Thursday, 29 December 2011

And the results are

When I tot up the votes cast both here and at my DeviantArt page, the story you consider to be the best written in 2011 by me is...

A tie between Late Withdrawal and Private Cheers.  Well, I can live with a tie, and while I'm still surprised at some of the tales that did not get nominated I respect your choices.

Now, what guest story did you enjoy the most, hmm?

Thursday, 22 December 2011

If you will allow me...

I'd like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas, a happy and peaceful New Year, and my very best wishes to one and all.

Two stories for you - firstly, a tale of various home invasions, but what have they all to do with Pebbles?  All is revealed inside...

Secondly, please welcome to KP Presents Amanda Lu, with a short tale called My Spoiled Birthday.  I hope to hear more from this author in the months to come.

Which gives me the Chance to thank here Doctor George, Tull, GaggedJenny, Jim from Michigan, Golavus and all the other who have contributed stories during 2011.  These have consistently been popular, and this site would be a lesser place without each and every one of you.

KP Presents will be taking our usual short break for the festive season, and will return on Friday 6th January with new stories.  Until then, stay well, and remember a little of what you fancy is good for you, but a lot can only lead to trouble.


Wednesday, 21 December 2011

The Twelve Days of Christmas

On the first day of Christmas,
my masked man gave to me...
A diamond necklace for free!

On the second day of Christmas,
my masked man gave to me...
Two wrists all bound,
And a diamond necklace for free!

On the third day of Christmas,
my masked man gave to me...
Three taped mouths,
Two wrists all bound,
And a diamond necklace for free!

On the fourth day of Christmas,
my masked man gave to me...
Four trussed up girls,
Three taped mouths,
Two wrists all bound,
And a diamond necklace for free!

On the fifth day of Christmas,
my masked man gave to me...
Four trussed up girls,
Three taped mouths,
Two wrists all bound,
And a diamond necklace for free!

On the sixth day of Christmas,
my masked man gave to me...
Six rope ties holding,
Four trussed up girls,
Three taped mouths,
Two wrists all bound,
And a diamond necklace for free!

On the seventh day of Christmas,
my masked man gave to me...
Seven scarves a-stuffing,
Six rope ties holding,
Four trussed up girls,
Three taped mouths,
Two wrists all bound,
And a diamond necklace for free!

On the eighth day of Christmas,
my masked man gave to me...
Eight rope bras tightening,
Seven scarves a-stuffing,
Six rope ties holding,
Four trussed up girls,
Three taped mouths,
Two wrists all bound,
And a diamond necklace for free!

On the ninth day of Christmas,
my masked man gave to me...
Nine tape rolls tearing,
Eight rope bras tightening,
Seven scarves a-stuffing,
Six rope ties holding,
Four trussed up girls,
Three taped mouths,
Two wrists all bound,
And a diamond necklace for free!

On the tenth day of Christmas,
my masked man gave to me...
Ten alarm bells ringing,
Nine tape rolls tearing,
Eight rope bras tightening,
Seven scarves a-stuffing,
Six rope ties holding,
Four trussed up girls,
Three taped mouths,
Two wrists all bound,
And a diamond necklace for free!

On the eleventh day of Christmas,
my masked man gave to me...
Eleven maidens squirming,
Ten alarm bells ringing,
Nine tape rolls tearing,
Eight rope bras tightening,
Seven scarves a-stuffing,
Six rope ties holding,
Four trussed up girls,
Three taped mouths,
Two wrists all bound,
And a diamond necklace for free!

Sunday, 18 December 2011

All right...

When you run a site like this, and write stories such as the ones here, you do on occasion walk a fine line.  Sooner or later, I was going to cross that line, and last week for a few hours I appear to have done so.  Once I realised the problem, I fixed it, but I want to apologise now for any offence caused.

