called Under Pressure.

Christmas is coming, and I have some stories planned, but for now re-visit an old tale with the story of the Secret Santa.

Finally, as promised I've updated the links page with a link to my page at DamselTube.

Have a great weekend.

KP

Wednesday, 1 December 2010

Huh

So my Multiply account had become the latest to be deep sixed. A pity - I had built up a good rapport with some people there, but I won't be going back. No disrespect to those I was friends with there, but it seems a mild coincidence that the day I post that I was not willing to be bombarded with posts of boys in various forms, I get nixed.

Anyway, may I direct you to my DamselTube account at http://www.damseltube.com/members/profile/1037/KPPresents - this is where I will put the vids for now, and will update regularly. I'll sort out the links with the weekly update on Friday.

Christmas is Coming...

The goose is getting fat,

Please put your jewellery in the little black sack,

If you haven’t got some jewellery, your money will do.

If you haven’t any money then we’ll shoot you.

So, let’s look at November. In total, 15,366 pages were viewed on 3,676 visits by 2,120 visitors from 63 countries. As usual, we thank each and every one of you for dropping in – both from the usual countries, and places as far flung and exotic as Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Myanmar (Burma), Nicaragua and Panama. It looks like an increase again of about 10% on October, so keep spreading the word out there.

Question of the week – I’m familiar with most operating systems, but what the heck is SymbianOS?

Visitors came from all the usual places, but a special welcome to those of you who found me via DamselTube – I’ll be adding a link to my page there at the end of the week. Also, the usual unusual search terms have yielded...

Bound with her rival’s lingerie - Ladies Night

Bank robbery gagged teller - Early Opening

Boss handkerchief gagged - Bound for Follyfoot

Things to look out for when tieing rope around boobs - The Salesman Comes Chapter 2

Female kidnappers leather gloves - A Girl In Every Port

Rope “tie your friend” - One Burglar Too Many

“so much rope” mummy “gag her” - The Kidnapped Sherrif Affair

“the girls had been stripped” - The Campus Kidnapper

Flower sandals bound gagged - Return To The Sorority House

Evening dress high heels gag binder story - Helping Hands

So, what was popular? In terms of hits, the top stories were: -

  1. Schoolgirl Hostages by JennyGagged
  2. A Friendly Rivalry by Rayron D’Olier
  3. No Room For Amateurs by Mordaca
  4. Game, Set and Snatch by Bound_Is_Best
  5. The Eyes Have It
  6. Portrait of A Lady Part 2
  7. Hostage Weekend part 2
  8. The Campus Kidnappers by JennyGagged
  9. Forced to Play The Game by Rayron D’Olier
  10. Special Request

If, however, you go by how long people spend on a page, then the leaders are: -

  1. The Perfect Housemate
  2. Flora MacKenzie and the Millenium Bug by Gillian B
  3. Audition
  4. The Best Laid Plans
  5. Queenie and Purdah on the Scotch Express by Gillian B
  6. Gated Community
  7. Dottie’s Arabian Nightmare Chapter 2
  8. The Getaway by Mordaca
  9. Morning Caller
  10. Generations

Be back Friday (weather permitting) for our next update.

KP

Friday, 26 November 2010

My Apologies

The Dottie story will have to wait a week - I need to rewrite a few parts.

In the meantime, I've added A Friendly Wager to the Rayron D'Olier collection. This is the last of the stories I have available to me, but if anyone has copies f any other stories by Rayron I would be willing to add them. In return, I can offer a selection of bondage cartoons by various artists - e-mail me to discuss if you can help.

Also, for Mordaca, we have the tale of A Very Different Kind of Knight in Shining Armour.

See you all next week.

KP

Wednesday, 24 November 2010

Happy Thanksgiving!!

Allow me to offer some early holiday reading with Turkey Trot, and also to point you the way of an earlier tale called Thanksgiving Turkey.

More Friday,

KP

Friday, 19 November 2010

Holidays are coming

By a happy coincidence, I find myself blessed today with not one, but two contributed stories to offer you, as well as a couple of my own.

Firstly, please welcome back Bound_Is_Best with a new tale of the Baron's associates, called Game, Set and Snatch.

Then we also have another tale from Tull of Ray, the criminal with a thing for the larger woman, where he shows the truth in the axiom No Job Too Small.

For myself, I offer a short story in the Reflections model called Hope, and a picture tale called The Eyes Have It.

Finally, next week I hope to bring you my annual Thanksgiving tale, so why not look back on last year and A Reason To Give Thanks. Hopefully, I'll also have anew tale of Dottie for you as well.

Until then,
KP

Sunday, 14 November 2010

Quick notice

I was told that the first group I had at Yahoo, kps-dids, had been resurrected. First, it had nothing to do with me. Second, it''s just that latest of a list of old group names to be used by some sort of spamming operation.

So please, spread the word - I have nothing to do with, and want nothing to do with, the group by this name.

Friday, 12 November 2010

A Dedicated Follower of Fashion

That's not me, by the way - just one of my favourite Kinks songs. At any rate, looking at the current fashions led me to thinking about a story I called Buttons and Bows, which you can read from today.

I've also loaded up the latest chapter, as promised, of The Netterton Jewels, set in the late 60's, but also opening the door to what our old friend Coco may do next.

From this week, I'm going to point you the way of some older stories that I think have a special resonance, either with me or from comments that others have made. This week, I ask you to re-consider a Special Request.

Finally, we continue to build the Rayron D'Olier wing up with the story of A Friendly Rivalry.

More next week.

KP

Monday, 8 November 2010

And the Serious

Every year, at this time, I invite those who visit KP Presents to take a few moments, at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, and stop to give thanks.

I come from an army background - my father was a career soldier, who signed up in 1942 and fought his way up through the European theatre. He saw things and sites no man should ever have to see, and took many of them to the grave. Some I know - for example, the fact he was in the company that found a wooden stockade hidden in the woods near a town called Belsen. Some I don't - I do know he refused to watch the American TV mini series, Holocaust, because he felt it diluted the truth. He also fought in Burma, and served for over twenty years before retiring. I have over family members who have served or are serving, and even though I walk a different path I know this.

