Thursday, 29 April 2010

Reading between the lines

All right then - this week, we present a rather unusual tale of Madame X, as she seeks to ask the view of prospective parliamentary candidates in her constituency in a tale called Party Politics.

Also, the WABAC machine has been pulling double duty. Firstly, in response to an anonymous request we have a tale of what happens when a traffic warden sees a van parked where there is No Parking allowed.

Secondly, for Mordaca it went back to the Wild West with the tale of The Silver Mine.

More next week.


A word of welcome

Before I get down to the business of this week's update, I'd like to take time out to welcome those who have come to the site for the first time, especially those who have popped in to see if it is worth voting for the site in the Bondage Awards. In case you hadn't guessed, I'm KP and I'm responsible both for maintaining the site and a large proportion of the stories here. Maybe not the best stories, but certainly the majority of them.

Hopefully, we have something here to suit all tastes, arranged in what is some semblance of order. Roughly, the stories split up into..

1) Those featuring my own original characters - Madame X, The Gentlemen Robbers, The China Doll Gang, Objects of Desire, The Family of Crime, The Cat and the recently completed George's Journey fit that setting.

2) Those that have a thematic link. For example, Tales from the WABAC Machine are the historical stories, while Holiday Hostages and Relative Perils speak for themselves. One I particularly enjoy doing are the Reflections series - monologues with a difference.

3) The others - Multiple Maidens for those tales with a few women in peril, On My Own for the singular case, while Readers Requests are stories based on ideas sent to me.

We also, of course, have stories by other writers - most notably the collected stories of Gillian B, but also tales from Mordaca, Ed Overton and others.

Some of the stories also have embedded links to accompanying photos - one thing I do is to take a set of photos sent in by people and create a story round them.

This is hopefully a place to stop and relax - and your comments, suggestions and story ideas are always welcome. Just send an e-mail to the address on the front page, or else add a comment here. I'm a big boy - I can take it.

Now, whee did I put that latest batch of stories?


Monday, 26 April 2010

A couple of quick announcements

I've been laid out with a throat infection for a few days - not desperately ill, but coughing enough for people to think I'm a heavy smoker. As a result, it'll be the end of the week before the update - hopefully, it will be worth it.

Secondly, voting is now open on the second stage of the 2010 Bondage Awards - and I note with a mixture of surprise and humility that KP Presents had been nominated for Best Free Website, and myself for Best Writer. Personally, I'd like to have seen Mordaca or Ed up there, but thank you whoever put me forward - and go and cast your votes. A number of the sites I link to, such as Red's Pages, Hiro and LOZ, have also been nominated, so please consider them and us in your voting.

I'll see y'all at the end of the week.


Tuesday, 20 April 2010

Two years in the making

Actually, twenty seven months, but who's counting?

It was January 2008 when I first put up Morning Caller, the first part of what became George's Journey, and now we present the final stage of George Simpson's travels. I hope you have enjoyed the trip with us, and lead you to the tale of what happened on and before St George's Day.

Will we see George again? Only time will tell...

Meanwhile, thanks to a discussion elsewhere, the WABAC machine has gone back to the decade of bad fashion with a tale of Plaid Piracy.

Finally, join Mordaca as he reveals what was The Real Prize of the Raid.

I'd like to remind you that voting opens on Sunday for the next stage of the Bondage Awards 2010 - like a real election, if you don't vote you can't complain if someone wins you don't like.



Wednesday, 14 April 2010

Well, well, well

We still have a few hours ot run on our poll, but (as I had suspected) those of you who have voted have shown your appreciation for the return of the stories by Gillian B.

Well, it is indeed a case of serendipity that I received from her family a little file earlier in the week. When we restored the Flora MacKenzie stories, the comment I received most was "What about Queenie?"

Well, the answer is right here, as KP Presents brings you the complete Adventures of Queenie Holkham, following her from her time with a young Flora as she meets Harry Houdini, amongst others.

As always, these appear here with the kind permission of Gillian;s family, and I thank them for the privilege of been able to restore these fine collections to the readers out there.

As for me - nothing new from me this week, but that's only because I have two tales in the process of finishing up for next week - one based on a recent discussion elsewhere about seventies fashion, and the other the finale of George's Journey. Join me next week for them.


Monday, 12 April 2010

For those who have asked...

Queenie will be arriving on Wednesday.

Wednesday, 7 April 2010


Work commitments tomorrow mean I have to load up the new stories today - a little earlier than planned, but I hope you don't mind.

Firstly, a tale of The Gentlemen Robbers as they decide to prolong their visit to an area by dropping in on the next door neighbour of their victims. An unusual move on their part - but an unfortunate one, as (with the esteemed help of Doctor George) they discover their neighbour is more than just someone called Colette Aldington, and that they have a bad case of Crossed Wires.

Secondly, an illustrated tale of a game played out one Saturday morning - a serious game of Hide and Seek.

Finally, we offer the latest instalment of The Salesman Comes - and the modus operandi of this gang is about to be uncovered...

More (hopefully) next week.


Monday, 5 April 2010

Number Crunching

First, a public service announcement. Nominations are now open for the 2010 Bondage Awards - you can find all the details at This year the rules have changed slightly, including a new nominating process and voting system, so read carefully and then be sure to make your nominations.

Loathe as I am to blow my own trumpet, if a vote for this site for Best Writer made it;s way in, I would not be upset.

Now, let's look at the numbers for March 2010.

We had over 2 thousand hits from 1,010 visitors, of whom 400 or so were new. To all of you, welcome - we're glad you found us. Interesting countries visiting for the first time included South Africa, Burma, the UAE, Latvia and the Palestinian Territories.

Good to see referrals from the usual suspects, but there were a lot of e-mail referrals this time - possibly from posts made in a couple of Yahoo groups. As for the search engines - well, here's my selection from this month's search terms...

opera gloves tied behind back (on Google Images?) - Family Legends
"more rope" "incredibly tight hogtie" - Match Tied
she interlocked her ankles around her daughter's neck - Like Mother, Like Daughter
"rolled it up" (gag or gagged) tied (bandana or bandanna or bandanas or bandannas) - Reunion
gagged with long white scarf - The Cat Drops In amongst others
rope tied chair miniskirt panties bra gag - She's The One
women in slips bound and gagged with own panties - On The Way To Be Sold

As for the popular stories - the tales of La Ciocolatta are popular, but this month I'd like to share the stories people have spent most time on. In order, we have: -

Lessons in Revenge
George's Four Way Caper
After Hours
Like Mother, Like Daughter
The Chocolate Cat
The Black Wolf Plot
Some Day Their Prince Will Come
A Helping Hand
Rough Diamonds Part 2
Diamond Lights
Waiting For Father
That Cat's Pyjamas
Back on Track
Jury Service
Return Visit

As always, thank you all for visiting and joining us - I look forward to seeing you again this month.