Having said that, I hope you will enjoy the two tales here now.  First up is a new Chase File story, relating the tale of a small town bank manager who has an unwanted visitor on the local holiday known as Pumpkin Day.  As usual, we have accompanying photos, and as always with Chase be advised it is most definitely for adults only.

Second up, and on a completely different scale, welcome back Heidi and her family.friends in the tale of Heidi's Smashing Saturday.

Join us on Thursday for a pre-Christmas update.


Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Christmas is coming

So we're going to have three updates in the next week or so - one now, one Monday and one next Thursday. After that, and I'm giving fair warning, KP Presents will take its annual Christmas break and return with new stories in 2012.

So today - I got a request from Davey of Davey's stories to write a story involving a quartet of girls, and two science teachers, to be Seized from School and taken to a far land. Davey has given a lot of input into this tale, and I hope you like it.

Oh - and for those who liked Cruise to Terror, see if you can find the Easter Egg.

Easter Eggs at Christmas? This is a time of year for snow, for carols, for shouting It's CHRISTMAS!!! Mind you, in the Holiday Hostages tale set in 1973, the four staff members at Clydeside Bank may not have much to shout about...

And talking of the WABAC Machine - we pay a welcome visit to Bartholomew Judas Rhymaes and his gentleman's gentleman, Jayes, as they consider the strange case of Jayes and the Mummy Problem. Some very special guest stars here as well....

Coming Monday, God willing - Heidi and a new Chase File...


Monday, 12 December 2011

Vote now

for your favourite story by me this year, based on nominations and hits during the calendar months.

You have two weeks, and then I will open the poll for best contributed story...

Friday, 9 December 2011

Ladies at Leisure

always seem to end up in peril around here. Take, for example. three ladies named Amy, Ann and Barb. You may recognise them from the tales of The Whisperer, but one night they decided to get together for A Quiet Dinner to talk about their experiences. As you will see, however, things do not go according to plan...

The Festive season is upon us, so many of us are quite naturally involved in Wrapping Things Up - presents, gifts, and for these two men four housemates...

Finally, in a new tale from JennyGagged we learn the truth behind the activities of The School Photographer.

Oh - why not enjoy one of my early tales of December, called The Christmas Fairy.

Next week, god willing - schoolgirls in trouble, a bank robbery and Jayes...

Monday, 5 December 2011

Another month passed

Well, it would appear we got back on track in November, with 7,096 visits to view 33,465 pages by 4,001 people – another 10% increase on the previous month. If you visited for the first time last month, welcome, and I hope you stick around.

We had global visitors, as always, from Trinidad and Tobago to Chile, and from Azerbaijan to Iceland. Still nobody from my home town, or from Montana in the Us, but a very gratifying increase from Canada.

Now, as always, the search terms proved most – illuminating. See what you think...

Stories of women being bound and gagged by masked women robbers – Turning The Tables

Gagged denim jacket “buttoned up” – Lunch with George

WPC gagged with her panties – The Thrice-Captured Constable

Boss handkerchief gagged – No More Lies

She sighed and put her feet together so I could tie them – Hotter than my Daughter

“head away” “smelly cloth” – The Kidnapped Sheriff Affair

Ashlee Audrey tied up – A Friendly Wager

Bound gagged microskirt – Racing Collection

Kidnapped by older woman in leather – Mother’s Day

Raped pantyhose “get on your knees” – DIY

Sister gagged bound captured – The Dumb Goons

Wetsuit babes in peril – The Captive’s Real Trouble

Now then, in terms of number of times the page was viewed, the top stories in November were:-

Midnight Caller

Forced to Play The Game by Rayron D’Olier

The Felony at Flitwick Hall by Tull

No Witnesses by JennyGagged

The Five Marys

Remember Them by KP and Doctor George

Black Friday

Interview to a Kidnapping

Sara’s Internship by Golavus

In Dad’s Footsteps

The St Monica’s Ladies Day Out

The St Monica’s Ladies Circle.

As always, however, if we look at average time spent on the page the results are slightly different...