It is through the sacrifice of many men and women, some like my father who survived and others who did not, that we have the freedom to do what we do without fear of persecution in our world. There are many - some of whom may be reading this - who still live under such fear, and they deserve the right to the same freedom. You may disagree with the reasons for wars - and lord knows I do - but the sacrifice of those who died to allow us to disagree should never be forgotten. Today, they still risk all, and lose much if not all, to preserve that freedom.

So, at 11 am on Thursday, stop for two minutes and give thanks. It is a small, inadequate way of paying these people back, but it is what we have, and I for one will do so with respect and gratitude.

Thank you for listening.

The silly

I was reviewing the stats on the site traffic, and decided on a whim to look at the browsers that were being used. The vast majority were Windows and Macintosh - as you would expect. A few Linux, which I remember from my student days using early Unix machines. That wasn't the funny bit, however.

BlackBerry, iPhone, and Android I kinda get as phones, although I shudder to think what the font size is like. Even more so for the iPod - I didn't even think they could have internet access.

Nope - it was the people who access via PS3 and Wii - I almost wonder just what games they are playing before or after the site, or in the case of the PS3 what BluRay they are watching.

Inquiring minds would love to know...

Friday, 5 November 2010

Hmmm

I actually had three stories finished for this week, but two of them need review by those who requested them, so you'll have to wait a little while longer to see who gets the Netterton Jewels next.

The one I can share, however, is part 2 of Portrait of A Lady, as the story of how a girl called Shirley became Madame X continues.

Also, two contributed stories. Firstly, JennyGagged offers the tale of Schoolgirl Hostages.

Also, please welcome Mordaca back after a short break with a story that leaves No Room For Amateurs.

More, as always, next week.

KP

Monday, 1 November 2010

Looking back on October...

There was an 11% increase on hits from September – which, given I was away for three of the weeks, is nothing short of amazing. Thank you to all those who visited – all 2,120 of you from 68 countries. An extra special welcome to those visiting for the first time from Hong Kong, India, Croatia, and Egypt – but sadly, the hunt for a visitor from Alaska continues...

Not much to talk about in terms of sites bringing people here – the usual suspects apply. However, as always, the search terms prove intriguing...

Above below knees bound tight – Helping Hands
Tied wrist behind her back long skirt stories – Family Legends
Left tied to bed in her own home struggles – Forced to Play The Game
Big tits half bra wrists tied behind back – Double Trouble
Brown sticking plaster gagged – Seventies Bound
Female burglars, black tights, stocking masks – Return of the Vixen
Nurse scarf gagged sleepy – Pay the Piper
Asian “wrists tied” officer – When Notorious Reputations Clash
Elbows tied rope leather daisy dukes – Off The Record
I binding she secure with no chance of escape – Turning The Tables
Model named chase from bondage harem – The Weekend Hostage
Mother in law tied up and gagged – A Day At The Lake
Pantyhose tied robbery – Tight Spot
Silk scarf gagged damsel-in-distress - Reunion

And so, in October we have the top ten in terms of actual hits looking like...

1. Waiting for Janet
2. The Hostage Weekend part 1
3. Honey I’m Home by Rayron D’Olier
4. The Campus Kidnappers by JennyGagged
5. (Not) Alone in the Woods by Mordaca
6. Moving Day
7. Ladies in Leather
8. Late Back from Lunch by Tull
9. Lessons in Revenge
10. Bedtime Story

As always, however, a different tale is told when we look at which pages were lingered over...

1. It’s Just A Game
2. The Rare Stamp
3. A Reason To Give Thanks
4. The Smoking Break by Tull
5. The Christmas Fairy
6. Queenie and the Madame chapter 4 by Gillian B
7. Lady Winterbottom’s Pearls
8. McKenzie and Marks Undercover in Austria – Epilogue by Gillian B
9. The Ties That Bind by Mordaca
10. A Week of Living Dangerously by Tull

Now, if you’ll forgive me, I have a couple of ongoing tales that require my attention...
KP

Saturday, 30 October 2010

Scary Stuff

in so many ways this week. Firstly, apologies again for the delay - I've been off work, and things had to take precedence.

Having said that, in the Chase files you will find part 2 of The Hostage Weekend, with accompanying photos. This really is Adult territory, folks, so be warned.

Secondly, a couple of short Halloween tales, in the form of Protector and Rowena. I hope you enjoy them.

More next week.

KP

Tuesday, 26 October 2010

Fair warning

Real life has intruded again, so this week's update will be Saturday. In the meantime, why not get into the season with tales such as Changeling, Nightwatch, Ghost Story and Wiccan Woes.

Friday, 22 October 2010

New for today

before I do the next part of The Weekend Hostage and Portrait of A Lady, we have two new tales and the return of a contributor.

First, please welcome back JennyGagged after an absence of far too long, with the tale of The Campus Kidnappers.

She also sent me a set of photos to write a story round, the result of which is the tale of the Ladies in Leather - complete with links to the photos.

Finally, a new tale of the Family of Crime, actually inspired by a couple if videos I found at http://www.keptinbondage.com/ - look for KPPresents, and view my favourites for the clips. I call this Moving Day, for reasons that may or may not become clear.

More next week, hopefully.

KP

ADDENDUM - at the request of a couple of people, I've added links to photos from oen of the more popular stories, namely Lessons in Revenge

Monday, 18 October 2010

September Song

So, how did the site fare in September? Well, we had 3,214 visits looking at 17,213 pages views – an average of just fewer than 6 per visit. In total there were 1,803 unique visitors – a jump on the previous month of about 12%, which is always gratifying.

New countries popping in included Nicaragua, Guernsey (one of the Channel Islands), China (Welcome!), Argentina and Chile. Big jump in visits from Canada as well, but sadly still nobody from Alaska...

One small surprise on referral sites was the fact we somehow came out top on a couple of media-based search engines one day. I’m still not sure how that happened – but as always some unusual search terms came up...

Bound gag in a silk night dress – Bedtime Story
Women tied with zip ties – Jury Service
“Booted ankles”+tied – Bound for Follyfoot
Binding gag scarf – Captive Cheers
Bound gag noises – Sorority Rites
Duchess scarf gagged – Award Night
Female wearing red blouse, black skirt ,red boots, choloformed, bound with rope, gagged with ducktape, by female – Ladies In Red
Kidnapped daughter rope waist tied young – Wrap Up Warm
Little tied up gagged actresses – The Kidnappers That Weren’t
Perspiration soaked hose gag rope – How I Bagged A Cougar
Tied and gagged with a hermes scarf – Shop Girls
Queen scarf gagged captive – Jayes and the Masked Marvel
stockings rope tied skirt chair gag knot – Cath’s Caff
wrists gagged “Young lady” – She’s The One

So, in terms of number of hits, the top stories in September 2010 were...

