Wednesday, 30 March 2011


Sorry, folks, but it will have to be a skip week this week. Too busy to finalise new stuff. I´ll be here Friday with a review of what was hot and what was not last month.

Friday, 25 March 2011

The rough with the smooth

Good morning, campers. Today I offer three new and one old tale of differing styles and severity for your perusal and entertainment.

Many of you said nice things about the first tale of young Heidi, so for those who wish a nice gentle tale I offer the story of Heidi and the Halloween Party.

On the other hand, for those who like their tales on the, shall we say, stronger side, may I point you in the direction of the second part of Bargaining Chip, the latest entry to the Chase Files.

Finally, for those who are somewhat in the middle, we have a new tale from the WABAC Machine set in 1948, called The Return Home. While there, why not acknowledge the fact I read way too may war comics as a kid with the tale of Prisoners Of The Enemy.

KP Presents - we try to cater to all tastes...

Thursday, 17 March 2011

Happy St Patrick's Day!!

Yeah, we're early this week - I have work commitments tomorrow, and in a way it is appropriate to do this on a holiday.

For one thing, it allows me to share a new short story called The Irish In Her, as well as pointing you towards a tale called The Green Team.

We also have the next part in the story of The Netterton Jewels, as Coco and Soo take care of business with Agnes - and her granddaughter.

Finally, a new story from Tull as he relates the adventures of The Thrice-Bound Constable.

More next week.


Friday, 11 March 2011

The news from Japan

is as saddening to watch as it must have been terrifying to experience. I offer my thoughts and prayers for all those who have been affected by the events of the last 24 hours, be it the tremors or the tsunami, and hope that all my Japanese readers are safe and well.

I completely missed th enews of the Boxing Day tsunami - the first I heard about it was the next day - so it was a new experience for me to see this happening. Please remember the areas affected in your prayers, thoughts or meditations over the next few days.


Back in Business

Again, apologies for last week - real life is a bummer sometimes.

Anyway, let's start with the delayed story I had planned for Monday, called Late Withdrawal in the Chase Files. this is most definitely an adult story, so if you are offended by strong language or sexual scenes do not go there.

We also have a new collection of The Cat's Memoirs in Back to The Cat-Walk. In fact, let me point you to the story this is kinda sorta a sequel to, The Cat-Walk, as well.

Finally, from Mordaca we have a story called New Players In The Field, featuring Tombstone, The Duchess and some other guest stars.

More next week, including (hopefully) a new Reader's Request and the St Patricks Day tale.


Monday, 7 March 2011

A little diversion

The story I had hoped to get up today has been delayed, so instead I have a little interlude for you called The Dinner. This is actually an easter egg hunt, so listen carefully, I will say this only once.

The first person to correctly identify the stories that are referred to in this stroy gets a laurel wreath, a hearty handshake, and me writing a story exclusively fo rthem usign any characters or scenario they choose to tell me of. If you wish to take me up on this, post your answers as a comment to this.

Happy hunting.

Saturday, 5 March 2011

I need to ask a favour

If anyone out there has skills in making banners for links, could they drop me a line please? I've been asked a couple of times, but my knowledge of HTML does not extend to that.

Thursday, 3 March 2011

Mundo Apologies

I'm afraid I won't be able to do the usual update tomorrow - a combination of factors too mundane to go into means I have to do a skip week this week. With luck, I will have a story to load up on Monday, and we will be back on schedule next Friday.

On the other hand, a very happy birthday to Dottie - may you have a wonderful day.

Wednesday, 2 March 2011

First of all, a belated happy St David’s Day to one and all. We’re getting close to the spring now, so the flowers are starting to bloom, and the fashions are starting to change. More inspiration to people like me, I suppose.

Anyway, on to the review of the shortest month. Just shy of 18,500 page hits on 3,582 visits by 2,121 visitors, over half of whom seemed to be here for the first time. So welcome again, one and all, particularly those who looked in from Guam, Yemen, Jersey and Venezuela. If you are from South Dakota, Montana or Alaska we missed you last month.

I’m going to be adding a link back to the Bondage Awards site very soon, for those who like to take part and vote in them. In the meantime, welcome to all who have come from DamselTube and Yahoo groups – particular the Irvin Klaw tribute group that I recently joined.

So, what have the search engines found for us this month? Here’s a selection of the terms and results...

Ladies slacks tied gagged - FORE!!!

Girls hopping around in their bras - Doublecross

Neck scarf business woman gag - Ladies in Leather

Gagged “just be quiet” - Cath's Caff

Bosoms in rope - Queenie All at Sea by Gillian B

Gagged sister tape cleaning gloves - House Call

Her long legs were pulled back and bound to the rear chair legs - The Case History

Mmpphh scarf - Helping Hands by Ed Overton

Schoolgirl ankle socks ponytail - Schoolgirl Hostages by JennyGagged

Strapped to a chair wriggle - Forced To Play the Game by Rayron D'Olier

Tied up “my dear” chapter mini skirt - Garage Sale

Woman gagged with duct tape, hands taped, sleeveless top - The Cat Was Cool

So, what were the most popular stories this month? Well, in terms of hits, we have

  1. Hotter than my Daughter
  2. The Cleaners by SirDavidJ
  3. The Dating Game
  4. The St Valentine’s Day Kidnappings
  5. Bargaining Chip Chapter 1
  6. Return Visit by Doctor George
  7. MythBusters
  8. A Gentleman Calls...
  9. A Night to Remember
  10. Transactions by Mordaca

On the other hand, in terms of time actually reading the page, we have

  1. Manners Maketh The Man
  2. The Dancer and the DA’s night at the cemetery by Mordaca
  3. Jayes to the Rescue
  4. Over the Sea
  5. Wiccan Woes
  6. Quality Time
  7. Plaid Piracy
  8. Seventies Bound
  9. No Witnesses by JennyGagged
  10. Business as Usual

So, for this month – the WABAC machine goes to the 40’s... More Chase Files... Project:Dottie... Coco and Soo pay some visits... and other stuff that may appear.

Thank you for listening.