The Return Home

Seventies Bound 6

Appraisal part 2

The Rare Stamp

Moving Day

Party Politics

Interview to a Kidnapping

Ladies in Red

Heidi and the Halloween Party

Remember Them

Bad Deal by Mordaca

Home From The Mall

So, this month – just wait and see...


Friday, 2 December 2011

Guest Week

You have to imagine I'm typing this with a rasp that sounds like a metal file running over a rusty nail - that's what I sound like while I fight off a viral infection in my throat,

Anyway, here are the two tales I promised this week. From Doctor George, we have the tale of the night Soo stayed at Coco's house in a snowstorm, and how having Welsh Rarebit affected her. It proves an enlightening experience...

Also, from Tull, the story of Kidnapped Rita Meter Maid - a sequel to No Parking, and a good ripping yarn.

Hopefully, I'll be back to normal next week. Until then, however, I'm after your nominations for the best story to appear at KP Presents in 2011 - by myself and by the other authors. You can add the nominations as comments to this, or send them to me at - either way, let me have them and we will put them to the public vote.


Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Bondage Channel Kowasky

A few people have written to me and asked if I know what has happened to this popular site. All I know is this - my browser is blocking the site and saying it has been infected by some sort of malware.

That has happened to this site before so (a) I suspect Kowasky knows, and (b) it may be a difficult thing to fix. When they hit me, I had to delete the infected page and reload it, but my site is ridiculously simple - his is not.

If I hear more, I'll post here. For now, I can only pray it can be fixed quickly.

Friday, 25 November 2011

If A Picture Paints A Thousand Words

then imagine what pictures these two paint in your mind.

For example, this is Mrs Patricia Roung, sitting down in a rather tatty chair for what she believes is an interview for a more senior position at the bank she works at. Unfortunately for her, but not necessarily for us, she is actually attending an Interview For A Kidnapping, in the latest tale in the Chase Files. As always, we have links in the text for more photos that continue the story...

On the other hand, many of you may recognise the photo on the right. This is a real classic, but I discovered recently the photographer now concentrates on 3D rendering, and is known in the DeviantArt community as Detstyle. He recently put this and three other photos up on his page, just as I was plotting out a little tale for the day after Thanksgiving. With his kind permission, I took those photos and used them for inspiration for a tale that just had to be called Black Friday.

For my third story today - well, I heard a certain song on the radio last week, and it just would not get out of my head, as it inspired the tale of one woman who said in her story And Then He Kissed Me.

One more tale I want you to be pointed to today - No Parking. Why? Because next week we will have the sequel, penned by Tull, as well as a new and rather different tale of Coco and Soo, and maybe something from me.

Until then, I remain,


Thursday, 17 November 2011

Finally, for this week.

Please join me in welcoming back Tull, who has provided two new stories for the site. The first appears today, as he tells the tale of The Felony at Flintwick Hall. The second - coming soon...

I also have a tale of The Five Marys for you, as five women are kidnapped for some reason. Why? Read the tale and find out.

Finally, as it is Thanksgiving next week, I draw your attention to a seasonal tale called Thanksgiving Turkey from the archives.

Normal service, or what passes for it around here, will be resumed next Friday.


Monday, 14 November 2011

Favourite Stories

I have been neglectful in posting here that you selected, with the help of friends over at DeviantArt, Case X as your favourite Madame X story and two favourite Gentlemen Robber stories - Like Mother, Like Daughter and The St Monica's Ladies Circle. Thank you for that - now help me pick a China Dolls story for my big project.

In return, you can read the next part of Project: Dottie - one more part to go on this, I think, and then the next time you see Dottie it will be with a very special guest star...

Also, I offer for your consideration a short Relative Perils story called The Warmdown - you will see why when you read it.

Back Thursday with a couple more stories.


Thursday, 10 November 2011

A Special Announcement

Today, I offer one new story, but it is both timely and long planned. Allow me to explain.