1. Forced to Play the Game by Rayron D’Olier
2. Home Alone
3. Private Collection
4. The Kidnapped Sheriff Affair by Mordaca
5. A Picture Of You
6. Bound With A View by Bound_is_best
7. The Babysitter Bandit
8. Paige’s Day Off by Rayron D’Olier
9. The Netterton Jewels Part 2
10. A Small Towns’ Biggest Secret by Mordaca

As for in terms of how long people actually spend on the page, the top ten are...

1. The Adventrue of the Epping Sapphire by Gillian B
2. Queenie and the Boxer part 3 by Gillian B
3. MacKenzie and Marks Undercover in Austria Part 7 by Gillian B
4. Family Bonding
5. Avon Calling
6. A Week of Living Dabgerously by Tull
7. A Study in Grey
8. A Girl in Every Town
9. Queenie and Purdah on the Scotch Express by Gillian B
10. A Piece of Goodwill by Gillian B

So, we press on, and normal service will be resumed on Friday. Until then...

KP

Thursday, 14 October 2010

All righty...

Things will return to normal next week folks - but in the meantime two new stories.

We continue the Chase files with part 1 of The Hostage Weekend - and as Anne setlles down to a weekend without the family, some univited guests drop in and things take a different turn.

Also, from the pen of Tull, a traffic warden discovers that she may be Late Back From Lunch, through no choice of her own...

The stats for October will be coming up later, but for now - enjoy.

KP

Wednesday, 13 October 2010

Ugh!

Laptop died on me again, so I'm late with a couple of new tales. More later...

Wednesday, 6 October 2010

While I sort out...

The October stats, please enjoy two new stories by our guest authors - Honey, I'm Home by Rayron D'Olier and (Not) Alone In The Woods by Mordaca...

Friday, 1 October 2010

So in the first mini update

A mother sits, thinking over what has happened that night and Waiting for Janet in the Reflections collection.

Thursday, 30 September 2010

Updates for the next couple of weeks

are going to be a bit spotty - let me explain why.

I have the usual batch of stories in preparation and lined up ready for loading, but in my real life I'm also making final preparations to spend two weeks in the US delivering training courses. As a result, I just don;t have the time to dedicate to my usual weekly full update.

Instead, I'll be adding new stories one at a time every couple of days from now until the middle of October. On the positive side, you will see more posts here in October, and can come more frequently. On the negative side, the updates will be small, and at what to me are strange times. Bear with em on this - especially as I'll be doing this in the spare hour or two I'm going to get each day.

Also, if you think this is easy for me, remember - not only do I have to cope with jet lag, I also have to avoid all the Election talk in the US at the moment. With that in mind, here's a little treat - join me tomorrow for the first mini-update.

KP

Are you going to the party?

Friday, 24 September 2010

Time and time again

So, we end one story, present the latest part of another, and provide something a little different.





First, the third and final part of Dottie's Arabian Nightmare, as Dottie, Nelson and others gather for an ending - and possibly a beginning...





I recently posted a story called The Pastel Pink Rose, which proved extremely popular, so from the pen of Jim from Michigan comes part 1 of Sorority Rites. In addition, as part of the ongoing changes I've rearranged the contributiosn folder by writer, to make their tales easier to find.



Finally, some time ago Tull dropped me a line and asked me to explain what was going on in this drawing by Dark Hiro. More recently, Tex was idly speculating elsewhere just how effective the "smog masks" you sometimes see in photos from Japan and China were as gags, and what must be underneath them. Both collided in my brain, and the result is The Japanese Steal Ceremony.

More next week.

KP

Friday, 17 September 2010

Chchchhhh Changes...

Ah, Bowie - gotta love him.

Anyway, in response to suggestions I have received, a few changes have been made to the site, as well as some new stories. Let's see....

Links - re-arranged into categories, and a new link added to Van;s Fiction. As always, if you have a link you think fits here, drop me a line.

On My Own and Multiple Maidens - I've moved some of the stories out into a new section, namely...

Dottie's Dilemmas - the tales of Dottie now have their own place, and the finale to Dottie's Arabian Nightmare will be appearing next week. I need to send it to her in the next couple of days first. Also new as a section is...

The Chase Files - I've obtained permission from a lady known as Chase, who my be familiar to the fans of Bondage Harem and is known elsewhere as ChaseBound, to write some stories around her photosets. I'll say this now - she has approved all stories that appear here, and given permission for me to link to her photos. These are also most definitely not for minors, so don't go there if you are under 18. Having said that, we start the collection with a little tale called Home Alone.

Madame X - We have promised this for some time, and now we begin - the story of who she is and how she came to be, in the first part of Portrait of A Lady.

Rayron D'Olier - another tale of crime, fear and arousal in Paige's Day Off.

Are other changes coming? Could be - but your ideas will be considered.

More next week.

KP

Monday, 13 September 2010

Friday, 10 September 2010

Where Dreams Come From...

So, let's talk inspiration...

For example, over at DeviantArt I was asking for ideas of what people The Gentlemen Robbers should meet next, and Nid (a lovely girl there who has just got engaged to DavidPresents of the same community) asked why they never visit a museum. At the same time, I was looking through some Hiro pictures, and... Well, the result is Private Collection.

Then, I was out for a meal the other day when I saw this woman wearing a top and trousers straight from the eighties. That got me thinking of my student days, the styles of the time, and other things, which leads to A Picture of You.

Finally, Mordaca gets his ideas from somewhere else - so the idea for A Small Town's Biggest Secret comes from the same place. Just with a slight twist.

Before I go, some advance warning - I'll be taking a trip to this funny place called the UsofA in three weeks time, and updates in the first half of October will be sporadic.

Come back next week for the end of one tale, and the beginning of another long promised..

KP

Friday, 3 September 2010

One, Two, Three....

