Friday, 30 November 2012

Christmas is coming

and I am a little behind on story writing, so this week I have two new tales - ah, but what tales we weave.  I also have a couple of news items after.

First, the stories - and in An Education I offer the first part of Looking For A New England, as Heidi prepares to receive some friends for a week's holiday.  Two things - first, this Heidi is a little younger that the one in Heidi, if you catch my drift, so don't try to match the two up that much.  Second, there are hints here to other stories as yet untold - until An Education: Year 2 makes an appearance next year...

Secondly, welcome back Tull who has provided the second part of The McCulloch Legacy - and a very familiar WPC is left to guard the house...

Now, you have until the end of today (Friday) to make your vote at the Bondage Awards.  After that, the voting moves to past winners and professionals.  Will I win anything?  Unlikely.  Am I thankful for my support there?  Absolutely.

Secondly, on Monday I will give the review for November, and then start the annual vote for your favourite story in 2012.  As always, I will ask you to vote for your favourite story by me, and then by a contributing author, but this year I'm offering a third vote - The People's Choice.  So if you have a favourite story you want included, let me know by e-mail or a comment here.

More, God Willing, next week, but for now I am, as always,


Friday, 23 November 2012

Something different

Now, this week, three stories that are - a little different.

Take for example While Heidi's Away, the story of how her family and friends spent a week of their summer vacation.  It's taken a while, but  Part 3 is now available for your perusal as Sue works her magic, and the girls take their revenge...

We also have a new tale from Amanda Lu, a short tale with A Quick End.

Finally, something a bit unusual, a tale called simply Come.  I really do not know what you are going to make of this one, so your comments are especially welcomed.

As it was Thanksgiving yesterday, let me point you to a family tale of Thanksgiving Turkey, and also a tale from last year to celebrate Black Friday.

More, God willing, next year but for now I remain,


Thursday, 22 November 2012

Quick warning

The update this week will be later tomorrow.  In the meantime to my friends in the US of A - HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

Friday, 16 November 2012

Welcome back

I've been slowly trying to catch up with some requests this week, so I hope you enjoy what we have today.

First, over a year ago I posted a story called Weekend at Paulette's which proved surprisingly popular.  It's taken a while, but we finally have a sequel for you, called Where The Girls Are.  Bonus no-points if you get the reference...

I also had a request from a reader in India, asking if I could do a story about a mother and daughters in peril in their home country.  The result is a tale called Delhi Danger.

Finally, we have a new contributor to the site, but many of you will be familiar with his tales on some of the Dreambooks - Madddog joins our list with a tale called For Your Consideration.

Next week, god willing - a new and rather different Heidi tale, and it is Thanksgiving - you have been warned.

Until then, I remain,


Friday, 9 November 2012


Long time readers will be aware that, at this time every year, I invite you on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month to pause for two minutes, and pay honour to those who gave the supreme sacrifice, so that we could have the freedoms we all enjoy today.  As we saw this year the last few survivors of the Great War pass away, and those who served in World War Two grow ever fewer, I wish to pay tribute to them, and those who continue to serve their country, where ever they are.

Last year we presented a very special story to mark the occasion, called Remember Them, and I make no apologies for pointing you in that direction again.

I also would recommend to you two stories, one set in Wartime Scotland called Over The Sea, and a second called The Return Home, both to honour the role played by women in the conflict.  It's also a good time to mention I'm starting to pull together a collection of WABAC machine tales for an eBook, so if you have any favourites, you know what to do.

I also have one new story, a little late for Guy Fawkes Night, but it does mark the return of the women in grey and white on a Bright Night.

Next week, God willing, a very special request story.  Until then, pay homage, and I remain,


Wednesday, 7 November 2012

Thank you

if you have voted for me, or something on this site, at the Bondage Awards.  If you haven't, and want to, my nominations can now be seen at a profile page here,

And if you just want to vote anyway, then click below.

Vote for Us!

Friday, 2 November 2012

Back to normal

from today, with a new tale from me and the return of Tull.

First of all, Tull would like to tell you the first part of the story of The McCulloch Legacy - where a death leads to a group been held hostage very much against their will...

Then, from me, the return of Bartholomew Judas Rhymaes, Bart., and his man Jayes in the story of Jayes and The Proposal.

Halloween, of course, has been and gone, but Firework Night is coming, so relive a past tale of Lucinda and Tara in Remember, Remember.

And next week, God willing, we will find out how three white faced women spent that night this year.  Until then, I remain,


Thursday, 1 November 2012

OctoberFest - The Roundup

Well, it was an idea, but I don’t think I’ll try anything like OctoberFest for some time - not without better forward planning anyway.  But how did the month pass?

Well, we saw an increase in traffic, with 9,976 visits by 5,743 people, viewing a total of 33,562 pages.  Looking at the demographics, a big “Hello” this month to you if you come from Guam, Bahrain, Thailand, Portugal or India.  On home watch, still no-one from my home town, while in the US yet again Dakota seems to be immune to my charms.

Looking at referring sites, my welcome to all who have found us by looking at the nominations for the Bondage Awards - and if you have not voted yet, there’s still time.  There are also a lot finding their way here from Skybird’s blogs - welcome to you as well.

From the search terms this month, the following caught my eye: -

Ladies bound and gagged wearing wellies - Diamond Lights
The girl whimpered into the rubber gag in her mouth - Return to the Sorority House
Boarding-school; detention; caning; girls - Brat Camp
Gagged helpless mittens hobble - Sorority Rites Part 2
Harem slave western women kidnapped - Desert Dream
Helpless struggle in high heels - A Day at the Lake
Prescription for peril gagged - Prescription for Peril
She’s beautiful tied ankles - Just Relaxing
Tied and gagged hermes scarf - Bedtime Story

Anyway, on to the big hits of the month, and in terms of page hits the most popular stories were: -

  1. No Witnesses by JennyGagged
  2. A Bonding Experience
  3. Board Games
  4. Unexpected
  5. The Last Day of Summer
  6. The Thrice Bound Constable by Tull
  7. Surprise Visitor
  8. Costume Crime
  9. How Not To Spend A Saturday
  10. Babysitter in Trouble by JennyGagged
  11. Brat Camp by JennyGagged
  12. BondDay

In terms of time spent on the page on average, however, the results are: -

  1. No Parking
  2. Portrait of a Lady Chapter 8
  3. A Reason to Give Thanks
  4. Sara’s Internship by Golavus
  5. Miss Pringle by JennyGagged
  6. Home Sweet Home Chapter 3 by Gillian B
  7. Portrait of a Lady Chapter 4
  8. The Return Home
  9. The Heir Hunters by Tull
  10. Slumber Surprise
  11. The Cat’s Cuttings
  12. The Italian Job.

Join me again tomorrow, for the return of Jayes, and a brand new story from Tull.  Until then, I am as always