Popular to some belief, KP Presents does plan out a schedule of stories. Back in January, for example, Doctor George and I discussed the stories that have appeared around Soo and Coco, and how they could fit in with other plans I had, including an idea I had for a story with Ginger Cavanuagh. At this point, a light bulb went off in both our heads.

From that point, and the realisation of when Armistice Day was. we planned and prepared, and the result is the story you read today, called Remember Them. It's a co-effort by myself and Doctor George, with input from Ed Overton, and is a slightly different tale from the norm with a message for all of us. I offer it as a smal tirbute to those who paid the supreme sacrifice.

Why today? Because we do need to remember and pay tribute. I'm an Army Brat, whose father saw service in the European theatre of war, including going over on D-Day+1, Arnhem and liberating a camp of some small infamy. Other members of my family have served their country, and although for good reasons I chose not to I still honour them and all others who have seen war for our freedoms.

At the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of the 11th year, take two minutes and pay silent tribute.

Next update Monday, Thank you for listening


Friday, 4 November 2011

The Midnight Caller

It happens once in a while, but this is one of those days in KP Presents, as we open up a new wing for stories. This one actually arose out of working on the latest Chase Files story, which introduces a man known as The Midnight Caller. What it does is open up the potential for a series of stories, set in the past or present, featuring him visiting a lady of choice.

With that in mind, read the story, especially the form he uses, and if you want to suggest a possible candidate for a visit let me know. His preference is for mature women in a stable relationship, who dress well and have a good background. You will get the idea from the story - let's see if any ideas come forward.

What else do we have today? A couple of years ago, I wrote the story of the day The Gentlemen Robbers encountered The St Monica's Ladies Circle. Today we offer a sequel to this tale, called The St Monica's Ladies Day Out - a day I'm sure they will remember for some time to come.

We also return, after a break to the story of Portrait of a Lady, as Madame X gets her revenge on Master.

Finally, welcome back please Golavus with a new tale of Sara Phillips, entitled Sara's Internship.

I leave you with two words that will be explained next week - Remember Them.


Tuesday, 1 November 2011

The nights are drawing in...

The clocks went back in the UK this week, and suddenly it feels as if Autumn is here and Winter is just around the corner. Even as I type this, however, I’m aware of what has happened on the Eastern seaboard in the US – not a nice thing at all.

So October has been and gone – what happened at KP Presents this month? Well, we had 6,627 visits from 3,845 visitors – an increase on September of just over 2%. Not to be sniffed at, that. Those visitors viewed a total of 31,852 pages, and I hope they all found something to amuse them on at least one of the pages.

So where did they all come from? As always, a plethora of countries, but a special shout out to New Caledonia, French Polynesia, Luxembourg, Japan, Ghana and the incredibly popular “Not Known as the tracking software can’t find out.” Looking at the UK, still no closer to my home town (hint – at least two of my stories make direct reference to it), while in the US we got every state except Alaska, Wyoming and – South Dakota. If I was a vulnerable person, I’d begin to worry they did not like me there...

As usual, the referring sites threw up an interesting mix, although I’d still love to know how I get referred to from financial sites. Ah, but what of the search terms? Let’s look at some of my favourites this month and where they led...

The ropes pulled up her skirt and pressed against her pantyhose – In Dad’s Footsteps

Denise scarf bound – Abigail’s Secret

Mmmppphh – Sorority Rites part 2

Gagged by kidnapper – Forced to Play The Game

Handgagged mom daughter – Sunday Best

Stocking masked woman – Ladies in Red

Both legs pushed into one leg of the tights – Moving Day

Bound gagged grunt – Danger: Dominique!