One - we present the next part of The Netterton Jewels, set in 1920's britain as the notorious collection comes under the gaze of a certain pair of rogues...

Two - From the pen of Rayron D'Olier, a girl is Forced to Play The Game

Three - Modaca invites you to consider at leisure The Kidnapped Sheriff Affair.

More next week,

KP

Thursday, 2 September 2010

Autumn leaves...

Well, it nearly is - but as we are in a new month, time to look back at what happened last month, even if I was away for half of it...

We had 2,856 viits from 1,599 people – 48.7% of whom were new visitors. Welcome to people from Latvia, Peru, Falkland Islands, Iran – but still no-one from Alaska, nor this month Arkansas, Wyoming or Montana. Must try harder..

the usual large crop of referring sites – although nowhere new this month. As for the search engine, the unusual terms this month included...

Ball gagged harriet – The Babysitter Bandit
Mother in law tied up and gagged – Early Opening
Nurse scarf gagged sleepy – Pay The Piper
“gloved hand over her mouth” – Wiccan Woes
Blouse skirt gagged tv story – Moral Freedom
Gagged managed to free herself – Replaced
Hogtied woman dressed in a skirt – The Case History
How tight they tied my arms – Family Legends
Mother daughter tied gagged wear each others panties – Bound with a View
vrouw handen vastgebonden rok hakken – Charity (Translated from Dutch...)


Now, given I was away for half of the month, the top stories were...

Hits

She Asked For It by Rayron D’Olier
Family Legends
A Week In The Life
A Week of Living Dangerously by Tull
Flattery Will Get You Nowhere
After The FACT
The Pastel Pink Rose by Jim from Michigan
Turning The Tables
Garage Sale
The Netterton Jewels Part 1
Dottie’s Arabian Nightmare Part 2
Working Late by Rayron D’Olier

Time

Ms McKenzie in the USA Part 4 by Gillian B
Garage Sale
Return of the Vixen
Breaking the Silence
Lady Winterbottom’s Pearls
The Adventure of the Epping Sapphire by Gillian B
Cat in the Cradle
Home From The Mall
Reflected in a Cat’s Eye
A Wellness Day by Rayron D’Olier
Christmas and The Cat
Guests For The Weekend


This month - more from The Gentlemen Robbers... We start to peel back the veil on Madame X... What is the connection with some of our characters and the Netterton Jewels... and more from the usual gang of contributors.

Friday, 27 August 2010

If I may crave your indulgence...

I'm contemplating some changes to the website - nothing drastic, just trying to make it a bit more user friendly and maybe re-organise a few things. It would help, however, if I got some feedback, so if you could answer these questions for me it might help...


What is your favourite part of the site?

And your least favourite?

What one thing could I add to make it a place you would visit more often?

Are there any links you would want to see there?

Are there any characters/collection of tales you believe deserve their own section?

Are there any authors you think would fit in here? If so, give me some contact details, and I'll see what I can do.

Finally, and most importantly, does this shirt suit me?



I await any answers with interest...

Thursday, 26 August 2010

And Awwwaaayyyy We Go...

Three hopefully enjoyable new stories for you today.

Firstly Tull continues his tales of Ray, the ever cautious robber, as he meets old friends and new during A Week of Living Dangerously.

Next up, a short and sweet tale of ladies in tight fitting costumes and impossible heels as someone decides to try to go After The FACT.

Finally, there's this trio of young girls who have been inspired by a certain group to try their hand at larceny. However, as promised by the poll results and requested by TuxedoJarod, they soon discover that Flattery Will Get You Nowhere.

One last, small thing - if you look at the pages linked above, you will see I am starting to sort out one of the biggest niggles I know there has been about my site. Bear with me - over the next few weeks, all the pages will get this new feature, but it will take time.

Have a good week,

KP

Friday, 20 August 2010

That's better

I'm back, refreshed and ready to start again next week. In the meantime, I note the results of the poll - and it is fortunate that I have a suggestion from my good friend TuxedoJarrod that fits the scenario very nicely.

Very nicely indeed.

Right - to the word processor!!

Friday, 6 August 2010

Before I head off...

A little poll for you to think over. Below are scenarios that I have had sitting in my ideas file for some time. Read, consider, and vote for which you'd like to see - and when I come back, I promise I'll write that tale...

Scenario 1


Flatmates together. Two sat on couch. First wearing uniform of white blouse, blue jacket and skirt, grey tights and blue shoes. Second wearing green jumper and pants, with green suede boots. Both tied by wrists, ankles and legs, and gagged with tape. Sitting hoping flatmate comes home after invaders have left, when they reveal she actually arrived half an hour earlier……

Scenario 2


Two housewives are sat on bed in large bedroom. Both wearing summer dresses. They’ve been forced to tie their own legs and ankles together with tights, stuff scarves into their mouths, tie knotted scarves into their mouths as well, and then blindfold themselves with more scarves. Now invaders are tying their hands behind their backs with tights……….

Scenario 3


Mother and daughter are in living room. Mother is wearing peasant-style blouse, long skirt with fringe and red leather boots. Daughter is wearing school uniform. Facing each other, hands tied behind back and chests/upper bodies lashed together. One of invaders is tying daughter’s ankles and legs, another mothers. Third is holding older daughter with hand over mouth, waiting to tie and gag her,

Scenario 4


Woman came back from work, dressed in grey (Lady in grey as title?) Tie-neck blouse, sleeveless cardigan, knee-length skirt and boots. Laid on floor, hands and ankles bound and hogtied. Invader tying scarf over bulging mouth

Scenario 5

Woman is sat in darkened room, crying but afraid to try and speak due to packed mouth and tight white bandage over it. Her husband has been taken away, her daughters are elsewhere in the house, and the woman in the brown catsuit has not taken her eyes off her since they have been left alone. She has no idea why they are there, or what they want with her - but that's not the real problem. The real problem is the imminent arrival of her daughter's friend for the weekend...

Well I've packed my bags...

Before I skip off into the sunset for two weeks hard-earned holiday, I want to leave you with a few choice things.

First, two tales which may be slightly off our usual topic, but still offer a good read. From Jim from Michigan, we find a tale of The Pastel Pink Rose - a prelude which, if you enjoy it, leads to more tales that we can present here.

Second, Rayron D'Olier tells us why She Asked For It.

Then, we have two continuing tales. Firstly, we offer the second part of Dottie's Arabian Nightmare - complete wth the usual embedded links to the pictures that inspired this tale.

Secondly, we present the first part of the story of The Netterton Jewels - a tale that encompass a number of my characters, includign (as always with permission) La Ciocolatta, Madame X and in this part The Dragon Queen.

KP is now on vacation, and the next postign will be week beginning 23rd August. Until then, have a good break, and i fyou have anysuggestions then post them here or send them to em at mistertallandmistersmall@yahoo.co.uk.

Enjoy.

Wednesday, 4 August 2010

Looking back to last month...

In which I bore the pants off people by looking back at the traffic in July.

There will be an update on Friday, folks, before I take two weeks off. In the meantime...

In July we had 2.868 visits with 12,479 page views – a small increase on the previous month, but still fairly good for a site like this. We had 1,354 unique visitors, of whom 41% were new – welcome to you all, particularly if you are from Ghana, Falkland Islands or South Africa. As for the US Watch – we still await visitors from North Dakota or Alaska...

Plenty of referring sites – but somebody please explain dogpile.com to me?

Anyway, as always when we look at the search terms some interesting combinations come up. Here are some of the cleaner ones for this month...

Gagged wearing operagloves – Family Legends
Her wrists bound over her head from a hook in the ceiling – Garage Sale
Blouse tied gagged vans garage burglars stripped – A Week In The Life
“Tied behind” skirt gagged kneel – Helping Hands
Blindfolded wendi – Morning Caller
Gagged receptionist – Work Experience
Hopping struggle gagged hop away – Just Hopping Around
Stockings tied gagged rope chair heel – The Case History
Use of blindfolds and gags with female victims – Turning The Tables
Scarf gagged mother – Bedtime story
Scarf gagged daughter – The Cat’s Pyjamas

Now, in terms of which pages got the most hits in July we have:

A Wellness Day by Rayron D’Olier
A Dangerous Man by Rayron D’Olier
Bastille Day
Real Distress Time by Mordaca
Party Night
The Smoking Break by Tull
The Captive’s Place by Mordaca
Perils of Snooping by Rayron D’Olier
Generations 2
Just Hopping Around by Mordaca
Dottie’s Arabian Nightmare Part 1
Seventies bound 6

Not too surprising, as I expected the addition of the Rayron D’Olier section to prove popular. As for time spend on the pages...
Here Comes The Bride
Queenie and the Boxer Part 3 by Gillian B
Rough Diamond part 5 by Gillian B
Queenie and the Boxer part 2 by Gillian B
Work Experience
The Stolen Warranties by Mordaca
Queenie and the Boxer Part 1 by Gillian B
Queenie in All at Sea part 2 by Gillian B
Home Sweet Home part 5 by Gillian B
Over The Sea
Turning the Tables
Rough Diamond part 4 by Gillian B


Must have been a Gillian B fan on line.

More Friday.

KP

Friday, 30 July 2010

Take three writers...

First of all, there's Rayron D'Olier, as we continue re-posting some of his more famous stories with Working Late.

Second.we have Mordaca with more tales of The Duchess and her associates demonstraing that Lightnings Are Lazy.

Finally, a small effort of mine at the request of Tull with the title of Brass Robbing. If you get the references, you are as old as me - congratulations...

Now, advance warning - I'll have more work next week, and then it is my annual two weeks off. you have been warned...

Thursday, 29 July 2010

Running a little late

My day job has been challenging for all sorts of reasons this week, so it's likely to be tomorrow before I load up new stuff. In the meantime, may I recommend...

The story that introduces you to the KP world and many of the characters therein, Diamond Lights

The full tale that was George's Journey

Or what happened when the paths of La Ciocolatta and The Cat crossed again in Reflected In A Cat's Eye.

KP

Monday, 26 July 2010

The Missing Link

Sadly, my PhotoBucket acount has been terminated, so the link will just tell you it is no more. I'll remove it when I update later in the week, but thank you to all those who added me to their contact list over there. I still have the collection on file if anyone wishes to trade.

Thursday, 22 July 2010

And so to rewrite

I've always said I listen to those who read my stories, and when some of them (includinf French speakers) say they cannot follow the story in Bastille Day, I know to do something about it. Hence the new version today, with a clearer storyline.

In addition, I visit something I frst two years ago, where different members of a family tell the same tale from their perspectives, with Generations II.

Finally, Mordaca would like to tell you the tale of The Captive's Place.

More next week.

KP

Wednesday, 21 July 2010

Update coming later

Work and personal commitments have got in the way this week, but there will be new stuff either later today or late tomorrow.

Wednesday, 14 July 2010

For this week

First up, Madame X feels her personal security is threatened, which prompts her to act on Bastille Day.

Secondly, a tale of a Party Night that goes horribly, horribly wrong.

Finally, another classic Rayron D'Olier tale in the form of A Wellness Day. Be warned - adult content in this tale.

More next week.

KP

Update coming

hopefully later today - the host server seems to be having a particularly bad time of letting me in at the moment.

In the meantime, I'm starting a new poll here, and I'd appreciate your votes on this one. I've been laying the seeds for some time for a very special story, but I'm still uncertain as to whether or not I should it. Your votes and views may help me make my decision.

Monday, 12 July 2010

A very silly post

It's my birthday this Friday - if you were to get me a present, what would it be?

Wednesday, 7 July 2010

Guest Week

As promised, three new stories (well, two new and a classic reprint) from the guest authors at the site.

Firstly, Tull tells the tale of Wendy, the traffic warden who previously appeared in An Unauthorised Withdrawal, as she falls foul of crooks during The Smoking Break.

Secondly, Mordaca returns with a new tale of The Black Rose and how she brings a Real Distress Time for Ms Roberts.

Finally, we are proud to reprint the complete story of A Dangerous Man by Rayron D'Olier, as previously seen at Tied And True Tales.

More next week - please, tell us what you think of these and any other tales here.

KP

Monday, 5 July 2010

Looking back on June...

For June, the figures look down slightly, but what the hey...

We had 13,108 page views during 2,757 visits from 1,392 visitors – 44% of whom were new to the site. Welcome to one and all – especially those from Chile, Luxembourg, South Africa, South Korea, and China who managed to gain access for the first time. As for the US watch – we only have one state now, North Dakota, where we have not had a visitor. We wait in hope...