Lying hands tied behind gagged with her own panties – The Drama Queen Takes A Detour

Remove+bra+robbery – No Witnesses

Shop bound gagged tricked – McKenzie and Marks in Underground in Austria, Chapter 10

Young girls screaming into her gag struggling – Bouncing Baby

So, to the final countdown – and in terms of page hits, the top 12 stories this month are: -

  1. Ball Tied
  2. Private Cheers
  3. Appraisal Part 1
  4. Wedding Day Blues
  5. Indecent Proposal Chapter 5
  6. Going Solo by Doctor George
  7. A House Haunted by Cops by Mordaca
  8. Brat Camp 2 by JennyGagged
  9. Hunting for the SNARK
  10. Perils of Snooping by Rayron D’Olier
  11. Cat on the Prowl
  12. Tales from a Small Town part 1

If we look at time spent on the page, however, the top stories are...

  1. Rough Diamond part 3 by Gillian B
  2. St George’s Day
  3. Incidents After a Way Too Successful Job by Mordaca
  4. The Black Wolf’s Land Excuse by Mordaca
  5. Elder Cats
  6. Queenie and the Boxer part 2 by Gillian B
  7. Indecent Proposal part 2
  8. Rude Awakening by Mordaca
  9. The Inconvenient Witness by Mordaca
  10. Jayes and the Masked Marvel
  11. Flora MacKenzie to the Rescue by Gillian B
  12. The Ties That Bind by Mordaca

So what to expect this month? More from Chase and Dottie... A very special tale from Doctor George and myself... We return to Portrait of a Lady... the St Monica’s Ladies Circle face another unexpected crisis... and the usual nonsense. Stay tuned until then - and I'll add the links to the stories identifed by search terms later...


Thursday, 27 October 2011

Tis the season to be spooky

I've never quite understood why we in the UK have bought into the American approach to Halloween - Personally, I prefer the Great Pumpkin, but there you go. As it is the time of year, however, a couple of appropriate tales are in order.

First, and as long promised, we present Changelings, a sequel to the story of two years ago as Veronica visits a local Lady of the manor, and discovers others have had similar experiences to her - including some surprising people.

Secondly, how about a tale of a girl, tied to a chair, waiting for the kids to come and see her, when the smell of Magnolia fills the air.

Finally for new tales, a decidedly non-Halloween tale, unless you count the fact the Parker Girls are dressing up as in theme. If so, then part 2 of Appraisal is for you.

Do feel free to look for other seasonal tales at the site, but this is all from em for now, so until next week, I remain


Friday, 21 October 2011

I have a couple of short tales and a longer contribution for you today. Oh, the lady on the left? She need not concern you right now - come back next week to see how she is involved in Changelings...

First up, we make a long overdue trip into the Sporting Life arena, with a tale called Ball Tied.

Then we find The Whisperer calling in at a very happy occasion - for some, in a story called Wedding Day Blues.

Finally, JennyGagged offers a sequel to a tale first published here a year ago, called Brat Camp II

For another old seasonal story, may I suggest a small Ghost Story?

Next week - tales of ghosts, spirits and dark nights. You have been warned...


Friday, 14 October 2011

Soo's Education continues

and reaches a crucial stage as she prepares for Going Solo, in the latest tale from Doctor George. Consider this the first of our Halloween themed stories, folks.

Now, on DeviantArt I was asked by Keldo to write a story of Cheerleaders in peril. The result was Private Cheers, which you can read here.

Elsewhere, the Parker Girls have been busy, facing an Appraisal - part 1 today, part 2 to come.

Check out the links section for a few new links to story sites you might like.

Finally, another glimpse of what may appear in the sequel to Changeling, as we re-visit another tale called NightWatch.

More next week,


Saturday, 8 October 2011

I need to thank Captain Kidnap

He alerted me to the fact that one of the oldest.most respected Bondage Stories site on the web is making a gradual comeback.

Which one?  Tried and True Tales, lovingly being restored by Gromet of Gromet's Plaza.  He has a lot still to bring back, but it's good to see Mason's work returning.  Drop by and pay them a visit.