Welcome to those who have found the site through Multiply or FetLife – hope you like what you find here, where we try to cater for most tastes. Don’t believe me? Here’s the pick of the search terms this month and what they led to.

· Buxom orientals – Trapped by an Unsuitable Filming Shoot
· Tight muffling layered knotted silks scarf gags – Just Hopping Around
· “hands tied behind her back” skirt gagged – Invitation to Danger
· “her own gag” – Queenie All at Sea Part 2
· “mother tie her wrists” – Moral Freedom
· "tied up" writs ankles "long dress" or "evening dress" or gown – A Week In The Life
· “wrists tied” poncho – Plaid Piracy
· Agent girl dressed up and gagged – The Bad Girls
· Gagged with ladies handkerchiefs – Wrap up Warm
· Teacher scarf gagging – Lessons in Revenge

So, what was popular this month? In terms of number of hits, we have: -

1. A Girl in Every Port
2. Perils of Snooping by Rayron D’Olier
3. An Unauthorised Withdrawal by Tull
4. Hostage Sisters
5. Chapter 7 of The Salesman Calls by Madddoguk1
6. Just Hopping Around by Mordaca
7. The Doppelganger Affair by Mordaca
8. Bound with a View by Bound_is_Best
9. How Boring
10. Summer Ball

In terms of how long people stay on to read the story, the picture is: -

1. Breaking the Silence
2. Audit
3. Business as Usual
4. Ladies in Red
5. Queenie and the Madame part 1 by Gillian B
6. Holiday Hell
7. Return Visit
8. Cupid and The Cat
9. The Search
10. Flora MacKenzie in the USA by Gillian B

Which shows how things can attract different people in different ways.

Anyway, this week will be guest author week, with new tales by Tull, Rayron D’Olier and Mordaca – I need some time to catch up on a few things. More Wednesday.

KP

Thursday, 1 July 2010

Songs in the key of MMMPH

Happy Canada Day for today and Independance Day for Sunday - here's a little ditty for you

With apologies to Mann and Weil

When the world and I were young, just yesterday
Crime was such a simple game a child could play

It was easy then to tell jewel from glass
Easy then to tell weak from strong
When the rope would hold a lass
Or something else went on

But today, there are alarms and cameras
Today, security is much tighter
Today, there is no simple plan
Only their fear and shame

I remember when the victim just sat through
We had no need to use a gun, our face would do

It was easy then to keep them all silent
They would sit and make no complaint
The gags would hold and we would take
Their valuables and chains

But today, there is Crimewatch UK
Today, there are blogs and they have their say
Today, there is no anonymity
The old days have passed away

It was easy then to know dark from fair
When to take and when to spare
How much time you had to take their stuff
And how fast to run away

But today, there is no finesse or style
Today, there are just threats so vile
Today, she cowers and does not smile
The old days have passed away
They've just passed away…

Wednesday, 30 June 2010

To round off June

Let's round off the story of The Salesman comes, as Madddogmk1 provides the final chapter.

I also have a new story of Dottie, or at least the first part of Dottie's Arabian Nightmare. There are embedded links to some photos, and on that a quick word to Dottie - I'm having trouble loading up one of them at this point. You will know which one, and I'll find a way round it later.

Finally, the fashion of the high street has got me giving the WABAC machine a prod, with the result that I offer for your delectation and amusement Seventies Bound 6 - subtitled Maxi(mum) D(ist)ress. You'll see why when you read it...

Please let us have your comments, suggestions and criticisms. I'll talk to y'all later.

KP

Thursday, 24 June 2010

All right then....

Let's see.... Special story for Canada Day, check.... Penultimate chapter of The Salesman Comes, check... Rayron D'Olier, check... New Reflections tale, check.


I think we're ready for - I'm sorry, you were asking about something? All in good time, all in good time.


First, around about 4th July last year I promised that this year I would do a story set around Canada Day - and I like to keep my promises. So, please enjoy the tale of Four Seasons in One Day. Yeah, I know Crowded House are not Canadian - but I like the title.


Next, I have a tale of someone watching events unfold from Under the Table - with a little twist in the tale.


Then, I offer the last but one chapter of The Salesman Comes, as Detectives Orbach and Hirsch fill in a few more blanks.



I think that's... oh yeah, you're right, one more announcement.


Ladies and Gentlemen, examine if you please the following drawing.


This is the work of one Rayron D'Olier, well known artist of justifiable fame and appreciation, but what you may not know is he also writes stories on a similar theme. KP Presents has been fortunate enough to obtain permission to reprint some of his stories, previously only seen in sites like Tied and True Tales, and we begin today with the tale of the Perils of Snooping.
More to come from Rayron, and others, next week.
KP

Wednesday, 23 June 2010

I'm making a small change

to the index page, in anticipation of something later this week.

Heh, heh, heh...

Monday, 21 June 2010

Happy Solstice!

The good news is today is the longest day of the year.

The bad news is the days get shorter from here, so I have a chalenge for you, if you are willing to accept it.

It's simple, really - tell one person you know about this site, and send them the URL (http://www.kppresents.com) inviting them to drop in. They will be most welcome.

In fact, tell them that on Thursday they will be able to see the full story that this is an extract from :-

The clock was striking ten as the party sat watching Groundhog Day on the large television screen. June had her arms round Winter as they sat there, comforting each other while Fallon sat between Maurice and Jacques. Miss Grey sat looking at some sheets of paper, while April sat mutely looking on. A length of rope had been tied around her wrists bindings and then passed between her legs, pulling her skirt slightly between them, before the loose ends were secured around her ankles. Her scarf had been pushed into her mouth, the ends sticking out.

“Well, I did tell you to be quiet,” Miss Grey said as she looked over at April, and then at her daughter and granddaughter. “We are watching her,” she said in answer to their mute query, “and I promise you, you will all be fine. Ah, the film is finished – Maurice, why don’t you go and arrange some coffee with the charming Fal.”

“I don’t drink coffee this late at night,” June said, “It keeps me awake.”

“Ah, but I want you awake,” Miss Grey said as she stood up and walked over to April. “Will you be quiet now,” she said, and the older woman nodded as she looked up. Gently removing the scarf from her mouth, she placed it in a clear plastic bag as April whispered “Thank you.”