Friday, 7 October 2011

For Susan, the weekend is almost over

As we present the final part of Indecent Proposal. Hopefully, you have enjoyed this longer tale, but for those who prefer the single stories from the Chase Files we have three in preparation at this moment in time, so hold fast.

As promised, we also have a new tale from Mordaca, as he explains why there is A House Haunted By Cops.

Finally for the new stories, we have some more memories from John Jacobs as he remembers being a Cat On The Prowl.

Halloween is coming soon, and so are some stories for the season. As promised, a sequel to Changeling is on the way, in which this photo on the left will play a part. For now, try one of my earlier seasonal tales with three quiet ladies, called Wiccan Woes.

Finally, I've added a new link to the Stories section of the Links page, to a blog called David's Tales. Enjoy.

More next week.


Monday, 3 October 2011

Now that the decorators have gone...

I decided it was time the blog got a bit of a facelift – let me know what you think.

Anyway, September has now been and gone, with a slight drop in the number of visits – 6,292 visits by 3,633 people, viewing 30,884 pages. I don’t mind a little drop, but I think the time is right to try the “tell a friend” campaign. I challenge each and every one of you reading this to tell a friend about the site, and invite them to drop by. I’ll try and make them welcome.

What is encouraging is 50% were “new” visitors – from countries such as Colombia, Ghana, Japan and Singapore. What’s interesting when I look at the UK visitors is that we are getting closer and closer still to my own home town – in fact, the closest place is only three miles away! One day, I will see that name, and then the fun may begin. Meanwhile, in the US only South Dakota (again!) and Wyoming prove immutable to our small offerings...

The referring sites prove interesting as always - particularly the Indian based financial advice site which somehow pointed here. At any rate, amongst the choice search terms this month were such diverse offerings as: -

Slave caravan collar – Slave Caravan

The two women were stripped and tied back to back in their bras and panties – Hunting for the SNARK

Bank staff bound and gagged by robbers – Early Opening

He undone the WPC’s blouse – A Walk In The Park

Double ball gag usage – Hippie Chix

“jacket” “over her bound arms” – A Debt Repaid and A War Declared

Coc Colette “rubber gloves” – Daylight Robbery

Kpp presents hairdresser – The Seven Stages of Highly Effective Robbery

Removing her heels – Dottie’s Arabian Nightmare

Schoolgirls tied up in robberies – A Week of Living Dangerously

Tied helpless her touch – Perils of Snooping

Tied wrists crossed videos - Mythbusters

So, what was the most popular story in September? Well in terms of total hits, we have...

  1. Heidi and Mother’s Day
  2. Marching to A Different Drum
  3. The Bank Manager’s Wife
  4. When a Hero Comes Along
  5. The Step Mum From Hell by Jenny Gagged
  6. Cruise to Terror
  7. Indecent Proposal Chapter 4
  8. Project: Dottie Chapter 2
  9. No Witnesses by JennyGagged
  10. A Wellness Day by Rayron D’Olier
  11. Fat Chance by Doctor George
  12. No More Lies

As always, however, the time spent on the page on average tells a different story...

  1. Elder Cats
  2. Stone Cold Certainty
  3. A Walk in The Park by Tull
  4. Bastille Day
  5. A Small Delay in Our Plans For The Weekend by Mordaca
  6. A Friendly Rivalry by Rayron D’Olier
  7. Flora MacKenzie to The Rescue by GillianB
  8. Cupid and The Cat
  9. Heidi and the Halloween Party
  10. The Swimming Pool by Mordaca

I add one codicil to this – visitors from China did translate a few pages, such as The Ladies in Black, Hardball or Saturday Morning Sparkle. These need to be considered separately, as the translation takes some time.

So, October, which can mean only one thing – Ghost Stories. You can look forward to the return of the Changeling, the next stage in Soo’s training, what happened when Barty Rhymaes and Jayes visited Alexandria, as well as other tales both seasonal and none – including the final part of Indecent Proposal.

Good Reading.