“Jacques, please release her from her bonds,” Miss Grey said to the remaining man. “I think she would appreciate the chance to – freshen up and change her clothing for something more comfortable.”

“What’s going to happen next,” Winter asked as she watched the man take a penknife from his suit pocket and cut the ropes around April.

“We will all have our coffee, and then you will all have the opportunity to wash and change your clothing. After that will be a pleasant surprise.”

“Pleasant? What do you mean by that?” June was getting angrier, only to be surprised as her mother stood up and touched her on the arm.

“This could be a lot worse, dear,” she said quietly, “Let’s just see the night through and get this over with.”

“Excellent advice, April,” Miss Grey said as the door opened and Fallon brought in a tray of steaming mugs. “I should thank you, Fallon, for your hosting duties tonight.”

“I don’t have a choice, do I?” she replied as she glared back at the woman, who just smiled. “Nevertheless, thanks are in order. Now then, These two gentlemen will watch you while I escort April to the bathroom and her bedroom. Please, sit nice and quiet and don’t try anything foolish – they know what to do, right boys?”


Not to mention this :-


The chair she was pushed into was partly hidden by a couch that was between it and the table, but I could see her legs kicking up and down as the man with the knife held stood to one side of her and leaned over. The whimpering had turned into muffled speech, which sounded to me like “dnt hrt...”, but that was followed by a sound I had never heard before. It was as if my friend Robert had decided to walk over rough sandpaper, the way it scratched and tore. I looked at the other man and saw he had something shiny in his hand that seemed to be growing in length before he too leaned over.

Jenny screams, and then goes silent again as the ripping continues. After a few minutes, I see the man kneel down and take her ankles. She’s still wearing those red leather boots she likes – the ones with a tassel down the back and that go higher up the front of the bottom of her legs. I like playing with that tassel sometimes, but right now I can hear the ripping again as the man passes the shiny thing around her ankles, the length of it growing and shrinking as the ripping continues.


So I won't - but feel free to tell your friends.

KP

Friday, 18 June 2010

Please, join me in welcoming

the man known as Tull to our growing list of contributing authors. He was the one who made the suggestion that led to the story called No Parking, and offers for your consideration the tale of An Unathorised Withdrawal. Please, make him feel welcome.

We also have a very new story from Mordaca, which I know you're going to love, called Just Hopping Around...

And from me, a tale for midsummer with a couple of old friends as they get involved in a Summer Ball.

Now, I have a couple of new tales to finish off for next week, including a long standing promise for those of you north of the 59th Parallel...

KP

Friday, 11 June 2010

Trying something new here

We have a bit more flexiblity now in the design of the blog, so let me know what you think of this new look.

On the other hand, I'm having real fun updating my site today - it seems to be slower than a Geordie down the Bigg Market in Februrary to realise how cold it is - so this is me telling you of the two new stories today here first.

As promised, a nic elong tale that is a sequel to a previosu entry, called A Girl in Every Port - and there are embedded links to the pictures that inspired the tale as well.

Also, the first in a new series of Noir tales by Mordaca called The Doppelganger Affair.

Enjoy,

KP

Wednesday, 9 June 2010

Some visitors dropped in

First of two updates this week - on Friday a new photo story, but for now enjoy these two.

The time is near to wrap up the story of The Salesman Comes, so it's appropriate that Madddogmk1 has returned with the next chapter, as the full scale of the operations of the gang is made clear.

Secondly - well, have a look at the picture to the left. It's by an artist over at DeviantArt called Dravuor, and provides the inspiration of a tale I had to call How Boring.

See you on Friday.

KP

Thursday, 3 June 2010

Dammit

You know how it is - every so often, events at work or home conspire to stop you getting done what you had planned. So it is this week - I have three stories nearly ready, but not ready enough to post up here, so this sadly has to be a skip week. My apologies to all.

Let me instead point you to a couple of seasonal tales you may have missed. For example, it's now June, and soon will by the summer solstice. I have something special lined up for that this year, but last year I offered the tale of Midsummer Bound.

The WABAC machine likes to spend time in long hot summers as well - try, for example, the second of the Seventies Bound series, or the tale of the Summer of Fear.

Summer, of course, means swimsuits, so here's a tale of swimsuits and American Beauty.

Do enjoy these, and I promise I'll be back next week with all new tales - including a possible and very special contribution.

KP

Wednesday, 2 June 2010

The Merry Merry Month of May!

So, as May passes out and June leaps in, how did the site fare last month?

Thanks mainly to the nominations for the Bondage Awards, and other things, we saw an increase in visits to 2,907 visits and 15,799 page hits from 1,375 people. On the awards – although we did not place in the top ten in either category, my thanks to those who may have voted in either best writer or best free site – your support was appreciated.

Said visitors came from 57 countries – and new this month seem to be Mexico, Bolivia, Slovenia and Luxembourg. Welcome to you all and the new visitors from Australia and India as well! Just as a passing comment, when I look at the US map on my tracking software, there are six states that I got no visit from – South Dakota, Hawaii, Alaska, Nebraska, Wyoming and Montana. A site like this, I would have thought my problems may be in the “Bible Belt”, but places like Louisiana, Missouri and Alabama are the most popular...

Referrals from a lot of places, but as always the most intriguing to me are some of the search terms that point people to the stories – including this month...

Tickling lena armpits – The Bad Girls
Ladies securely gagged for complete silence – Bound with a View, Garage Sale
Leather knee length boots gagged – Moral Freedom, A Serving of Fear
True crime photographs of bound & gagged women burglary victims – As Real As In Fiction
Maid gagged contract rope – Audition
Girl kidnapped captive basement bound gagged – The Sorority House Raid
Robbery tied gagged in girdle stockings – Danger: Dominique
3 handkerchief roll shove into her mouth gag – The Faithful Bloody Maria
Aunt Mary’s black nylons – Jury Service
Blindfolded gagged burglar story long hours ordeal – Occupational Hazards

As for the stories themselves – the ten that had the most hits were: -

She’s The One
Wedding Belles
A Family Affair
The Captive’s Real Trouble by Mordaca
How I Bagged A Cougar
The Phony Birthday Cake Girl by Mordaca
Queen of The May
Award Night
Garage Sale
Cat on the top

If you look at it in terms of how long people read the stories for, however, the top ten are: -

The Bad Girls by Mordaca
Occupational Hazard by Gillian B
China Dolls
The Faithful Bloody Maria by Mordaca
Big Dan Had An Idea by Mordaca
It’s Just A Game
Bad Deal by Mordaca
The Kidnappers that Weren’t by Mordaca
Flora MacKenzie and the Millennium Bug by Gillian B
A Little Coco at Bedtime by Gillian B

Which is nice.

More on Thursday hopefully.

KP

Thursday, 27 May 2010

Got time for a chat?

It's always nice to find time to talk with friends and fmaily, share experiences and work things out. For those in our tales this week, however, things could be different.

Take, for example, the three girls who face an Eurovision Nightmare - told in the same style as Olympic Commentary as a homage to Madddog. I'm sure they would have appreciated the chance to talk more lucidly.

Ot how about the tennis rivals and sisters who have to take an enforced Tiebreak - they have plenty of time to talk, but not to play their game.

The best thing of all, however, is when friends look out for friends, which is when you discover The Ties That Bind, according to Mordaca.

Enjoy - and to those who have voted in the recent poll, I do listen to the views.

KP

Update coming later...

I'm getting mildly frustrated with the fact I need to take longer than needed to upload stuff at the moment - but three new tales will be up by the end of today.

Friday, 21 May 2010

A Feline Feeling...

I think that sums up nicely what we have today for our new stories.



Firstly, and naturally, we have our very own Cat, who offers ot share soem fo the tales behind his more private collection in Cat On The Top.



Now then - what is a cougar if not a big pussycat? Yes, yes, I do knwo what the more modern meanign of the word is - and so does the kidnapper who describes How I Bagged A Cougar. This was a story request, and is something I don't usually do. Does it work? Only you can tell me...



Finally, cats like to roam round gardens, and what else do we find in gardens (especially in the UK) but garden gnomes. So whay is this particular group, includins Tombstone, Hunting Garden Gnomes At Night? Mordaca provides the answer.



Yeah, bad link for the last one - so sue me. I'll see y'all next week.



KP

Thursday, 20 May 2010

Boing, Boing

I've had a couple of messages from people who have had trouble accessing the site at times, particularly on a Wednesday evening. I've looked into it, and it looks like that is when the server the site sits on gets backed up or worked on. Unfortunatly, I don't get any warning of it, so I apologise for when it happens and ask for your patience.

In the meantime, I'm cleaning out the litter box for tomorrow's new postings - and that's a clue to who may be in the stories...

Tuesday, 18 May 2010

Update Friday this week

I'm in the North West of England for a few days on business, and haven't had time to get the update together for tomorrow. Apologies, but I'll have something on Friday.

Wednesday, 12 May 2010

How thoughtless of me

I forgot that it was Mother's Day last Sunday in the US. Had I remembered, then I would have directed you to the Relative Perils, Reflections and Family of Crime collections for suitable stories of mothers and their daughters.

As it is, I need to make it up for you, so how about an all new tale of the Family of Crime called A Family Affair?

I'm working on two or three big stories for the moment, so in the meantime please accept this short Reflection on the subject of Relief.

Finally, Mordaca invites you to hear the tale of The Phony Birthday Cake Girl.

Next week I'm busy at a conference, so I'm not sure when the update will be. Keep coming back to see when I get a chance to do it.

KP

Wednesday, 5 May 2010

Dancing with the stars

For this week, three tales involving stars in one way or another.

For example, the three maidens fair in our first tale spend a night (or part of one) under the stars in Queen of the May.

Then we have two stars of our requests and contributed stories - Dottie and Ginger Cavanaugh - meeting in the tale of the Wedding Belles. This, however, is not their first meeting - that is a tale for another day.

Finally, Mordaca offers the tale of one woman's weekend with a former rock star in The "Captive"'s Real Trouble.

More next week - and remember, like the General Election in the UK tomorrow, your vote in the Bondage Awards 2010 counts.

KP

Tuesday, 4 May 2010

May the Fourth be with you...

Sorry - seems to be a standard of awful joke at this time of year...

Anyway, here we are with the review of how the site functioned in April. Old timers will switch off now, but new readers may enjoy seeing how the site has been linked to and viewed last month.

We had 2,132 visits by 1,100 distinct visitors, with a total of 10,105 page views – up slightly again on March. For whatever reason, apart from the usual visitors from the US, UK, Germany, Brazil and denmark, we had a few new visitors from the likes of India, Australia, Poland, Croatia, Ukraine, South Korea and from the Cayman Islands to the Falkland Islands. Quite a spread there - and I still wonder just how much we are seen in China, given we have a lot of visitors but only one hit each.

Lot of referrals from the blog (naturally), Yahoo groups (especially Freddie’s Tales), and a big welcome to everyone who has come here from the Bondage Awards links – I hope you voted for your favourites.

As always, a whole slew of – interesting – search terms have led people here. For example...

she tied the nurse up in her underwear after stealing her uniform – She’s The One
use these hermes scarves to gag her with – Award Night
handgagged girls with face towel – Danger: Dominique!
accumulated flotsam – Underground in Austria
as soon as openend the door knew something was wrong cooking – Off The Record, Generations
bounded and gagged housemaid in long dress and apron – Mole Quest
he unbuttoned her waistcoat – Wiccan Woes, Seventies Bound
The lower part of her face was covered by tightly knotted scarves, scarf gag – Special Request
Woman associated with ropes in the garage – Garage Sale
Dominique at jenny’s feet - Audition

Finally, the most popular stories have been from all sections, including an appreciation for the return of Queenie’s stories by Gillian B. As for those looked at for the longest they are:-

Home Sweet Home by Gillian B
Independance Day
Queenie and the Boxer by Gillian B
Apr├Ęs Skein
Stone Cold Certainty
Mirror of the Soul
A meeting of the minds
Christmas and The Cat
The Perfect Housemate
Le Bal Masque

So, this month - new stories for the seasonal holidays, a special meeting of two popular characters, the Family of Crime will strike again, and whatever else comes either to thsi feverish mind or else to my inbox. Thanks for your continued support.

KP